Employment Services Delivery (ESD) 6
ESD 6 roles are generally frontline positions, which means you are working directly with people with disability. You will make a real difference to a person’s life by using your practical employment services skills and experience to support individuals achieve their employment goals and aspirations. Role titles within the ESD job family include:
- Employment Facilitator
- Employment Consultant
- Employment Adviser
As an ESD 6, you’ll ensure the provision of appropriate employment services to people with disability, and have effective links and relationships with employers. You’ll have a significant practical knowledge of the work area and services provided and will assist senior managers with planning and evaluation of services/supports offered.
As such, you’ll often work in a supervisory team leader role, providing performance feedback to individuals in the team, or may personally manage a complex caseload. Plus you’ll ensure appropriate information and referral processes and administration systems are in place.
Qualifications and experience
Employers will specify qualification or equivalent experience requirements for particular roles at this level. However, the range of qualifications or training and experience that align with an ESD 6 are equivalent to a Vocational and Educational Training Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree with experience, or a 3 year degree.
But don’t be too worried if you don’t have any formal qualifications or training in disability, as you’ll almost certainly have other skills, experience, capabilities and transferable qualifications that are extremely useful and that will help contribute to having a successful and enjoyable career in the disability sector.
Having the right attitude and a desire to make a difference are two other important qualities that you’ll need as an ESD 6
ESD 6 roles are rewarding and challenging. Every day you get to make a positive difference to the lives of people with disability by supporting them find meaningful work.
ESD 6 roles are rewarding and challenging. Every day you get to make a positive difference to the lives of people with disability by supporting them in securing meaningful work.