Contributing to the development and delivery of programs that are outcome focused and meet participant goals and aspirations
Supporting participants to engage in recreational and learning programs
Ensuring the well-being and safety of participants, and exercising duty of care to participants, other staff and members of the community
Monitoring and supporting the safe involvement of participants in community-based activities
Working cooperatively and maintaining effective communication in a manner appropriate to participant needs
Providing personal care in a responsible and safe manner.
A current Drivers’ License
Committed to putting people at the centre of everything you do
Have experience and/or special interest in working with people with an intellectual disability, including people with additional complex needs
A “can-do” attitude and willingness to learn and try new things
A natural communicator, both written and verbal.
Friendly disposition and ability to work in a team environment and autonomously
Strong organisational and time management skills
Some relevant experience: Experience developing programs and activities of learning in an adult learning, disability learning, or another similar, organisation
Your Working with Children Check and an NDIS Workers’ Screening Check
The right qualifications: A Cert 3 in Disability or another relevant field. If you have a disability or community services qualification or are working towards one, that’s even better.
Knowledge and understanding: You’ll be across the essential principles of the Disability Services Act 2006, the NDIS and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards. Plus, you’ll have experience upholding quality safeguards for people with a disability, and a sound knowledge of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights.