You are responsible for implementing training and support services aimed at maximising the living, employment, social and recreational skills of people with a disability. Community inclusion, independence, decision making and personal choice are promoted through these supports, with a focus on individual needs. Supporting clients to participate in activities, learning and community events forms a generous portion of this role.
Who are we?
We strive to create a sense of empowerment, pride, identify and purpose for our participants and we are committed to hiring people who align with our purpose.
Moe Life Skills is a registered NDIS provider. We are based in Moe, easily accessible via V-line and offer our services to participants across Victoria. We deliver training in the following areas to adults in the disability sector.
Adult Literacy and Numeracy
Communication for Community Participation and Engagement
Skills for Work
Skills for Life
Due to our continued success, we are looking to develop our casual workforce to better suit the needs of our community and our strategic growth. We are committed to quality service and are looking for those with the following skills and attributes to join our valuable team.
A proven ability to be:
Patient, flexible and understanding.
Supportive and caring.
Commitment to the rights of people with disabilities to live dignified lives.
Able to accept responsibility.
Able to work as part of a team.
Able to cope with the physical demands of the job.
We are running a recruitment drive for casuals which allows you the freedom to work a role such as this around your work life balance. If this sounds like the rewarding opportunity you have been looking for, please send your application letter along with two professional referees to: email@example.com
This recruitment drive will be open for the months of July, August and September 2021. A member of our HR team will reach out to you once we have received your application.
Our community hub is one step closer to a sustainable future with the recent installation of a water tank and pump, thanks to Gippsland Water funding.
The high street community hub was acquired by Moe Life Skills in line with its vision to build inclusive communities by offering a space for all members of the community to use.
The new water system will allow the hub to reduce water usage whilst providing a sustainable source of water for their gardens to flourish. They hope to grow fresh herbs and veggies for the community so watch this space!
Funding for projects like these encourage ‘wise’ water usage by proving opportunities for communities to manage their own water resource so we can all enjoy a healthy and sustainable Gippsland for generations to come.
After a long break due to COVID restrictions, our Sunbury group were able to complete their Certificate I in Transition Education.
We held a graduation at the Global Learning Centre in Sunbury in the last week of March.
Congratulations to Riley, Liam I, Liam C, Liz, Sarah and Steve on your dedication to your studies.
If you would like to learn more about our Certificate I courses in Transition Education and Work Education which are delivered statewide across Victoria, get in touch with us today on (03) 5127 7999 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Next door to Moe Life Skills, the ‘high street community hub’ is hosting a free one-of-a-kind outdoor cinema experience showing the family movie, “Mrs Doubtfire”, on Saturday 10 April 2021 at 4 High Street, Moe.
Lockdown was a difficult time for many. We are a diverse and remarkably resilient community, supporting and working together to limit the spread of Coronavirus. This is an opportunity to celebrate together with a nostalgic, feel-good family movie.
The event is open to all people no matter what their ability and offers a true cinema experience with popcorn, barista coffee, cold drinks and ice cream available for sale. There is no EFTPOS so bring cash if you would like to purchase anything.
The venue is open from 5.30pm with live music from a local band. Bring a rug or chairs to sit on and enjoy whatever food you choose to bring. The movie starts at 6.50pm and finishes just after 9.00pm.
Due to COVID restrictions, spaces are limited so bookings are essential. To reserve a spot, call 0499 783 220.
In line with government regulations and keeping everyone’s safety their top priority, the ‘high street community hub‘ has presented their COVIDSafe Event Registration & Check List for their Outdoor Family Movie Night. They just ask that we:
Please stay at home on the night if we are unwell or have been instructed to isolate or quarantine.
Maintain at least 1.5m physical distance between other groups at all times.
Minimise movement and stay within allocated spaces where practical.
Observe requirements for face covering, cough etiquette and personal hygiene.
For more information or to book a spot, call 0499 783 220.
We have been busy bees working in the background planning and trialing new things. We wanted to ensure when we returned to service – however it may look – that it would be safe for everyone involved and delivered to the standard our community has come to expect.
We are pleased to report Phase 1 of our COVID Safe Plan has been completed and that Phase 2 is now well under way. We look forward to bringing you more updates as we return to a new look service.
Our heartfelt thanks goes out to our participants, families and staff for your continued support and patience as we navigate these uncharted waters together.
If you have any feedback or would like to discuss how we can assist you achieve your goals – the Life Skills way – contact us today on (03) 5127 7999 or email email@example.com
The Dulcie Stone ‘Stories from Home’ writing project is a collaboration between VALID and Writers Victoria. During the 2020 coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions, participants were invited to share their experiences through writing by submitting their responses to weekly topics. The submission(s) below are from Moe Life Skills participants. Happy reading and be sure to let them know if you enjoyed it!
Theme: ‘Who and What You Love’
Who and what I love (1) by Chris Bodley.
I love watching my DVD’s. The ones I love the best are “The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo”, “Romeo and Juliet” and David Attenborough’s documentaries.
I love reading books. My favourite book is “Geronimo Stilton”.
I love listening to music on You Tube. Some of my favourites are, “It’s In The Water Or The Blood” and “ King of the Road”. I have a lot more things that I love doing.
Who and What I Love (2) by Chris Bodley
I love some sea creatures. The ones I like best are the Stone Fish, and I also like the Blue Ringed Octopus and the Box Jellyfish. I also like the Tiger Shark.
I love turtles. My favourite ones are the Loggerhead and the Hawksbill.
I love going to Australia Zoo to see the reptiles, such as snakes and the crocodiles.
Who and What I Love by Georgia Green
I love my family.
My Boyfriend Justin.
He’s handsome, he is caring and we share ideas.
And my interchange family.
They go for St Kilda like me.
I also love my cousins Sarah and Kerrie.
I love my dog Billy.
I take Billy for walks.
I love working at St Vinnie’s
And the Salvation Army Op Shops.
I Like doing Zoom meetings.
And I Like to meet different people in the Zoom Meetings.
‘Your Community’ was the topic for week 7 of Dulcie Stone’s ‘Stories from Home’ project. Check out entries from Moe Life Skills participants and their peers, and be sure to let them know if you enjoyed it!
My Community by Chris Bodley
In my community is my family and my friends, and I also have Moe Life Skills.
I enjoy going to Moe Life Skills because they help me with my learning and any problems I may have.
I like talking to my friends at Moe Life Skills.
I get a lot of help from my family. I also like talking to my sisters.
My Community by Georgia Green
Every Friday night
But not since Corona, at the Moe RSL,
There is community
And making new friends
In Moe I feel safe and I like to walk
If anything happens, I just walk past the station and Moe Life Skills