Link Health and Community are seeking Pediatric Occupational Therapists to support children aged 0-6 years who may be presenting with a developmental delay or disability.
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.
Successful applicants should have;
- Degree qualified in an appropriate allied health discipline; occupational therapy, speech pathology, social work, psychology or early childhood education
- Experience working with children (aged 0-6 years desirable but not essential)
- Citizenship or full working rights in Australia
- Victorian driver's license
- Willingness to undergo a national police check, working with children check
What you get in return;
- Competitive salary and package
- Continuous professional development
- Multidisciplinary teams providing peer supervision
- Inclusive work culture & teams
- Family friendly - 3, 4 or 5 day per week positions
- Career progression in this program and other services in organisation
- Values based organisation; they care, they listen and they are accessible
- Sustainable organisation; financially, socially and environmentally
- Fleet vehicles available or KM's and petrol reimbursed
- Please submit your CV and cover letter to Brenda Willey at firstname.lastname@example.org
- For further information regarding the role, please call Brenda or any of the allied health recruitment team on 03 9088 7025
We promise to support you through the application, interviews, references and documentation process as well provide feedback if unsuccessful to provide you with something you can use for future applications.
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.