The Ndis support coordinators list is a database of qualified support staff that have undergone special training and qualifications to qualify as a member of the Ndis National Disadvantaged Service Support (NDSS) program. This list consists of people in different areas, who have the skills and knowledge to support people in achieving their goals and objectives. The list was created to provide a pool of candidates for the various management positions in various government sectors such as the Department of Labor, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Department of Social Service, and Veterans Affairs. By allowing access to the database through the internet, it will allow jobseekers to see what specific support line they have qualifications for and if they are qualified for the position. This list provides numerous contacts for agencies across the country that can help in filling the gaps in the employment profile of a particular person.
Qualified support staff may include personal assistants, office support, office managers, recruitment coordinators, disability assessment and evaluation coordinators, and data entry personnel, to name a few. The Ndis list is maintained periodically and updated to ensure that it meets all current needs of the government in terms of providing support to disadvantaged individuals and families. By allowing a service provider like a staffing firm or a private placement agency access to the database, job seekers will be able to see what specific service they need.
To gain access to this database, a person must first register on the site by providing some personal information. After registration, they can search through the database by choosing the type of support they are looking for. They can also apply for a specific program, or network in order to find the type of support that best suits their needs. A person’s ranking is determined by the information they have provided in their application. At the end of the application, they will receive a rank which is either Green Silver, or Gold depending on the specific needs of the program. Once a person has earned a certain amount of points, they will be given access to a listing of available support staff who are trained to match the qualifications of the program.