Currently I'm working closely with the Support Coordination coaches to improve our recruitment and onboarding process for our Independent Support Coordinators. My goal is to grow our team of Support Coordinators across the country.
Started with Auscare Support: May 2020.
I try to combine my creativity, commercial experience and eye for detail in every aspect of my work. I place a strong emphasis on relationship building and am always looking at ways to improve, whether it be my performance, systems, company processes or experiences for others.
I have mostly worked in small businesses and have experience growing and managing teams. Developing a progressive and positive work culture is always the most important aspect of my work.
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I previously worked in men’s made-to-measure tailoring, we made custom suits working with European fabrics and tailoring each garment to the individual customer’s fit. I loved every aspect of this industry from the quality of the product to the process, along with providing a high-end experience for the clients.
What’s Auscare Support like?
I love being a part of an intelligent and progressive team. Being a small business, my role feels ever changing, I’m always taking on new projects and responsibilities and I enjoy the variety. I enjoy working in an industry that is focused on improving the lives of individuals living with a disability, you get to hear a lot of positive stories and it can be very rewarding work.
I have a puppy dog called Baker. He is a Spanador, which is a Lab x Cocker Spaniel and is the best thing we ever did! He takes up most of my spare time!
The sentence that sums you up as a person is:
My favorite quote: “My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” By Maya Angelou
That’s fine, you can always build your case load from scratch.
That’s great, it’s always easier to build a case load when you already have some momentum.
You might want to reconsider this role as you do need to build your own client list
That’s great, feeling confident that you have the skills to grow your case load is important for this role
You might want to reconsider this role as building a client list relies on you being able to call up a list of contacts
That’s great, knowing exactly who you’re going to contact so you can hit the ground running is important for this role
You might want to reconsider this role as building a client list relies on you being integrated with your community and its services
That’s great, being integrated with your community and its services is important for this role
You will need to register your own ABN before you can contract with us as a Support Coordinator
That’s great, this is an independent contractor role, which means you will need to contract to us through your own business with your own ABN
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