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      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$90,000 per year
      • full-time
      Job Title: NDIS Support CoordinatorRole: Part time or full time available - permanent positionLocation: Adelaide, South AustraliaSalary: $65,000 - $90,000 + Super!Qualification: Degree in Social work or Psychology About the role The role of an NDIS Specialist Support Coordinator is to assist NDIS participants in the coordination and implementation of all supports in their funded plan, including informal, mainstream and community supports, as we as funded supports. This role can be offered on either a full-time or part-time basis. Day-to-day responsibilities include: Support the participant to implement their NDIS plan, including assistance to identify and select providers to build their capacity in understanding their planMonitoring plan outcomes and plan expenditure to ensure the plan remains within budgetMaintain a strong working knowledge of partnerships in the wider disability community and mainstream services sector Actively participate in mentoring coaching and supervision and collaborate in a team environment Ensure clear, accurate and timely record keeping, including making information accessible to the client Provide the NDIS and the client on request reports on outcomes and success indicators within the agreed report frequencyActively comply with all company policies, procedures, and code of conduct. To be successful in your application, you will:Have demonstrated experience in working with people with a disability or a degree qualification in Social Work. Possess exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written, particularly in advocacy, mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolutionHave a professional and positive outlook about supporting people living with disability and commitment to supporting and promoting the individual needs, skills, abilities, and personal goalsBe experienced in creating positive relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders on behalf of clientsHave demonstrated experience in the application of the objectives and principles of the National Standards for Disability ServicesBe able to build rapport and maintain strong working relationships with clients and their familiesTo apply please send call Emma Austin on: 08 8468 8021 or email your updated resume to: emma.austin@randstad.com.au! Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      Job Title: NDIS Support CoordinatorRole: Part time or full time available - permanent positionLocation: Adelaide, South AustraliaSalary: $65,000 - $90,000 + Super!Qualification: Degree in Social work or Psychology About the role The role of an NDIS Specialist Support Coordinator is to assist NDIS participants in the coordination and implementation of all supports in their funded plan, including informal, mainstream and community supports, as we as funded supports. This role can be offered on either a full-time or part-time basis. Day-to-day responsibilities include: Support the participant to implement their NDIS plan, including assistance to identify and select providers to build their capacity in understanding their planMonitoring plan outcomes and plan expenditure to ensure the plan remains within budgetMaintain a strong working knowledge of partnerships in the wider disability community and mainstream services sector Actively participate in mentoring coaching and supervision and collaborate in a team environment Ensure clear, accurate and timely record keeping, including making information accessible to the client Provide the NDIS and the client on request reports on outcomes and success indicators within the agreed report frequencyActively comply with all company policies, procedures, and code of conduct. To be successful in your application, you will:Have demonstrated experience in working with people with a disability or a degree qualification in Social Work. Possess exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written, particularly in advocacy, mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolutionHave a professional and positive outlook about supporting people living with disability and commitment to supporting and promoting the individual needs, skills, abilities, and personal goalsBe experienced in creating positive relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders on behalf of clientsHave demonstrated experience in the application of the objectives and principles of the National Standards for Disability ServicesBe able to build rapport and maintain strong working relationships with clients and their familiesTo apply please send call Emma Austin on: 08 8468 8021 or email your updated resume to: emma.austin@randstad.com.au! Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$32 - AU$33 per year
      • full-time
      Our Wayville office is currently seeking HOSPITAL CLEANERS for an immediate start for Hospitals in Gawler, Kapunda, and Edunda medical centres/hospital. The successful candidate will be responsible for undertaking agreed daily cleaning work routines and methods as stipulated by management.The successful candidate MUST have the following:National Police ClearenceWorking with Children Check or proof of applicationFully Vaccinated (COVID Vaccine or Flu Vaccine)Full time working rightsFlexible to work across a 07 day rosterIf you're interested please apply here or email wayvillegov@randstad.com.au if you have any questions.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our Wayville office is currently seeking HOSPITAL CLEANERS for an immediate start for Hospitals in Gawler, Kapunda, and Edunda medical centres/hospital. The successful candidate will be responsible for undertaking agreed daily cleaning work routines and methods as stipulated by management.The successful candidate MUST have the following:National Police ClearenceWorking with Children Check or proof of applicationFully Vaccinated (COVID Vaccine or Flu Vaccine)Full time working rightsFlexible to work across a 07 day rosterIf you're interested please apply here or email wayvillegov@randstad.com.au if you have any questions.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • blacktown, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$120,000 per year
      • full-time
      The Senior Case Manager will lead a team of case planners to provide high quality, timely, case planning, assessments, program delivery, case supervision and support service for individuals. This enables the facility to increase the chances of positively changing individuals lives and creating better outcomes for them and the community.Role overviewThe expertise that the Senior Case planner will provide include participating in case conferences for high risk/needs individuals, demonstrating superior skills in the case of management of complex individuals, applying case and behavioural management methods and demonstrating culturally sensitive practices and attitudes. What's in it for you?Job SecurityCompetitive Salary and Benefits Supportive Team Culture & EnvironmentOngoing professional development Opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of others ExperienceMinimum Cert IV in Community Services Minimum of 2 years leadership experienceDesirable to possess a degree in Psychology, Social Work or Criminology or related fieldPrevious experience working in a correctional or institutional setting is desirable Primary accountabilities and key deliverables:Comply with the companies risk management, quality assurance and health and safety environment management systems, including statutory obligations. Lead a team to carry out an evidence based case planning model that is focused on risk, need, responsibility ensuring a case plan is developed for any individual that is eligible. Staff management & Teamwork Demonstrate the capacity to mentor, motivate and manage the work of others and to model exemplary behaviour to team members and other individuals Conduct regular one to one meetings, performance appraisals and team meetings.Act as a positive, effective role model for all staff, modelling the organisation’s best practice principlesEngage and drive continuous improvement by exhibiting proactive thinking, accepting accountability, documenting information, and contributing ideas and innovations to improve performanceAct with integrity, in accordance with the organisation’s Code of Conduct and our corporate values of Integrity, Ingenuity, Collaboration and ChallengePromote a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment, free from discrimination, bullying and harassmentHealth, Safety & EnvironmentEnsure that safety and risk awareness are paramount when undertaking all dutiesComply with the organisation's Risk Management, Quality Assurance, and Health, Safety and Environment management systems, including all statutory obligationsAct as a role model for a positive health, safety and environment culture, and encourage other staff and individuals to do the same.Skills and attributesLeadership – Demonstrate the capacity to mentor, motivate and manage the work of others and to model exemplary behaviour to team members and individualsJudgement – Display sound judgement in responding to risks, threats and incidents, including reporting or escalating issues as required, and managing sensitive situations and information appropriatelyCommunication – Communicate verbally and in writing in a manner that is pro-social, appropriate for the audience, clear, thorough and effectiveInterpersonal aptitude – Demonstrate empathy, cultural understanding and the abilities to connect, build appropriate relationships, influence, negotiate and navigate interpersonal differences with individuals, peers and othersConflict and incident management – Accurately assess conflict and incident situations, make effective judgements, and apply knowledge of best practices and defined policies and procedures to de-escalate and manage conflicts and incidentsResilience – Show adaptability, perseverance and courage in achieving required objectives under pressure and in the face of challengesPlease note that you will be required to obtain appropriate security clearances from New South Wales Police and Correctional Services New South WalesYou must also meet the physical requirements of the role and pass a functional fitness and health assessment; due to the demands of the role, applicants who consume alcohol excessively, abuse prescription drugs or consume illicit substances are unsuitableAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Senior Case Manager will lead a team of case planners to provide high quality, timely, case planning, assessments, program delivery, case supervision and support service for individuals. This enables the facility to increase the chances of positively changing individuals lives and creating better outcomes for them and the community.Role overviewThe expertise that the Senior Case planner will provide include participating in case conferences for high risk/needs individuals, demonstrating superior skills in the case of management of complex individuals, applying case and behavioural management methods and demonstrating culturally sensitive practices and attitudes. What's in it for you?Job SecurityCompetitive Salary and Benefits Supportive Team Culture & EnvironmentOngoing professional development Opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of others ExperienceMinimum Cert IV in Community Services Minimum of 2 years leadership experienceDesirable to possess a degree in Psychology, Social Work or Criminology or related fieldPrevious experience working in a correctional or institutional setting is desirable Primary accountabilities and key deliverables:Comply with the companies risk management, quality assurance and health and safety environment management systems, including statutory obligations. Lead a team to carry out an evidence based case planning model that is focused on risk, need, responsibility ensuring a case plan is developed for any individual that is eligible. Staff management & Teamwork Demonstrate the capacity to mentor, motivate and manage the work of others and to model exemplary behaviour to team members and other individuals Conduct regular one to one meetings, performance appraisals and team meetings.Act as a positive, effective role model for all staff, modelling the organisation’s best practice principlesEngage and drive continuous improvement by exhibiting proactive thinking, accepting accountability, documenting information, and contributing ideas and innovations to improve performanceAct with integrity, in accordance with the organisation’s Code of Conduct and our corporate values of Integrity, Ingenuity, Collaboration and ChallengePromote a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment, free from discrimination, bullying and harassmentHealth, Safety & EnvironmentEnsure that safety and risk awareness are paramount when undertaking all dutiesComply with the organisation's Risk Management, Quality Assurance, and Health, Safety and Environment management systems, including all statutory obligationsAct as a role model for a positive health, safety and environment culture, and encourage other staff and individuals to do the same.Skills and attributesLeadership – Demonstrate the capacity to mentor, motivate and manage the work of others and to model exemplary behaviour to team members and individualsJudgement – Display sound judgement in responding to risks, threats and incidents, including reporting or escalating issues as required, and managing sensitive situations and information appropriatelyCommunication – Communicate verbally and in writing in a manner that is pro-social, appropriate for the audience, clear, thorough and effectiveInterpersonal aptitude – Demonstrate empathy, cultural understanding and the abilities to connect, build appropriate relationships, influence, negotiate and navigate interpersonal differences with individuals, peers and othersConflict and incident management – Accurately assess conflict and incident situations, make effective judgements, and apply knowledge of best practices and defined policies and procedures to de-escalate and manage conflicts and incidentsResilience – Show adaptability, perseverance and courage in achieving required objectives under pressure and in the face of challengesPlease note that you will be required to obtain appropriate security clearances from New South Wales Police and Correctional Services New South WalesYou must also meet the physical requirements of the role and pass a functional fitness and health assessment; due to the demands of the role, applicants who consume alcohol excessively, abuse prescription drugs or consume illicit substances are unsuitableAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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