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National Disability Coordination Officer - CDU

The NDCO Program helps people with disability access, and participate in tertiary education and subsequent employment through our national network of NDCOs.

The Office of Student Administration and Equity Services (OSAES) manage all aspects of Higher Education admissions, enrolments, progression and fees. The Office also provides support services for students including student counselling, a careers and employment service, disabilities services and assisting with off-campus accommodation.

The National Disability Coordination Officer Program works strategically to assist people with disabilities access, and participate in tertiary education and subsequent employment. As a National Disability Coordination Officer (NDCO) you will be part of a national program comprised of NDCOs from across Australia and will work with stakeholders to identify barriers people with disabilities experience in accessing tertiary education and employment, and address those barriers by:

  • improving links between schools, universities, vocational education and training organisations, job services and organisations that support people with disabilities
  • improving transitions between school/community and tertiary education and finding a job
  • improving participation in tertiary education and work.

To be successful you require a relevant post-graduate qualification with extensive experience or an equivalent combination of relevant knowledge, training and/or experience. Demonstrate knowledge and experience of relevant legislation, policies and current service delivery programs for people with disabilities in post-secondary education and employment environments is essential, as well as proven analytical, research and writing skills to enable effective synthesis of information to produce high quality written reports and business plans.

Applications Close: Sunday 2 April 2017

Further information and application details