Reporting Coordinator

About the role

The Reporting Coordinators work with the greater Housing Hub team and people living with disability, their families, supporters and professionals in the sector. This team member will work across the team to coordinate and write detailed reports for clients. There will be extensive liaison with Allied Health Workers, Families and Support Coordinators to ensure that all relevant information is available to provide the best possible reporting to clients and for clients.

With a direct line to the National Reporting Manager, this role is key to the on time delivery of reports – a sense of urgency and a “get things done” attitude is required.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • Engage with people living with disability who have complex needs and their support networks, to promote the opportunity of independent living at Specialist Disability Accommodation builds and assist them through the whole process
  • Support and advice to stakeholders in relation to the development of SDA evidence for NDIS participants
  • Cultivate strong individual relationships with key stakeholders in the disability and housing sector
  • Delivery of detailed, accurate and comprehensive clinical reporting to clients on time
  • Development and presentation of reports as required

Skills & experience

  • You should have experience writing complex reports in the disability/health sector and may have worked with people with complex needs
  • You must have Allied Health or disability relevant qualification (i.e. Social Worker/Occupational Therapist/Speech Pathologist/Nursing)
  • You must have strong computer skills including using Google Drive, Microsoft Office and Databases
  • You could have community engagement experience including networking and stakeholder engagement
  • It would be great if you had knowledge of NDIS and SDA housing
  • You will have excellent verbal, written and presentation skills
  • You will definitely have great organisational skills

There is never a dull moment working at this incredible organisation. The ability to be organised, manage multiple stakeholders and communications at once and work at a high energy level is important. If you want to work in the disability sector but at a commercial sector pace – and get the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of many people with disability – then this is the place for you.

How to apply

  • Please click the blue 'Apply now' button below to be re-directed to our recruitment system where you will be asked to upload your application to the key selection criteria questions. Stay tuned for your notifications by email and SMS
  • Applicants are required to have Australian Work Rights
  • Applications will be considered as they come in
  • To view the full Position Description click here

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If you require any further information or assistance applying for the role please contact us on 03 9894 7006 or email recruitment@summerfoundation.org.au

Please note, applications can be submitted online, over the phone, video call or any other method that suits you. 


The Housing Hub is an equal opportunity employer, we know that strength comes with diversity and encourages applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply. We don’t discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.