Be A Support Coordinator Recovery Coach Support Worker Mentor Behaviour Support Practitioner Lifechanger

Work in the NDIS sector in a role that has an impact, with the flexibility to work at your pace with the support you need to succeed.

Hey! 

I’m Mark. If you’re reading this, you’re likely wondering what it takes to join our team and join us working to make the NDIS Work.

 

Ability Links and the Orbit family are a tight-knit bunch that work with a common goal to make the NDIS work for people living with a disability. As an organisation we are not purely focused on profit; we focus on being sustainable and impactful. We want to be making a difference in the long term. 

 

As an employer, we are fair and flexible with those that are a good fit with our mission and values. 

We Celebrate Differences, find Similarities to Make the NDIS Work

At Ability Links we work with the mentality that if you look hard enough, there is more that unites people than divides us. We love to share our wins, our passions, the good days and the hard moments. Let’s tackle challenges head on together!

 

Do our Vibes match?

Let's Talk About The Work Our NDIS Team Delivers

Support Coordinator

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AKA.. Support Wrangler

Support Coordinators help NDIS participants to use their plan. They focus on helping people to avoid and respond to crisis's and help people to navigate support that may help them to be safe and take ground in life. It's a tricky role, but it can be worth it.

Minimum Qualification
Cert IV in Community Services or Equivalent.
Bachelors degree in relevant area of study for Specialist Support Coordination

Support Worker

Inclusive group
AKA.. Expert helpers

Support workers are a little more experienced than mentors. They can help people to meet their needs at home and in the community. A good Support Worker is versatile and has a wide variety of skills. They can help people to shower, have personal care needs met and are an indispensable part of the lives of the people we support.

Minimum Qualification
Cert IV in Individual Supports or Equivalent

Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

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AKA.. Expert Listeners

Behaviour Support Practitioners are skilled, patient, compassionate and determined to safeguard the rights and safety of NDIS participants and their families. They should work to help people to understand themselves, relationships and work to help people to eliminate restrictive practices and behaviours of concern.

Minimum Qualification
Experience working with people that exhibit challenging behaviour, Clinical aptitude and Registration as a practitioner with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

Mentor

Young man with Down syndrome with his mentoring friend sitting outdoors in cafe and studying
AKA.. Life Skills Coach

Mentors have a wide variety of skills, hobbies and interests. They love helping people, they are patients and willing to help people to learn and develop their capacity and overcome barriers. This can range from helping with cleaning a home, to helping someone to learn how to use a computer or cook.

Minimum Qualification
Entry level- Requiring right aptitude, personality and preferably lived experience of a disability, with transferrable skills

Recovery Coach

Psychosocial Recovery Coach Talking to anxious person
AKA.. Psychosocial Recovery Coach

Recovery Coaches use lived and learned experience to help people with Psychosocial Disabilities to Navigate the NDIS and their Psychosocial Disability through a combination of coaching skills, practical support and community connecting activities.

Minimum Qualification
Cert IV in Mental Health

Supported Employment

Cheerful Student With Disability At Home

Our team enjoys supporting one another and accepts people living with a disability. We often work to create roles for people of all abilities. Our goal is to see people move towards mainstream work, self employment. We even host a co-working space for people with a disability that want to be independent, but with support.

Minimum Qualification
A can do attitude

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Frequently Asked Questions

To work for Ability Links and all registered NDIS providers there are a few mandatory things that we need.

Most of our team have families and we believe strongly in having a positive work life balance. We utilise a CRM that allows our support workers to see what work is availiable and allows us to match our workers and participants to get the best fit. It allows you to work with people that suit you, your skills and abilities.

Many of the team choose to be casual workers or contractors. Giving them control over their hours, caseloads and income.

We are focused on impact and sustainability. We are not profit centred. We focus on outcomes for the people we support, employee satisfaction and set each other up for success. This means having debriefing and career development opportunities available.

Ability Links’ mission is linked to improving services and opportunities for people with a disability. For the right people we offer support and consulting packages for those needing our help to improve or provide continuity or service, advice or debriefing.