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Support Coordination Manager - Tweed Heads

Momentum Collective


Momentum Collective is a registered charity and not-for-profit community services organisation creating real social change and inclusive opportunities. We have a proud 40 year track record operating in a suite of programs in disability, mental health, homelessness, social and affordable housing, family & domestic violence, child family and community services.

We believe in a shared or collective responsibility to help close these gaps and are looking for can do, positive people, to join our community movement.


In this position you will manage the operations of the support coordination function to ensure it provides quality person-centred services. You will provide leadership and supervision to a team of Support Coordination Consultants and manage a small portfolio of NDIS participants in which you will build through building relationships, following best practice approaches you will work towards providing the best outcomes for our clients.


You will have a thorough understanding of the NDIS and the ability to coordinate, manage and/or facilitate a range of supports to meet identified needs in accordance with participant plans.  You’ll be a great communicator and effective leader with the ability to engage and maintain a cohesive and productive team.

If your goal is to be part of an organisation which creates positive and lasting change in people’s lives then join the team at Momentum Collective.

Desired Skills and Experience


  • Cert III in Individual Support or Cert IV in another related field
  • Demonstrated significant experience working within a Community or Disability Service.
  • A thorough knowledge and understanding of the NDIS and other relevant legislation.
  • Knowledge and experience of working collaboratively with local community, welfare services and industry partners.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both in written and verbal form.
  • Demonstrated experience in effectively dealing with conflict resolution.
  • Knowledge and experience of working within marginalised communities with complex mental health and physical needs.
  • Understanding of social disadvantage and commitment to the rights of Indigenous and other people living with disability and/or mental illness.

Interested in this position?

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For Enquiries: please contact Lara Arnott on 0435 315 107.

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