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Please contact the People and Culture Coordinator on 9842 1955 for further information on any of the below roles or to express your interest in casual employment.
 

ALLIED HEALTH ASSISTANT

We are seeking a suitably qualified Allied Health Assistant to join our team to provide full-time professional and holistic services to participants of the Onemda Association Allied Health Service. This may include clinic, community, school, workplace and onsite pool/gym based individual and group therapy intervention.

Key Functions of the Role

  • Assist the Onemda allied health team to deliver holistic, high quality services to families and participants
  • Support therapists to deliver goal driven intervention to maximise outcomes
  • Support the development and delivery of individual and group water and land based therapy programs under the direction of treating therapists
  • Assist with intake, referrals, bookings, billing and tracking of service delivery and contribute to the general smooth operation of the allied health department

About You

  • Experience working as an allied health assistant supporting a variety of allied health disciplines
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team with limited supervision
  • Exceptional written, oral and verbal communication skills
  • Experience and/or special interest in the development and implementation of hydrotherapy and aquatic exercise programs
  • Allied health assistant Cert IV (preferred)
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • Current Life Guard Certificate (preferred, willingness to complete)
  • Current Driver licence

On Offer

  • Full time position
  • Innovative and supportive environment
  • Attractive remuneration package with salary packaging benefits

Applications including two professional referees and a covering letter can be emailed to the People and Culture Coordinator at recruitment@onemda.com.au.

Applications close COB 26 August 2019
A full position description can be obtained HERE

 

SUPPORT COORDINATOR - part-time and full-time opportunities

These exciting positions will attract candidates with a passion in providing support coordination to culturally diverse communities, participants and their families and to enable individuals to pursue their goals whilst coordinating, monitoring and reviewing their NDIS plans.

Key Functions of the Role

  • Service Tracking
    • Analyse and monitor delivery of services against NDIS plans
    • Liaise with NDIA regarding client funding
    • Administrative functions relating to service tracking
       
  • Service Design
    • Assist people with a disability to coordinate support services
    • Assist in the design and implementation of a range of systems and processes to compliment the functionality and success of the service
       
  • Service Delivery
    • Provide responsive and individualised services and support
    • Promote community inclusion of people with disabilities and their families
    • Develop culturally diverse partnerships
    • Provide Support Coordination services
    • Provide person centred support based on skills, competencies and resources to enable and promote the wellbeing and development of participants
    • Liaise with NDIA regarding revenue tracking and plan management

About You

  • Minimum 2 years experience in a similar position
  • Demonstrated understanding of the NDIS, National Disability Service Standards and other relevant legislation
  • Tertiary qualification in a related discipline
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to conceptualise new and innovative initiatives
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and administrative skills
  • Strong organisational skills with the ability to respond to demands in a timely manner


On Offer

  • Full-time and part-time positions
  • Innovative and supportive environment
  • Attractive remuneration package with salary packaging benefits

Applications addressing the key selection criteria including two professional referees and a covering letter can be emailed to the People and Culture Coordinator at recruitment@onemda.com.au.

A full position description can be obtained HERE 

 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

ABOUT THE ROLE

We are seeking a suitably qualified Occupational Therapist to join our team to provide full-time professional and holistic occupational therapy assessment and intervention services to participants of the Onemda Association Allied Health Service.

The Onemda allied health department is a new, exciting and innovative service arm of our well-established and reputable not for profit disability organisation. You will be employed as an integral part of a small and growing team of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, physiotherapists and exercise physiologists. You will actively manage a diverse and challenging clinical caseload of predominantly young adults ranging from mild intellectual disability through to multiple and profound physical and intellectual disability. Your team will deliver a holistic, client centred and flexible therapy program, supporting our participants and their families to achieve their full potential.  You will also assist the clinical lead in the ongoing growth and expansion of the service.  

Your day to day tasks include:

  • Providing clinical assessment of participants’ occupational performance, physical, social, assistive technology and communication needs
  • Supporting participants and their families to identify and prioritise goals and intervention to maximise outcomes within available resources
  • Develop and implement discipline specific and interdisciplinary therapy treatment goals and implementation
  • Undertake discipline specific activities in accordance with relevant therapy needs
  • Report writing and administration as required

ABOUT YOU

  • Minimum 2 years experience in an occupational therapist position (ideally in adult or paediatric disability environment)
  • Current AHPRA registration and eligibility for membership with Occupational Therapy Australia
  • Qualifications, skills and experience relevant to the position description 
  • Demonstrated knowledge of varied allied health team professional roles and responsibilities
  • Demonstrated knowledge of family centred approaches


ON OFFER

  • Full-time position
  • Supportive environment
  • Salary Packaging
  • Attractive remuneration package

A full position description can be obtained HERE

Applications addressing the key selection criteria including two professional referees and a covering letter can be emailed to the People and Culture Coordinator at recruitment@onemda.com.au

 

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

ABOUT THE ROLE

We are seeking a suitably qualified Physiotherapist to join our team to provide part-time professional and holistic therapy assessment and intervention services to participants of the Onemda Association Allied Health Service.

The Onemda Allied Health department is a new, exciting and innovative service arm of our well-established and reputable not for profit disability organisation. You will be employed as an integral part of a small and growing team of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, physiotherapists and exercise physiologists. You will actively manage a diverse and challenging clinical caseload of predominantly young adults ranging from mild intellectual disability through to multiple and profound physical and intellectual disability. Your team will deliver a holistic, client centred and flexible therapy program, supporting our participants and their families to achieve their full potential.  You will also assist the clinical lead in the ongoing growth and expansion of the service.  

Your day to day tasks include:

  • Providing evidence based professional and holistic physiotherapy assessment, intervention and evaluation services to Onemda participants
  • Developing and delivering individual and group based water and land based exercise programs
  • Supporting participants and their families to identify and prioritise goals and intervention to maximise outcomes within available resources
  • Developing and implementing discipline specific and interdisciplinary therapy treatment goals and implementation
  • Undertaking discipline specific activities in accordance with relevant therapy needs
  • Report writing and administration as required

 

ABOUT YOU

  • Tertiary qualifications as a physiotherapist
  • Current Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration as a practicing physiotherapist
  • Eligibility for membership with Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
  • Experience and/or special interest in the development and implementation of hydrotherapy and aquatic exercise programs
  • Skills and experience relevant to the position description (recent graduates will be considered)
  • Demonstrated knowledge of varied allied health team professional roles and responsibilities
  • Demonstrated knowledge of family centred approaches


ON OFFER

  • Part-time position (equivalent to 2 days a week, flexible hours)
  • Supportive environment
  • Salary Packaging
  • Attractive remuneration package

A full position description can be obtained HERE

Please submit your application with a covering letter addressing the key selection criteria and two professional referees to People and Culture at recruitment@onemda.com.au.

 

Volunteering

Volunteers assist Onemda staff support our participants in the many programs and activities. To enquire about volunteering at Onemda please contact: