Next Challenge is a multidisciplinary paediatric practice. We welcome a combination of private and NDIS clients. Our team of Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapist and Allied Health Assistants see clients across a range of settings; school, home, community and clinic, and also have the opportunity to provide on-site school-based contracts.
We are seeking an enthusiastic newly graduated (1 to 3 years experience) Speech Pathologist & Occupational Therapist to join our Osborne Park team.
What is available? · Full-time and part-time roles available, depending on the requirements of the successful applicants. We are flexible to make work fit your life!
Duties · Provide occupational therapy & speech pathology services to a paediatric caseload; including assessment, diagnosis, intervention and evaluation of services. · Create and carry out individualised intervention plans that address specific functional needs and goals identified by the client and family. · Caseload is diverse, and clinicians have the opportunity to develop skills in a range of practice areas: speech, language, fluency, feeding and swallowing, AAC, activities of daily living, home and community functioning, play, social participation and emotional development/regulation.
Benefits · Access to regular and ongoing clinical mentoring and support. · Access to professional development opportunities, with both professional development course registration remuneration and paid time to attend. · An exciting and collaborative working environment, with an administrative support team that goes above and beyond. · A diverse and ample collection of assessment and therapy resources. · Multiple opportunities for cake, cake and more cake
Requirements · Driver's license and own a car. · Member of SPA and/or AHPRA. · Current Working with Children Check · NDIS Worker Screener Check
About Us: Next Challenge is a well established multidisciplinary paediatric practice providing therapy services to children in Western Australia. Welcome a combination of private and NDIS clients. Our team of Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapist see clients across a range of settings; school, home, community and clinic, and also have the opportunity to provide on-site school-based contracts.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, client services/administration assistant to provide reception and administration support to our friendly team and families at our Osborne Park clinic.
What is available?
We have a full or part time position available, depending on the needs of the successful applicant. We are flexible to make work fit your life!
About the role: · Welcome clients to the clinic and facilitate customer traffic. · Manage enquiries and other communication through all channels (e.g. email, phone call, electronic systems & processes, face-to-face). · Assist with billing by processing payments. · Organising follow up appointments. ·Attend to general administrative tasks and use established online administrative systems including Monday.com, Trainual and Power Diary. · Data entry and client information management. · Be confident with supporting our families needs. · Manage appointment bookings and cancellations. · Invoicing and outstanding accounts follow up (e.g. reconciliation, aged receivables) · Supporting therapists with the development of therapy resources. · Office maintenance (e.g. cleaning) and restocking the clinic and reception area. · Project work and quality improvement. Essential Knowledge & Skills: · Prior experience working in health care reception/administration roles involving customer interaction and/or practice coordination. · Have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. · Have advanced computer skills to be able to use Microsoft Office Suite and client information databases. · Past experience using HICAPS and Xero. · Excellent organisational skills and ability to work independently, use initiative and set priorities. · Highly efficient and capable of working at a fast pace with a high level of attention to detail. · Demonstrated well-developed oral and written communication skills · Excellent interpersonal manner and cross-cultural skills. · An understanding of or experience working with various funding streams available to our families such as Medicare and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is preferred by not essential. · Interest working with and supporting children with disabilities and families.
Additional requirements include: · Working with Children Check. · Full working rights are required for this role.