- Regional NSW > Wollongong, Illawarra & South Coast
- Job posted on: 7th Dec 2021
- Applications close:
Aruma is experiencing growth in our services and we need you to help us achieve this… we are currently looking for an experienced leader of people for our Support Manager role.
We want the right people to join us to lead fantastic teams of support workers and staff for a rewarding and challenging career as a Support Manager in our Illawarra Flexible Individual Supports and Hubs.
Our Support Managers ensure that customer outcomes are achieved through empowering our customers to live their best life, they are supported by a professional team of Support Workers and Practice Advisors. Support Managers work with teams of Support Workers to identify opportunities for customers, solve problems and overcome obstacles. They encourage the growth and development of their Support Worker teams. They are skilled in understanding and managing budgets, identifying opportunities for customers under the NDIS to life their best lives. and are committed to excellent practice.
We might have a new name, but we're not the new kids on the block. You once knew us as House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation - two great organisations, with over 100 years of combined experience, who came together in 2018.
Yes, we're a disability service provider, but we're also so much more. We're the trusted partner of over 5000 people with a disability throughout the east coast of Australia. Aruma is leading the new age, the new world of disability support - the NDIS world.
Aruma puts our customers first. And to do this we need you - staff who are brave, bold, and who dare to think differently. So, if you want to stand out and have a fulfilling career, then join us today!
We are looking for an energetic, dynamic people who are passionate about supporting our customers live a great life, to be active, inclusive participants in their communities. You will also have experience managing, coaching and leading teams. Your skills to motivate teams to embrace change, work through challenges, drive continuous improvement and support best practice would be an advantage.
Also, your strong knowledge of the NDIS environment and ability to communicate sensitively and professionally with a diverse range of stakeholders, including families, carers, allied health professionals and service providers would be highly regarded.
To be considered for this exciting position you are required to address the below selection criteria in your application letter.
We offer career development opportunities, motor vehicle with personal use, access to comprehensive competency based staff training and salary packaging options. Salary is paid in accordance with SCHADSI Award Level 6.
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Shortlisted candidates will be required to undergo pre-employment and criminal history probity checks.