Allied Health Team Leader - Barwon
Take the next step in your career and lead a team that is passionate about supporting people to live and enjoy an everyday life. Everyday Independence is growing to meet the needs of people of all ages who live with a disability in the Geelong region. As our new Team Leader, you will bring a supportive and coaching leadership style, whereby you will guide with your passion and commitment to the role and dedication in shaping the career path of your team.
The successful candidate must hold a Bachelor Qualification in either Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy or Speech Pathology and current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency or equivalent with Speech Pathology Australia. Employment type: Full Time and Ongoing Location: Newtown - Geelong Salary: $80,000 - $119,000 We work with children and families and adults and have a variety of caseloads available for your discipline depending on your area of interest and career pathway. You will need to have a degree in Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology or Physiotherapy and experience working in the NDIS is an advantage.
We use a person centered approach to recruitment and we would love to speak with you to understand how an organisation like ours can support you to enjoy your everyday work and to reach your full potential. This role is a mix of clinical work and people leadership. We support people with a disability to live to their full potential and enjoy an everyday life by providing Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech Pathology.
By joining the Everyday Independence team you will: Be part of the largest privately owned allied health organisation in Australia Be part of the Everyday Independence leadership team Support people living with a disability to achieve their goals and to live to their full potential Receive industry leading professional development, coaching and mentoring Earn above award salary Be provided an Industry leading career development pathway Be provided with the tools you need including laptop, phone and generous vehicle options Lead a team that has a strong commitment to a positive culture and delivering outcomes that make a real difference to people’s lives Our Approach We work with people and their families where they live, work, learn and play. Including their homes, work places, schools and out in the broader community Support people and families living with disability to achieve high impact and positive outcomes that will give their life meaning and purpose Work in an interdisciplinary team of other therapists where the person is at the center of everything we do Lead, coach and mentor early career therapists Use a strength-based and capacity building approach, embed therapy into routines and deliver a service that demonstrates inclusive participatory practice. Work with children, adults or both depending on your experience and/or preference Key responsibilities: The successful candidate will need exceptional people management a....