Employment: Job Listings

Individual Advocate, NSW (Casual)

The Individual Advocate provides advocacy support to people with disability to promote, protect, and realise their human, legal, and service user rights, in accordance with the National Disability Service Standards.

Advocates promote self-advocacy, self-determination, and supported decision-making principles to champion people with disability having choice and control over our own lives.

Award Classification: Level 5 Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Services (SCHADS) Award 2010, PWDA EBA rate, plus super and salary sacrificing

Find more information about this role, including how to apply, in the Position Description (PDF | Word document).

Individual Advocate, Queensland (Casual)

The Individual Advocate provides advocacy support to people with disability to promote, protect, and realise their human, legal, and service user rights, in accordance with the National Disability Service Standards.

Advocates promote self-advocacy, self-determination, and supported decision-making principles to champion people with disability having choice and control over our own lives.

Award Classification: Level 5 Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Services (SCHADS) Award 2010, PWDA EBA rate, plus super and salary sacrificing

Find more information about this role, including how to apply, in the Position Description (PDF | Word document).

Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Based in Surry Hills, Sydney.

Role Purpose

  • Develop and influence key stakeholders to achieve positive change for people with disability;
  • Represent PWDA in the media, at relevant sector forums and public hearings;
  • Assume responsibility for the operation of PWDA in the absence of the CEO;
  • Provide leadership to the PWDA Individual Advocacy and Policy Teams;
  • Provide advice and support to the PWDA Board and CEO on key issues;
  • Build the organisation’s reputation amongst people with disability.

Find more information about this role, including how to apply, in the Position Description (PDF | Word document).