Rostering Coordinator - Belmont

What Interchange does:


At Interchange, we create local communities for the Western Australian with disabilities that we support to belong. We are all peas from the same pod. Everyone Belongs.


For 30 years, Interchange has been putting people at the centre of everything we do, including the people we support and our staff. Through individualised, local, community-based support we remove barriers, increase life choices, and empower people with disabilities to have meaningful relationships and connections.


We live our values – respect, belonging, empowerment and individuality.  These values impact everything that we do and how we think. Interchangers respect people and their life choices, shape communities so our people belong, empower our people to achieve their goals, and support their individuality.


Why Interchange is a great place to work:  


We work with people that share our values. Interchangers can expect to be respected, empowered, belong, and your individualism valued. Our awesome staff bring passion and commitment to their vital roles. No two days are ever the same, supporting people can at times be challenging, but it is always rewarding.


The opportunity with Interchange:


We are looking for a Rostering Coordinator to join the amazing scheduling team at our Central Office in Belmont (flexible working is offered), to provide efficient and effective scheduling services to teams in designated areas known as Neighbourhoods. You will need to provide feedback to ensure the Neighbourhood staffing is sufficient to achieve quality services to the people we support. 

As part of this integral role, you will be working closely with our Team Leaders to coordinate the rostering and scheduling needs of their respective Neighbourhood Teams.

The scheduler will be responsible for various tasks including:

  • Compilation and production of fortnightly rosters
  • Co-ordination of day-to-day changes arising from customer and/or staff needs
  • Checking and verification of delivery of supports
  • Timesheets, availability and leave requests and;
  • Analysis, planning and reporting to support effective workforce management.

To join the Interchange Team, you need to have:

  • Proven experience coordinating rostering services in a medium sized multi-faceted organisation.
  • Highly developed data input skills
  • High level of software literacy skills specifically in rostering software packages
  • Ability to work within and contribute to the Mission, Vision and Values of Interchange, including acting in accordance with the standards of behaviour outlined in the Interchange Code of Conduct
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with people with disability, colleagues, and members of the community, displaying Interchange’s values
  • Ability to work autonomously and also within a collaborative scheduling team
  • Thorough working knowledge of organisation policies and procedures and relevant government legislation and standards.
  • Strongly developed prioritisation skills with a proven ability to manage workload to achieve business outcomes


    In return, you will receive:

    Along with providing a supportive, flexible, and encouraging work environment we offer:

  • Satisfaction of working with an organisation that provides high quality disability services to make a difference to people we support
  • Attractive salary packaging options (up to $15,900 per year tax free) and an additional $2,650 for Meals and Entertainment
  • Employee referral incentives
  • iThink you are awesome, a company-wide recognition program
  • Access to the Employee Assistance Programme 


Please submit a current resume and a cover letter that outlines your suitability for the role.


Vacancy Description - PD 01 Scheduler .pdf (216 kB)
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