ECEI Community Capacity Building Lead
Sydney Region, New South Wales
Lifestart is an Early Childhood Partner, delivering the National Disability Insurance Agency’s Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach in five regions across NSW.
About the Role
An exciting leadership opportunity has become available for two ECEI Community Capacity Building (CCB) Leads who will assist the CCB Manager to work in a collaborative manner with community-based organisations. The ECEI CCB Lead’s will play a pivotal role in providing effective leadership to work collaboratively with Lifestart’s ECEI teams and other stakeholders to successfully enable a high-quality service.
The ECEI CCB Leads will be required to have strong relational and problem-solving abilities to effectively coordinate and meet key milestones with mainstream service providers to develop and implement a capacity building plan that will increase inclusion opportunities for children with developmental delay and disability.It will be essential to have strong interpersonal skills, as you will be communicating information on the NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach to organisations and the general community.
The position will work across the ECEI program and relevant regions on a full-time basis for the duration of the three-year agreement with NDIA. To find out more about the ECEI approach go to the NDIS website at www.ndis.gov.au.
Why become a Lifestaffer?
At Lifestart, we value and support our people. In addition to the standard employment conditions, we offer:
To apply, please email email@example.com and include a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and an updated CV.
For further information regarding working with us or to view the position statement please visit www.lifestart.org.auor contact our Recruitment Team on (02) 9364 0111.
Applications close: Friday, 14 December 2018
Lifestart welcomes applications from culturally and linguistically diverse candidates, suitably qualified people who may have a disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.
Applicants must hold a valid Working with Children clearance and successfully undertake pre-employment police check.
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