At Humanity Health Group, we’re in the business of helping people get to where they want to be throughout their life. Every day, we’re improving quality of life.
We are passionate allied health professionals, who are determined to deliver high quality allied health care solutions that generate meaningful life-enhancing results.
Our organisation stands out because we collaborate with individuals, providing personalised, qualified, goal-directed programs and support within their everyday environments.
A key aspect that separates us from the rest, are our diverse opportunities for personal growth and career development. Through our 12 brands, our employees have the ability to expand their knowledge and experience across other areas of the business.
About the role
At Care Squared and Care Squared Kids, you must be able to provide education and support to our customers and NDIS participants, inclusive of evidence-based assessment and intervention. It is important that you display exceptional communication and time management skills and be able to work autonomously as well as part of a multi and transdisciplinary allied health team.
In this role, you will:
- Plan, deliver and evaluate appropriate education & support services to customers and NDIS participants that focus on participant goal attainment.
- Provide support and services in collaboration with others (other health professionals, NDIA- related entities etc
- Provide accurate, timely and high-quality reports that meet the needs of the target audience
- Fulfil administrative requirements, including record keeping, billing, and invoicing
- Provide regular feedback to stakeholders regarding progress (participant, carer/ nominee, LACs, support coordinators, NDIA staff or others)
- Develop relationships with stakeholders to strengthen partnerships and potential work
If you are naturally compassionate, conscientious, flexible and have exceptional communication and time management skills, you might just be who we are looking for! This role requires the ability to work autonomously as well as part of a multi and transdisciplinary allied health team.
In order to thrive in this role, it’s essential that you have:
- An approved Counselling degree with eligibility or current registration with PACFA & ACA
- Behaviour Support Practitioner registration or eligibility to become registered.
- Experience working with individuals with a disability.
- A passion for helping and assisting a diverse range of clients.
- Evidence of completion of the NDIS mandatory orientation module
- High levels of verbal and written communication skills
- A satisfactory criminal record and working with children check (or state equivalent)
- Working with vulnerable people check (or state equivalent)
- A valid Australian Driver’s License and access to own vehicle.
What we offer:
It’s our people-centric health, wellbeing and development initiatives that separate us from the rest. We’ll empower you to step up: step sideways: flourish always in your pursuit of a long and meaningful career.
In this role you’ll receive:
- Unrivalled professional support, including clinical supervision, case coaching, and mentorship
- Monthly professional development days, including access to PhD, research, and leadership programs
- Continuous career growth with an established brand
- Access to our 12 brands, allowing the opportunity for diverse pathways to compliment work/life needs as they change
- Support from an innovative organisation that feeds new ideas and recognises high performance
- Flexible conditions and a ‘Humanity Life’ policy for all staff
- Numerous rewards and incentives as well as health and wellbeing benefits
- Supportive workplace culture, connections, and relationships
If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you. Please email your CV to [email protected] or Apply Now.
For further information or a confidential discussion, please call Humanity Health Group’s recruitment team on 02 9052 2151.
Humanity Health Group fosters a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value the contributions of all people and encourages people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.