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WORK WITH US

Northside offers a working environment that focuses on teamwork, inclusivity, and flexibility. You will work alongside colleagues who share your passion for achieving the best outcomes for people with disabilities. We operate in an atmosphere of mutual respect and genuine caring between staff, service users and the wider community.

As an organisation we encourage career development and support our employees to further develop their knowledge and skills in order to maximise potential and have long-term, rewarding careers. We also offer a range of competitive benefits for our staff which are outlined in each of the position descriptions.

If you are interested in joining our Northside team, please see our current vacancies listed below. We will review all applications and contact candidates who are successful in proceeding to the interview stage.

Contact Information
If you would like to learn more about our rewarding careers at Northside or discuss any advertised roles, please contact Rebecca Millner, HR Advisor.
Phone: 9905 5377
Email: hr@northside-enterprise.org.au

Job Vacancies

We are looking for experienced, enthusiastic, innovative people to join our growing team. Our dedicated staff are passionate about supporting adults with developmental disabilities to grow and learn and flourish while working together to create an incredible team.

Role

We are currently looking for full-time or part-time Individual Support Coordinators to join our team. The Individual Support Coordinator role offers a unique opportunity to deliver quality, person centred services to people with intellectual and/or multiple disabilities. The successful candidate will be responsible for facilitating and encouraging independence, skills development and social participation for service users.

Essential criteria

  • Working experience in case management or key-worker in developing person-centred plans for people with disabilities and individual training program development for the achievement of their personal goals;
  • Working experience in the provision of supports and services for people with intellectual and/or multiple disabilities with varying needs;
  • Experience with active support and positive behaviour support;
  • Good verbal and written communication skills; and
  • A reliable team player with a positive attitude and a flexible approach to work.

Desirable criteria

  • Previous experience as a Disability Support Worker would be ideal;
  • Experience using Microsoft Office;
  • Knowledge of NDIS Practice Standards and Disability Services Standards; and
  • Certificate III In Disability Work or other tertiary qualifications relevant to supporting or training people with disabilities.

Conditions

  • Valid Driver’s license;
  • Covid vaccinations as per NSW Health legislations;
  • Current NDIS worker screening check (or the ability to obtain one); and
  • A valid first aid certificate (or willingness to obtain).

Benefits

Our organisation offers a fun, supportive and collaborative working environment. In addition to this, we also offer:

  • Competitive salary package;
  • FBT benefits for our permanent staff;
  • Generous staff development training, including a 2-week paid induction;
  • Career development opportunities;
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program;
  • 5 extra personal leave days per year (pro-rated for part-time staff); and
  • Flexible work opportunities.

To apply

To take the first step towards a career at Northside, please contact our HR Advisor, Rebecca Millner on 9905 5377 or email hr@northside-enterprise.org.au

Are you looking for a job where you can make a real difference and kick-start your new or changing career providing disability support? Are you also looking to find a role that offers flexibility so you can work around your lifestyle? If so, this could be the perfect job for you!

About Northside Enterprise Inc

Based in Brookvale on Sydney‘s Northern Beaches, Northside Enterprise has an excellent reputation for providing quality, person-centred programs for adults with developmental disabilities since 1994. We offer innovative, individualised programs focusing on skill development, independent living, employment, social skills and community participation and inclusion.

We are looking for experienced, enthusiastic, innovative people to join our growing team. Our dedicated staff are passionate about supporting adults with developmental disabilities to grow and learn and flourish while working together to create an incredible team.

Role

We are currently looking for part-time or casual Disability Support Workers to join our energetic team. This exciting role is responsible for delivering quality services to people with intellectual and/or multiple disabilities. The successful candidates will be responsible for encouraging independence, skills development and social participation for service users. We have roles available in our day program (shifts are generally between 9am – 3pm, with some earlier and later start times available), as well as casual weekend shifts with our very enjoyable flexible respite program.

Essential criteria

  • Acquired training and competencies in implementing person centred services for people with intellectual and/or multiple disabilities;
  • Experience providing active support and positive behaviour support;
  • Good verbal and written communication skills; and
  • A reliable and motivated team player with a positive attitude.

Desirable criteria

  • Knowledge of NDIS Practice Standards and Disability Services Standards; and
  • Certificate III In Disability Work or other tertiary qualifications relevant to supporting or training people with disabilities.

Conditions

  • Valid Driver’s license;
  • Covid vaccinations as per NSW Health legislations;
  • Current NDIS worker screening check (or the ability to obtain one); and
  • A valid first aid certificate (or willingness to obtain).

Benefits

Our organisation offers a fun, supportive and collaborative working environment. In addition to this, we also offer:

  • Competitive salary package;
  • FBT benefits for our permanent staff;
  • Generous staff development training, including a 2-week paid induction;
  • Career development opportunities;
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program;
  • 5 extra personal leave days per year (pro-rated for part-time, permanent staff); and
  • Flexible work opportunities.

To apply

To take the first step towards a career at Northside, please contact our HR Advisor, Rebecca Millner on 9905 5377 or email hr@northside-enterprise.org.au.