As part of The Benevolent Society’s commitment to improving disability services to the community, and ensuring we play a role in continuing to develop high quality supervisory practice, we have invested in the creation of a new role in our Disability Services division.
The purpose of the role is to work closely with Managers and Team Leaders to provide high quality clinical supervision to Occupational Therapists who may require support to ensure that they meet the requirements of TBS policy and procedures and NDIS quality standards.
This role will provide Clinical Supervision and inform the Disability Management team regarding practice needs to ensure high quality clinical services are provided, for a cohort of geographically distributed therapists in their discipline working in the NDIS environment.
You will be involved in recruitment processes in collaboration with the relevant Team Leaders to onboard new practitioners to join the TBS team. To ensure a close mentoring relationship is built with the practitioners in your group, some travel may be required.
What does the role offer
- A "Community of Practice" model within a truly multidisciplinary allied health team of Speech Pathologists, Behaviour Support Practitioners, Psychologists and Support Coordinators as well as Occupational Therapists.
- A robust clinical practice approach where we support a varied community and clinic-based caseload from children to adults through a range of disability programs, State education departments and other government programs.
- Flexible working conditions and mobile working tools supplied.
- Competitive remuneration with salary packaging of up to $15,900 per year, as well as significant employee discount programs including car leasing and household goods.
You are passionate about supporting people with a disability and improving the support they receive through developing practitioners.
With a client centric, quality and people development focus you can;
- Offer high level clinical supervision and have considerable supervision expertise and experience.
- Coach, advise and provide on the job support to therapists in their discipline to enhance quality and culturally appropriate interventions.
- Promote and ensure Evidenced Based Practice (EBP), providing coaching, mentoring and supervision using EBP with therapy staff.
- Work in collaboration with other Senior Clinicians and the PIM team to monitor, develop and improve clinical service provision.
- Current registration with AHPRA and a deep understanding of the NDIS
- Experience in applying evidence-based frameworks and delivering clinical supports
- Strong communication skills and the ability to build rapport with people
If the above sounds like you, we would like to talk to you, , please apply via the link below.
Call Hayley Brown on 0413645387 if you would like to know more.
TBS is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects the communities and people we support and advocate for. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people of all ages, identity and abilities. We pride ourselves on being a client and child safe organisation and as such all our staff and volunteers go through security screening relevant to the role. The Benevolent Society supports vaccination as the best way to keep our clients, communities, volunteers and employees safe from COVID-19. Vaccination for COVID-19 is a condition of employment and volunteering.