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Employment Coach - Wacol

Endeavour Foundation - Wacol, QLD

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work
Source: uWorkin


Who are #teampossible?

We are people working together, making possibilities a reality for people with a disability.

Why should I join #teampossible?

  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging ($15,900 tax free benefit) + further benefits
  • Encouraged and supported ongoing professional development
  • Exciting and diverse career opportunities
  • Permanent, part-time and casual opportunities
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • We offer a range of roster arrangements with ability to take on additional shifts
  • Corporate health insurance plans, and discounts with our corporate partners
  • Values based organisation focusing on our people and customers

Endeavour Foundation Work services provide people with a disability employment opportunities to help them achieve personal employment goals aligned with their NDIS plan, skills and aspirations.

As an Employment Coach your purpose is to act as a champion of contemporary disability service provision and person centred practice for supported employees, in alignment with commercial outcomes and in partnership with site leadership.

Role specifics:

  • Two x full time roles, Wacol.
  • Facilitate enhanced employment outcomes for supported employees within a positive behaviour support framework and aligned with their NDIS plan goals.
  • Report and monitor supported employees progress towards achievement of their NDIS employment goals in line with their Individual Support Plan.
  • Assist in implementing service offerings to supported employees to achieve learning and development outcomes that can lead to open employment, transition to retirement and life skills. Changed
  • Hands-on coaching with supported employees to achieve their work goals.
  • Work collaboratively with leaders, families, carers, and advocates for supported employees to accurately capture the supports all supported employees require in the workplace.
  • Engagement with schools and other relevant groups and entities to attract work experience students, as well as future potential supported employees.
  • Advocate for the implementation and ongoing application of Human Rights for people with disability, namely the right to live free from abuse, neglect and exploitation, and the right of choice and control.

All about you:

  • Knowledge of, or ability to obtain an understanding of National Standards Disability Services, NDIS and Quality and Safeguarding Framework.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate within a person-centred framework and applying the principles of social justice.
  • Desire to recognise, respect and uphold the privacy, dignity and confidentiality of individuals in all aspects of their lives and in accordance with legislation.
  • Results-oriented and driven by concrete outcomes from the support you provide.
  • Interpersonal and communication skills required to develop relationships with team members and stakeholders and deal with issues of a sensitive nature.
  • A genuine commitment to the purpose and values of the organisation, demonstrating an ability to adapt to a changing environment
  • Proficiency in using current MS Office (i.e Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook), Employee Self Service, Customer Information and Management Systems and communication technologies
  • Experience working with people with a disability in an employment setting or direct support
  • Demonstrated experience in outcome based service delivery
  • Experience participating within recruitment and selection processes.

How can I join #team possible?

You can register your interest in joining Endeavour Foundation by simply clicking ‘Apply Now’ and you’ll be guided through a short application form.

Endeavour Foundation welcomes the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability because it will provide a platform for people to be heard and seek justice. Everyone within our community is expected to act in a way that protects and supports the human rights of people with disability - this is our highest priority. Click here for more information.