- Level 6 – SCHADS Award
- Job posted on: 22nd Aug 2022
- Applications close:
The South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability (SACID) works towards achieving a community in which people with intellectual disability are involved and accepted as equal participating members. We do this through consultation with stakeholders, advocating for an inclusive community, promoting the rights of people with intellectual disability and collaborating with like-minded organisations.
The Project Manager, Redress Support Service is primarily responsible for establishment and management of our Redress Support Service, ensuring that our service is accessible for people with intellectual disability and support provided is trauma informed and culturally appropriate. The Project Manager will work collaboratively with the Project Officer and external organisations to support people with intellectual disability to engage with the National Redress Scheme and work through the application process, linking them to necessary supports and services, and connecting them with opportunities to build their resilience.
The wellbeing of our staff is of great importance with the Project Manager playing a key role in ensuring the team have access to the supports they need and opportunities for professional development.
This will be a fixed term contract with an immediate start. The contract ends June 30, 2024.
For further information about the role please see the attached Position Description and summary of the projects this role will support in varying capacities.
The services provided at SACID mean that our employees working in client facing roles need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and will need to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination. If you’re unable to you are encouraged to have a confidential conversation with us about your situation.
To apply for this job please click the "Apply Now" button and follow the instructions.
If you have any questions about the role please contact [email protected], using the subject line: Project Manager - Redress Support Service enquiry via EthicalJobs or phone 08 8352 4416 and ask to speak to Felicity Crowther or Laynie Dunne-Heynis.
A position description is attached.