Nightlife is a dynamic service which is constantly evolving to meet the needs of the people it supports and industry changes.

Whilst there are times when staff need to leave, Nightlife works hard to build meaningful and supportive relationships with the staff who work here. Nightlife provides an ongoing training environment to ensure the best possible outcomes for the staff and the people the service supports. Because of this there is a low staff turn-over, however there are times where Nightlife is looking for new committed employees. 

Clinical Care Co-ordinator (Part Time - 0.6 EFT)

We are looking for a part-time Clinical Care Co-Ordinator to be responsible for coordinating and delivering Training and Assessment at Nightlife/Eclipse.

Nightlife/Eclipse is a consumer driven service that aims to create flexible supports for people with disability living in their own homes. Our office is based in Heatherton with services provided throughout the Southern and Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. The vision of Nightlife/Eclipse is to make an everyday life possible for people with disability, by supporting their independence and participation in individually tailored and community inclusive lifestyles. We provide support throughout the night as well as a growing amount of day work. We operate 7 days and nights a week/365 days a year.

The Role

The Clinical Care Co-ordinator is responsible for specialist input and advise into assessment and care planning and co-ordination and delivery of training to staff in complex supports in line with NDIS standards 

You will work closely with the Service Manager, HR & Quality Manager and Service Delivery Coordinators to ensure all requirements under NDIS and for Nightlife/Eclipse’s participants and Disability Support Workers are met. You will also manage the administrative compliance of complex supports including medication administration compliance, support for service users with catheter and bowel management plans and palliative care in partnership with Palliative support teams. This will include developing training plans, ensuring all field staff have appropriate level of training and required competency levels to support participant care plans, and conducting classroom and on-the-job training as required.

You will also manage the clinical care of complex support. This will involve conducting participant assessments, involvement with care planning, and implementation of contemporary practices for competencies in Complex Bowel Care and Urinary Catheter Management (In-dwelling Urinary Catheter, In-Out Catheter, Suprapubic Catheter). This includes maintenance of documentation to ensure care plans are up to date and compliant and that risk registers and incidents reports are reviewed and managed.

In addition, as a nursing specialist, you will support a range of business development and accreditation activities as required. This may involve engaging with the CEO, HR & Quality and Service Manager to identify potential areas of risk and mitigation strategies, responding to new enquiries and building relationships with existing service users.

This is a permanent part-time role for 22.8 hours per week (3 days). Flexible working conditions will be considered (days and times can be negotiated with Service Delivery Manager based on operational needs).

Qualifications and Experience

  • Must possess a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • Registered Nurse with current AHPRA registration
  • Experience in disability /community aged care is essential
  • Extensive experience and knowledge in clinical needs assessment; three years clinical experience in assessment preferred
  • Significant training experience, working with diverse audiences including disability support workers
  • Assessment and care planning skills
  • A strong understanding of the relevant NDIS accreditation and NDIS Practice Standards and Quality Indicators July 2018 and government funding packages in-home care and/or disability (preferred)

Essential Requirements

  • First Aid Certificate
  • CPR Certificate
  • National Police Check
  • NDIS Workers Screening Check clearance required prior to commencement
  • Valid Australian driver's license and access to a reliable car with comprehensive insurance
  •  NDIS Online Worker Orientation Module ‘Quality, Safety and You’ Certificate.

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HR & Quality Manager (Part Time - 0.8 EFT)

We are seeking an experienced generalist HR professional, who is highly organised, empathetic and with an interest in quality/continuous improvement to join our highly motivated and passionate team. 

Nightlife’s vision is to make an everyday life possible for people with disability. We achieve this by delivering high quality, flexible supports which are ethically driven, dignified, respectful and tailored to each person’s unique lifestyle, culture and relationships. We have a well-developed reputation for providing services that are excellent, delivered via knowledgeable, skilled and caring staff 24/7. This drives our leadership and operations teams in all things that we do.

The HR & Quality Manager is responsible for developing and delivering people processes, programs and initiatives for Nightlife, that are aligned with Nightlife’s Vision, Business strategy and priority outcomes.

They will work closely with the CEO to develop strategic HR practices and plans and partner with the leadership team to deliver appropriate solutions across the employee lifecycle from recruitment to employee exit to support optimal people practices and develop our positive workplace culture.

Nightlife is a high-quality service, that is registered and accredited to deliver services under the National Disability Insurance Standards. The successful applicant will play a key role in further developing and maintaining a comprehensive Quality, Risk and Compliance framework, supporting continuous improvement, risk management and supporting ongoing accreditation and practice standards. An understanding of the not-for-profit sector and desire to make a difference will be helpful in the role.


Disability Support Workers



  • Up to 20 hours per week

Nightlife is a consumer driven, mobile service that aims to create flexible supports for people with disabilities living in their own homes. Our office is based in Heatherton, and we provide services in the Southern Bayside and Eastern regions of Melbourne.

Nightlife is seeking enthusiastic, reliable, and motivated support workers that are dedicated to the rights of people with a disability. We have various shifts available throughout the day and night and we operate 7 nights/days a week, 365 days a year.


  • Attractive remuneration package with excellent tax benefits

  • The opportunity to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives

  • Comprehensive induction program

  • Flexible working hours

  • A rewarding career in a growing service sector

  • Ongoing training, support and development

  • A great, supportive team environment


  • Cert III or other relevant qualification (or willingness to attain)

  • Current driver’s license

  • National Police Check, WWCC and any required Overseas Police Checks are essential prior to employment.

  • NDIS WORKER SCREENING CHECK: will be required for the role prior to commencement. Applications for the NDIS check can be made online through Service Victoria. For more information, please refer to the Victorian NDIS Check website.

Applications are ongoing. Please apply via ethical jobs or Seek