Link Health and Community are seeking a number of allied health professionals to support children aged 0-6 years who have a developmental delay or disability. They are seeking occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists, social workers and speech pathologists.
The Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator will be part of a trans-disciplinary team responsible for the delivery of the NDIS ECEI approach. You will be part of a team delivering office, phone and community-based support, working closely with families and other professionals to assess and identify the service and support needs for children with possible developmental delays, and then set goals that will assist the child in day to day environments. The role will use a family centred approach to gather information to identify the appropriate pathways for children and their families. This can include access to the NDIS, short term interventions or community and mainstream supports.
Qualifications & Experience required
- Citizenship or full working rights in Australia
- Degree qualified in an appropriate allied health discipline; occupational therapy, speech pathology, social work, psychology or early childhood education
- Registration under one of the following; AHPRA, AASW, SPA, VIT or equivalent professional membership
- Able to demonstrate experience in a similar role (desirable not essential)
- Experience working with children aged 0-6 years is preferred but candidates with other childhood experience will be considered
- Current national police check, working with children check & Victorian driver's license
- Own car required due to the nature of the role - you will be travelling to visit families
- Please submit your CV and cover letter to Brenda Willey at
- For further information regarding the role, please call Brenda on 03 9088 7025
People with a lived experience of disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.