Current vacancies

We need capable and motivated people to work with us at More Opportunities. Check our current vacancies to see what jobs are available and whether your training and experience suits our needs.

Support Coordinator / Engagement Officer 

Part Time Position 

We have an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to join one of the fastest growing independent NDIS providers. This role will cover greater Hobart and the successful applicant will preferably have relevant qualifications and/or experience in support coordination, allied health, LAC, case management and be familiar with NDIS. This position is Part time  with a minimum of 20 hours per week, paid at level 3 on the SCHADS award.

As a Support Coordinator / Engagement Officer your responsibilities are to:

  • Assist participants to navigate the NDIS system, informing of their rights, responsibilities and choices
  • Must be able to build rapport quickly and demonstrate empathy and understanding of challenges relating to people with disabilities who have high support needs.
  • Assist participants to identify their goals and aspirations.
  • Connect participants to resources in a manner that supports inclusion with informal, formal, specialist, community and mainstream services
  • Support participants to develop connections and to have real choice and control in their lives
  • Support participants to explore options, to grow and build their capacity to be as independent as possible
  • Provide information and guidance relating to directing their own supports and understanding the NDIS
  • Assist participants to reflect on what is working and what needs to change and the provision of best approaches to achieve this outcome.
  • Ability to develop strong, professional relationships with key stake holders.

Selection Criteria

  1. Must hold minimum of Cert IV or able to demonstrate relevant experience
  2. Knowledge of the NDIS Scheme
  3. Ability to practice a person-centered approach
  4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills especially your ability to listen, interpret and act on what people want and need in a timely manner
  5. High level organisational, time management and task management, dealing with competing priorities and tight deadlines
  6. Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to find a way and bring people together to achieve outcomes for participants
  7. Ability to work with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and circumstances in a respectful manner
  8. Competency in using Office 365 including Outlook, Word, Excel and Client Management Systems.

The successful applicant will also hold and maintain the following:

  1. Full Australian Driver’s License
  2. Working with Vulnerable People
  3. Current National Police Check
  4. Current First Aid Certificate/CPR
  5. NDIS Workers Orientation Module (or ability or obtain)

For further information on this position, please contact.

Applications can be made via the application form below.

Support Coordinator / Engagement Officer 

Casual Position 

We have an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to join one of the fastest growing independent NDIS providers. This role will cover greater Perth (WA) and the successful applicant will preferably have relevant qualifications and/or experience in support coordination, allied health, LAC, case management and be familiar with NDIS. This position is casual with a minimum of 20 hours per week, paid at level 3.1 on the SCHADS award.

As a Support Coordinator / Engagement Officer your responsibilities are to:

  • Assist participants to navigate the NDIS system, informing of their rights, responsibilities and choices
  • Must be able to build rapport quickly and demonstrate empathy and understanding of challenges relating to people with disabilities who have high support needs.
  • Assist participants to identify their goals and aspirations.
  • Connect participants to resources in a manner that supports inclusion with informal, formal, specialist, community and mainstream services
  • Support participants to develop connections and to have real choice and control in their lives
  • Support participants to explore options, to grow and build their capacity to be as independent as possible
  • Provide information and guidance relating to directing their own supports and understanding the NDIS 
  • Assist participants to reflect on what is working and what needs to change and the provision of best approaches to achieve this outcome.
  • Ability to develop strong, professional relationships with key stake holders. 

Selection Criteria

  1. Must hold minimum of Cert IV or able to demonstrate relevant experience
  2. Knowledge of the NDIS Scheme 
  3. Ability to practice a person-centered approach
  4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills especially your ability to listen, interpret and act on what people want and need in a timely manner
  5. High level organisational, time management and task management, dealing with competing priorities and tight deadlines 
  6. Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to find a way and bring people together to achieve outcomes for participants
  7. Ability to work with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and circumstances in a respectful manner
  8. Competency in using Office 365 including Outlook, Word, Excel and Client Management Systems.

The successful applicant will also hold and maintain the following:

  1. Full Australian Driver’s License 
  2. Working with Vulnerable People
  3. Current National Police Check
  4. Current First Aid Certificate/CPR 
  5. NDIS Workers Orientation Module (or ability or obtain)

For further information on this position, please contact.

Applications can be made via the application form below.

Support Coordinator / Engagement Officer 

Casual Position 

We have an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to join one of Tasmania’s fastest growing independent NDIS providers. This role will cover Northern Tasmania and the successful applicant will preferably have relevant qualifications and/or experience in support coordination, allied health, LAC, case management and be familiar with NDIS. This position is casual with a minimum of 20 hours per week, paid at level 3.1 on the SCHADS award.

As a Support Coordinator / Engagement Officer your responsibilities are to:

  • Assist participants to navigate the NDIS system, informing of their rights, responsibilities and choices
  • Must be able to build rapport quickly and demonstrate empathy and understanding of challenges relating to people with disabilities who have high support needs.
  • Assist participants to identify their goals and aspirations.
  • Connect participants to resources in a manner that supports inclusion with informal, formal, specialist, community and mainstream services
  • Support participants to develop connections and to have real choice and control in their lives
  • Support participants to explore options, to grow and build their capacity to be as independent as possible
  • Provide information and guidance relating to directing their own supports and understanding the NDIS 
  • Assist participants to reflect on what is working and what needs to change and the provision of best approaches to achieve this outcome.
  • Ability to develop strong, professional relationships with key stake holders. 

Selection Criteria

  1. Must hold minimum of Cert IV or able to demonstrate relevant experience
  2. Knowledge of the NDIS Scheme 
  3. Ability to practice a person-centered approach
  4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills especially your ability to listen, interpret and act on what people want and need in a timely manner
  5. High level organisational, time management and task management, dealing with competing priorities and tight deadlines 
  6. Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to find a way and bring people together to achieve outcomes for participants
  7. Ability to work with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and circumstances in a respectful manner
  8. Competency in using Office 365 including Outlook, Word, Excel and Client Management Systems.

The successful applicant will also hold and maintain the following:

  1. Full Australian Driver’s License 
  2. Working with Vulnerable People
  3. Current National Police Check
  4. Current First Aid Certificate/CPR 
  5. NDIS Workers Orientation Module (or ability or obtain)

For further information on this position, please contact.

Applications can be made via the application form below.

Employment Application Form

Position Interested In:
If successful, how much notice do you need to provide to your current employer?
Personal Details
More Opportunities provides reasonable adjustment for persons with disabilities and/or injuries to enable participation in work activities where safety is not compromised.
What gender do you identify as?
Do you identify as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin?
Are you legally entitled to work in Australia?
Qualifications, Accreditations and Registrations:
Which of the following are you applying for?
If you are making this application based on expressing an interest in any potential opportunities it is important to note that More Opportunities can only hold your information on file with your permission granted, your information will be held for a period of 6 months. For More Opportunities to retain your information for a longer period of time you will need to reapply in 6 months’ time.
If I am unsuccessful in gaining employment with More Opportunities through the application process of a specific role, I provide permission to More Opportunities to retain my application and associated support documents for a period of 6 months.
What is your availability to work?
References:
Please note that a disciplinary action in previous employment check will be conducted.
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