Client Engagement Coordinator (Disability Services)
ABOUT US The Tipping Foundation (part of the House with No Steps Group) is one of Australia's leading providers of disability services. We are dedicated to human rights and to ensuring individuals with a disability have greater choice, control, and freedom over their lives; helping to create a more independent life for people, now and in the future. THE ROLE The Client Engagement Coordinator - Disability Services will oversee the day to day operations of Supported Independent Living programs to ensure that relevant and person centred support services are delivered in a manner consistent with The Tipping Foundation Policy and Procedure guidelines, organisational values, the Victorian Disability Service Standards and relevant Occupational Health and Safety requirements.
The position will have a strong interface with the Service Manager and Practice Leader. The role provides assistance to strengthen clients abilities to coordinate and implement supports and participate more fully in the community. It can include, but is not limited to coordinating a range of supports both funded and mainstream, and building on informal supports, and developing participants resilience in their own network and community.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE We are looking for an experienced professional with: Relevant tertiary qualifications in fields such as community or human services, health or business. Demonstrated understanding and awareness of client-focused approaches within disability services. Relevant Experience and knowledge of the disability sector.
Demonstrable leadership skills. Values driven approach with high levels of professional integrity. Advanced IT proficiency with Microsoft Office and client management systems.
Travel is required as part of the roles and participation in the after-hours service is a requirement of the role. BENEFITS We offer generous salary packaging and can offer significant tax incentives as a non-profit organisation. COMPLIANCE The Tipping Organisation operates a stringent safety screening procedure for preferred candidates that will require two satisfactory professional references, an identity check, satisfactory national and international [where required] police record check, a Working With Children Check [where required] and a cleared Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme check.
For more details please view our website. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Pam Ruecker, Service Manager on 03 9564 1000.
Applications close June 9th 2018 We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage men and women of all ages to apply. The Tipping Foundation is a diversity partner of the NDRC and we encourage applications from people with disability. The Tipping Foundation is a child safe organisation.
We value, respect and listen to children and young people. We are committed to the safety of all children and young people including the cultural safety of Aboriginal childr....