Early Childhood Coordinator Kudos Services

JOB DESCRIPTION

Early Childhood Coordinator  

Are you a new graduate in allied health or an experienced Early Childhood Educator wanting to develop your skills and knowledge in supporting families and their children with developmental concern, delay or disability? Are you interested in developing your skills in working within a best practice early childhood approach?  

In this role, you’ll work closely with families and children, supporting them by assessing their child’s needs, providing key worker supports in the community as well as supporting families to access mainstream and NDIS funded supports. You’ll have the opportunity to build your professional expertise, gain recognition as an expert related to the NDIS and make a real difference in the lives of children and families in the community. This role may involve a mixture of face-to-face meetings with families, phone-based support and office-based administrative tasks. 

About us  

Kudos Services is the official NDIS Early Childhood Partner in South Australia. We are a bold, brave and ambitious organisation built on the belief that every child, young person and their family has the right to belong to a supportive community that understands them. At Kudos Services, we take pride in having a supportive and positive workplace culture to ensure you love where you work. In addition, we are proudly an employee-led and public service mutual, which means we actively empower our staff to participate in decision-making and governance.  

An ideal candidate will have:  

  • An equivalent or recognised degree in Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy or Developmental Education, including new graduates or a degree or diploma in Early Childhood Education. 
  • Experience working, volunteering or personally supporting children with developmental delays or a passion to develop this experience at Kudos. 
  • Strong organisational skills and a good attention to detail. 
  • Experience with using the Microsoft Suite of products alongside the ability to learn other IT systems. 
  • An ability to communicate both effectively and empathetically to a range of internal and external stakeholders 
  • Excellent written communication skills 
  • Current drivers’ licence 

We offer:  

  • A generous base salary and salary packaging 
  • All training provided 
  • A truly supportive and welcoming environment 
  • Career progression opportunities within Kudos 

Location:  

There are multiple roles available located at our Elizabeth or Unley office, with travel to provide support across the metropolitan Adelaide as required. Some roles may require travel to regional areas of South Australia.

How to apply:  

Apply now via Seek and include a Cover Letter & Resume in your application. The closing date for this role is the 28th of November 2022

For further information about the role or Kudos Services, feel free to contact Kylie, the Service Delivery Manager on 08 8348 6500 or email [email protected]

 

Please be aware that as a healthcare provider working with vulnerable people, as of 30th November, 2021, we will require all staff to be fully vaccinated. A cleared Working With Children Check and NDIS Worker Screen Check will also be required prior to commencement in accordance with the Child Safety (Prohibited Persons) Act 2016 (SA). 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage applications from those who identify as having a disability, being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, are culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) or sexuality and gender diverse (LGBTIQA+).  

JOB SUMMARY

Organisation

Kudos Services

Job Salary

$70,000 - $84,999 + super + salary sacrifice