At Myxa we

  • Focus on empowering individuals: We prioritise supporting personal growth and independence, not just providing assistance
  • Positive and inclusive environment: We cultivate a culture of compassion, respect, and collaboration for both staff and participants
  • Specialisation in complex needs: Our expertise lies in supporting individuals with diverse and challenging disabilities
  • Career growth opportunities: We offer diverse roles, training programs, and professional development initiatives
  • Competitive pay and benefits: We invest in our team and offer competitive compensation packages
  • Meaningful work with impact: You will see the direct impact of your work on improving lives and building connections

Current Vacancies

Accommodation Manager (NDIS)
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Are you an experienced and dedicated individual with a real desire to make a difference to the lives of people living with disability? 

Come and join our amazing team in the position of Accommodation Manager at our beautiful facility located in Balwyn. Recently established for NDIS participants we provide short-, medium- and long-term accommodation. 

Your new company:

Myxa is a registered NDIS Service provider assisting people with disability, their family, and carers. We deliver individually tailored services to maximise participant choice and control. We aim to support our participants to empower them to achieve their goals and live a full life.

Your new role

As the Accommodation Manager you will lead and support the daily operations of our recently established and growing accommodation facility. You will be responsible for a variety of tasks including but not limited to:

  • Oversee the management of our accommodation facility to ensure we are providing high-quality services that are compliant with organisational and NDIS standards and practices
  • Oversee the management of support services to ensure delivery is in accordance with the participants care plan
  • Meet with current and potential participants, their families and the participants care team regarding support and accommodation services
  • Build a rapport with participants, their families and the participants care team to promote positive outcomes
  • Manage and oversee the intake process of new participants into services
  • Promote and manage vacancies within our accommodation facility
  • Develop and implement processes and procedures which enhance the quality of services being provided
  • Support the management team with the implementation of strategic business planning
  • Ensure facility documentation is regularly reviewed and meets compliance requirements
  • Provide direction and guidance to support staff around service matters including complex issues, risk management and incident response
  • Oversee the management of any reported incidents and Workplace Health and Safety issues
  • Conduct performance reviews for staff reporting directly to you
  • General administration duties 
  • Participate as required in staff meetings, supervision and training sessions
Key Selection Criteria
  • Relevant qualification 
  • Previous experience in a comparable role within an accommodation setting
  • Experience coordinating and maintaining support services for NDIS participants
  • Strong understanding and experience in delivering services according to NDIS Practice Standards
  • Ability to lead and support a team of support staff
  • Previous business development and/or project management experience within the disability sector would be highly desirable
  • Ability to communicate and appropriately respond to the needs of people with disability
  • A thorough understanding of the complex needs of people living with disability 
  • Knowledge of NDIS funding 
  • Highly developed written and verbal communication skills 
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate on all levels
  • Knowledge of legislation and WHS regulations
  • Strong leadership and mentoring skills
  • A high level of computer skills including Microsoft Office Packages
  • Initiative, strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills 
  • Strong work ethic 
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check 
  • Working with Children Check 

What you will get in return

As the successful candidate, you’ll be offered the opportunity to work within an ethical organisation where you can make a positive impact to the lives of others.  We will welcome your ideas and help you to achieve your goals while you help us achieve ours. You and your team will be rewarded by knowing you are supporting our participants to live their best life.

You will also receive:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Ongoing support and training opportunities
  • An opportunity to develop and advance your career
  • A supportive and caring work environment with a company that values its staff 
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State Manager -Victoria
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Remote and Hybrid Work Arrangement – Travel required (Company car provided)
 

As State Manager you will oversee the management of supports and services for our participants. This is a work from home opportunity, with travel to Myxa Care facilities a requirement of the role.

Responsibilities
  • Oversee the management of supports and services to ensure delivery is of the highest standard and compliant with Myxa and NDIS standards and practices
  • Oversee the management of our supports and services to ensure delivery is in accordance with the participants care plan and within the participants allocated budget
  • Review and ensure individualised care plans are developed and implemented according to participants needs
  • Oversee the intake and management of new participant intake within our SIL/SDA and other accommodation properties
  • Provide direction and guidance to SIL Managers around service matters including complex issues, risk management and incident response
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with participants, their families and the participants care team
  • Meet with current and potential participants, their families and the participants care team regarding support services
  • Oversee the management of any reported incidents and Workplace Health and Safety issues
  • Promote Myxa Care’s support services and support the management team with the implementation of strategic business planning
  • Develop and implement processes and procedures which enhance the quality of services being provided
  • Ensure participant documentation is regularly reviewed and meets compliance requirements
    Conduct regular supervision and performance reviews for staff reporting directly to you
  • General administration duties
  • Participate as required in staff meetings, supervision and training sessions 
Relevant qualification
  • Experience in a comparable role within the Disability sector
  • Ability to communicate and appropriately respond to the needs of people with disability
  • A thorough understanding of the complex needs of people living with disability
  • Strong understanding and experience in delivering services according to NDIS Practice Standards
  • Experience coordinating and maintaining support services for NDIS participants
  • Knowledge of NDIS funding
  • Highly developed written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate on all levels
  • Knowledge of legislation and WHS regulations
  • Strong leadership and mentoring skills including performance management
  • A high level of computer skills including Microsoft Office Packages
  • Initiative, strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • Working with Children Check
  • Driver’s licence
What you will get in return

As the successful candidate, you will be offered the opportunity to work within an ethical organisation where you can make a positive impact to the lives of others.

You will also receive:

  • Work from home arrangement
  • Company vehicle including expenses
  • Great company culture
  • Bi monthly staff lunches
  • Ongoing support and training opportunities
  • An opportunity to develop and advance your career
  • A supportive and caring work environment with a company that values its staff
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Behaviour Support Practitioner
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Remote and Hybrid Work Arrangement – Travel required
 
Due to organisational growth, we are in the very exciting process of growing our team and have a number of exciting opportunities available. Come and join us in the position of Behaviour Support Practitioner. Working closely with our Senior Practitioners, you will have the opportunity to build on your knowledge and skills and make a real difference to the lives of people living with disability.
Responsibilities
  • Undertake behavioural assessments to identify functions of challenging behaviours
  • Assist participants and their families to identify their needs through assessment and individual planning
  • Gather information and design data collection systems
  • Complete analysis of data and provide written reports in line with policies, procedures and NDIS practice standards
  • Assist participants to meet their goals by developing practical strategies in line with their support needs
  • Collaborate with the participant and the participants family and/or care team in the development of behavioural strategies
  • Develop and implement intervention strategies in consultation with Senior Behaviour Support Practitioners
  • Evaluate efficiency of strategies relating to the individuals needs in line with NDIS practice standards and ethical requirements
  • Deliver evidence based clinical advice and assistance to participants and the participants family and/or their care team
  • Provide coaching and support to families and participant care teams to ensure effective implementation of support strategies
  • Identify, report, and follow up on any Workplace Health and safety issues
  • Ensure participant and administration records are accurate and up to date
  • Attend staff meetings and participate in supervision and training sessions as required
  • Maintain confidentiality of information pertaining to participants, staff, and Myxa Care at all times
  • General administration
  • Other tasks and duties as directed by the management team
Qualifications
  • Qualifications in allied health or health-related discipline
  • Experience working in a multidisciplinary team
  • Well-developed understanding and proven commitment to the principles and objectives of the National Disability Insurance Scheme
  • Experience in the delivery of positive behaviour support services to people with complex behavioural needs
  • Understanding of intervention planning, design and delivery
  • Understanding of the use of relevant assessment and intervention tools
  • Knowledge of restrictive practice and an understanding of existing frameworks
  • Knowledge of human rights-based approaches in the disability sector, including policy and legislative requirements relating to restrictive practices
  • An ability to communicate and appropriately respond to the needs of people from a diverse range of vocational and educational backgrounds
  • Excellent report writing skills
  • Ability to work without supervision, within guidelines and procedures
  • Excellent time management and task planning skills
  • A high level of computer skills including Microsoft Office Packages
  • Currently registered or must meet NDIS registration requirements
  • First Aid / CPR
  • Working with Children Check
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • Driver’s License
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Behaviour Support Practitioner – Entry Level
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Remote and Hybrid Work Arrangement – Travel required
 
Due to organisational growth, we are in the very exciting process of growing our team and have a number of exciting opportunities available. Come and join us in the position of Behaviour Support Practitioner. Working closely with our Senior Practitioners, you will have the opportunity to build on your knowledge and skills and make a real difference to the lives of people living with disability.
Responsibilities
  • Undertake behavioural assessments to identify functions of challenging behaviours
  • Assist participants and their families to identify their needs through assessment and individual planning
  • Complete analysis of data and provide written reports in line with policies, procedures and NDIS practice standards
  • Assist participants to meet their goals by developing practical strategies in line with their support needs
  • Collaborate with the participant and the participants family and/or care team in the development of behavioural strategies
  • Develop and implement intervention strategies in consultation with Senior Behaviour Support Practitioners
  • Evaluate efficiency of strategies relating to the individuals needs in line with NDIS practice standards and ethical requirements
  • Deliver evidence based clinical advice and assistance to participants and the participants family and/or their care team
  • Provide coaching and support to families and participant care teams to ensure effective implementation of support strategies
  • Identify, report, and follow up on any Workplace Health and safety issues
  • Ensure participant and administration records are accurate and up to date
  • Attend staff meetings and participate in supervision and training sessions as required
  • Maintain confidentiality of information pertaining to participants, staff, and Myxa Care at all times
  • General administration
  • Other tasks and duties as directed by the management team
Qualifications
  • Qualifications in allied health or health-related discipline
  • Experience working with and an understanding of the complex needs of people living with disability
  • Experience working in a multidisciplinary team
  • Understanding of the delivery of positive behaviour support services to people with complex behavioural needs
  • Understanding of intervention planning, design and delivery
  • Understanding of the use of relevant assessment and intervention tools
  • Understanding of restrictive practice and existing frameworks
  • Understanding of human rights-based approaches in the disability sector, including policy and legislative requirements relating to restrictive practices
  • An ability to communicate and appropriately respond to the needs of people from a diverse range of vocational and educational backgrounds
  • Excellent report writing skills
  • Ability to work without supervision, within guidelines and procedures
  • Excellent time management and task planning skills
  • A high level of computer skills including Microsoft Office Packages
  • Currently registered or must meet NDIS registration requirements
  • First Aid / CPR
  • Working with Children Check
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • Driver’s License
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Disability Support Worker
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Multiple locations across Bendigo, Melbourne and Greater Melbourne including Eastern, South-eastern and Northern suburbs.
 
As a Disability Support Worker you will provided high quality care and support services to persons living with disability. Support services may include community access, social support and support with daily living tasks including personal care and domestic assistance. There are a variety of shifts available, including morning, afternoon and night.
Responsibilities
  • Provide high quality care and support services in accordance with the participants care plan
  • Support participants to achieve their goals and live a full life
  • Maintain the highest quality of care and support to participants while encouraging the participants independence
  • Record clear and accurate case notes
  • Report, and follow up on any incidents
Qualifications
  • Relevant qualification and/or experience
  • Experience providing care for people with complex needs
  • Strong understanding of the complex needs of people living with disability
  • An ability to communicate and appropriately respond to the needs of people with disability
  • Strong work ethic and initiative
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • Working with Children Check
  • First Aid / CPR
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House Supervisors
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Negotiable based on experience
Multiple locations across Bendigo, Melbourne and Greater Melbourne including Eastern, South-eastern and Northern suburbs.
 
The Key Worker is responsible for overseeing the provision of quality care and support to participants within a permanent accommodation setting, that is in line with organisational requirements and NDIS practice standards
Responsibilities
  • Lead and support a team of Disability Support Workers within a permanent accommodation environment
  • Oversee and manage daily operations of support services
  • Work collaboratively with participants care team including allied health specialists to ensure participants care plans is being met and support services are of the highest quality
  • Ensure participant documentation is regularly reviewed and up to date
  • Induct new support staff into the workplace
  • Conduct monthly supervision sessions with support staff
  • Manage conflict and address performance within your team
  • Participate as required in staff meetings, supervision and training sessions
  • Identify, report, and follow up on any workplace health and safety issues
  • Manage, report, and follow up on any incidents
  • General administration duties
Qualifications
  • Relevant qualification and experience
  • Strong understanding of the complex needs of people living with disability
  • An ability to communicate and appropriately respond to the needs of people with disability
  • Understanding and experience in delivering services according to NDIS Practice Standards
  • Experience supporting a team
  • Ability to work unsupervised
  • Excellent time management and task planning skills
  • A high level of computer skills including Microsoft Office Packages
  • Highly developed written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong work ethic and initiative
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • Working with Children Check
  • First Aid / CPR
  • Driver’s licence
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Inclusivity Statement

Myxa embraces diversity and celebrating everyone’s individual differences. We believe in creating a welcoming and inclusive environment where everyone thrives, regardless of disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, race, or gender identity.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

At Myxa we are always looking for high-achieving, trustworthy and compassionate people to come and work with us. We offer career choices in a variety of support and administrative roles.

Whilst we value qualifications and previous experience highly, we also undertake to provide best practice induction and ongoing training, education and support.

Come work with our corporate team if you:

  • Are passionate about making a difference – but don’t take yourself too seriously
  • Love Annual Family Fun days – all staff get together to celebrate the team’s dedication and commitment at a family friendly venue in Melbourne
  • Have a Birthday – the one day of year it’s all about you (unless you are a twin or triplet). Myxa organises individual gift cards for staff on their special day
  • Appreciate recognition with our Employee of the Month – we recognise outstanding commitment and performance each month with a e-gift card for each month’s winner
  • Value Professional Development – every month our team has the opportunity to upskill with our masterclass series

 

At Myxa we value our staff and support their career advancement. We offer internal training programs and professional development initiatives to enhance staff’s skills and knowledge.  When applicable, we offer opportunities for career advancement and leadership roles within the organisation such as transition to corporate staff positions, house supervisor roles, or management positions. We encourage and support our team members in developing their skills and pursuing their career aspirations within the organisation. We support further education and professional certifications relevant to the staff members chosen field.

 

 

At Myxa, we consider all levels of experience. We prefer our Disability Support Workers have the below qualifications and checks at a minimum to ensure that our participants receive the best care.

  • A Certificate III or IV in Disability or Relevant Field (not a requirement for all positions)
  • Valid First Aid & CPR
  • Right to Work in Australia
  • Manual Handling training
  • Working with Children Check
  • NDIS Worker Screening Clearance
  • NDIS Worker Orientation Module
  • Infection Control Training
  • Drivers License & Comprehensive Car Insurance
  • Fully vaccinated against Coronavirus
  • Medication Management
  • Food Safety Training

We also strongly encourage and value:

  • Lived experience
  • Passion for making a difference in people’s lives
  • Additional certificates or diplomas in relevant areas like disability, social work or community services

We’re always looking for talented individuals to join our team! Here’s how you can apply:

  • For Advertised Positions: See above for any currently advertised positions. If you find a role that aligns with your skills and experience, simply apply directly through the Apply Now link.
  • No Current Openings: Don’t see your dream job listed? If there aren’t any advertised positions that match your interests, we still want to hear from you! Send your resume and cover letter to talent.acquisition@myxa.com.au. In your cover letter, highlight your skills and experience and why you’d be a valuable asset to Myxa.

For any questions or discussions about job opportunities at Myxa, you can reach out to our friendly Recruitment team directly at their email address: talent.acquisition@myxa.com.au. They’ll be happy to answer your questions and guide you through the application process.

Here are some direct quotes from current Myxa staff on their experience working here:

  • “An incredibly supportive and nurturing team environment, where people (both participants and staff) are put first. Amazing back of house support teams in place to ensure that our participants receive quality service. Senior management go out of their way to ensure you shine in your role”
  •  “A great place to work and a company that truly value their staff”
  • “The best company culture of any organisation I have ever come across!”