Allied Health Graduate
Paeds in a Pod is a private paediatric practice providing comprehensive care with best practice standards and modern expertise to newborns, infants, children and adolescents.
We specialise in growth and development and practice within a multidisciplinary team to provide a holistic approach to support children and young people with complex developmental needs.
We provide opportunities for recent allied health graduates to join our team.
What are our values?
- Friendly and supportive environment
- Work-life balance
- Skill development outside of our specialist areas
- Calm and relaxed clinic atmosphere
- Caring, non-judgmental support for families
- Collaborative services with a whole-of-child approach to achieve the best outcomes for each child and their family
What do we offer?
- Comprehensive training and supervision from experienced senior allied health staff
- Internal professional development with the broader Paeds in a Pod team
- External professional development based on your areas of interest
- Assistance from paediatricians and medical specialists to problem solve developmental concerns outside your specialist area
- Opportunities to work shadow allied health and medical professionals in speciality areas including speech pathology, occupational therapy, psychology, physiotherapy, dietetics, psychiatry and paediatrics
- Scaled clinical program to build your confidence prior to commencing a full caseload
- Highly competitive salary package (starting at $74,294 – this is HP3 +10%) with annual increments (based on KPI)
- Choice of a part-time or full-time workload
- Flexible out-of-office work arrangements
- Full administrative support, including referrals, billing and insurance
- Dedicated non-contact time for preparation, notes, report writing and CPD
- Career progression through recognition of effort and support to transition to an employee, to a sub-contract position after three years, or to run a clinic with our support
What will you do?
- Support children with developmental differences to reach their full potential
- Provide assessments to identify strengths and needs of children aged 0-18 years
- Provide one-on-one and/or small group intervention programs in a supportive clinic environment
- Provide home, childcare and school visiting services, as required
What kind of person do you need to be?
- Degree in Speech Pathology or Occupational Therapy, or a Registered Psychologist
- Compassionate approach to working with children and their families
- Strong communication skills
- Ability to learn computer software associated with clinical services
- Ability to rapidly acquire an understanding of intervention under the National Disability Insurance Scheme
- Current Working with Children Check and Blue Card
How do you apply?
Email an updated CV and cover letter to our directors at [email protected]
- Job type:Entry Level Jobs
Health, Psychology and Counselling
- Work rights:
Australian Permanent Resident, New Zealand...
- Closing Date:1st Oct 2021, 1:59 pm