Aboriginal Coordinator ECEI
Illawarra Shoalhaven, New South Wales
Full Time | Part Time
Flexible positions available for early childhood practitioners, allied health professionalsor those with experience in children’s services and disabilitywho identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanderto work with children, families and community in Early Childhood Early Intervention.
Lifestart is an NDIS Partner in the Community delivering the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach to children aged 0-6 years inSouth Eastern Sydney, Sydney, Nepean Blue Mountains, Illawarra Shoalhaven and Central Coast LGAs.
We are passionate about and committed to ensuring all children and young people are able to participate inclusively and meaningfully in their community and are seeking likeminded advocates to join our team.
To find out more about the ECEI approach go to the NDIS website www.ndis.gov.au.
About the Role
ECEI Coordinators play a pivotal role as the first point of contact for children with additional needs and their families entering or transitioning to the NDIS ECEI approach.
As a Lifestart ECEI Coordinator, you willperform a range of functions including:
ECEI Coordinators need to be flexible in a regularly changing environment. This is a contracted position to June 2020.
Applicants must hold a valid Working with Children clearance and successfully undertake pre-employment police check.
Benefits & Culture
At Lifestart, we value and support the development and success of each individual. We offer our staff a range of benefits including:
To apply, please submit an updated CV and Cover Letter addressing the selection criteria to email@example.com the Region you are applying for.
Please visit our website (www.lifestart.org.au) to download the position statement, or for further information contact our HR team on (02) 9364 0111.
Applications close: 04 January 2019
This is an Identified Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander position. Applicants for this position must be of Aboriginal descent through parentage, identification as being Aboriginal and being accepted in the community as such. Exemption is claimed under Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.
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