- Maximum term full-time position available
- Competitive remuneration package with salary packaging benefits available
About the Program
We deliver high quality
support coordination to people with a disability and their families. Support
Coordination aims to build individual capacity to:
- Manage and
implement the participant’s plan
- Achieve the
outcomes identified in the participant’s plan
- Connect the participant with formal, mainstream and funded supports.
Being a valued member of the support coordination team, you
will go above and beyond to strengthen our participants’ abilities to
coordinate and implement supports and participate fully in the community.
About the role
As a Support
Coordinator at MCM, you will assist participants to work towards the identified
goals in their NDIS plan by navigating the NDIS service system, making informed
decisions and obtaining the resources and support they need and want.
individualised approach, you will plan, develop and coordinate services for
NDIS clients by:
- Liaising with internal and
external services to maximise participant outcomes
- Planning, developing and
building capacity in individuals to manage their own supports
- Monitoring and reviewing
plans and goals in consultation with participants
- Providing support and
assistance as appropriate to relevant others/stakeholders
- Establishing and developing
strong relationships with NDIS, community and mainstream supports
At MCM we employ people who are passionate and
genuine about supporting people with disabilities. Our aim is to build capacity
for participants to manage their own supports and to enable them to make
informed decisions to achieve the goals outlined in their NDIS plans.
- Tertiary qualification and/or significant
experience working in the Community Services sector (Disability, Mental Health,
- NDIS awareness, particularly in relation to
support coordination and the importance of choice and control for participants
ability to develop positive relationships with a range of participants,
their families, and their service providers
communication (both oral and written) skills with the ability to prepare
reports and correspondence in clear and concise language.
interpersonal skills with an understanding of diversity when working with
participants and colleagues
- The role requires the ability to work
autonomously, with a high degree of initiative and problem- solving skills
and to be able to achieve and weekly billable hours
- Intermediate computer literacy with exposure to
client management systems (preferred)
- Ability to be flexible in a
changing environment. Embrace change and
- Enthusiasm and passion for
providing quality support to participants and families
Download a position description for the full duties and key
How to apply
- Applications to be sent via the Apply Now button which opens up an application form on the MCM Website.
- Applications should include a current CV and cover letter. You should also address the key selection criteria (if required).
- If you are a current MCM employee, please submit your application via the myHR job board.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
- Applications close date 25 October 2020. We reserve the right to interview and appoint prior to the closing date.
For more details or assistance with
application submission please email: email@example.com
Applicants will be required to undergo a pre-employment safety screening process as part of the MCM selection process. Appointments to MCM roles will be subject to the following safety screening checks (as applicable to the role): National (and International if applicable) Police Check (which includes Proof of Identity check), Victorian Employee Working with Children Check, Right to Work in Australia, Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme Check, and current and valid driver license. All costs associated with safety screening checks (except National Police Check) will be at applicants’ expense.