Full-Time Fixed Term Contract - June 2024
CLOSING DATE – Sunday 20 November 2022
- Hybrid work arrangement: two days in Hornsby and three days remote
- Flexible, supportive and values-based organisation
- Opportunity to join a great team of social justice minded colleagues and work as part of a consortium
Real jobs for real pay is a typical pathway for young Australians however for many young people with disability the likelihood of moving into employment is drastically reduced. To improve these outcomes, this project takes a grassroots approach and works directly with families so that they have the vision, knowledge and capacity to support their children to plan early, harness the use of existing employment pathways and support them in meaningful employment.
The School to Work project sits within the capacity building initiative of Family Advocacy, Resourcing Inclusive Communities, which shares the vision of social inclusion with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
More about the School to Work project
This is a consortium project spanning across NSW, ACT and Qld and gives the successful candidate the opportunity to work with capacity building organisations leading the way in this space. This four-year project is just over the half way mark with exciting opportunities to contribute to strengthening this work over the second half. To date we have delivered expansive work covering workshops, webinars, conferences and resource development whilst connecting with over 4000 people across the three organisations.
As the lead organisation, this role entails ensuring our consortium members are supported well in their delivery of the work and that joint learnings from across the jurisdictions are used to enhance the objectives of the project.
What you will be doing
- Develop and enhance the capacity of family members of people with disability
- Build and manage relationships with stakeholders, whilst expanding the reach of the organisation across the state
- Engagement with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
- Work alongside consortium members in the delivery of the project
- Develop content, coordinate, present and co-present at events
- Coordinate events from webinars through to conferences
- Resource development.
- Provide individual consultations to people with disability and their families
Essential Criteria (applications must include a separate document addressing selection criteria)
- Commitment to the full inclusion of people with disability in the workplace
- Sound knowledge of contemporary and innovative employment practices that support people with disability into meaningful work such as customised employment and micro enterprises.
- Experience and skill in developing and presenting workshop content
- Experience in organising, promoting and facilitating events such as webinars, workshops and conferences
- Demonstrated capability of working with people with disability and families
- Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
- Demonstrated experience with a range of software applications
- Capacity to travel around NSW and interstate
- Capacity to occasionally work weekends and evenings.
- Lived experience of disability
- Exposure to Social Role Valorisation.
Work Location: Hybrid-2 days in Hornsby, 3 days remote
Employment Conditions: Full time Fixed Term to June 2024
Salary: Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services (SCHADS) Industry Award 2010,
Level 4.4 – 5.3 (depending on experience), $83,400 - $92, 700 with salary packaging available on request.
CLOSING DATE – 20 NOVEMBER 2022
Visit the website, download the Position Description, for a more detailed description of the role.
Email your complete applications to email@example.com under the subject line: ‘Capacity Development Coordinator-Application’. Applications must include the following:
- Cover letter
- Letter addressing the full Selection Criteria
- Your full resume, including two work related referees
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Cecile Sullivan Elder on 02 9869 0866.