Disability Support Art Facilitator Warrah Society


Warrah is a disability services provider, based in North West Sydney. Inspired by the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, Warrah has been offering quality supports and services for adults and children living with disability for over 50 years. Warrah is a vibrant community, enriching the lives of individuals through our broad range of services, which include Supported Independent Living (SIL), Community Support Services (CSS) and Warrah Specialist School. We also have a certified Biodynamic Farm and Farm Shop. 

The Art Facilitator’s key responsibilities include:

  • Using a person centred approach, providing support that is responsive to each person’s Individual Plan.
  • Coaching and encouraging each client to make choices and decisions and maximize their autonomy and independence.
  • Working within the broader community to establish a positive image of people who have a disability and promoting their capacity to be contributing and valued members of society.
  • Providing support, including personal care to clients of Warrah.
  • Implementing high quality programs that meet the needs and choices of participants.
  • Contributing to the planning and development of the Disability Support services.
  • Working within a framework of continuous improvement.
  • Ensuring a safe environment for both clients and staff.
  • Facilitate individual and group sessions and skill development in art.
  • Assist clients to explore their creativity and expression.

The following experience, skills and attributes are important to success in this role:

  • Previous experience in supporting people with disabilities
  • Practical general knowledge of a human rights-based service approach to the individual and community context
  • Ability to organise own work, manage time and contribute to work planning
  • Effective listening skills and ability to seek, provide and/or share information in an appropriate and respectful manner
  • Willingness to work collaboratively as a team
  • Physically fit and enjoys participating in physical activities
  • Skilled at painting and clay work. 
  • Adheres to reporting, documentation and administrative requirements
  • Cert III or IV in Disabilities or Aged Care is desirable but not essential
  • NDIS Workers clearance and WWCC
  • Valid unrestricted driving licence with ability to drive a range of vehicles including cars, vans and 12 seater Hiace
  • First Aid Certificate

At Warrah we offer a diverse and inclusive work environment, competitive salary and other benefits including on-site parking and salary packaging.  Please apply by sending your cv and cover letter using the Apply for this Job link. For further information please email [email protected].



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