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At Onemda we strive to enrich the lives of people with a disability through the design and delivery of progressive, responsive, and collaborative services. We are a team who is united by this purpose. With common values of mutual respect and understanding, we are committed to our participants, profession and each other.

Our people are at the centre of everything we do. We recognise that our strength is our teams’ individual experiences, abilities, and ideas. We embrace forward thinking and innovation, to continuously improve by challenging the status quo and evidence-based practises.  Our commitment to our team is to foster growth and professional develop, we offer internships and provide meaningful career pathways.

Onemda values diversity and building a workforce that reflects our community. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people with diverse backgrounds.

Our Recruitment Team is available to answer any questions on our advertised or volunteering roles. They are contactable via email, recruitment@onemda.com.au

 

If none of the availabe jobs suit you, you can also send an Expression of Interest to recruitment@onemda.com.au

 

Please note - it is a requirement that all Onemda team members hold a valid NDIS Worker Screening Check Clearance.  

For more information please visit, NDIS Worker Screening Check | NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

 


Positions Vacant

 


 

Quality Assurance Manager – Permanent Full or Part Time

 

We’re looking for a committed Quality Assurance Manager in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs who is eager to take a leading role in shaping and driving our quality and clinical assurance strategy. Think this might be you? Then read on…

 

About us

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support people to maximise their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential.

Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which operates eight campuses across Melbourne. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need enthusiastic, talented people who share our values. Are YOU the leader we’re looking for?

 

What this role involves

As our Quality Assurance Manager, you’ll work closely with our CEO, executive and leadership teams to build and develop the organisation’s quality and practice strategy in line with the best practice standards in assurance, risk, audit and compliance frameworks. The role will be responsible in leading a culture of continuous quality improvement, safeguards, and service value.

You will:

  • Develop, drive and evaluate the organisation’s quality assurance strategy
  • Create a quality assurance framework which supports the organisation’s current and future state needs
  • In partnership with Onemda’s Research & innovation Centre, strive for and embed sector-leading clinical quality and practice standards
  • Ensure clinical risks are effectively addressed including risk management, incident management and safeguards
  • Ensure compliance with best practice standards and legislative requirements in relation to clinical care
  • Support in building and inspiring a culture of continuous improvement ensuring participants and their families and carers receive high quality and valued services
  • Be responsible for developing and driving the organisation’s audit and compliance framework
  • Provide input and support with the organisation’s Governance Assurance Framework and Corporate Risk Register

 

What we’re looking for in you

To deliver what we need in this role, you will have:

  • Demonstrated capability to serve as a knowledgeable resource to the executive management team that provides the overall organisational leadership and direction to the organisation
  • Ability to lead, inspire and mentor a culture of proud standards and customer care
  • A proven track record in leading projects and establishing new operational processes and behaviours through a framework of cooperation and collegial support
  • Knowledge and experience in clinical and quality assurance programs and frameworks
  • Outstanding interpersonal relationship skills with strong collaboration and negotiating ability
  • Experience in creating a culture of engagement, collaboration and teamwork
  • Sound engagement skills with experience in managing multiple internal and external stakeholders

 

You will also have:

  • The right qualifications: a tertiary qualification in Quality, Risk and Compliance or related business field. An MBA or post graduate qualification in specialist areas such as quality and clinical assurance, broad organisational wide quality management systems, safety and leadership would be well regarded.  
  • Some relevant experience: At least three (3) years of progressive leadership experience in Quality Assurance  
  • Knowledge and understanding: You’ll know  the essential principles of the Disability Services Act 2006, the NDIS and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards. Plus, you’ll have experience upholding quality safeguards for people with a disability, and a sound knowledge of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights.

 

What you can expect from us

  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging benefits
  • Phone allowance
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • An environment committed to being supportive, innovative and focused on positive outcomes for the people we service
  • On-site parking

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply!

Please send a covering letter addressed to our People & Culture Lead, at recruitment@onemda.com.au, explaining why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for, and include contact details for two professional referees.  

 

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information please contact our People & Culture Lead, at recruitment@onemda.com.au

 

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 Vaccination.

 

Onemda Association
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.

 


Speech Pathologist

We’re looking for a Speech Pathologist to join our passionate and committed team to support people with disabilities across Melbourne. If you are keen to use and further develop your skills, this position could be for you…

 

ABOUT US

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support participants to maximise their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential.

Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which operates eight campuses across Melbourne’s East, North and West. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need passionate, talented people who share our values.

 

What this role involves:

As a Speech Therapist within our multidisciplinary Therapy Team, you will take a holistic, person-centred and flexible approach to designing and implementing individually-tailored, one-to-one programs which support the unique therapeutic needs of each participant, helping them achieve their goals and reach their potential.

Working with a highly-qualified and committed multidisciplinary team including occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech pathologists, exercise physiologists and allied health assistants, you will actively manage a diverse and challenging clinical caseload of predominantly young adults with a range of disabilities, from mild intellectual disability through to multiple and profound physical and intellectual disability.

Our high-quality therapy services are supported by a purpose-built Therapy Centre including warm water therapy pool, fully accessible gymnasium and modern treatment spaces. We also offer a mobile service travelling across our Onemda campuses, as well as home and community visits and flexible service delivery options such as telehealth.

 

What we are looking for in you:

  • Qualified Speech Pathologist with an interest in augmented and alternative communication (AAC) technology.
  • Current SPA Membership.
  • Passionate about empowering people to be more independent. 
  • Demonstrated knowledge of varied allied health team professional roles and responsibilities.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of family-centred approaches.
  • Experience in AAC and Eye gaze devises desirable but not essential.
  • 1-2 years’ experience preferred
  • Full or part-time hours negotiable

New Graduates will be considered.

 

What you can expect from us:

  • A remuneration package suited to your qualifications and experience
  • The chance to work with a team of highly skilled and passionate professionals
  • Supportive MDT working
  • Regular clinical and peer supervision
  • Flexible working between office and at home
  • Flexible working hours 
  • Dynamic and varied caseload mostly onsite but also in the community and in participant’s homes 
  • Loads of PD and research opportunities
  • Salary packaging options

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply!

Please send a covering letter addressed to People & Culture at recruitment@onemda.com.au, explaining how you meet the selection criteria we’ve outlined. Please also send a covering letter explaining why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for and include contact details for two professional referees.

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information, please contact our People & Culture team on 9842 1955 or email recruitment@onemda.com.au

OR, you can apply via SEEK here

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance, as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 vaccination.

Onemda Association
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.

 


People and Culture Manager – Permanent Full Time

 

We’re looking for a committed People and Culture Manager in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs who is eager to take a leading role in shaping and driving our workforce strategy. Think this might be you? Then read on…

 

About us

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support people to maximise their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential.

Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which operates eight campuses across Melbourne. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need enthusiastic, talented people who share our values. Are YOU the leader we’re looking for?

 

What this role involves

As our People and Culture Manager, you’ll work closely with our General Manager Shared Services and Onemda’s leadership team to driving transformational change in determining  Onemda’s workforce strategy. You will:

  • Introduce and embed a people capability framework and:
  • Provide robust and contemporary advice
  • Consolidate the learning and development program
  • Build, maintain and enable an agile and safety focussed culture across the organisation
  • Strengthen and streamline P&C policies and processes
  • Manage and undertake P&C operational functions.

 

What we’re looking for in you

To deliver what we need in this role, you will have:

  • Demonstrated capability to serve as a knowledgeable resource to the executive management team that provides overall organisational  leadership and direction
  • A proven track record with leading projects, establishing new operational processes and behaviours through effective change management
  • Experience in compiling and analysing employment data to inform decision making in relation to workforce strategic planning
  • Knowledge and experience in employment law, compensation, organisational planning, recruitment, organisation development, employee relations, safety, employee engagement and employee development
  • Outstanding interpersonal relationship skills with strong collaboration and negotiating ability,
  • Experience in creating a culture of engagement, collaboration and teamwork
  • Sound engagement skills with experience in managing multiple internal and external stakeholders

 

You will also have:

  • The right qualifications: a tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related business field . An MBA or post graduate qualification in specialist areas such as employment law, compensation, organisational planning, organisation development, employee relations, safety, training or industrial relations would be well regarded  
  • Some relevant experience: At least three (3) years of progressive leadership experience in People and Culture  
  • Knowledge and understanding: You’ll know  the essential principles of the Disability Services Act 2006, the NDIS and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards. Plus, you’ll have experience upholding quality safeguards for people with a disability, and a sound knowledge of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights.

 

What you can expect from us

  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging benefits
  • Phone allowance
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • An innovative and supportive environment
  • On-site parking

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply!

Please send a covering letter addressed to our General Manager, Shared Services at recruitment@onemda.com.au, explaining why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for, and include contact details for two professional referees.  

 

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information please contact our General Manager, Shared Services at recruitment@onemda.com.au

 

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 Vaccination.

 

Onemda Association
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.

 


Receptionist / Customer Service Officer

We’re looking for a committed RECEPTIONIST / CUSTOMER SERVICE OFFICER in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs who is eager to support people with a disability to achieve their goals. Think this might be you? Then read on…

 

About us

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support participants to maximize their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential. Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organization which operates eight campuses across Melbourne. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need enthusiastic, talented people who share our values. Are YOU the Customer Service Officer we’re looking for?

 

What this role involves

As our Receptionist, be the first point of contact for all visitors and enquiries to our campus at Doncaster East you will:

  • Greet all visitors to our campus and attend to all enquiries regarding our services along with the distribution of correspondence as required
  • You will undertake administration tasks as directed by management including but not limited to preparing correspondence, submissions and returns.
  • Access, maintain and update databases and assist with other data entry responsibilities
  • Support with events and activities as required including planning catering requirements.
  • General office duties as detailed in the position description
  • Consistently live and demonstrate the Onemda Values of leadership, development, respect, welcoming, caring and supportive

 

What we’re looking for in you

To deliver what we need in this role, you will be:

  • Warm welcoming individual
  • A person with a high level of interpersonal skills, both written and verbal, including an ability to represent and negotiate on behalf of the organisation
  • Able to demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively with persons with a disability, their families, staff and advocates
  • A customer focused individual who has a high level of problem solving skills as well as initiative and professionalism

 

You will also have:

  • Strong organisational and time management skills
  • High attention to detail
  • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
  • Enthusiastic, professional and customer focused

 

What you can expect from us

  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging benefits
  • Salary range of $57,000 to $63,000 with the option for job sharing to be considered
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • An innovative and supportive environment
  • On-site parking

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply!

Please send a covering letter explaining detailing how you meet the selection criteria we’ve outlined and why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for. Please also include contact details for two professional referees.

 

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information please contact our People & Culture Manager at recruitment@onemda.com.au

 

OR, you can apply via SEEK here

 

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 Vaccination.

 

Onemda Association
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.

 


 

 Group Services Manager -  Parental Leave Contract 

 

We’re looking for a committed Group Services Manager in Melbourne’s northern suburbs who is eager to support people with a disability to achieve their goals. Think this might be you? Then read on… 

 

About us 

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support people to maximise their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential.  

Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which operates eight campuses across Melbourne. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need enthusiastic, talented people who share our values. Are YOU the leader we’re looking for? 

 

What this role involves 

As our Group Services Manager – Northern Region, you’ll work closely with our General Manager Services and a great team to deliver group learning and support services  at our campuses across Melbourne’s North. You will: 

  • Manage and coordinate the delivery of group services, ensuring  these maximise engagement and deliver real outcomes for participants 
  • Be the go-to person for families and carers, prioritising clear communication and participant wellbeing 
  • Oversee intake and exit processes as people move in and out of the service 
  • Make sure we remain compliant with our obligations under funding arrangements and service agreements 
  • Lead and actively participate in projects to improve services, and drive continuous improvement within your team 

 

What we’re looking for in you 

To deliver what we need in this role, you will be: 

  • An exceptional leader and mentor, who sets the standards for your team by the way you work yourself 
  • Committed to putting people at the centre of everything you do 
  • Dedicated to innovative service delivery and quality outcomes 
  • A strong communicator, with excellent  written and verbal communication skills 
  • Adept at resolving conflict, managing complaints, and supporting positive behaviour 
  • A problem-solver, who can identify creative solutions to challenging issues 
  • An experienced project manager who is comfortable managing change 
  • A multi-tasker who can set priorities, meet timelines and manage competing demands. 

 

You will also have: 

  • The right qualifications: a relevant tertiary qualification.  If you have a management qualification or are working towards one, that’s even better. 
  • Some relevant experience: At least three (3) years managing teams in the disability sector or another similar sector  
  • Knowledge and understanding: You’ll know the essential principles of the Disability Services Act 2006, the NDIS and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards. Plus, you’ll have experience upholding quality safeguards for people with a disability, and a sound knowledge of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights. 

 

What you can expect from us 

  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging benefits 
  • Phone and car allowance 
  • Flexible working arrangements 
  • An innovative and supportive environment 
  • On-site parking 

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply! 

 

Please send a covering letter explaining why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for, and include contact details for two professional referees.  

 

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information please contact our People & Culture Manager at recruitment@onemda.com.au

  

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 Vaccination. 

 

Onemda Association 
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East 

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.

 


Group ServicesEducator - Northern Suburbs

 

We’re looking for a committed Educator in Melbourne’s Northern suburbs who is a passionate about developing programs for people with a disability to achieve their goals. Think this might be you? Then read on…

 

About us

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support participants to maximise their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential.

Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which operates eight campuses across Melbourne. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need enthusiastic, talented people who share our values.

Are YOU the Educator we’re looking for?

 

What this role involves

Working alongside Campus Coordinators, Educators are responsible for delivering high quality programs and support in response to the needs and interests of participants.

 

You will:

  • Developing and delivering programs that are outcome focused and meet participant goals and aspirations 
  • Conducting program risk assessments to ensure the safe delivery planned activities.
  • Mentoring and enabling Educator Supports to deliver high quality programs safely and effectively.
  • Supporting participants to engage in recreational and learning programs.
  • Ensuring the well-being and safety of participants, and exercising duty of care to participants, staff and members of the community. 
  • Working cooperatively and maintaining effective communication in a manner appropriate to participant needs.
  • Providing personal care in a responsible and safe manner.
  • Working closely with families and engaging in planning meetings to ensure participants goals are being met.
  • Ensuring participants’ care plans and other documentation is kept up to date and reviewed annually or as required.

 

What we’re looking for in you

To deliver what we need in this role, you will be:

  • Committed to putting people at the centre of everything you do
  • Dedicated to innovative service delivery and quality outcomes
  • A natural communicator, with sound written and verbal communication skills
  • An ability to exercise sound judgement and independent decision making relating to participants’ needs, their well-being and their programs
  • Further qualifications in disability or community services will be highly regarded
  • Experience in developing programs or learning plans
  • A “can-do” attitude and willingness to learn and try new things
  • Strong organisational and time management skills

 

You will also have:

  • A current Drivers’ License
  • Your Working with Children Check and an NDIS Workers’ Screening Check
  • The right qualifications: A Cert 3 in Disability or Cert 3 in Training and Assessment or higher education in a relevant field. If you have a disability or community services qualification or are working towards one, that’s even better.
  • Some relevant experience: Experience developing programs and activities of learning in an adult learning, disability learning, or another similar, organisation
  • Knowledge and understanding: You’ll be across the essential principles of the Disability Services Act 2006, the NDIS and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards. Plus, you’ll have experience upholding quality safeguards for people with a disability, and a sound knowledge of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights.

 

What you can expect from us

  • Stable roster; Monday to Friday 8.30am – 4pm
  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging benefits
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • On-site parking

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply!

Please send a covering letter explaining detailing how you meet the selection criteria we’ve outlined and why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for. Please also include contact details for two professional referees.

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information please contact our People & Culture Manager at recruitment@onemda.com.au

OR, you can apply via SEEK here

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 Vaccination.

 

Onemda Association
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.

 


Group ServicesEducator - Eastern Suburbs

 

We’re looking for a committed Educator in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs who is a passionate about developing programs for people with a disability to achieve their goals. Think this might be you? Then read on…

 

About us

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support participants to maximise their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential.

Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which operates eight campuses across Melbourne. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need enthusiastic, talented people who share our values.

Are YOU the Educator we’re looking for?

 

What this role involves

Working alongside Campus Coordinators, Educators are responsible for delivering high quality programs and support in response to the needs and interests of participants.

 

You will:

  • Developing and delivering programs that are outcome focused and meet participant goals and aspirations 
  • Conducting program risk assessments to ensure the safe delivery planned activities.
  • Mentoring and enabling Educator Supports to deliver high quality programs safely and effectively.
  • Supporting participants to engage in recreational and learning programs.
  • Ensuring the well-being and safety of participants, and exercising duty of care to participants, staff and members of the community. 
  • Working cooperatively and maintaining effective communication in a manner appropriate to participant needs.
  • Providing personal care in a responsible and safe manner.
  • Working closely with families and engaging in planning meetings to ensure participants goals are being met.
  • Ensuring participants’ care plans and other documentation is kept up to date and reviewed annually or as required.

 

What we’re looking for in you

To deliver what we need in this role, you will be:

  • Committed to putting people at the centre of everything you do
  • Dedicated to innovative service delivery and quality outcomes
  • A natural communicator, with sound written and verbal communication skills
  • An ability to exercise sound judgement and independent decision making relating to participants’ needs, their well-being and their programs
  • Further qualifications in disability or community services will be highly regarded
  • Experience in developing programs or learning plans
  • A “can-do” attitude and willingness to learn and try new things
  • Strong organisational and time management skills

 

You will also have:

  • A current Drivers’ License
  • Your Working with Children Check and an NDIS Workers’ Screening Check
  • The right qualifications: A Cert 3 in Disability or Cert 3 in Training and Assessment or higher education in a relevant field. If you have a disability or community services qualification or are working towards one, that’s even better.
  • Some relevant experience: Experience developing programs and activities of learning in an adult learning, disability learning, or another similar, organisation
  • Knowledge and understanding: You’ll be across the essential principles of the Disability Services Act 2006, the NDIS and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards. Plus, you’ll have experience upholding quality safeguards for people with a disability, and a sound knowledge of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights.

 

What you can expect from us

  • Stable roster; Monday to Friday 8.30am – 4pm
  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging benefits
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • On-site parking

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply!

Please send a covering letter explaining detailing how you meet the selection criteria we’ve outlined and why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for. Please also include contact details for two professional referees.

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information please contact our People & Culture Manager at recruitment@onemda.com.au

 

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 Vaccination.

 

Onemda Association
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.

 


Group ServicesEducator Support - Northern Suburbs

 

We’re looking for a committed Educator Support in Melbourne’s Northern suburbs who is a passionate about supporting people with a disability to achieve their goals. Think this might be you? Then read on…

 

About us

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support participants to maximise their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential.

Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which operates eight campuses across Melbourne. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need enthusiastic, talented people who share our values.

Are YOU the Educator Support we’re looking for?

 

What this role involves

Working alongside Campus Coordinators and Educators, Educator Supports are responsible for delivering high quality programs and support in response to the needs and interests of participants.

You will:

  • Contributing to the development and delivery of programs that are outcome focused and meet participant goals and aspirations
  • Supporting participants to engage in recreational and learning programs
  • Ensuring the well-being and safety of participants, and exercising duty of care to participants, other staff and members of the community
  • Monitoring and supporting the safe involvement of participants in community-based activities
  • Working cooperatively and maintaining effective communication in a manner appropriate to participant needs
  • Providing personal care in a responsible and safe manner.

 

What we’re looking for in you

To deliver what we need in this role, you will be:

  • Committed to putting people at the centre of everything you do
  • Have experience and/or special interest in working with people with an intellectual disability, including people with additional complex needs
  • A “can-do” attitude and willingness to learn and try new things
  • A natural communicator, both written and verbal.
  • Friendly disposition and ability to work in a team environment and autonomously
  • Strong organisational and time management skills

 

You will also have:

  • A current Drivers’ License
  • Your Working with Children Check and an NDIS Workers’ Screening Check
  • The right qualifications: A Cert 3 in Disability or another relevant field. If you have a disability or community services qualification or are working towards one, that’s even better.
  • Some relevant experience: Experience developing programs and activities of learning in an adult learning, disability learning, or another similar, organisation
  • Knowledge and understanding: You’ll be across the essential principles of the Disability Services Act 2006, the NDIS and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards. Plus, you’ll have experience upholding quality safeguards for people with a disability, and a sound knowledge of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights.

 

What you can expect from us

  • We have several opportunities for people who are interested in working a standard Monday – Friday week, 9am – 3pm.  
  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging benefits
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • On-site parking

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply!

Please send a covering letter explaining detailing how you meet the selection criteria we’ve outlined and why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for. Please also include contact details for two professional referees.

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information please contact our People & Culture Manager at recruitment@onemda.com.au

 

OR, you can apply via SEEK here

 

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 Vaccination.

 

Onemda Association
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.


Group ServicesEducator Support - Eastern Suburbs

 

We’re looking for a committed Educator Support in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs who is a passionate about supporting people with a disability to achieve their goals. Think this might be you? Then read on…

 

About us

At Onemda, we’re passionate about supporting adults with intellectual disability in learning and life. For more than 50 years, we’ve been delivering a unique mix of learning and therapeutic services which support participants to maximise their wellbeing, achieve their goals and reach their potential.

Today, Onemda is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which operates eight campuses across Melbourne. Our team is progressive and responsive, committed to research, innovation and best practice to deliver real, measurable outcomes. To continue to grow and improve, we need enthusiastic, talented people who share our values.

Are YOU the Educator Support we’re looking for?

 

What this role involves

Working alongside Campus Coordinators and Educators, Educator Supports are responsible for delivering high quality programs and support in response to the needs and interests of participants.

You will:

  • Contributing to the development and delivery of programs that are outcome focused and meet participant goals and aspirations
  • Supporting participants to engage in recreational and learning programs
  • Ensuring the well-being and safety of participants, and exercising duty of care to participants, other staff and members of the community
  • Monitoring and supporting the safe involvement of participants in community-based activities
  • Working cooperatively and maintaining effective communication in a manner appropriate to participant needs
  • Providing personal care in a responsible and safe manner.

 

What we’re looking for in you

To deliver what we need in this role, you will be:

  • Committed to putting people at the centre of everything you do
  • Have experience and/or special interest in working with people with an intellectual disability, including people with additional complex needs
  • A “can-do” attitude and willingness to learn and try new things
  • A natural communicator, both written and verbal.
  • Friendly disposition and ability to work in a team environment and autonomously
  • Strong organisational and time management skills

 

You will also have:

  • A current Drivers’ License
  • Your Working with Children Check and an NDIS Workers’ Screening Check
  • The right qualifications: A Cert 3 in Disability or another relevant field. If you have a disability or community services qualification or are working towards one, that’s even better.
  • Some relevant experience: Experience developing programs and activities of learning in an adult learning, disability learning, or another similar, organisation
  • Knowledge and understanding: You’ll be across the essential principles of the Disability Services Act 2006, the NDIS and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards. Plus, you’ll have experience upholding quality safeguards for people with a disability, and a sound knowledge of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights.

 

What you can expect from us

  • We have several opportunities for people who are interested in working a standard Monday – Friday week, 9am – 3pm.  
  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging benefits
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • On-site parking

 

Interested? Here’s how to apply!

Please send a covering letter explaining detailing how you meet the selection criteria we’ve outlined and why you believe you’re the person we’re looking for. Please also include contact details for two professional referees.

You can find the full position description here and, if you’d like more information please contact our People & Culture Manager at recruitment@onemda.com.au

Please note that we can only employ people who have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance as this is now mandatory for all workers in risk assessed roles, plus you must provide evidence of full COVID-19 Vaccination.

 

Onemda Association
123 Andersons Creek Road, Doncaster East

Onemda is an equal opportunity employer.


Volunteering

Volunteers assist Onemda staff support our participants in the many programs and activities. To enquire about volunteering at Onemda please contact the Volunteering Coordinator: