Who are we?
Richmond Wellbeing is a leading mental health service provider, working with individuals on their road to recovery. Richmond Wellbeing is looking toward the future, shaping our organisation to ensure we are ready for the changes the NDIS and individualised funding models will bring.
About the role!
We are currently seeking a qualified and experienced Specialist Support Coordinator (NDIS) to implement and coordinate individualised supports and services for clients with NDIS plans.
Your other main responsibilities include:
- Assist high and complex need clients to implement strategies to access supports and services including funded supports, community, mainstream and informal
- Negotiate solutions with multiple stakeholders to assist clients to build capacity and reliance.
- Resolve points of crisis for the client and ensure a consistent delivery of service during these times.
- Record and maintain NDIS client records.
- Undertake any required reporting requirements to NDIA.
- Ensure all NDIS services are provided with the appropriate NDIS legislation, guidelines and funding framework.
- Maintain regular, positive communication and a working relationship with all external stakeholders
Success will be tracked and measured in the following key areas:
- Ability to attract and retain the targeted population of NDIS customers.
- Customer satisfaction at least meeting specific standards.
- Service quality and performance outcomes being consistently achieved.
- Performance that meets financial and efficiency KPIs of Specialist Support Coordination
This position is full time.
Who are you?
You will possess the below key attributes:
- A tertiary qualification in one of the below disciplines:
- Occupational Therapy
- Social Work
- Speech Pathology
- Developmental education
- Social and /or health science
- Membership with a regulatory body relevant to the tertiary degree (e.g. AASW, AHPRA)
- Working Knowledge of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
- Demonstrated experience in mental health work and a sound understanding of psychosocial recovery within a human services context.
- Demonstrated problem solving skills and ability to link with a range community, funded and mainstream services.
- Ability to prioritise and manage your own workload.
- Excellent communication skills including written and interpersonal.
- Strongly demonstrated ability to plan, organise and manage one’s own workload.
- Ability to operate within organisational and legislative guidelines, procedures and policies.
Why Work for Richmond Wellbeing?
Besides providing high quality core training and attractive salary packaging options, we also offer:
- Employee Assistance Program
- Flexible and friendly team environment
- On-site employee parking