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Working With NADO
Here at NADO we pride ourselves on delivering high-quality services to the community while bringing a positive experience for our participants to lead meaningful lives.
We actively lead the way in building the skills and abilities of our participants through supported development programs. We do this by putting the needs of our participants first and working closely with them every step of the way, inspiring them in a way that makes a positive difference in their lives.
We thrive on building an honest, empowering, transparent, engaging and collaborative culture where you are provided the opportunity to diversify your skill set and provide opportunities to continually develop your career.
Our Ideal Candidates
We employ professional and quality people who have the best interest of our participants at heart through their dedication, commitment, and loyalty. We celebrate diversity and welcome people of all ages.
Why Choose NADO?
If you would like to be part of a dedicated team and within a workplace that cares about their employees then NADO is the right career path for you. You will have the opportunity work within a meaningful role and will be rewarded for your efforts. Also - when becoming an employee of NADO you will be offered additional benefits such as the NADO VIP Discount Card and salary packaging options.
Speech Pathologist (SP) – The SP will be responsible in delivering services to optimise the quality of life and wellbeing of NADO participants by conducting comprehensive assessments of individuals functional needs; receptive and expressive language; swallowing and communication aids; and holistic lifestyle assessment along with associated goal setting. To apply, please email your CV along with a covering letter providing a brief summary of your previous experience to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Occupational Therapist (OT) - The OT will be responsible in delivering services to optimise the quality of life and wellbeing of NADO participants by conducting comprehensive assessments of individuals functional needs; sensory assessment and profiling; mobility assessment and equipment provision; and holistic lifestyle assessment along with associated goal setting. To apply, please email your CV along with a covering letter providing a brief summary of your previous experience to email@example.com.
Participant Facilitator - NADO is seeking an experienced facilitator who has the ability to coordinate a range of activities that will assist representative participants at NADO to be involved and speak up about what’s important to our client group. The position will see you lead, guide, support and represent a group of NADO participants with an intellectual disability to:
- gather thoughts, opinions and feedback about NADO services
- gather information about service gaps or ideas for new or improved services
The role will involve;
- supporting members of the group to collate the information and present to the Board of NADO or management
- supporting leadership succession from the group for its continuation beyond funding
The position is a fixed term contract ending on the 30th June 2020. The position requires some flexibility with availability as the meetings could be held during the day, afternoons or early evenings. The working hours of the position are approximately 5 hours per week. Previous experience in advocacy would be an advantage.
If this sounds just like what you are looking for please email through your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with a covering letter outlining the skills suited to the position or if you wish to obtain further information, please contact Denise Heath 02 9623 9855. Closing date 30th November 2019.
Support Coordination - 1 x fixed term contract and 1 x part time position
NADO is a community-based charity organization that supports people with disabilities, their families and carers in the Nepean region including the Hawkesbury, Blue Mountains, Penrith suburbs and surrounding areas. We have an exciting position for a passionate individual who enjoys coordinating supports for people with disabilities. The role is responsible for advocating and providing information to participants and families to enable them to get the NDIS services and supports that they need.
This is truly a fantastic opportunity to be part of a rewarding, supportive and passionate culture that prioritizes the needs of the participants first. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate broad experience in implementing services and programs for people with a disability.
Previous experience in a similar position will be an advantage along with a Cert IV in Disability or a related discipline. The position is located in Penrith working on a part time basis and the days and times will be in negotiation with the Supervisor.
If this sounds just like what you are looking for please email through your CV to email@example.com with a covering letter outlining the skills suited to the position. Closing date 1st November 2019.
Making a difference in a person's life...
- Harry, Disability Support Worker
I love the challenge of helping someone living with a disability to be happy, gain confidence and make progress. To me, it is a privilege and an honor to work with the participants and help them reach their full potential. It’s a pursuit that is meaningful, fulfilling, highly enjoyable and lots of fun!
Giving back to the Community...
-Joseph, Disability Support Worker
The main aspect that inspires me to work at NADO is the participants and their reactions to some of the programs we provide. In particular, the “Music and Movement” program where there are many smiles and expressions of joy when all parts of the body are engaged- the physical, mental and emotional sides.
-Rose, Disability Support Worker