ROSTERING OFFICER – Community-based Support
Polish your scheduling skills in this large, fast-paced unit, confident that this is one role that will continue to rapidly grow beyond the reach of robots!
- Be part of a large professional team inner south
- Thoughtfully planned, 7-day week rotating roster
- Several roles available. Very competitive salary packaging
Right people – right places – right time.
Highly reputed and established for more than 50 years, this community-based support organisation is committed to leading social change, strengthening families and supporting people who are aged, infirm, have illness or live with disabilities.
As NDIS and CDC have taken hold, its services have expanded exponentially. And of course, with that, comes a need for more, well trained, responsive rostering officers to ensure that each and every client and customer can rely on the support they need – when and where it’s required.
Sounds simple enough doesn’t it? But if you are one of the experienced rostering officers we’re hoping to meet, you know that couldn’t be further from the reality.
To be a really ace rostering officer , you need to be a very special type of person.
Smart, resilient and confident, great with people, a problem solver, data magician and a puzzle devotee, who loves nothing better than bringing together all the ever-changing pieces to create a stable and efficient roster.
Good rostering officers always expect the unexpected; aim for the best; provide for the worst and find great satisfaction in making a tough job look easy!
Your on-the-job skills include a warm and genuine phone manner, common sense, understanding and a sound working knowledge of NDIS, CBA and EBA and the TRACCS/AURION data base systems.
A positive attitude and willingness to ‘give it a go’, significant previous rostering/ scheduling experience, excellent time management and interpersonal communication skills, a National Police Certificate and a Blue Card with a Yellow Card exemption – or willingness to obtain – will all add lustre to your application.
This is a good place to be in a growth sector with a high-profile, supportive organisation.
Already, with the roll-out of NDIS, this unit has grown and flourished – and shows every sign of going on from strength to strength. So, if growth, strong experience and job security are part of your agenda, get your application in now. Several fulltime (rostered) roles are on offer.
To be considered for this role, please forward your cover letter and your resume in WORD format quoting reference number CRRSCS-Web to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Candice Robertson on 07 3211 0001.