Allied Health Assistant
About Soaring Health
A diverse client base across the lifespan to expand your professional skills and knowledge.
A supportive, collaborative, inspiring team culture with formal mentoring programs, professional development pathways and team activities.
Dynamic, modern, state-of-the-art clinics and clinic facilities with cutting-edge resources and technology.
A strong emphasis on employee work-life balance and wellbeing (we practise what we preach).
This dynamic position will leverage and expand your clinical knowledge through provision of allied health assistant services with diverse clients under the guidance and governance from one or more of our clinical allied health practitioners, while receiving the support of our graduate career development program and senior practitioners, in our state-of-the-art clinic facilities.
What it’s like to work at Soaring Health
When you work at Soaring Health, every day is different. What doesn’t change is the supportive, collaborative culture, where your clinical skills are valued and extended. The cutting-edge resources and technology in state-of-the-art clinics that enable you to do your best work. The encouragement and opportunities to expand your professional interests and scope and progress your career as far as you wish to take it. The ability to truly contribute to enriching lives in line with our commitment to treating each client and participant as we would family. And the flexible structure and provisions that emphasise our commitment to employee work-life balance and wellbeing. Every day is enriching.
Full time salary: (based on experience in a similar role)
Full Time/ Part time- $25/hour including Super
October 2021 / December 2021 / January 2022
Casual- $25.41/hour Plus Super
About the opportunity
- Our clinics are located in Thomastown, Craigieburn and Doncaster
- Supportive, vibrant, multimodal environment
- Flexible working hours (clinic is open 8am-8pm weekdays and 8am-6pm Saturdays). Full time role – total 38 hours per week
- Ongoing training, mentoring and development with our award-winning Young Graduate Program
- Be involved and working closely with a multitude of allied health practitioners whose caseloads span from early childhood and adolescents ranging into our middle aged and senior clients
- To work under the guidance of our allied health practitioners spread across various disciplines including OT, Speech, Physiotherapy, Dietitian and Psychology teams
- Manage and provide high-quality service to a small, diverse caseload of clients, parents and carers, demonstrating exemplary clinical skills
- Working in collaboration with our other practitioners, demonstrating a capacity to work in an assisting role for complex clients requiring more support as well as independently in 1:1 sessions
- Be able to effectively deliver therapies in a multitude of settings including in clinic, gym, hydrotherapy and in-home services in the community
- Participate in our in-house professional development and mentoring sessions to constantly progress your knowledge and clinical skills (successful applicants will have access to our weekly Young Graduate Program)
- Contribute to team culture and success with your proactive, can-do approach and high-level initiative
- Uphold company policies, procedures and values
Skills and competency requirements
- Enthusiastic about working with NDIS participants, able to work with diverse clients
- Working in a clinical setting where there are therapies delivered in a 2:1 ratio (practitioner:client)
- Committed to providing independently allied health assistant consultations under the ongoing guidance from a clinical allied health practitioner
- Participate and assist in the administration of various assessments and group sessions
- Strong etiquette, communication and interpersonal skills
- Excellent ability follow treatment schedules and manage deadlines
- Goal-oriented, ambitious and eager to excel
Successful applicants will have the opportunity to participate in our unique Young Graduate Program.