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Specialist Support Coordinator

Aged & Disability Care
Location: VIC
Work Type: Full Time permanent/Term Contract
  • Office located in inner east Melbourne, close to train and great cafes
  • Flexible working arrangements - work from home and office
  • Approachable and experienced management team

Are you an experienced Support Coordinator with a Degree in Allied Health (Social Work, Occupation Therapy, or Psychology) and extensive experience working in the similar role?

If so, please read on. This may be just the opportunity you have been looking for!

McArthur have been engaged by our client, a reputable national disability services provider to engage 2 new Specialist Support Coordinators to join their team located in Camberwell. You will attend the office for 2 weeks initial training and then be set up to work from home during Covid. This service has flexible work model so once life returns to a level of normality, there will be an opportunity to work between home and the office.

The Role

The role of the NDIS Specialist Support Coordinator is to assist participants with complex needs to access high level of specialist support and services to implement their NDIS funded plan. Utilising your knowledge of NDIS legislation and local service providers, you will undertake preplanning and support coordination with participants, taking a strengths-based and person-centred approach.

The Service

This service is well established and services predominantly the eastern suburbs although some participants may live in the southern or northern suburbs of Melbourne. Pool vehicles are provided for home visits. Well-established across Australia, this service is committed to provided high level service to participants and is passionate about social inclusion.

Role Requirements

As a Specialist Support Coordinator, in addition to experience working with clients with multiple and complex requirements in an NDIS Support Coordination role, it is essential that you hold a relevant Allied Health degree. Registration with APHRA or AASW or eligibility for registration is required.

We are seeking a candidate who has a genuine passion for social inclusion, who can balance dignity of risk with duty of care and who understands the importance of maintaining professional boundaries & confidentiality. You have strong interpersonal skills and good problem solving and time management abilities.


You will receive a salary of $75, 000 plus super. Other benefits include flexible working from home arrangements, EAP services, a mobile allowance and access to company cars for home visits.

To apply or for more information please email your resume to

141245 Posted On:30/06/2020