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        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$95,000, per year, PD allowance and NFP benefits
        • full-time
        Our Client is a leading NFP organisation that has been working with children and families since 1977. They are currently looking to expand their service by employing an Occupational Therapist due to growth and an increasing demand. The organisation currently provides occupational therapy, speech pathology and psychology services to children aged from 0 to 13 years from our clinic, at school, home or at childcare/kinder depending on what works best for the child and their family. The role: The role involves providing therapy services with a focus on client centred goals around schooling, self-care, play, social participation, and other important areas of development. What we offer: full time or part-time hoursa competitive salaryaccess to salary packagingup to 5 days (pro rata) paid professional development leave, a yearly personal PD budget and access to inhouse PDa multidisciplinary team environmentmentoringa supportive administration teama recently renovated clinic with free onsite parkingAbout You: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent tertiary qualification.AHPRA registration.Experience conducting thorough assessments, creating care plans and recommending home management plans.Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport with clients and families as well as other health and educational professionals.Excellent time management skills.Knowledge of the NDIS.Working with Children check.NDIS worker screen check.Ability to apply for a Medicare provider number.The right to work in Australia.Valid driver’s license and car.So if you a=want to be part of this organisation and contribute to the local community with your OT skills and experiance then please give Abhi a call on 1300 289 817 to find out more 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 a leading NFP organisation that has been working with children and families since 1977. They are currently looking to expand their service by employing an Occupational Therapist due to growth and an increasing demand. The organisation currently provides occupational therapy, speech pathology and psychology services to children aged from 0 to 13 years from our clinic, at school, home or at childcare/kinder depending on what works best for the child and their family. The role: The role involves providing therapy services with a focus on client centred goals around schooling, self-care, play, social participation, and other important areas of development. What we offer: full time or part-time hoursa competitive salaryaccess to salary packagingup to 5 days (pro rata) paid professional development leave, a yearly personal PD budget and access to inhouse PDa multidisciplinary team environmentmentoringa supportive administration teama recently renovated clinic with free onsite parkingAbout You: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent tertiary qualification.AHPRA registration.Experience conducting thorough assessments, creating care plans and recommending home management plans.Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport with clients and families as well as other health and educational professionals.Excellent time management skills.Knowledge of the NDIS.Working with Children check.NDIS worker screen check.Ability to apply for a Medicare provider number.The right to work in Australia.Valid driver’s license and car.So if you a=want to be part of this organisation and contribute to the local community with your OT skills and experiance then please give Abhi a call on 1300 289 817 to find out more 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, great support & training for development
        • full-time
        Join a diverse team of allied health and early childhood professionals all with the collaborative goals in providing exceptional services to children, their families and the community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. Responsibilities: Provide a high level of support in your profession as a Speech PathologistCollaborate with other passionate individuals in the ongoing development of the organisation’s clienteleProblem solve and build strong rapport with key stakeholders both internal and externalSupport individuals and families with a variety of conditions including delayed development, intellectual disability, additional needs and disabilities including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, dyslexia, ADHD, ADDProvide effective communication, case notes and reportsYour values as a Speech Pathologist: Champion excellence in high standards of speech and language therapy.Teamwork and collaboration to achieve the best possible outcomes for clientsCustomer experience focussedBuilding partnerships and brand awarenessSound knowledge of working to NDIS plansBenefits of working for this Not-For-Profit: Ongoing professional education and training services to contribute to your success.Salary Sacrifice benefits, opportunity for extra cash in your pocket tax free!Satisfaction you will receive from making a difference in forming young lives If you are excited for what this opportunity and company can offer you, apply now by clicking on the link. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Abhi on 1300 289 817. 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.
        Join a diverse team of allied health and early childhood professionals all with the collaborative goals in providing exceptional services to children, their families and the community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. Responsibilities: Provide a high level of support in your profession as a Speech PathologistCollaborate with other passionate individuals in the ongoing development of the organisation’s clienteleProblem solve and build strong rapport with key stakeholders both internal and externalSupport individuals and families with a variety of conditions including delayed development, intellectual disability, additional needs and disabilities including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, dyslexia, ADHD, ADDProvide effective communication, case notes and reportsYour values as a Speech Pathologist: Champion excellence in high standards of speech and language therapy.Teamwork and collaboration to achieve the best possible outcomes for clientsCustomer experience focussedBuilding partnerships and brand awarenessSound knowledge of working to NDIS plansBenefits of working for this Not-For-Profit: Ongoing professional education and training services to contribute to your success.Salary Sacrifice benefits, opportunity for extra cash in your pocket tax free!Satisfaction you will receive from making a difference in forming young lives If you are excited for what this opportunity and company can offer you, apply now by clicking on the link. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Abhi on 1300 289 817. 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$90,000 - AU$110,000, per year, great support & training for development
        • full-time
        Join a diverse team of allied health and early childhood professionals all with the collaborative goals in providing exceptional services to children, their families and the community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. Responsibilities: Provide a high level of support in your profession as an Occupational TherapistCollaborate with other passionate individuals in the ongoing development of the organisation’s clienteleProblem solve and build strong rapport with key stakeholders both internal and externalSupport individuals and families with a variety of conditions including delayed development, intellectual disability, additional needs and disabilities including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD and ADDProvide effective communication, case notes and reports in relation to your caseloadYour values as an Occupational Therapist: Champion excellence in high standards of Occupational TherapyTeamwork and collaboration to achieve the best possible outcomes for clientsCustomer experience focussedSound knowledge of NDIS plansBuilding partnerships and brand awarenessBenefits of working for this Not-For-Profit: Ongoing professional education and training services to contribute to your success.Salary sacrifice benefits, opportunity for extra cash in your pocket tax free!Satisfaction you will receive from making a difference in forming young lives If you are excited for what this opportunity and company can offer you, apply now by clicking on the link or emailing amy.mcconnell@randstad.com.au directly and you will be contacted straight away. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Abhi on 1300 289 817. 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.
        Join a diverse team of allied health and early childhood professionals all with the collaborative goals in providing exceptional services to children, their families and the community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. Responsibilities: Provide a high level of support in your profession as an Occupational TherapistCollaborate with other passionate individuals in the ongoing development of the organisation’s clienteleProblem solve and build strong rapport with key stakeholders both internal and externalSupport individuals and families with a variety of conditions including delayed development, intellectual disability, additional needs and disabilities including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD and ADDProvide effective communication, case notes and reports in relation to your caseloadYour values as an Occupational Therapist: Champion excellence in high standards of Occupational TherapyTeamwork and collaboration to achieve the best possible outcomes for clientsCustomer experience focussedSound knowledge of NDIS plansBuilding partnerships and brand awarenessBenefits of working for this Not-For-Profit: Ongoing professional education and training services to contribute to your success.Salary sacrifice benefits, opportunity for extra cash in your pocket tax free!Satisfaction you will receive from making a difference in forming young lives If you are excited for what this opportunity and company can offer you, apply now by clicking on the link or emailing amy.mcconnell@randstad.com.au directly and you will be contacted straight away. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Abhi on 1300 289 817. 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$95,000 - AU$110,000, per year, Plus Super and 8K PD and car Allowance
        • full-time
        Our Client a highly sought after company to work aims to provide exceptional allied health services to clients of all ages across Australia. They are currently looking for a Number of OT And Team leaders to come on board to help them cope with the influx of clients!! Occupational Therapist will have the opportunity to: • Manage a varied caseload and provide assessment and intervention in life skills, social and sensory • Develop holistic therapy plans within a multidisciplinary team and provide direct community, school based and home based intervention and support programs. • Work 1:1 and in group contexts with children, teenagers and adults. • Work with varying conditions including: Autism, ADD/ADHD, Development Coordination Disorder, Sensory Processing Difficulties, Motor Dyspraxia, Down Syndrome, Global Developmental Delay and Learning Disabilities. • Develop clinical resources and tools and implement across the team • Be a brand ambassador for National 360 Occupational Therapy nationally• Provide Supervision to Graduate and Junior Occupational Therapists *experience dependent on level of supervision given Requirements: • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy • NDIS experience and understanding desirable • Proven (or emerging) supervision skills • Clinical experience as a Senior Occupational Therapist preferably community-based• A passion for assisting clients to reach their full potential • A high level of written and verbal communication skills, particularly in advocacy, mediation, negotiation and conflict resolution • Current driver's licence and registered vehicle • AHPRA Registration • NDIS worker screening clearance Why work with us? • We provide ongoing training and development opportunities • We have discipline specific specialists e.g. Mental health, Paediatrics, Behaviour Support • Amazing caseload variety or matched to your area of skill or passion • Paid professional development and working from home allowance• A flexible work arrangement around your schedule – FT and PT positions• Regular 1:1 Clinical Supervision • Flexibility to work from your home and from one of our office locations If this role has sparked some interest for you aor you are looking to lead a team and step up into leadership then please get in touch with Abhi Naik At Randstad Health Care on 1300 289 817 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 a highly sought after company to work aims to provide exceptional allied health services to clients of all ages across Australia. They are currently looking for a Number of OT And Team leaders to come on board to help them cope with the influx of clients!! Occupational Therapist will have the opportunity to: • Manage a varied caseload and provide assessment and intervention in life skills, social and sensory • Develop holistic therapy plans within a multidisciplinary team and provide direct community, school based and home based intervention and support programs. • Work 1:1 and in group contexts with children, teenagers and adults. • Work with varying conditions including: Autism, ADD/ADHD, Development Coordination Disorder, Sensory Processing Difficulties, Motor Dyspraxia, Down Syndrome, Global Developmental Delay and Learning Disabilities. • Develop clinical resources and tools and implement across the team • Be a brand ambassador for National 360 Occupational Therapy nationally• Provide Supervision to Graduate and Junior Occupational Therapists *experience dependent on level of supervision given Requirements: • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy • NDIS experience and understanding desirable • Proven (or emerging) supervision skills • Clinical experience as a Senior Occupational Therapist preferably community-based• A passion for assisting clients to reach their full potential • A high level of written and verbal communication skills, particularly in advocacy, mediation, negotiation and conflict resolution • Current driver's licence and registered vehicle • AHPRA Registration • NDIS worker screening clearance Why work with us? • We provide ongoing training and development opportunities • We have discipline specific specialists e.g. Mental health, Paediatrics, Behaviour Support • Amazing caseload variety or matched to your area of skill or passion • Paid professional development and working from home allowance• A flexible work arrangement around your schedule – FT and PT positions• Regular 1:1 Clinical Supervision • Flexibility to work from your home and from one of our office locations If this role has sparked some interest for you aor you are looking to lead a team and step up into leadership then please get in touch with Abhi Naik At Randstad Health Care on 1300 289 817 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Super + Free pilates instructor training
        • full-time
        WOMEN's HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPIST - BELLARA (BRIBIE ISLAND)Are you looking to be a part of an organisation that actively invests in skill development? Your new workplace has operations spanning Australia and New Zealand and is looking to add another Women's Health Physio to their growing Bribie team.ABOUT YOUR ROLE:Overseeing caseload that is comprised of part women's health and part muskuloskeletalAdditional services include Clinical Pilates, Real time ultrasound, Therapeutic ultrasound, Shockwave Therapy and Prescription Orthotics.Work in with internal and external Allied Health ProfessionalsContribute to the development of professional knowledge and skills in Physiotherapy ABOUT YOU:Solutions focussed and a team playerEager to specialise in women's healthQualifications and AHPRA registration as an Physiotherapist YOUR BENEFITS:Be a part of a team that has experienced almost no turnover in years!!Work within a large organisation experiecing great growthBe generously rewarded for work through lucrative bonusesFREE pilates instructor training! If this position EXCITES you then please apply via the link below! To discuss the role or have a confidential discussion regarding opportunities and your professional journey, please call me (Kimberley Davison) on 1300 289 817 or email kim.davison@randstad.com.au. My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress! At Randstad, Health & Social Care 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.
        WOMEN's HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPIST - BELLARA (BRIBIE ISLAND)Are you looking to be a part of an organisation that actively invests in skill development? Your new workplace has operations spanning Australia and New Zealand and is looking to add another Women's Health Physio to their growing Bribie team.ABOUT YOUR ROLE:Overseeing caseload that is comprised of part women's health and part muskuloskeletalAdditional services include Clinical Pilates, Real time ultrasound, Therapeutic ultrasound, Shockwave Therapy and Prescription Orthotics.Work in with internal and external Allied Health ProfessionalsContribute to the development of professional knowledge and skills in Physiotherapy ABOUT YOU:Solutions focussed and a team playerEager to specialise in women's healthQualifications and AHPRA registration as an Physiotherapist YOUR BENEFITS:Be a part of a team that has experienced almost no turnover in years!!Work within a large organisation experiecing great growthBe generously rewarded for work through lucrative bonusesFREE pilates instructor training! If this position EXCITES you then please apply via the link below! To discuss the role or have a confidential discussion regarding opportunities and your professional journey, please call me (Kimberley Davison) on 1300 289 817 or email kim.davison@randstad.com.au. My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress! At Randstad, Health & Social Care 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$95,000, per year, PD allowance and NFP benefits
        • full-time
        Our Client is a leading NFP organisation that has been working with children and families since 1977. They are currently looking to expand their service by employing an Occupational Therapist due to growth and an increasing demand. The organisation currently provides occupational therapy, speech pathology and psychology services to children aged from 0 to 13 years from our clinic, at school, home or at childcare/kinder depending on what works best for the child and their family. The role: The role involves providing therapy services with a focus on client centred goals around schooling, self-care, play, social participation, and other important areas of development. What we offer: full time or part-time hoursa competitive salaryaccess to salary packagingup to 5 days (pro rata) paid professional development leave, a yearly personal PD budget and access to inhouse PDa multidisciplinary team environmentmentoringa supportive administration teama recently renovated clinic with free onsite parkingAbout You: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent tertiary qualification.AHPRA registration.Experience conducting thorough assessments, creating care plans and recommending home management plans.Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport with clients and families as well as other health and educational professionals.Excellent time management skills.Knowledge of the NDIS.Working with Children check.NDIS worker screen check.Ability to apply for a Medicare provider number.The right to work in Australia.Valid driver’s license and car.So if you a=want to be part of this organisation and contribute to the local community with your OT skills and experiance then please give Abhi a call on 1300 289 817 to find out more 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 a leading NFP organisation that has been working with children and families since 1977. They are currently looking to expand their service by employing an Occupational Therapist due to growth and an increasing demand. The organisation currently provides occupational therapy, speech pathology and psychology services to children aged from 0 to 13 years from our clinic, at school, home or at childcare/kinder depending on what works best for the child and their family. The role: The role involves providing therapy services with a focus on client centred goals around schooling, self-care, play, social participation, and other important areas of development. What we offer: full time or part-time hoursa competitive salaryaccess to salary packagingup to 5 days (pro rata) paid professional development leave, a yearly personal PD budget and access to inhouse PDa multidisciplinary team environmentmentoringa supportive administration teama recently renovated clinic with free onsite parkingAbout You: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent tertiary qualification.AHPRA registration.Experience conducting thorough assessments, creating care plans and recommending home management plans.Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport with clients and families as well as other health and educational professionals.Excellent time management skills.Knowledge of the NDIS.Working with Children check.NDIS worker screen check.Ability to apply for a Medicare provider number.The right to work in Australia.Valid driver’s license and car.So if you a=want to be part of this organisation and contribute to the local community with your OT skills and experiance then please give Abhi a call on 1300 289 817 to find out more 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$60,000 - AU$90,000, per year, great support & training for development
        • full-time
        Join a diverse team of allied health and early childhood professionals all with the collaborative goals in providing exceptional services to children, their families and the community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. Responsibilities: Provide a high level of support in your profession as an Occupational TherapistCollaborate with other passionate individuals in the ongoing development of the organisation’s clienteleProblem solve and build strong rapport with key stakeholders both internal and externalSupport individuals and families with a variety of conditions including delayed development, intellectual disability, additional needs and disabilities including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD and ADDProvide effective communication, case notes and reports in relation to your caseloadYour values as an Occupational Therapist: Champion excellence in high standards of Occupational TherapyTeamwork and collaboration to achieve the best possible outcomes for clientsCustomer experience focussedSound knowledge of NDIS plansBuilding partnerships and brand awarenessBenefits of working for this Not-For-Profit: Ongoing professional education and training services to contribute to your success.Salary sacrifice benefits, opportunity for extra cash in your pocket tax free!Satisfaction you will receive from making a difference in forming young lives If you are excited for what this opportunity and company can offer you, apply now by clicking on the link or emailing amy.mcconnell@randstad.com.au directly and you will be contacted straight away. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Abhi on 1300 289 817. 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.
        Join a diverse team of allied health and early childhood professionals all with the collaborative goals in providing exceptional services to children, their families and the community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. Responsibilities: Provide a high level of support in your profession as an Occupational TherapistCollaborate with other passionate individuals in the ongoing development of the organisation’s clienteleProblem solve and build strong rapport with key stakeholders both internal and externalSupport individuals and families with a variety of conditions including delayed development, intellectual disability, additional needs and disabilities including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD and ADDProvide effective communication, case notes and reports in relation to your caseloadYour values as an Occupational Therapist: Champion excellence in high standards of Occupational TherapyTeamwork and collaboration to achieve the best possible outcomes for clientsCustomer experience focussedSound knowledge of NDIS plansBuilding partnerships and brand awarenessBenefits of working for this Not-For-Profit: Ongoing professional education and training services to contribute to your success.Salary sacrifice benefits, opportunity for extra cash in your pocket tax free!Satisfaction you will receive from making a difference in forming young lives If you are excited for what this opportunity and company can offer you, apply now by clicking on the link or emailing amy.mcconnell@randstad.com.au directly and you will be contacted straight away. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Abhi on 1300 289 817. 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$150,000, per year, contribute to success & be rewarded
        • full-time
        Join the team of this reputable mobile and telehealth based Speech Pathology practice as a Clinical Lead/ Senior Speech Pathologist and contribute to their continuous growth in being number one in providing support to individuals aged 7 to adults with a variety of medical diagnoses and presentations. Benefits: This position is offering great a opportunity for professional development into leadership and the opportunity to become a key contributor to the overall goals of making positive impacts to people’s lives. Great Salary Packaging, CPD and Allowances! Responsibilities:Providing your expertise as a senior professional in Speech Pathology to support and contribute to the continuing success of the companyLead by example showcasing a high standard of services to both clients and cliniciansYou will be responsible for the management to a growing team of Speech Pathologists as well as providing clincial support to clients on a 50/50 capacity while the business growsYou have the ability to be adaptable and solution orientated, creating effective and solutions driven pathways to success in the businessDemonstrating leadership and mentoring a growing team of professionals to provide unique and effective solutions to clientsImproving efficiency and coordination at the point of careShare in the goals of the business to make positive impacts by advocating for patientsYour attributes:You are a Senior Speech Pathologist looking for the next steps into managementYou communicate effectively and can set direction while maintaining clinical competence and integrityAre approachable, supportive and act as role models for othersDemonstrate successful impacts to how clinical care is deliveredCan lead change and service improvement and influence organisational policyDoes this sound perfect for your next career move? Are you available to commit to this full time opportunity to set expectations and quality pathways to both clients and junior Speech Pathologist's. Apply now to be one step closer to becoming a part of this welcoming and supportive company and team! For a confidential discussion about this position contact Abhi on 1300 289 817 or apply by the link below 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.
        Join the team of this reputable mobile and telehealth based Speech Pathology practice as a Clinical Lead/ Senior Speech Pathologist and contribute to their continuous growth in being number one in providing support to individuals aged 7 to adults with a variety of medical diagnoses and presentations. Benefits: This position is offering great a opportunity for professional development into leadership and the opportunity to become a key contributor to the overall goals of making positive impacts to people’s lives. Great Salary Packaging, CPD and Allowances! Responsibilities:Providing your expertise as a senior professional in Speech Pathology to support and contribute to the continuing success of the companyLead by example showcasing a high standard of services to both clients and cliniciansYou will be responsible for the management to a growing team of Speech Pathologists as well as providing clincial support to clients on a 50/50 capacity while the business growsYou have the ability to be adaptable and solution orientated, creating effective and solutions driven pathways to success in the businessDemonstrating leadership and mentoring a growing team of professionals to provide unique and effective solutions to clientsImproving efficiency and coordination at the point of careShare in the goals of the business to make positive impacts by advocating for patientsYour attributes:You are a Senior Speech Pathologist looking for the next steps into managementYou communicate effectively and can set direction while maintaining clinical competence and integrityAre approachable, supportive and act as role models for othersDemonstrate successful impacts to how clinical care is deliveredCan lead change and service improvement and influence organisational policyDoes this sound perfect for your next career move? Are you available to commit to this full time opportunity to set expectations and quality pathways to both clients and junior Speech Pathologist's. Apply now to be one step closer to becoming a part of this welcoming and supportive company and team! For a confidential discussion about this position contact Abhi on 1300 289 817 or apply by the link below 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, great support & training for development
        • full-time
        Join a diverse team of allied health and early childhood professionals all with the collaborative goals in providing exceptional services to children, their families and the community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. Responsibilities: Provide a high level of support in your profession as a Speech PathologistCollaborate with other passionate individuals in the ongoing development of the organisation’s clienteleProblem solve and build strong rapport with key stakeholders both internal and externalSupport individuals and families with a variety of conditions including delayed development, intellectual disability, additional needs and disabilities including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, dyslexia, ADHD, ADDProvide effective communication, case notes and reportsYour values as a Speech Pathologist: Champion excellence in high standards of speech and language therapy.Teamwork and collaboration to achieve the best possible outcomes for clientsCustomer experience focussedBuilding partnerships and brand awarenessSound knowledge of working to NDIS plansBenefits of working for this Not-For-Profit: Ongoing professional education and training services to contribute to your success.Salary Sacrifice benefits, opportunity for extra cash in your pocket tax free!Satisfaction you will receive from making a difference in forming young lives If you are excited for what this opportunity and company can offer you, apply now by clicking on the link. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Abhi on 1300 289 817. 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.
        Join a diverse team of allied health and early childhood professionals all with the collaborative goals in providing exceptional services to children, their families and the community in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. Responsibilities: Provide a high level of support in your profession as a Speech PathologistCollaborate with other passionate individuals in the ongoing development of the organisation’s clienteleProblem solve and build strong rapport with key stakeholders both internal and externalSupport individuals and families with a variety of conditions including delayed development, intellectual disability, additional needs and disabilities including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, dyslexia, ADHD, ADDProvide effective communication, case notes and reportsYour values as a Speech Pathologist: Champion excellence in high standards of speech and language therapy.Teamwork and collaboration to achieve the best possible outcomes for clientsCustomer experience focussedBuilding partnerships and brand awarenessSound knowledge of working to NDIS plansBenefits of working for this Not-For-Profit: Ongoing professional education and training services to contribute to your success.Salary Sacrifice benefits, opportunity for extra cash in your pocket tax free!Satisfaction you will receive from making a difference in forming young lives If you are excited for what this opportunity and company can offer you, apply now by clicking on the link. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Abhi on 1300 289 817. 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$75,000 - AU$85,000, per year, Plus Car allowance and 2k PD allowance
        • full-time
        Our Client is looking for an experienced Behaviour Support Practitioner to join our growing team in Vic. Full time preferred, however Part Time Role (4 days per week) may be considered.About the roleYou will manage a caseload of Behaviour Support clients and work closely with our multidisciplinary team to provide high quality services that address behaviours of concern.The role involves mainly working with adults in community settings (group homes - SIL/ SDA, day programs, nursing homes and homes and places of employment for participants). There is a small number of children that you may also see.The role involves conducting functional behaviour assessments, developing behaviour support plans, assessing restricted practices and implementing safety plan, training families, support workers and others to minimise harm and manage behaviours of concern so that the participant can participate in life to their best.You will write reports, lodge Behaviour Plans with the NDIS and assist providers to monitor and reduce restrictive practices.This role involves regular supervision, assistance to work towards a higher NDIS Behaviour Support Accreditation (dependent on experience), team training, regular team meetings and close work with our Psychology team.Position RequirementsQualifications in Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Social/ Behavioural Science, Psychology, Social Work, Special Education or significant experience as a Support Worker managing behaviours of concern.Ability to work effectively with a range of stakeholders including individuals, families, support team, Local Area Coordinators, NDIA, the Office of the Public Guardian, government agencies and specialist support services.Excellent verbal communication skills- able to build rapport, conduct interviews, administer questionnaires, negotiate, lead training for small groupsExcellent report writing skillsExcellent time management skillsExcellent computer skills- proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power PointUnrestricted Drivers LicenseAccess to a vehicle to use for work (KMs reimbursed)Have a Working with Children CheckEligible for NDIS Worker Check DesirableAssessed as Core or Proficient (by NDIS Q & S)Previous experience working in behaviour support and/ or working with children/ adults with a disability.Why work for us?Be part of a company that provides allied health assessment and intervention to children and adults with a disability and/ or who have been injured at work, as well as Support Coordination..They are:Client Focused- our clients needs are of the highest priorityQuality- We set high standards, are accountable and continuously improving.Passionate- we love what we do and we help people make a difference!Integrity- We do what we say, we are transparent and take ownership of what we do.Performance- We are results focused through achieving client and company outcomes.Team- We care for our people and invest in their growth and development. This position is well remunerated in line with experience in this role. In addition we provide a CPD allowance, team resources budget, company rewards program, administrative support as well as access to a bonus scheme. Contact us, if you are looking to make your career with us in Behaviour Support services.Please get in touch with Abhi on 1300 289 817 to discuss the role in more details.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 looking for an experienced Behaviour Support Practitioner to join our growing team in Vic. Full time preferred, however Part Time Role (4 days per week) may be considered.About the roleYou will manage a caseload of Behaviour Support clients and work closely with our multidisciplinary team to provide high quality services that address behaviours of concern.The role involves mainly working with adults in community settings (group homes - SIL/ SDA, day programs, nursing homes and homes and places of employment for participants). There is a small number of children that you may also see.The role involves conducting functional behaviour assessments, developing behaviour support plans, assessing restricted practices and implementing safety plan, training families, support workers and others to minimise harm and manage behaviours of concern so that the participant can participate in life to their best.You will write reports, lodge Behaviour Plans with the NDIS and assist providers to monitor and reduce restrictive practices.This role involves regular supervision, assistance to work towards a higher NDIS Behaviour Support Accreditation (dependent on experience), team training, regular team meetings and close work with our Psychology team.Position RequirementsQualifications in Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Social/ Behavioural Science, Psychology, Social Work, Special Education or significant experience as a Support Worker managing behaviours of concern.Ability to work effectively with a range of stakeholders including individuals, families, support team, Local Area Coordinators, NDIA, the Office of the Public Guardian, government agencies and specialist support services.Excellent verbal communication skills- able to build rapport, conduct interviews, administer questionnaires, negotiate, lead training for small groupsExcellent report writing skillsExcellent time management skillsExcellent computer skills- proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power PointUnrestricted Drivers LicenseAccess to a vehicle to use for work (KMs reimbursed)Have a Working with Children CheckEligible for NDIS Worker Check DesirableAssessed as Core or Proficient (by NDIS Q & S)Previous experience working in behaviour support and/ or working with children/ adults with a disability.Why work for us?Be part of a company that provides allied health assessment and intervention to children and adults with a disability and/ or who have been injured at work, as well as Support Coordination..They are:Client Focused- our clients needs are of the highest priorityQuality- We set high standards, are accountable and continuously improving.Passionate- we love what we do and we help people make a difference!Integrity- We do what we say, we are transparent and take ownership of what we do.Performance- We are results focused through achieving client and company outcomes.Team- We care for our people and invest in their growth and development. This position is well remunerated in line with experience in this role. In addition we provide a CPD allowance, team resources budget, company rewards program, administrative support as well as access to a bonus scheme. Contact us, if you are looking to make your career with us in Behaviour Support services.Please get in touch with Abhi on 1300 289 817 to discuss the role in more details.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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$95,000 - AU$110,000, per year, plus Super and PD allowance
        • full-time
        Are you wanting a Change?Are you looking for growth ?Do you want to be part of a tech revolution? If you answered yes to any of the above or just want to know more then read on. Our Client is a team of highly experienced Occupational Therapists, passionately delivering home modifications and assistive technology solutions to our clients within the community to Enable their lives.You will be given the opportunity:To work alongside our amazing clients to deliver the best possible solutions to maximise their independence at their home.Provide a working environment for our highly experienced and dedicated OT’s that is second to none. About you?The company is seeking either a:Senior Occupational Therapist orAn Occupational Therapist looking to take the next step in their career and is passionate about home modifications and assistive technology We have a highly experienced team that consists of a Principal OT, Team Leader and a number of Senior OT’s, enabling us to provide a fantastic learning environment where you will grow your skills and experience in home modifications and assistive technology.The right person will:Either: Have extensive community health experience alongside experience in successfully completing home modification projects and prescribing assistive technology solutions to clients.Be passionate to learn and develop a career in home modifications and assistive technology.OR:Be passionate to work with and advocate for clients that have a disability; Have excellent communication, report writing and organisation skills;Have a positive attitude, is caring, fun and has a great sense of humour;Enjoy the balance of working autonomously and also being part of a supportive and friendly team;Be an innovative and lateral thinker that can conceptualise a number of possible solutions for our clients to choose from; Enjoy a challenge and want to grow their skills and experience; Who we are?Our client is a highly sought after team of passionate and highly experienced Occupational Therapists providing services to clients in the home and community to improve their everyday living.They are a values based organisation that deeply cares for our clients who are at the centre of all that we do.Why Join us: You provide a high-quality service to our clients by our highly experienced cliniciansYou passionately advocate for our clients to provide solutions that enables their livesThey are timely and responsive to our clients needsThey place the client and their goals at the centre of everything they doBe part of a company that emphasise a team approach to achieve the best outcomes for the client show each client the utmost care, respect and valueworking environment:be part of an amazing culture that is caring, supportive and fun.They prioritise work life balance and encourage our team to keep normal and consistent working hours. flexibility available.Be part of passionate learners and like to share our experiences and ideas as a team. Have continually investment into our people, providing opportunities to learn and develop through clinical supervision, mentoring, team education sessions and more so they can deliver the best service to our amazing clients. value being part of a team and as such provide opportunities to connect, learn from each other and spend time together.What’s in it for you?A focus on growing your skills and providing you with breadth of experience including:A comprehensive induction to get you started on the right footInteresting and challenging caseload whilst being supportedCoaching and mentoring from our Managers and Senior OT’sA professional development allowanceClinical supervision to support you and help you feel valuedSignificant flexibility as you can: Manage your own diaryWork from home when not visiting clientsFlexible working hoursExcellent remunerationRewarding work in disability and aged careBe part of a supportive, friendly and fun teamAdministrative support provided So if you want to be part of a great team doing some amazing work for patients then get in touch with Abhi at Randstad today on 1300 289 817 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.
        Are you wanting a Change?Are you looking for growth ?Do you want to be part of a tech revolution? If you answered yes to any of the above or just want to know more then read on. Our Client is a team of highly experienced Occupational Therapists, passionately delivering home modifications and assistive technology solutions to our clients within the community to Enable their lives.You will be given the opportunity:To work alongside our amazing clients to deliver the best possible solutions to maximise their independence at their home.Provide a working environment for our highly experienced and dedicated OT’s that is second to none. About you?The company is seeking either a:Senior Occupational Therapist orAn Occupational Therapist looking to take the next step in their career and is passionate about home modifications and assistive technology We have a highly experienced team that consists of a Principal OT, Team Leader and a number of Senior OT’s, enabling us to provide a fantastic learning environment where you will grow your skills and experience in home modifications and assistive technology.The right person will:Either: Have extensive community health experience alongside experience in successfully completing home modification projects and prescribing assistive technology solutions to clients.Be passionate to learn and develop a career in home modifications and assistive technology.OR:Be passionate to work with and advocate for clients that have a disability; Have excellent communication, report writing and organisation skills;Have a positive attitude, is caring, fun and has a great sense of humour;Enjoy the balance of working autonomously and also being part of a supportive and friendly team;Be an innovative and lateral thinker that can conceptualise a number of possible solutions for our clients to choose from; Enjoy a challenge and want to grow their skills and experience; Who we are?Our client is a highly sought after team of passionate and highly experienced Occupational Therapists providing services to clients in the home and community to improve their everyday living.They are a values based organisation that deeply cares for our clients who are at the centre of all that we do.Why Join us: You provide a high-quality service to our clients by our highly experienced cliniciansYou passionately advocate for our clients to provide solutions that enables their livesThey are timely and responsive to our clients needsThey place the client and their goals at the centre of everything they doBe part of a company that emphasise a team approach to achieve the best outcomes for the client show each client the utmost care, respect and valueworking environment:be part of an amazing culture that is caring, supportive and fun.They prioritise work life balance and encourage our team to keep normal and consistent working hours. flexibility available.Be part of passionate learners and like to share our experiences and ideas as a team. Have continually investment into our people, providing opportunities to learn and develop through clinical supervision, mentoring, team education sessions and more so they can deliver the best service to our amazing clients. value being part of a team and as such provide opportunities to connect, learn from each other and spend time together.What’s in it for you?A focus on growing your skills and providing you with breadth of experience including:A comprehensive induction to get you started on the right footInteresting and challenging caseload whilst being supportedCoaching and mentoring from our Managers and Senior OT’sA professional development allowanceClinical supervision to support you and help you feel valuedSignificant flexibility as you can: Manage your own diaryWork from home when not visiting clientsFlexible working hoursExcellent remunerationRewarding work in disability and aged careBe part of a supportive, friendly and fun teamAdministrative support provided So if you want to be part of a great team doing some amazing work for patients then get in touch with Abhi at Randstad today on 1300 289 817 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$130,000, per year, Plus Super and Bonuses
        • full-time
        Our client, a leading consultancy in the office Modification space, is looking for new consultants to come on board and help consult with Employees and Employers allowing Employees to return to work safely post any injuries.With roles in Melbourne and Geelong they are Looking for graduate or experienced Occupational Therapists that are looking for something different and unique. Purpose of Position:The Purpose of the role is to Assess, plan, organise, and participate in rehabilitative programs to achieve positive return to work outcomes. Build sound relationships with customers. and clientsResponsibilities and duties:Manage a caseload of injured clients.Develop workplace based rehabilitation programs to achieve positive return to work outcomes.Conduct Initial and Worksite Assessments.Conduct Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Assessments (Occupational Therapists only).Provide rehabilitation counselling.Complete and maintain necessary records.Evaluate clients' progress and prepare reports that detail progress.Test and evaluate clients' physical and mental abilities and analyse medical data to determine realistic rehabilitation goals.Recommend changes in patients' work or living environments, consistent with their needs and capabilities.Liaise and work in consultation with referring agency staff, injured workers, employers, medical practitioners and allied health professionals.Conducting activities in accordance with Work Able Consulting’s Quality Management System. Qualification and skill requirement:Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Registered Nursing or Exercise PhysiologyOutstanding communication and networking skills.Ability to self-motivate and self-manage workload.Exceptional customer service skills.Report writing skills. What you will get in returnYou will be offered a rewarding long-term career, where your dedication to your work will provide job satisfaction, an attractive salary and the opportunity for you to take advantage of a bonus structure and monthly productivity day. We internally promote and offer professional development training to all team members. We facilitate a talent development process, which ensures you are working towards achieving personal and business goals and achieving your full potential. So if you are keen to join this great company and be part of something great and revolutionary then get in touch with Abhi at Randstad.Opportunities like this are not likely to last so please send your Cv and cover letter by the apply now button below. For a private confidential discussion to find out more call Abhi on 1300 289 817 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, a leading consultancy in the office Modification space, is looking for new consultants to come on board and help consult with Employees and Employers allowing Employees to return to work safely post any injuries.With roles in Melbourne and Geelong they are Looking for graduate or experienced Occupational Therapists that are looking for something different and unique. Purpose of Position:The Purpose of the role is to Assess, plan, organise, and participate in rehabilitative programs to achieve positive return to work outcomes. Build sound relationships with customers. and clientsResponsibilities and duties:Manage a caseload of injured clients.Develop workplace based rehabilitation programs to achieve positive return to work outcomes.Conduct Initial and Worksite Assessments.Conduct Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Assessments (Occupational Therapists only).Provide rehabilitation counselling.Complete and maintain necessary records.Evaluate clients' progress and prepare reports that detail progress.Test and evaluate clients' physical and mental abilities and analyse medical data to determine realistic rehabilitation goals.Recommend changes in patients' work or living environments, consistent with their needs and capabilities.Liaise and work in consultation with referring agency staff, injured workers, employers, medical practitioners and allied health professionals.Conducting activities in accordance with Work Able Consulting’s Quality Management System. Qualification and skill requirement:Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Registered Nursing or Exercise PhysiologyOutstanding communication and networking skills.Ability to self-motivate and self-manage workload.Exceptional customer service skills.Report writing skills. What you will get in returnYou will be offered a rewarding long-term career, where your dedication to your work will provide job satisfaction, an attractive salary and the opportunity for you to take advantage of a bonus structure and monthly productivity day. We internally promote and offer professional development training to all team members. We facilitate a talent development process, which ensures you are working towards achieving personal and business goals and achieving your full potential. So if you are keen to join this great company and be part of something great and revolutionary then get in touch with Abhi at Randstad.Opportunities like this are not likely to last so please send your Cv and cover letter by the apply now button below. For a private confidential discussion to find out more call Abhi on 1300 289 817 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$65,000 - AU$95,000, per year, Relocation Package!
        • full-time
        Excellent salary + Relocation package (up to $10k) + Sign on bonus (up to $5k)!Location: South AustraliaJob Title: Occupational Therapist To start: ASAPYou will be joining an award-winning business providing paediatric Occupational Therapy services to children with disabilities such as physical, language and social developmental challenges and learning frustrations that can otherwise prevent them from functioning optimally, independently and confidently.You will be working within a multi disclipinary team of therapists. The team currently has 25+ paediatric professionals operating over 4 metro clinics located within South Australia and the company focus caring for their team by providing fabulous work perks to ensure they love their job and keep loving it! About the role: Be located in Metro Adelaide in either; Unley, Walkerville, Morphett Vale or Golden GroveBe located in a clinic envoironment Nurture paediatric clients who are experiencing learning, sensory, intellectual and cognitive difficultiesDiagnose and treat paediatric conditions including: sensori-motor difficulties, learning, language and literacy difficulties in children experiencing Developmental Delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and moreEducate clients families and teachers in order to help them set children up for success in their daily lifeEnjoy all resources provided and your own treatment roomFocus on what you do best - clinical delivery - as full admin. support is providedEnjoy Paid Administration time so you have time to do PD during work hours! Benefits & Work PerksSign-on Bonus because we value your skills, passion and commitment to your clients up to $5k (experience dependent)Relocation bonus (of up of $10K - experience dependent)Termly Team Professional Development (PD) days as well as your own individual PD budget to explore your personal topics of interestAn Incentive Program offering the opportunity to earn more as your caseload builds (in addition to your salary)Your individual fully equipped treatment room (no room sharing, and all resources provided!)Positive team culture with a fun and social team focusStrong Health and Well Being programWell developed systems/procedures so you know what to do, how and when in order to provide high quality service deliveryA strong Career Pathway into LeadershipFree onsite parking and uniform providedFun social eventsCafes, restaurants and shopping within walking distance of most locationsRolls over into on-going employment with Mentoring opportunities in your second yearFor more information about this position please contact Emma Austin on: 0487 133 136 or email your updated resume to: emma.austin@randstad.com.au Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
        Excellent salary + Relocation package (up to $10k) + Sign on bonus (up to $5k)!Location: South AustraliaJob Title: Occupational Therapist To start: ASAPYou will be joining an award-winning business providing paediatric Occupational Therapy services to children with disabilities such as physical, language and social developmental challenges and learning frustrations that can otherwise prevent them from functioning optimally, independently and confidently.You will be working within a multi disclipinary team of therapists. The team currently has 25+ paediatric professionals operating over 4 metro clinics located within South Australia and the company focus caring for their team by providing fabulous work perks to ensure they love their job and keep loving it! About the role: Be located in Metro Adelaide in either; Unley, Walkerville, Morphett Vale or Golden GroveBe located in a clinic envoironment Nurture paediatric clients who are experiencing learning, sensory, intellectual and cognitive difficultiesDiagnose and treat paediatric conditions including: sensori-motor difficulties, learning, language and literacy difficulties in children experiencing Developmental Delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and moreEducate clients families and teachers in order to help them set children up for success in their daily lifeEnjoy all resources provided and your own treatment roomFocus on what you do best - clinical delivery - as full admin. support is providedEnjoy Paid Administration time so you have time to do PD during work hours! Benefits & Work PerksSign-on Bonus because we value your skills, passion and commitment to your clients up to $5k (experience dependent)Relocation bonus (of up of $10K - experience dependent)Termly Team Professional Development (PD) days as well as your own individual PD budget to explore your personal topics of interestAn Incentive Program offering the opportunity to earn more as your caseload builds (in addition to your salary)Your individual fully equipped treatment room (no room sharing, and all resources provided!)Positive team culture with a fun and social team focusStrong Health and Well Being programWell developed systems/procedures so you know what to do, how and when in order to provide high quality service deliveryA strong Career Pathway into LeadershipFree onsite parking and uniform providedFun social eventsCafes, restaurants and shopping within walking distance of most locationsRolls over into on-going employment with Mentoring opportunities in your second yearFor more information about this position please contact Emma Austin on: 0487 133 136 or email your updated resume to: emma.austin@randstad.com.au Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • temporary
        • AU$46.00 - AU$57.00, per hour, Plus super
        • full-time
        Job DescriptionOu client a leading Council in Melbourne is looking for a Social Worker/Senior Practice Lead to lead them through into the future As part of the Family Services Team, the Senior Social Worker /Senior Practice Lead provides arange of individual and group services with families with children 0 to 18 years, from variouslanguage, cultural and socio-economic groups to strengthen families and improve circumstances forchildren. We are seeking a senior practitioner with significant experience of working with families and childrenexperiencing vulnerability, who will reporting to the Co-Ordinator of Family Support and Counselling. Role involves providing a range of individual and group services, including therapeutic counselling with families with children from the ages of 0 to 18 years. These families will come from various language, cultural and socio- economic groups and your role is to strengthen families and improve circumstances for children. Work within City of Melbourne’s integrated family services model and participate in planning,implementing and evaluating service provision You will demonstrate exceptional communication skills to work across a wide range of peoplewithin a complex environment.Location We are recruiting for the position to be located across multiple sites within Melbourne Positions within Community Services are not fixed at the one location andyou may be required from time to time to relocate dependant on operational requirements. Selection criteriaAbility to demonstrate and display City of Melbourne Values – accountability, integrity,courage, respect for self and others, and striving for excellence.Demonstrate an awareness and knowledge of and adhere to all legislative requirements pertaining to the position; The Child Wellbeing and Safety Act 2005, Children, Youth and Families Act, 2005 and Child Safe Standards. Bachelor of Social Work recognised by AASW or qualifications such as Behavioural Science,Counselling, Psychology, Family Therapy, Community Social Service and with extensiverelevant work experience.Knowledge of relevant theoretical frameworks for working with families, knowledge of child development and demonstrated skills in assessment, case management and a range of family intervention models.Demonstrated skills in culturally competent practice, family violence, mental health and trauma.Commitment to the principles of an integrated team model of service delivery and demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills and an ability to work effectively with the diversity of cultural, socioeconomic, language, ability groups and LGBTIQcommunity from which service users, the community and staff may come.Highly developed case work and case management skills and ability to manage a caseload of vulnerable families, children and adolescents with complex needs.Demonstrated skills in supervision of staff and students. Our Client has put this role as a top priority and will be taking applications as they come they are idaelly looking for an ASAAP start date and are happy to look at 5 days or 4 days a week. So if you want to join this amazing organisation and help grow and influence the stakeholders plese get in touch withAbhi Naik in the melbourne healthcare team on 1300289817 or email your cv to abhijit.naik@randstad.com.au 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.
        Job DescriptionOu client a leading Council in Melbourne is looking for a Social Worker/Senior Practice Lead to lead them through into the future As part of the Family Services Team, the Senior Social Worker /Senior Practice Lead provides arange of individual and group services with families with children 0 to 18 years, from variouslanguage, cultural and socio-economic groups to strengthen families and improve circumstances forchildren. We are seeking a senior practitioner with significant experience of working with families and childrenexperiencing vulnerability, who will reporting to the Co-Ordinator of Family Support and Counselling. Role involves providing a range of individual and group services, including therapeutic counselling with families with children from the ages of 0 to 18 years. These families will come from various language, cultural and socio- economic groups and your role is to strengthen families and improve circumstances for children. Work within City of Melbourne’s integrated family services model and participate in planning,implementing and evaluating service provision You will demonstrate exceptional communication skills to work across a wide range of peoplewithin a complex environment.Location We are recruiting for the position to be located across multiple sites within Melbourne Positions within Community Services are not fixed at the one location andyou may be required from time to time to relocate dependant on operational requirements. Selection criteriaAbility to demonstrate and display City of Melbourne Values – accountability, integrity,courage, respect for self and others, and striving for excellence.Demonstrate an awareness and knowledge of and adhere to all legislative requirements pertaining to the position; The Child Wellbeing and Safety Act 2005, Children, Youth and Families Act, 2005 and Child Safe Standards. Bachelor of Social Work recognised by AASW or qualifications such as Behavioural Science,Counselling, Psychology, Family Therapy, Community Social Service and with extensiverelevant work experience.Knowledge of relevant theoretical frameworks for working with families, knowledge of child development and demonstrated skills in assessment, case management and a range of family intervention models.Demonstrated skills in culturally competent practice, family violence, mental health and trauma.Commitment to the principles of an integrated team model of service delivery and demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills and an ability to work effectively with the diversity of cultural, socioeconomic, language, ability groups and LGBTIQcommunity from which service users, the community and staff may come.Highly developed case work and case management skills and ability to manage a caseload of vulnerable families, children and adolescents with complex needs.Demonstrated skills in supervision of staff and students. Our Client has put this role as a top priority and will be taking applications as they come they are idaelly looking for an ASAAP start date and are happy to look at 5 days or 4 days a week. So if you want to join this amazing organisation and help grow and influence the stakeholders plese get in touch withAbhi Naik in the melbourne healthcare team on 1300289817 or email your cv to abhijit.naik@randstad.com.au 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.

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