Senior Coordinator NDIS – Clarence Region

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.

Job Description

In the role you will be responsible for growing and coordinating a portfolio of clients within our Disability Outreach, Centre based and Short term accommodation. You will work with a Community Support Manager to ensure the continued growth of the portfolio, meeting community need by facilitating the delivery of high quality programs.

This is a hands on role, with responsibilities including;

  • Coordination of support staff to provide community support to people with a disability, through our Outreach, Centre based and In Home services.
  • Management of the rostering system and client data collection
  • Support growth of the business through engagement with community

Desired Skills and Experience

You are a passionate, experienced disability services leader with a proven track record of managing within the NDIS/Disability space. You can problem-solve, work in a team and independently, and you’re committed to service excellence.


Qualification in Individual Support or other related field at Cert IV minimum.

Current unencumbered Driver’s Licence

Current Working With Children Check

Skills & Experience

  • 3-5 years’ experience working in a community or disability setting/service (or similar).
  • Capacity to interpret and work within relevant program guidelines and to monitor service provision within a given budget
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills and well developed interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution/mediation, networking, negotiation and advocacy skills.
  • Understanding of social disadvantage and commitment to the rights of Indigenous and other people living with disability and/or mental illness.

Working with Momentum means you’ll be part of an organisation which creates positive and lasting change in people’s lives


  • In-house training and career development to support your future goals
  • Our Employee Assistance Program includes free counselling, well-being coaching, nutrition coaching and financial coaching
  • Our BRAVO rewards and recognition program celebrates your contribution
  • Salary packaging options to increase take home pay and access to discounts and rewards

Momentum Collective is committed to creating social change and inclusive opportunities for everyone. We promote diversity when recruiting our team and are guided by our core values of trust and respect, wellbeing, innovation, working well together and being gracious. We respect the special place our nation’s first people hold in our communities and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, LGBTIQ+ community, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and of mature age.

We strongly encourage our workforce to be fully vaccinated against Covid19 and the seasonal flu

Interested in this position?

To Apply

Please click the “Apply” button to upload your resume and cover letter.

For Enquiries: please contact Darren McCarthy on 02 6650 0874

Applications close: 9.00am Friday 19th November (please note that we may contact shortlisted candidates for an interview before the closing date)

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work and pay our respects to their elders past and present.

Momentum Collective

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