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NDIS Compliance Officer

Good Sammy Enterprises
$60,000 - $64,999

Job Description

Job description

Good Sammy Enterprises is a high profile Western Australian organisation, operating a substantial social enterprise with a clear purpose to create development and employment opportunities and pathways for people with disability.  We have a workforce of over 600 people and are growing through diversification and expansion of our business units.

About the Role

This is a rare opportunity for an NDIS Compliance Officer to apply their skills in this truly purpose driven organisation. This position is responsible for performing reconciliations, systems development tasks, and reporting to support NDIS compliance. 

The NDIS Compliance Officer will also process NDIS payment claims for all services delivered to participants and work closely with Journey Coordinators to ensure that all participants NDIS Plans are being appropriately serviced and utilized and that all services delivered are billed (claimed) accurately and on time, all in accordance with the relevant NDIS Standards and requirements. 

Selection Criteria

To succeed in this role, you will have: 

  • Excellent administration skills and IT competencies, including in Microsoft Office and NDIS related platforms such as Supportability or similar.
  • A comprehensive and up to date understanding of NDIS compliance in a service delivery setting, including in relation to plan management, service agreements and claim processing. 
  • High levels of attention to detail, accuracy and efficiency.  

To apply you will have the ability to provide and maintain a National Police Clearance and an NDIS Workers Screening Clearance.

Good Sammy Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer focused on building a diverse and inclusive team. We strongly encourage applications from people living with disability and other diverse backgrounds.

Applications are to include a current CV and brief cover letter, and can be sent to recruitment@goodsammy.com.au 

Applications requested by 15 April 2021.