About the Role
• Ongoing positions available in Bayside Peninsula area
• $56,840 – $62,930 per annum plus superannuation (attractive salary packaging options available)
The Brotherhood of St Laurence drives change that promotes a compassionate and fair society where everyone has a sense of belonging. The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), administering the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) roll-out is partnering with the Brotherhood of St Laurence to deliver Local Area Coordination (LAC) services in the North East Melbourne, Hume Moreland and Bayside Peninsula areas.
LAC is pivotal in the NDIS, providing planning coordination and capacity building support for people with disability to maximise their choice and control over the services they receive, allowing them to live an ordinary life. This role also supports people with disability to access mainstream services, to help them, their families/carers to develop their network connections, and to increase our community’s capacity to be accessible to people with disability.
You could come from a range of professional backgrounds but ideally possess customer service experience and a strong passion for the empowerment of people with disability. You may be working in the disability field currently or are outside of the sector and looking for a new role to challenge you; regardless of your background we welcome an application from you! You pride yourself on your ability to work collaboratively as part of a team and your impressive capacity to build and maintain meaningful and supportive relationships with a wide variety of people. Don’t miss out on these outstanding opportunities at the centre of some of the biggest changes in the disability sector in Australia’s history!
People with a lived experience of disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
About the Organisation
Established during the Great Depression, the Brotherhood of St Laurence was the vision and creation of Fr Gerard Tucker, a man who combined his Christian faith with a fierce determination to end social injustice. The Brotherhood has developed into an independent organisation with strong Anglican and community links. Today, we continue to fight for an Australia free of poverty.
At the Brotherhood of St Laurence, we are defined by the people that make up our organisation. With 600 employees and 900 volunteers across more than 50 sites, together we strive to help people experiencing disadvantage through research and policy and services and advocacy.
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