Why work with us?

Inspiro exists to inspire healthier lives. We do this by enhancing health and well-being for all people in the Yarra Ranges community through responsive, low-cost, accessible and high-quality health care.   

 

Some of the benefits of working with us include:

  • Salary Packaging                    
  • Novated Leasing     
  • Generous salary and benefits under various Enterprise Bargaining Agreements
  • Employee Reward and Recognition Program
  • Employee Scholarships up to $10,000 annually
  • Learning & Professional Development opportunities
  • On-site parking 
  • Subsidised on-site Pilates classes
  • Flexible, family friendly and outcome focused culture
  • Individualised supervision and professional development coaching
  • Volunteer leave available 

Positions Available:

Human Resource Manager (Maternity Leave Contract)

We are seeking a highly-skilled, passionate and hands-on HR Manager, on a part-time basis- 4 days per week for a 12 month fixed term Maternity Leave contract, to work across our beautifully refurbished Lilydale site and Belgrave location. Some working from home days may also be required.

The HR department is a close knit team made up of a Payroll Officer & HR Advisor. Working in a fast-paced environment, we support the multidisciplinary team across the full spectrum of HR. The HR team aims to make Inspiro a great place to work that is true to its Values

Reporting to the CEO, the HR Manager needs to be comfortable working autonomously and collaboratively in a growing, fast-paced environment where you apply a people-first and pragmatic mindset to everything you do. This position is suitable to a both strategically minded and hands-on Manager who can balance many competing priorities. Communication and stakeholder management skills are key to the success of this position, coupled with a love for partnering with leaders and team members in a coaching capacity.  

RESPONSIBILITES INCLUDE:

  • Provide timely and accurate advice to managers and staff on HR management activities, policies, practices, conditions of employment, entitlements and coaching & mentoring.
  • Maintain and strengthen HR documentation including letters of offer, contracts, orientation, policies & procedures and templates 
  • Develop regular reports including personnel metrics, risk management and other as requested by the Leadership Team 
  • Coordinate and/or attend a range of internal and external meetings, forums and events relevant to HRM across Inspiro partnerships and networks to inform strategic planning and policy
  • Develop and implement monitoring and evaluation methods to measure HRM performance and staff satisfaction 
  • Be a source of expert advice on industrial relations 
  • Develop, implement and maintain HR policies and procedures to reflect contemporary, evidence-based approaches and ensure compliance with legislation
  • Work collaboratively with the Leadership Team to identify, develop and implement key organisational culture, engagement and change initiatives and strategies
  • Manage workforce planning including forecasting needs, job design and evaluation, recruitment and selection processes
  • Support the end-to-end recruitment and selection process, incorporating position descriptions, advertising, shortlisting, interviewing and orientation
  • Lead, monitor and review the performance management system ensuring appropriate plans are in place for managing succession, retention, talent, and career development.
  • Provide coaching and respond to enquiries from managers and staff on performance appraisal, grievance or complaints procedures
  • Develop and implement a learning and development process and supporting systems to encourage professional development, enhances competencies and promote staff retention
  • Oversee compliance with Occupational Health and Safety and other external requirements and provide planning advice in these areas 

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA

  • Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources 
  • Extensive knowledge and evidence of applying contemporary HR practices and strategies, such as strategic workforce planning, performance management, employee relations, on-line learning, Equal Employment Opportunity, diversity and organisational change and reviews
  • Knowledge of principles and methods for learning and training design and measurement of training impacts
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as highly developed interpersonal, coaching, negotiation and consultative skills
  • Current Victorian Driver’s Licence and the ability to drive a range of vehicles as required
  • Current Working with Children’s Check valid for employment purposes

TO APPLY:
 If you have what it takes, please apply via SEEK at this link: https://www.seek.com.au/job/51690292    with your CV and cover letter by 31st March 2021. 

Senior Dentist (Full time)

The Senior Dentist is a newly created, full-time permanent position, responsible for providing clinical leadership to the Oral Health Team to ultimately drive improvement to clinical care and team culture. The position will work collaboratively with all members of the dental team (Dentists, Dental Therapists, Dental Assistants and Administration) to ensure our community has access to respectful, high quality and efficient public dental services.

The Senior Dentist position is a clinical role and provides general and complex dental services to clients of Inspiro in line with all clinical and funding policies, procedures, and guidelines.  The role also oversees treatment to clients with more complex conditions to ensure they receive appropriate services and care.  The role will also advise on clinical matters that drive program expansion and service quality and safety.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Clinical Leadership & Service Provision:

  • Provide clinical leadership, supervision and support for clinical staff to drive clinical capability and service outcomes
  • Manage all difficult clinical situations, complex medical histories and those with disabilities.
  • Provide a highly advanced range of efficient dental services
  • Act as a mentor and/or supervisor to less experienced staff or students
  • Adhere to and comply with best practice Infection Control Guidelines as implemented across Inspiro services
  • Meet agreed individual targets and key performance indicator
  • Support the development of new service delivery models

 Program Management and Administration:

  • Drive a positive performance-based culture with open and transparent communication and decision making as key components of the culture
  • recruitment, orientation & supervision
  • coaching and mentoring
  • annual performance reviews
  • Directly manage and lead the Oral Health team including:
    Participate actively in quality and risk management including developing systems that encourage excellence in clinical practice.

Teamwork, Quality Improvement and Professional Development

  • Achieve dental accreditation against State and National Standards
  • Lead and support Inspiro’s continuous quality improvement program including the evaluation and review of current dental services
  • Comply with the annual audit schedule which contributes to meeting quality and safety standards
  • Be a source of advice and expertise in relation to oral health service development in response to community need and demand

ESSENTIAL:

  • Current unrestricted APHRA registration
  • Radiation License
  • Registered Medicare Provider
  • Significant clinical leadership experience
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated problem solving and organisational ability
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a small team environment
  • Current Working with Children’s Check

DESIRABLE:

  • Experience as a senior dentist within the public oral health system

To Apply: 

Apply via Seek. Please include your cover letter and resume. 

Dentist (Part time)

We are seeking a skilled Dentist to work 3 to 4 days per week. Acting as a senior member of the team you will provide evidence based high quality, safe, patient/client centred care that meets best practice standards within a Community Health setting.

The Dental team is committed to providing the best possible care they can. Working in a fast-paced environment, our team's approach to service is shaped by Inspiro's Values.

Working as a part of a close-knit team in a fast-paced and rewarding environment, you will treat clients with a diverse range of needs in accordance with Dental Health Services Victoria (DHSV) Community Dental Program Guidelines.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide a general dental service to clients of Inspiro, in line with all policies, procedures, and guidelines for practice and Award level
  • Ensure high levels of customer service by undertaking duties in a professional and timely manner when dealing with clients and the public
  • Maintain and process patient records in accordance with DHSV Clinical Record Standards and the Health Records Act 2002
  • Adhere to Inspiro’s and comply with best practice Infection Control Guidelines
  • Provide professional guidance and support for dental auxiliaries, assistants, clerical staff, less experienced dentists and any volunteers assisting the dental program.
  • Ensure the appropriate referral of patients for specialist services
  • Meet individual targets set and provide feedback to the Dental Unit Manager on issues related to clinical performance.

ROLE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Registered as a dentist with AHPRA.
  • Working with Children Check
  • Ionizing Radiation Apparatus Operating License in Victoria
  • Police Check
  • Demonstrated experience and skill in a wide range of dental assessment procedures, treatments and activities for children and adults.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and supervision to clinical support staff and work as part of a team.

TO APPLY:
Apply via Seek. Please include your cover letter and resume. 

Speech Pathologist (Part time)

We have a 3 day a week 12 month contract for a qualified Grade 2 Speech Pathologist who is experienced in working with adult clients with NDIS funding. Days are flexible and there is potential to offer later appointments on a Tuesday if required. 

You will work with a range of other experienced professionals working with the NDIS and will be supported to expand your experience.

To be successful in this role you will have a good understanding of the NDIS, and goal-based care.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work in partnership with NDIS clients across a variety of ages whose goals relate primarily to communication and social skills.
  • Complete complex assessments using both dynamic assessments and a range of assessment tools/frameworks.
  • Develop and implement treatment/intervention plans based on clinical assessment, client centred goals and evidence based practice
  • Provide best practice assessment and intervention for augmentative and alternative communication, language and social pragmatics across the life span.
  • Provide assessment and management of clients presenting with dysphagia.
  • Write reports for the NDIS, being able to convey assessment results in a clear and easy to understand format for readers who are not familiar with speech pathology specific terminology.

ROLE REQUIREMENTS

  • Tertiary qualifications in speech pathology and eligibility for practicing membership of Speech Pathology Australia
  • Demonstrated ability to assess individuals with complex communication needs.
  • assess and implement non electronic and electronic augmentative and alternative communication with a range of client ability and ages.
  • assess and implement therapy for individuals whose goals relate to social skills improvement.
  • Current Working with Children Check valid for employment purposes

TO APPLY:

Apply via Seek. Please send your cover letter addressing the key selection criteria and resume.

 

Pysiotherapist (part time)

We have a 3 day a week ongoing position for Physiotherapist. This role would suite a Grade 1 or a Grade 2 physiotherapist, a minimum of one year post graduate experience is required. Other than Wednesday, days are flexible and this position will work across both our Lilydale and Belgrave clinics. 

This position provides individualised, evidence-based physiotherapy assessments, clinical interventions and education with an emphasis on empowerment and self-management.  The caseload includes a wide variety of conditions including - musculoskeletal, chronic pain, neurological, aged care and disability (NDIS) and requires the capability to work autonomously as well as part of a larger multidisciplinary team. There will also be a component of salaried fee-for-service work (GP care plans, TAC, DVA etc).

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop care plans in collaboration with clients which are based on client-centred goals.
  • Identify the need for any additional services with the client and make appropriate referrals that support a coordinated approach to improved health outcomes for the client.
  • Provide follow up reviews, interventions and self-management strategies to empower the client to achieve their identified goals.
  • Develop, run and evaluate group based programs that support clients to improve control of their own health and encourage integration into the community,
  • Supervise and support Allied Health Assistants and physiotherapy students as required.
  • Where appropriate, provide reports to other providers such as GPs, NDIS Support Coordinators or Aged Care Package case managers to demonstrate the effectiveness of the service in reaching the client/participants’ goals.

ROLE REQUIRMENTS:

  • Relevant physiotherapy qualifications
  • A minimum of 1 year post graduate experience 
  • Professional registration with AHPRA
  • Membership of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (preferred)
  • Demonstrated knowledge of physiotherapy management techniques including musculoskeletal, rehabilitation and neurological
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and/or experience working within Chronic Care models
  • Sound knowledge in contemporary clinical practice with commitment to maintain and update knowledge
  • Registration as an MBS provider (or willingness to do so)
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work unsupervised
  • Current Victorian Driver’s Licence and the ability to drive a range of vehicles as required
  • Current Working with Children’s Check valid for employment purposes

TO APPLY: 
Apply via Seek. Please send your cover letter addressing the key selection criteria and resume by 9th April, 2021.

WANT MORE INFO?

For more information on position responsibilities, a comprehensive job description and/or a confidential conversation, please contact the HR Manager Abbie Pearson by email abbie.pearson@inspiro.org.au or by phone 0419 526 991.

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