Community Engagement & Skills Development Supervisor
Possability is an Australian non-profit organisation, providing quality individual and flexible support options to people with disability, children and young people with a history of adversity.
We have a vision for a world where everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential. We believe that freedom and independence are fundamental human rights. We are committed to providing a quality service designed to be responsive and flexible to individual needs to enable people to achieve their personal goals.
Who we are looking for:
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new service that will contribute to building capacity for people with disabilities and placing them within a work environment that will see them thrive. Reporting to the Employment and Skills Development Manager, you will lead a team of Support Professionals to successfully deliver community-based activities that focus on skill development. The focus is to prepare, develop, and build confidence for the participant to be ready for employment.
In this role you will:
- Lead and create an individualised community-based service that builds capacity for individuals to be involved within the workforce.
- Develop, plan, enact and supervise the implementation of individualised developmental programs, based on ‘active support’ principals, in accordance with agreed goals.
- Provide regular and appropriate performance feedback to employees and identify, nurture and source talent.
Essential skills required
- Advanced Diploma / Diploma of Disability or experience deemed to be equivalent.
- Experience in a supervisory role within a disability related service (desirable)
This is not a clock-in, clock-out job. We want you to bring your whole person to work – your compassion and resilience, and also your sense of humour and creativity.
Before you consider submitting an application take a moment to review our values and the PD – Community Engagement and Skills Development Supervisor
For more information email us at email@example.com or call 1300 067 067.
Applications must be submitted via our website by 9 am 25th of September, 2020.
Our organisation is committed to protecting children and young people from harm. We require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment.