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Ia - Ndis Independent Assessors (Ot, Physio, Speech Pathologist, Psychologist)

IPAR ASSESS - Hobart, TAS

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Description

If you are an experienced allied health professional considering your career options and seeking something new with flexibility and variety, IPAR would love to talk to you, for a June start date.

A new opportunity

IPAR has been awarded the opportunity to undertake a new service offering: conducting independent assessment services to support people living with disability access the NDIS.

These assessments will be crucial in helping people living with disability identify what supports they need to live a better and more independent life. To deliver these services, we are seeking expressions of interest from experienced allied health professionals to join our growing team.

The role

In these newly created roles, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Diversify and expand your experience undertaking functional, holistic assessments
  • Apply your clinical skills to support people living with disability including children, adolescents and adults
  • Complete assessments both face-to-face and via telehealth

The benefits are many. You’ll enjoy:

  • Flexible working options to suit your availability, family and lifestyle
  • A comprehensive induction and training process
  • Competitive salary package or hourly rate
  • Investment in your professional development and ongoing support
  • Career progression and secondment opportunities within IPAR and across the broader group

Who are you?

We are seeking professionals with:

  • Allied health qualifications and full AHPRA registration
  • A minimum one year of clinical experience (post graduate)
  • Demonstrated understanding of addressing barriers faced by people living with disability
  • Genuine passion for working with children, adolescents and adults living with disability
  • Experience delivering services in the disability and NDIS sectors (highly regarded)
  • Excellent communication and relationship skills
  • Current unrestricted Driver’s License and access to reliable motor vehicle
  • Working with Vulnerable People (WWVP) registration relevant to State/Territory
  • Current National Police Check

Let’s explore how this opportunity can work for you

If this opportunity sounds interesting and you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of people living with disability, please submit your CV or contact Sara Raveane on 0427 606 758 to find out more.