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A career that has an impact

At Australian Network on Disability, we’re driven by our belief that people with disability are skilled and capable social and economic contributors, entitled to share in the economic, social, cultural and political wealth of Australia. We empower our network of members to be actively inclusive of customers and employees with disability.

Working for the Australian Network on Disability (AND), you will have the opportunity to affect systemic change that supports people with disability to participate equitably as employees, customers and stakeholders.

With a national focus and sites in Sydney and Melbourne, and currently expanding to Brisbane, AND is a progressive organisation with competitive remuneration and flexible working practices. We have high standards of accountability and a culture that values excellent service, innovation and continuous improvement.

We have an affirmative action employment strategy for people with disability and make adjustments to accommodate individuals in the recruitment, selection and employment processes.

Our Employee Value Proposition

At Australian Network on Disability, we put our employees first. We recognise that to drive impact and change at scale, we require a passionate, innovative and collaborative team to support our members.

United by our vision of a disability confident Australia. We are driven by our belief that people with disability are skilled and capable social and economic contributors, entitled to equitable opportunities in society.

Read more about our EVP including our values, benefits and support.

Find a position that suits you

Australian Network on Disability is looking for seven people to join our expanding team. Due to our rapid growth and our success in winning an Information, Linkages and Capacity Building grant from the Department of Social Services we need 7 new team members.

Positions available include 2 Relationship Managers, a Member Liaison Officer, a Program Coordinator, a Disability Confident Recruiter Program Lead, one Project Manager and one Delivery Manager.

If you are interested in joining the Australian Network on Disability, please contact Guy Reynolds at sodatalentsolutions@gmail.com or call 0405197446 for more information.

If you require any adjustments to apply for these roles, please contact us at admin@and.org.au or call (02) 8270 9200.

Disability Confident Recruiter Program Lead

Australian Network on Disability’s Consultancy Team works alongside the Member Experience Team by supporting our members and non-members with key programs and activities designed to build organisational disability confidence.

The Disability Confident Recruiter (DCR) Program Lead works as part of the Consultancy Team and manages the DCR Program to provide a seamless, positive customer experience to Australian Network on Disability members and non-members and grow this flagship program. This is a growth role, and it is expected that it will expand to include team management over time.

The role requires the ability to travel interstate.

Key deliverables:

  • Coordinate the technology transformation process for the DCR Program. This includes working alongside our external providers to develop a streamlined digital approach to submitting their DCR Program checklist.
  • Review and iterate the DCR Program over time to ensure continued effectiveness and relevance.
  • Facilitate the growth of the DCR Program by supporting more organisations to participate.
  • Coordinate the DCR program. This includes tracking program growth and developing reports that outline the status of DCR Program participants.
  • Assess and confirm members and non-members DCR Program checklists and confer DCR Program status to participants that meet the requirements for Discovery and annual renewal.
  • Facilitate DCR Program information sessions with members and non-members as required.
  • Contribute to providing cutting-edge information to AND by staying up to date with relevant research and reports regarding inclusive and accessible recruitment and selection practices.

Qualifications and experience: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in any relevant discipline; may include (not exhaustive): commerce, business, human resources and education.
  • Experience in roles that require strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills.
  • Good understanding of the barriers experienced by people with disability.
  • Experience in, or understanding of, program / project coordination, review, and reporting.
  • Knowledge of inclusive recruitment processes.
  • Experience in facilitating training sessions and or delivering presentations to groups.
  • Knowledge of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) highly regarded.

Download the full job description for the Disability Confident Recruiter Program Lead role (Word, 89KB) for more information.  To apply send your Curriculum Vitae and cover letter to admin@and.org.au or call (02) 8270 9200.

Program Coordinator

The role of the Program Coordinator is to contribute to the success of Australian Network on Disability’s Stepping Into Internships and PACE Mentoring programs by connecting our member organisations to skilled and talented students and jobseekers with disability.

You will provide administration support and coordination to source applicants, match opportunities and monitor progress of placements across the two programs. You will work closely with the Program Manager (Melbourne) and the other Program Coordinators (Sydney & Melbourne).

Some occasional interstate travel may be required.

Adjustments will be offered throughout the recruitment and selection process.

Download the full job description for the Program Coordinator role (Word, 85KB) for more information.  If you are interested in this role, please email Guy Reynolds at sodatalentsolutions@gmail.com or call 0405197446.

Project Manager

The purpose of the Project Manager is to contribute to the success and delivery of Australian Network on Disability’s pioneering projects that are establishing new standards and innovating practices in disability inclusion in Australia.

They will be responsible for planning, delivering, and overseeing AND’s recently awarded Information, Linkages and Capacity Building Grant through the Department of Social Services, titled Employing 100. The Project Manager will be responsible for meeting all project milestones and reporting requirements.

The start date will be in February 2023.

Adjustments will be offered throughout the recruitment and selection process. People with disability are prioritised for this position.

Download the full job description for the Project Manager role ( Word, 91KB) for more information.  If you are interested in this role, please email Guy Reynolds at sodatalentsolutions@gmail.com or call 0405197446.

Delivery Manager

The purpose of the Delivery Manager is to contribute to the success and delivery of Australian Network on Disability’s pioneering projects that are establishing new standards and innovating practices in disability inclusion in Australia.

The Delivery Manager will be responsible for delivering AND’s recently awarded Information, Linkages and Capacity Building Grant through the Department of Social Services, titled Employing 100. The Delivery Manager will be responsible for delivering project activity and milestones.

The start date will be in June 2023.

Adjustments will be offered throughout the recruitment and selection process. People with disability are prioritised for this position.

Download the full job description for the Delivery Manager role (Word, 91KB) for more information.  If you are interested in this role, please email Guy Reynolds at sodatalentsolutions@gmail.com or call 0405197446.

“Working at AND I have had so much opportunity to develop and grow. The best part of it though, is that I get to be completely, authentically myself while working with a great team it’s a wonderful place to work” — Emma Henningsen, Member Experience Manager