NDIS Coordinator

Hassett People Solutions

Champion the system underpinning the operational effectiveness of a leading disability service provider.

  • Deliver quality systems administration to key stakeholders
  • Business partner to advocate a strong systems culture
  • Collaborate with like-minded colleagues in the disability sector
The Position 

Bayley House seeks to appoint a collaborative, open-minded and accountable NDIS Coordinator. This critical role within the newly-formed Client Services Team will take carriage of the development and maintenance of the Customer Relationship Management system, 'SupportAbility', developing and implementing a strong systems ecosystem within Bayley House and partnering across the organisation more broadly to champion and mentor.

Background 

The ideal candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment and have a whole-of-organisation lens, partnering across the organisation broadly as the mainstay of SupportAbility delivering quality services to key stakeholders. Highly organised, technically-minded and with exceptional attention to detail, the incumbent will work very well autonomously and have a natural assured and approachable style. Inspiring others to change and acting to make change happen, s/he will demonstrate an understanding that outstanding and transparent system administration is a pillar of organisational success. Leading change by displaying openness and resilience, a natural aptitude for numeracy will be showcased by incumbent, and s/he may be qualified in same.

Experience

The successful candidate will have a demonstrated history of strategic management of systems administration and developing user standards, backed by sound business acumen. The incumbent will have a strong track record of working collaboratively and cooperatively in teams across an organisation to deliver shared goals. A relevant Certificate IV or above is mandatory, and previous training and capability development experience will be held in high regard. Experience in a not-for-profit environment, especially disability, is preferred. A strong values proposition as to operating within the for-purpose sector will be demonstrated by the successful appointee, as well as an indisputable connection to the mission and values of Bayley House.

The Organisation

Bayley House is a Bayside-based for-purpose organisation which provides a range of residential and community-based services to adults with an intellectual disability. A change-ready organisation, Bayley House boasts a strong capital base and operates in an environment of ever-increasing regulation. Advocating wellbeing and inclusivity, fostering genuine connection and operating with respect, the Board, Executive and broader team at Bayley House strive “for all people with intellectual disability to live the life they choose”.

For more information, visit http://www.bayleyhouse.org.au/