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Part time Options Facilitator NSW

About Synapse
 
 

Part time Options Facilitator NSW

  • 38 Hours/fortnight, 12-month fixed term contract
  • This role can either be based in Parramatta or Gosford NSW
  • Opportunity to join a passionate, driven and committed team

 


Over the past 35 years, Synapse-Australia's Brain Injury Organisation, has grown to employ around 120 people.  We provide a range of services nationally, including information and referral, specialist supports, National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) services, advocacy, housing and targeted research activities.  Synapse promotes quality of life, self-determination and choice.  Our mission is to ensure the rights of people impacted by brain injury, by connecting knowledge, policy, services and systems.

 

About the role:

The role of Options Facilitator will be to work as part of the Information and Referral service, responding to enquiries on all issues relating to brain disorders. The Options team's primary role is to listen and respond to the concerns of the individual, discuss the type of assistance or information that may be appropriate and assist the individual to access information and support. The response may include the provision of:

  • appropriate capacity building resources,
  • information sessions, and/or
  • referral to other specialist services.

 

The Options Facilitator will work as part of the National Options team to continue to establish, grow and advertise Synapse' Information and Referral services throughout the state and in a broader context, nationwide. The Options Facilitator will also contribute to new partnerships in the sector which provide opportunities for capacity building activities and future growth for the organisation.

 

 

About you:

To be suitable for this role, candidates need to meet the following Selection Criteria:

  • Knowledge of legislation and standards relevant to the disability sector and underpinning the NDIS
  • An awareness of the challenges faced by families of/ and people with Neurocognitive Disorders
  • Competence in Microsoft Office programs and client information systems
  • Build rapport and develop mutually beneficial relationships all stakeholders
  • Experience in training, networking and increasing referral pathways to Synapse and generating community awareness of brain injury and related services
  • Well-developed communication skills communicating with people with disabilities, their families, community agencies and other professionals in a person-centred framework


 

Synapse can offer you:

  • A warm, flexible and supportive work environment
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Significant Salary Sacrificing options
  • Proximity to public transport

 

To request additional information or for a copy of the position description, email to Synapse at recruitment@synapse.org.au

 

There are certain prerequisites for this role that you must either hold or be eligible to obtain. Detailed information is available in the position description.

 


 

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Application steps

APPLICATIONS CLOSE:

This position will be advertised until the close of business on Sunday, 25/08/2019.  Please note, we reserve the right to close or extend this advertisement depending on the number and quality of applications received. Therefore, we urge all suitable candidates to submit their application as early as possible.

 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted on this occasion. We thank you in advance for considering this opportunity.

 

 

 

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