NDIS Data Entry and Customer Service

at Dream BIG Disabilities
Published August 23, 2022
Location Sydney, Australia
Category Customer Service  
Job Type Part-time  
Salary
$30 - $34.99 per hour

Description

NDIS Data Entry and Customer Service Dream BIG Disabilities location Sydney. $30 - $34.99 per hour.

About us about Dream BIG: Dream Big Disabilities is a successful, innovative, and inclusive, NDIS registered service provider, specialising in Support Coordination and Financial Management of Participants’ NDIS plans. Our aim is to deliver high quality Coordination of supports to people who require a more thoughtful, specialist and holistic approach to meeting their goals.

We are looking for an NDIS Data Entry and Customer Service Clerk who has creative thinking to partner with us and help grow the Dream Big brand nationwide. Benefits of working as a NDIS Data Entry and Customer Service Clerk with Dream BIG: Above hourly award remuneration Work/Life balance.

Work your own hours from home Phone and laptop provided including expenses You are fully supported by our administration team You will join a supportive, caring and passionate team of coordinators across the country, with a range of qualifications, having extensive professional experience and lived experience in disabilities.

Qualifications & experience be familiar working with online programs and customer management systems (CRM) systems - training provided Be comfortable with entering/processing invoices. Be organised and efficient a gun at data entry. Experience in a plan management company is a bonus. Accounts qualifications.

Tasks & responsibilities make sure providers are paid quickly so they are happy! Enter invoices and process provider payments daily Managing any payment issues, or banking queries Responding to payment enquiries.

Benefits above hourly award remuneration Work/Life balance. Work your own hours from home Phone and laptop provided including expenses You are fully supported by our administration team and robust systems Understanding of the NDIS pricing arrangements is an advantage but not essential.