Support Coordinator Jobs

Support Coordinators earn between $70,000 to $80,000 per annum (or more if experienced) assisting participants with the NDIS by helping them build their skills, goals and resiliency.

You will have the flexibility to set your own schedule and work independently while getting structure and assistance from the Disability Support Project team.

Autonomy, flexibility & ongoing support are the core values for all employees.

If you are the type of person who gets things done quickly, wants to work alongside results driven passionate people and can bill 80% of your weekly hours lets talk!

We are growing quickly, come and help make a difference.

  1. Resource Navigator: An NDIS Support Coordinator serves as a valuable resource navigator, helping participants understand and access the various supports and services available within the NDIS framework. They assist in identifying appropriate service providers, explaining funding options, and ensuring participants make informed decisions that align with their goals and needs.

  2. Personalised Planning: Support Coordinators work closely with participants to create personalised NDIS plans that reflect their aspirations and address their unique challenges. They collaborate to set clear goals, determine required supports, and establish a roadmap for achieving greater independence and well-being.

  3. Service Coordination: NDIS Support Coordinators play a pivotal role in coordinating the delivery of services and supports outlined in participants’ plans. They liaise with different service providers, ensuring that services are effectively delivered and integrated. This coordination helps streamline the participant’s journey and ensures a holistic approach to their care.

  4. Advocacy and Empowerment: Advocacy is a core function of Support Coordinators. They advocate for participants’ rights, ensuring that they receive the supports they’re entitled to and that their needs are met. Support Coordinators empower participants to voice their preferences, make decisions, and actively participate in their plan’s implementation.

  5. Continuous Review and Adjustment: NDIS plans and needs evolve over time. Support Coordinators regularly review participants’ progress and assess whether the allocated supports remain effective. They make necessary adjustments to the plan and explore new avenues for growth, ensuring that the participant’s journey remains aligned with their evolving goals and aspirations.

Subcontracting as a Support Coordinator

We are also interested in people who currently subcontract as a support coordinator to join our team Australia wide. Be part of a specialist team with ongoing support.

Who Are We Looking For

  • We are looking for people who are currently subcontracting as a NDIS coordinator of support to expand our team all over Australia.
  • Be able to manage your own time, caseloads etc.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, the NDIS landscape can be complex and accessing required providers can be a challenge.
  • The NDIS requires significant administration skills for compliance. There are lots of file notes and reporting required, you will need to be good at this.
  • Expectations are (unless your are NDIS registered yourself) that you will move your current participant case load into our invoicing system for payment, and in turn, we will help you grow your case load via our marketing and branding. We will also provide ongoing support and technical help with complex CoS issues.
  • People wanting to become part of a specialist team with ongoing support.
Minimum Hours Per Week
  • You are required to be providing CoS services to participants for a minimum of 15 hours per week.
Independent Contractor Requirements
Where Do The Participants Come From
  • Ideally you will have some of your own participants already.
  • We also market to participants and providers in your area.
  • You will need to follow up on enquiries and prepare the required paperwork to become a support coordinator for participants that choose to use our services.
How Much Can I Make
  • We pay $60-$80 / hr (more in remote areas) as a contractor depending on your experience in Support Coordination.
How Often Am I Paid
  • You are paid weekly in arrears i.e. whatever hours you have billed that have been paid by providers during the last week will be paid into your bank account this week.
What Is The Next Step
If interested in applying for the role we require the following documents.
If you have any questions, please reach out.