NDIS Support Coordinator or Support Coordinator/Recovery Coach My Choice Supports


NDIS Support Coordinator or Support Coordinator/ Recovery Coach position


Casual, Part Time or Full time position available!

My Choice Supports invests significantly in our staff and facilitates the best outcomes for NDIS Participants through a happy, knowledgeable and supported team.

If you are an existing Support Coordinator or Recovery Coach, MCS is offering the negotiation of a permanent Full-time or Part-time position as you require.

If you do not have experience as an NDIS Support Coordinator, we will provide you with a full training, development and mentoring program starting as casual position and fast tracked to a full time or part time position if desired.


Make a Difference!

My Choice Supports is a flexible workplace provider run by individuals with over 20 years of experience in delivering care coordination for people living with complex and chronic conditions, and disabilities.

We specialise in working with people living with Psychosocial Disabilities, however we support people across a diverse range of disabilities.

The organisation has its foundations in our values of Partnership, Compassion and Innovation. These values are central to how we support the people we work with, as well as the staff on our team.     

We have a position available, working in the Perth central metro area for a Specialist Support Coordinator and a Support Coordinator/Recovery Coach providing support to NDIS Participants.

The NDIS Support Coordinator role coordinates assistance for Participants to build capacity and resilience through strong and respectful partnerships to support people who live with a disability, to live a full and contributing life.

The NDIS Recovery Coach role coordinates assistance to Participants to build capacity and resilience through strong and respectful relationships to support people with psychosocial disability to live a full and contributing life. This support is designed to be able to maintain engagement through periods of increased support need due to the episodic nature of mental illness. 

This role works collaboratively with participants, families, carers and other services to identify, plan, design and coordinate NDIS supports.

This is a position focusing on quality service provision plus the meeting of high-efficiency targets. 

My Choice Supports has a central and strong focus on support for all staff members including dedicated training, ongoing mentoring, team development and a training and development budget to support the successful candidate to deliver the standards required for this role. 

This is a work-from-home position, with outreach to see Participants face to face, as required. A minimum equivalent hours availability for the role is 4 days per week (can be spread over 5 days). There are regular online/phone meetings and supervisions.  

Please note that both the Support Coordinator and Recovery Coaching roles have significant non client-facing aspects and requires the successful candidate to enjoy following specific guidelines and pre-determined processes in order to successfully implement the operational requirements of the role from a home based environment, and to enjoy capturing this information in client management systems.

The preferred candidate will have a strong history in working with people with a disability, has a self-directed passion and drive to support capacity-building activities for the people they support, a compassionate and collaborative approach to their work, and thrive on finding innovative solutions to complex situations. 

Dedicated and ongoing on-the-job training, supervision, mentoring and upskilling is provided on a weekly, and daily basis as required.

General hours of operation are Monday to Friday working flexibly between 7am to 6pm depending on demands.

Selection Criteria

The successful candidate will ideally have these qualities:

  • A positive outlook, a quick mind and a proactive attitude
  • NDIS sector experience in each role 
  • Have at least 2 years experience in a case management role working with people with a chronic and persistent mental illness or people with disabilities, and working with their families utilising Recovery Oriented/person centred principles. 
  • Experience within and understanding of relevant mainstream and community support services;
  • Recovery Coach role: A tertiary qualification in peer work or mental health (minimum of Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work or Certificate IV in Mental Health) or equivalent training and/or a lived and/or learnt experience of mental health;
  • Demonstrated ability to operate within organisational and legislative guidelines, procedures and policies;
  • Strong computer skills, with experience in Microsoft applications and Client Management Systems
  • Evidence of a secure home workspace
  • Demonstrated ability to work flexibly, independently as well as a part of a team;
  • Demonstrated ability to independently plan, manage and organize own workload in a complex environment;
  • Drivers License and willingness to utilise own vehicle for travel as required, with vehicle insurance acknowledgment for use of car for business use;
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check (can be gained after a successful application).

How to Apply

Please submit your CV and a letter addressing the selection criteria as soon as possible. Interviews can be conducted throughout the period of the ad which expires 22nd August, and the job will be closed as soon as a successful candidate is found.  



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