- Exciting new role based in Narrabundah
- Enjoy excellent salary packaging options
- Free parking at usual work location
We are looking for passionate and motivated people who are keen to join our agile, fun, responsive organisation, and who share our commitment to enhancing quality of life of clients.
We are seeking an experienced, highly skilled Team Leader who is excited by new challenges and passionate about leading our new Case Management team to support clients to achieve individual goals.
About our Case Manager Coordinator role and employee rewards:
- Permanent part-time position – hours to be negotiated
- Annual salary range – $88,761 to $92,773, commensurate with qualifications and experience, plus 10.5% superannuation
- Excellent salary packaging options that allow you to spend $18,550 of your pre-tax salary on everyday expenses (eg. rent, mortgage, groceries, school fees, etc) and entertainment (eg. eating out), significantly increasing your take home pay. Other packaging options are also available (eg. Superannuation)
- Free parking in usual work location (CS#1 Head Office – Narrabundah)
- Staff Health and Wellbeing program, including additional leave to help you refresh and manage your total health
- Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award Level 5
What you will be responsible for as the Case Manager Coordinator:
- Case management coordination for the Southern New South Wales Local Hospital District’s (SNSWLHD) Out of Hospital Care program
- Administering and monitoring OHC program workflow
- Ensuring OHC Team is meeting KPIs
- Mentoring and supporting a team of OHC Case Managers across the SNSWLHD
- Facilitate successful relationships with SNSWLHD staff and CS#1’s service brokers
- Oversee effective application of OHC package budgets
- Facilitate successful referrals to other service providers
To be successful in the Case Manager Coordinator role, you will:
- Demonstrate experience in leading a team to deliver program and client outcomes
- Demonstrate experience, or ability to, successfully leave a remote team
- Demonstrate ability to work with clients with diverse cultural, emotional and social needs with health goals ranging from rehabilitation to disability support to end of life
- Have strong interpersonal, engagement and relationship building skills
- Be available to travel across NSW, as required
- Hold, or be willing to obtain, record of vaccination (in accordance with the NSW Ministry of Health Occupational Assessment, Screening and Vaccination Against Specified Infection Diseases Policy Directive, Category A role requirements)
- NSW Working with Children Check
- National Police Check
- ACT Working with Vulnerable People Card
- Current Driver Licence and own vehicle
- Current First Aid Certificate
- Up to date COVID vaccination status
If this sounds like you, apply now! Indicate your interest by submitting your resume with a cover letter of no more than two pages to CS1Recruitment@communityservices1.org
For more information about our recruitment process, please call Linda (People and Culture) on 02 6126 4736
For more information about the role, please call Kelly Altenburg, Operations Director Community and Wellbeing, on 02 6126 4755
Community Services #1 acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work.
We pay our respect to their Elders – past, present and emerging. We recognise their contribution to creating a thriving community through the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Australia’s First Peoples.
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