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        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$120,000 - AU$150,000, per year, Based on Experience
        • full-time
        The opportunity: Join an industry leading organisation in a position which seeks to improve and refine recovery services to ensure cutting edge best practice, staff capabilities and maintain the company’s position as a preferred provider. As the organisation’s Operations Manager, you will work closely with the National Manager overseeing the daily operations including staff development, account management and utilisation of staff and resources.Our client partners with businesses to improve outcomes for psychological injuries and mental health issues as well as creating mentally healthy workplaces. Our client is forward-thinking, customer centric and extremely passionate about their people. Their expertise is underpinned by their professional, dedicated and knowledgeable staff who use a goal based, positive psychology approach. Role Responsibilities Operations Management Performance, Innovation and Continual ImprovementStaff Management Operations ManagementManage new referrals through customer briefing and allocation of staffQuality Assurance Delegation of management activities to Psychological Injury Management Specialist Staff Management Responsible for staff utilisationManagement and implementation of internal training, staff development and supervisionAssistance with recruitment and selection of new staffDevelopment of strategies for maximising efficiency, utilisation and profitability;First line complaints / Feedback Management Customer Relations Management and Business DevelopmentDevelop new relations by generating and attending external client meetingsMaintain strong relationships with existing clientsIdentifying and determining customer needs, and creating tailored solutionsProvision of value-add services for clientsMarketing of new services to existing customers by recognition of need fulfilment Performance, Innovation and Continual ImprovementLeading and monitoring performance in compensable marketResponsible for continual improvement and integration of learningsResponsibility for implementation of new and innovative services to exceed customer and scheme expectationsTeam leader mentoring and support Position Requirements Must be registered as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of AustraliaRehabilitation Psychology experience is essentialManagement Experience is essential What you will get in return Our client is committed to caring for their team and are proud to provide a collaborative work environment, work/life balance, flexibility and professional and personal development opportunities. Some of the great benefits you can expect are: Knowledgeable and supportive team Flexible work hours Health & Wellness program How to apply: To kick start your career with a leading healthcare company,connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        The opportunity: Join an industry leading organisation in a position which seeks to improve and refine recovery services to ensure cutting edge best practice, staff capabilities and maintain the company’s position as a preferred provider. As the organisation’s Operations Manager, you will work closely with the National Manager overseeing the daily operations including staff development, account management and utilisation of staff and resources.Our client partners with businesses to improve outcomes for psychological injuries and mental health issues as well as creating mentally healthy workplaces. Our client is forward-thinking, customer centric and extremely passionate about their people. Their expertise is underpinned by their professional, dedicated and knowledgeable staff who use a goal based, positive psychology approach. Role Responsibilities Operations Management Performance, Innovation and Continual ImprovementStaff Management Operations ManagementManage new referrals through customer briefing and allocation of staffQuality Assurance Delegation of management activities to Psychological Injury Management Specialist Staff Management Responsible for staff utilisationManagement and implementation of internal training, staff development and supervisionAssistance with recruitment and selection of new staffDevelopment of strategies for maximising efficiency, utilisation and profitability;First line complaints / Feedback Management Customer Relations Management and Business DevelopmentDevelop new relations by generating and attending external client meetingsMaintain strong relationships with existing clientsIdentifying and determining customer needs, and creating tailored solutionsProvision of value-add services for clientsMarketing of new services to existing customers by recognition of need fulfilment Performance, Innovation and Continual ImprovementLeading and monitoring performance in compensable marketResponsible for continual improvement and integration of learningsResponsibility for implementation of new and innovative services to exceed customer and scheme expectationsTeam leader mentoring and support Position Requirements Must be registered as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of AustraliaRehabilitation Psychology experience is essentialManagement Experience is essential What you will get in return Our client is committed to caring for their team and are proud to provide a collaborative work environment, work/life balance, flexibility and professional and personal development opportunities. Some of the great benefits you can expect are: Knowledgeable and supportive team Flexible work hours Health & Wellness program How to apply: To kick start your career with a leading healthcare company,connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$90,000 - AU$120,000, per year, relocation allowance
        • full-time
        Our client is an established and well-respected NDIS provider based in Sydney’s West with an enduring reputation of exceptional service delivery and an empowering culture.Due to significant growth and the maturing of the NDIS scheme, there is an opening for a Occupational Therapist to implement high quality therapy and support sessions to NDIS participants in their homes, day care, schools and in-clinic. This will also involve working closely with families, caregivers and other allied health professionals who may be involved in the support of an individual. about the role:Assess client's emotional, psychological, developmental and physical capabilities using clinical observations and standardised tests Assess client's functional potential in their home, leisure, work and school environments, and recommending environmental adaptations to maximise their performance Plan and direct programs through the use of vocational, recreational, remedial, social and educational activities on an individual and group basis Provide advice to family members, carers, employers and teachers about adapting client's home, leisure, work and school environments Provide adaptive equipment, such as wheel chairs and splints, to assist clients to overcome their functional limitations Work with other Health Professionals in overall case management of clients Work with other professionals in providing specialist advice to specific client groups such as those requiring driver rehabilitation, third-party compensation and medico-legal representation culture and benefits:Supportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityGrowth opportunityFlexible working arrangements$90,000 - $120,000 annually with relocation support on offerA significant opportunity to make a real and measurable impact on the lives of NDIS participants. about you:Tertiary qualification in Occupational TherapyCurrent registration with AHPRA1 year experience working as an OTDemonstrated knowledge regarding Assistive Technology and Equipment PrescriptionA contemporary, positive attitude towards disability and a passion for working with disability to apply:Randstad operate a simple process. apply confidentially either by phoning Gary Stuart on 0466 644 381 to discuss, or email your resume to gary.stuart@randstad.com.auPartner with a consultant who proactively promotes, progresses and prepares you for your next move, as vouched for recently by an allied health professional on LinkedIn:"Gary recently helped me secure a speech pathologist role in Western Sydney. His constant support and guidance, along with his humour and kindness, made a difficult process feel smooth and I could not recommend him highly enough. If you are working in allied health and are thinking about a change he is definitely the right person for the job"At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Our client is an established and well-respected NDIS provider based in Sydney’s West with an enduring reputation of exceptional service delivery and an empowering culture.Due to significant growth and the maturing of the NDIS scheme, there is an opening for a Occupational Therapist to implement high quality therapy and support sessions to NDIS participants in their homes, day care, schools and in-clinic. This will also involve working closely with families, caregivers and other allied health professionals who may be involved in the support of an individual. about the role:Assess client's emotional, psychological, developmental and physical capabilities using clinical observations and standardised tests Assess client's functional potential in their home, leisure, work and school environments, and recommending environmental adaptations to maximise their performance Plan and direct programs through the use of vocational, recreational, remedial, social and educational activities on an individual and group basis Provide advice to family members, carers, employers and teachers about adapting client's home, leisure, work and school environments Provide adaptive equipment, such as wheel chairs and splints, to assist clients to overcome their functional limitations Work with other Health Professionals in overall case management of clients Work with other professionals in providing specialist advice to specific client groups such as those requiring driver rehabilitation, third-party compensation and medico-legal representation culture and benefits:Supportive and close-knit team with an emphasis on inclusion and diversityGrowth opportunityFlexible working arrangements$90,000 - $120,000 annually with relocation support on offerA significant opportunity to make a real and measurable impact on the lives of NDIS participants. about you:Tertiary qualification in Occupational TherapyCurrent registration with AHPRA1 year experience working as an OTDemonstrated knowledge regarding Assistive Technology and Equipment PrescriptionA contemporary, positive attitude towards disability and a passion for working with disability to apply:Randstad operate a simple process. apply confidentially either by phoning Gary Stuart on 0466 644 381 to discuss, or email your resume to gary.stuart@randstad.com.auPartner with a consultant who proactively promotes, progresses and prepares you for your next move, as vouched for recently by an allied health professional on LinkedIn:"Gary recently helped me secure a speech pathologist role in Western Sydney. His constant support and guidance, along with his humour and kindness, made a difficult process feel smooth and I could not recommend him highly enough. If you are working in allied health and are thinking about a change he is definitely the right person for the job"At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$55.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
        • full-time
        MENTAL HEALTH COMPLEX CASE MANAGER (CLINICAL) - DVA: SYDNEY & BRISBANE Work within the Department of Veteran Affairs support service, located in most major cities. The aim of the service is to provide specialised, goal-oriented, long-term case management to veterans, defence members and their families identified as having complex and multiple needs. ABOUT THE ROLE:Develop risk management plans and strategies to assist clients identified as being at risk and/or with complex multiple needsProvide clinical guidance and support to case coordinators who are assisting clients identified as being at risk and/or having complex and multiple needsAssist clients to access the required information and support services for their psychological and physical healthLiaise with the ADF, ex-service organisations, community groups and service providers to facilitate service provisionPositions available in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide ABOUT YOU:AASW registered Social Worker, ORAHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistEligible for Working with Children Check & Vulnerable Peoples CheckMinimum 2 years experience in clinical service provisionExperience coordinating the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clients in community mental health teams THE BENEFITS:Fantastic remuneration ($60 p/h + 9.5% Super) and weekly pay!Monday-Friday position, full-time hoursSupportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to see and create real change within your communityPositions available due to increased government investment in Mental Health If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact me either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 07 3864 4966Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
        MENTAL HEALTH COMPLEX CASE MANAGER (CLINICAL) - DVA: SYDNEY & BRISBANE Work within the Department of Veteran Affairs support service, located in most major cities. The aim of the service is to provide specialised, goal-oriented, long-term case management to veterans, defence members and their families identified as having complex and multiple needs. ABOUT THE ROLE:Develop risk management plans and strategies to assist clients identified as being at risk and/or with complex multiple needsProvide clinical guidance and support to case coordinators who are assisting clients identified as being at risk and/or having complex and multiple needsAssist clients to access the required information and support services for their psychological and physical healthLiaise with the ADF, ex-service organisations, community groups and service providers to facilitate service provisionPositions available in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide ABOUT YOU:AASW registered Social Worker, ORAHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistEligible for Working with Children Check & Vulnerable Peoples CheckMinimum 2 years experience in clinical service provisionExperience coordinating the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clients in community mental health teams THE BENEFITS:Fantastic remuneration ($60 p/h + 9.5% Super) and weekly pay!Monday-Friday position, full-time hoursSupportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to see and create real change within your communityPositions available due to increased government investment in Mental Health If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact me either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 07 3864 4966Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.

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