Since signing up our first customer in October 2016 Plan Partners has rapidly grown to become Australia’s leading expert in NDIS Plan Management and Support Coordination. At the core of who we are, are our values: We put people first; We demonstrate integrity; We own it; We’re one team.
We are offering opportunities to suitably experienced and passionate people to join our growing business, supporting people with a disability to live the life they want and realise their goals in life.
As a Support Coordinator, you’ll work with our customers, their families and carers to coordinate all aspects of their NDIS journey. You will help customers to understand their NDIS plan, set up service agreements with providers, prepare plan reviews, conduct risk assessments and, critically, provide support should issues arise.
Using your high level communication skills and industry experience you will build and leverage networks to ensure the best support for your customers. You will rely on your time management ability to allocate your billable time appropriately to achieve your targets and at the same time ensure strict compliance to all reporting and auditing requirements.
This article describes a typical working day as a Support Coordinator with Plan Partners: https://www.planpartners.com.au/day-life-support-coordinator.
To succeed as a Support Coordinator with Plan Partners you will have:
- Past experience in case management or practical experience within the disability sector
- Working knowledge of the NDIS
- A drive to contribute to the success of Plan Partners and go the extra mile for our customers
- A high level of comfort working with targets, and ideally experience with a billable hours model
- High level interpersonal skills, time management skills and the ability to multitask
- A valid driver’s licence, and your own reliable vehicle
If you would like to know more about this role, please contact our Nikki Brennan, Team Leader, on 1300 333 700.
Plan Partners is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to ensuring a safe environment for children and young people. We encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to those from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, the LGBTIQ community and people with a disability to apply.
Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and all successful candidates will undergo a National Police check and credit checks and must provide a valid Working with Children check.
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