WHO CAN BE A NSDS VOLUNTEER:
Volunteer placements offered by NSDS are for Disability Support Worker (Volunteer).
People wishing to become a volunteer need to be training to become a DSW through a recognised qualification, or have recently completed such a qualification, and meet other requirements as stipulated in the Position Description.
Volunteers are required to complete all pre-employment screening checks including a Police check and Disability Worker Exclusion List (DWEL) check.
Volunteers are required to complete the NDIS Quality & Safeguards Commission’s Worker Orientation Module ‘Quality, Safety & You’ and provide a copy of the Certificate of Completion, prior to commencement of work with NSDS.
NSDS has the right to offer or withhold an offer of a volunteer placement to any applicant based upon the availability of a suitable volunteer role for that applicant at that time.
The offer of a volunteer role at NSDS is in no way a commitment to an offer of a future paid role at NSDS.
As part of our community of volunteers, you are vital to the success of our disability support work. Our volunteers contribute valuable time and skills to deliver services and supports to enhance the lives of people with disabilities.
Please download our NSDS Volunteer Involvement Policy Statement.