Quality Practice Leader ( Service Coordinator )Private Advertiser
- Job Listing Date
- 3 Dec 2019
- Waikato, Rest of Waikato
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Community Services & Development, Aged & Disability Support
Quality Practice Leader
- Supportive work environment
- Professional development opportunities
- Highly rewarding career
- Competitive Salary and employment conditions
- Te Awamutu Based
ConneXu is a highly reputable charitable trust based in the Waikato/King Country and the Bay of Plenty. ConneXu facilitates support to people with an intellectual disability, head injury or physical disability. We are committed to empowering people to become active members of their community and we believe it is through this inclusiveness that our community will be strengthened. We strive to be innovative in the way we support people and to facilitate a good life for them. Due to growth we are currently seeking an experienced leader of teams.
As a Quality Practice Leader, you will lead a diverse team of people to be innovative to support and collaborate with the people we support, their family/whanau and others in their lives. This enables the people we support to live as independently as possible, and to access their communities for activities and opportunities that are meaningful to them. A critical component of the role is developing, supporting and leading teams to develop and implement comprehensive plans, goals and outcomes to ensure the supports facilitated meet the needs and aspirations of people we support - enabling them to live their life, their way. The role is based in the Waikato/King Country with head office being in Te Awamutu.
We are looking for a person who has a passion for working in a team environment and in partnership with others. You will have experience in leading teams who are working with individuals who have an intellectual disability, autism and/or challenging behavior. You will need a full New Zealand driver’s license and be prepared to work flexible hours and be available for on-call on a roster system. Excellent communication skills, leadership and staff development, computer literacy, attention to detail and the ability to work with others is essential together with being creative and open to new ideas. The ideal candidate will have a qualification in disability support services or health and community services.
If you are interested in a challenging and diverse role, have a passion for people and want to work in an environment where you will be developed then we would love to hear from you.
Closing Date: 5pm 27th December 2019