Disability Support Worker United NT Disability Services


About us

United NT Disability Services was created to help improve outcomes for NDIS participants in the NT. We strive to be different and provide the very best services to the participant with highly trained qualified staff who work to make people feel inclusive and part of a community. 

We recognise that individuals are unique and deserve every opportunity to become fully independent and supported. We believe that it is their life, their future, and their choice. We also support people to develop the skills and capabilities they need to gain independence and participate in society. We enable opportunities for choice, inclusion, and achievement at home and in the community. We develop our participants through education and training and a focus on employment. 

Our values of social justice, human rights, respect, commitment, opportunity and inclusion show we are committed to the future of fulfilling the lives of people living with a disability.


Expressions of Interest

United NT Disability Services is a growing service provider with a dedication, passion and intent to help support vulnerable and disadvantaged youth and individuals with disabilities who require the strength and support of a team who are willing to go above and beyond.

We are looking for candidates that are:

  • Family focused;
  • strong in leadership and doing things right;
  • Culturally sensitive (different backgrounds, different world views);
  • Trustworthy and honest;
  • empathetic, caring and possess common sense.

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Certificate III in Individual Support /disability or other relevant qualification (Highly regarded)
  • Certificate IV in Disability (Highly regarded)
  • Qualifications in a relevant field (Highly regarded)
  • Experience working with people with disabilities 
  • Full COVID-19 Vaccination
  • NDIS Screening Clearance Check (or OCHRE card) 
  • Drivers Licence and own transportation 
  • Current First Aid and CPR Certificate
  • National Police Clearance required
  • Full availability including sleepovers and active nights

Tasks & responsibilities

  • Provide support to patients with physical and/or intellectual disabilities
  • Understand and provide appropriate care to patients with low needs to patients with high needs who demonstrate a range of challenging behaviours
  • Assisting with activities relating to daily living, community support, and empowerment
  • Provide personal care to person with a disability in independent supported living homes managed by us
  • Work under general guidance from the personal seeking support and their family within clearly defined guidelines
  • Commitment to the rights of people with disabilities to live dignified lives.
  • Support clients to participate in age appropriate activities and tasks including employment, sport and games, daily living tasks and socialising  in home support and community access
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to work and communicate effectively with clients, their families, community agencies and other professionals
  • Ability and diligence in completing in CTARS – a dedicated client management system for NDIS Disability Services.  

What’s on offer

  • Casual roles 
  • Part-time roles will be offered for the right candidates 
  • Staff will be employed under the SCHADS award pursuant to their qualifications and experience



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