- $100 – 130K + super
- Opportunity to drive and lead innovation and growth
- Maintain a small caseload while leading a Multi-Disciplinary Team
- Supportive Culture
- Full Administrative Support
- Resource Allowance
- PD Allowance
- Flexible working hours (including work from home)
- Full and Part time position negotiable
About the Organisation and Role
Landing Spot was established in response to a critical shortage of allied health services in the Northern Territory.
Determined to overcome the major barriers to service (recruitment and retention of qualified and experienced therapists/geographic isolation), we opened our first clinic in the Darwin CBD, in December 2021.
Designed to reflect a traditional, clinic, our practice is managed by a caring administrative, community engagement, and therapy support team. Our Allied Health Professionals are located around the country and deliver their services via telepresence robots and other innovative technologies to our service users who visit our Darwin Clinic.
Our success at overcoming access issues in the NT, has led us to establish additional clinics in Adelaide and regional South Australia.
Our flexible service model allows us to provide outreach services in a variety of settings: in-home; school or work sites; community or health centres.
As the Clinical Coordinator you will;
- Ensure best practice across a multidisciplinary allied health team
- Ensure Landing Spot is working to best clinical governance, policy and protocol practices
- Create new clinical policy and protocols
- Drive growth within clinical team
- Assist in recruitment
- Undertake regular clinical audits and service reviews (across all disciplines)
- Engage with our Community
- Manage clinical staff
- Provide assistance to clinic administrative staff
- General administrative duties
- Provide supervision (individual and group)
- Lead regular clinical meetings across all disciplines
- Building relationships with service users
- Maintaining a small clinical caseload
- Ensure culturally safe practices are delivered for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.
We are looking for a professional with a background in clinical services and management to join our team as the Clinical Coordinator.
We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and/or those with lived disability experience.
If you have one of the following we would love to meet and chat with you about the position.
- Counsellor – A person who is either a member of the Australian Counselling Association or an accredited Registrant with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia
- Developmental Educator – A person who is a Full Member of Developmental Educators Australia Inc
- Psychologist – A person who has a current AHPRA Registration as a Psychologist
- Rehabilitation Counsellor – A person who is member of the Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors Inc. or equivalent
- Social Worker – A person who is a member of the Australian Association of Social Workers
- Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner – Registered with the NDIS to deliver Positive Behaviour Supports.
Skillsets and Experience
- 5 or more years of clinical experience
- Experience using technologies and delivering Telehealth services
- Initiative and innovation
- Background in clinical governance
- Background in people management
- Strong understanding of NDIS
- Experience in advocacy and liaison with community services
- Willingness to work flexibly to assist all aspects of service delivery
- Eager to contribute to a growing, innovative business
- Approachable, supportive, and passionate about team culture and supporting people with disabilities
- Create and structure documents, including policy documents
- Excellent remuneration package
- 5 weeks of annual leave
- $1500 CPD plus paid study leave while attending professional development
- Achievable billable targets where you will be supported
- Flexible working arrangements
- Admin support
- Relevant tertiary qualification
- Relevant registration and membership to governing body
- Current National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check.
- Experience acting in a team leader or management role
- Ability to carry out assessments and intervention