Available Positions


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 

Inspiro values diversity and encourages a diverse and inclusive culture where individual differences and intersecting identities are respected and celebrated. We encourage applications from people of all ages, from culturally linguistically diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, all members of the LGBTQIA+ community and people living with disability.

Considering a career in the Yarra Ranges?

The Yarra Ranges – all the benefits of a tree change with the convenience of being close to the city. With its open spaces, opportunities for adventure, vibrant entertainment options and the choice of exceptional schools, the Yarra Ranges should be considered by those serious about combining a meaningful career with an enjoyable lifestyle.

Here’s where you’ll find a supportive community, a multitude of sporting choices and some of the very best restaurants and wineries in the state if that is more your thing. Definitely worth leaving the city commute and cramped housing behind, it might be time to think about how a career move to the beautiful Yarra Ranges might work for you.


Available positions:

Health Promotion Officer

We are seeking an experienced and qualified Health Promotion Officer to join our friendly HP team. The role can be part-time 0.8 FTE or full-time, is ongoing and will work mainly from our Lilydale site.

Health promotion is a key component of the services provided by Inspiro, and is primarily supported by Department of Health funding stream.

Inspiro’s Integrated Health Promotion Plan (IHP) 2021 - 2025 provides strategic direction to the organisation, our partners and the community related to our priority areas.  The current Integrated Health Promotion plan has a majority focus on the following two priority areas:

  • Healthy Eating
  • Active Living

The primary objective of the Health Promotion Officer position is to facilitate the provision of evidence-base health promotion practice, under the health promotion priority area of Active Living, with opportunities to facilitate project work under Healthy Eating and the Prevention of Violence Against Women.

Key responsibilities

The principal part of Inspiro’s philosophy has an emphasis on illness prevention, health promotion and early intervention strategies. The person will work within a team of dedicated professionals to provide high quality, multi-disciplinary health service to the community.

Health Promotion

  • planning, implementing and evaluating the Active Living and other relevant strategies, as identified in Inspiro’s IHP plan
  • participating in the development of health promotion priorities that reflect community needs and strategic directions of the organisation and regional priority areas
  • strengthening strategic and collaborative relationships within and across the Shire of Yarra Ranges with local service providers and community groups relevant to the Active Living priority area
  • identify and source suitable funding opportunities for health promotion strategies
  • keep abreast of current policies and developments in health promotion and public health

Administration, information and reporting

  • develop project plans consistent with the principles, goals and objectives of the Integrated Health Promotion plan and other policy directions
  • prepare and present detailed, comprehensive reports, discussion papers and correspondence as required
  • represent the organisation at meetings relevant to Active Living, from a health promotion perspective
  • participate in team and service planning, health promotion activities, policy development and other project activities as required
  • ensure Inspiro’s services are accessible, client focused, developed, delivered and evaluated in partnership with our diverse communities

Key Selection Criterion

  • a tertiary or post graduate qualification in Health Promotion, Public Health or related discipline
  • knowledge and/or experience in the development, implementation and evaluation of evidence-based health promotion initiatives
  • strong understanding of the social model of health, and the determinants of health and their impact on populations
  • understanding of the principles and practices of Health Promotion within a community health setting
  • experience in consumer, community and stakeholder engagement and partnership development
  • demonstrated initiative, innovation and ability to contribute to the development of new health promotion initiatives
  • strong interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively communicate and interact with a range of key stakeholders
  • proven ability to work both within a team environment as well as the ability to work independently, with minimal supervision
  • excellent written and verbal communication skills, including capacity to utilise IT systems
  • current Victorian Driver's Licence and ability to drive a range of vehicles
  • current Working with Children Check valid for employment purposes
  • Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and able to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status

To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as undertake a current Police Record Check and hold an Employee Working with Children Check. Applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID 19, including the booster shot.  Inspiro may request additional background checks subject to current legislation. Persons who have worked overseas may be required to obtain an international police check.

To Apply

We would love to know why you would like to come and work with us at Inspiro and what you can bring to our team. Please contact our HR team today employment@inspiro.org.au. Please attach a cover letter with an updated resume.

We are keen to get this role recruited to ASAP and so will be shortlisting and interviewing as soon as applications are received. Respectfully, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. This position has been re-advertised, past applicants need not apply.

Inspiro values diversity and encourages a diverse and inclusive culture where individual differences and intersecting identities are respected and celebrated. We encourage applications from people of all ages, from culturally linguistically diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, all members of the LGBTQIA+ community and people living with disability.

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Paediatric Occupational Therapist (Grade 2) 

In this ongoing role, you will be working with pre school-age children, who have mild to moderate developmental delays. You will be assisting them to realise their potential and to positively participate in family, school and community life.  There is a strong emphasis on parent coaching and capacity building, using strategies and play that can be easily replicated at home.

This Community Health role is currently funded at 3 days a week but could be increased to full time if you are interested in adding 2 days of NDIS activity. You may be based at either our Lilydale or Belgrave sites, depending on the needs of our children and families.

Full time or part time, Inspiro offers opportunities to develop and learn in a supportive environment where you will work co-operatively within a team of dedicated professionals to provide high quality, family-centred, child-focused occupational therapy services.

In the role you will: 

  • Provide targeted, evidence–based therapeutic intervention to facilitate children’s participation and occupational performance within the home, community, and educational environment 
  • Work in partnership to build parents’/care givers’ capability, to actively participate in their child’s learning and to transfer skills learned in the clinical setting to the home.  If the child has NDIS funding, this includes working together to achieve the NDIS goals. 
  • Consult with parents, childcare educators, preschool educators, and other team members to support the transfer of skills to other learning environments  
  • Develop, implement and evaluate therapeutic groups and programs for children (eg: school readiness), including co-facilitation of groups with other members of the team 
  • Provide services in the centre, on a domiciliary basis and within the community (eg. kindergarten & school visits) 
  • In consultation with the other members of the Paediatric Team, assist eligible children to access NDIS funding, including completion of assessments and required documentation. 
  • Network with other agencies in order to support and advocate for / on behalf of clients and their parents/caregivers 
  • Maintain client records and record statistical data. 

About you! 

We are looking for a friendly, caring Paediatric Occupational Therapist, ideally a Grade 2, but a Grade 1 will also be considered.  You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills to communicate with children and families in a range of settings and thrive in a busy, supportive team environment. 

  • Tertiary degree or post-graduate diploma approved by the Australian Association of Occupational Therapists 
  • Current registration with AHPRA as Occupational Therapist 
  • Experience and/or placement with children’s services that explore developmental difficulties with families, preferably within the primary health sector 
  • Demonstrated capacity to work autonomously and within a multidisciplinary team to provide high quality evidence-based services 
  • Dedicated to safe practice and quality care 
  • Committed to delivery client centred care 
  • Are enthusiastic, empathetic and able to work collaboratively 
  • Ability to manage time effectively, to prioritise tasks, and manage client files, waitlists and reporting requirements 
  • Ability to build new partnerships and participate in established early childhood networks
  • Current Victorian Driver’s Licence and the ability to drive a range of vehicles if required. 

To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as undertake a current Police Record Check and hold an Employee Working with Children Check. Applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID 19, including the booster shot.  Inspiro may request additional background checks subject to current legislation. Persons who have worked overseas may be required to obtain an international police check. 

To Apply 

Send your resume and cover letter to employment@inspiro.org.au. Shortlisting and interviewing will commence as applications are received.  If you have any enquiries or to request a Position Description, please contact the HR team employment@inspiro.org.au 


Mental Health Nurse 

We have a great opportunity for a credentialled Mental Health Nurse 4 days per week (0.8 FTE), to join our team and provide mental health nursing and clinical care coordination to consumers with complex needs in, in the Yarra Ranges community.

This role will be based in Lilydale or Belgrave and with flexibility for remote working (working from home). This is a fixed term contract until December 2022, after which time the program will be reviewed.  

The credentialled Mental Health Nurse will work as a part of the multidisciplinary team using the clinical staging model to assess and deliver mental health treatment to consumers. A key component of the role is the assessment and management of clinical risk for consumers living in the community with moderate to severe mental health needs.

In the role you will:

  • Undertake comprehensive assessment of consumers which includes mental health, Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD), psychosocial, functional, and physical assessment domains
  • Use the clinical staging model in assessment and development of treatment plans
  • Work collaboratively with consumers, family/carers and other health professionals to develop and implement Collaborative Care Plans
  • Undertake initial and ongoing risk assessments of consumers and develop risk management plans (including the provision of Quick Response Suicide Prevention Services under Stepped Care)
  • Provide one-on-one clinical nursing services for consumers with moderate to complex mental health needs to address recovery-oriented goals in line with the Collaborative Care Plan
  • Monitor and support the consumer’s safe and appropriate use of medications
  • Provide clinical care coordination for consumers engaged with multiple services, including GPs
  • Provide services in both face-to-face and telehealth modalities, including community outreach support
  • Co-facilitate group-based programs where required
  • Coordinate and participate in shared care with internal and external services, including attendance at care team meetings, case coordination and clinical reviews
  • Work within the scope of practice defined for the role and as agreed with line manager

About you

We are looking for a friendly, caring Mental Health Nurse, who has excellent communication skills and thrives in a busy, team environment and has experience working in mental health.

  • Approved tertiary qualification in Mental Health Nursing
  • Current and ongoing registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a mental health nurse
  • Credentialed Mental Health Nurse with the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses (ACMHN)
  • Demonstrated experience in clinical risk assessment and management, including assessing mental state and clinical risk management across multiple domains
  • Experience working within the primary care and primary mental health sectors         

To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as undertake a current Police Record Check and gain an Employee Working with Children Check. Applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID 19.  Inspiro may request additional background checks subject to current legislation.

Apply today!

Please send your cover letter and resume to employment@inspiro.org.au. Shortlisting and interviews will start as applications are received. If you have any enquiries or to request a detailed Position Description, please contact the HR team employment@inspiro.org.au


Receptionists

Calling all experienced receptionists - we have opportunities for part-time and casual Receptionists to work across our Lilydale and Belgrave healthcare sites. 

Working in a friendly, busy environment, our reception team acts as the face of Inspiro, supporting our clients to access services in a welcoming and seamless manner, whilst partnering with our clinicians by performing a range of administrative and support functions that enable them to provide high-quality services.  

As a Reception team member, you will work as part of our committed team of between 8 -10 Receptionists. We are looking for friendly, personableexperienced professionals, who have a genuine love for people and processes.

To be successful you will need to be both task-focused and a ‘people’ person, who can juggle the needs of clients with the daily responsibilities. 

If you are someone who is organised, self-motivated and a team player who enjoys working with a variety of people, then this role is well suited to you! 

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing friendly and client-centred service
  • Answering the telephone, booking new appointments, confirming appointments by phone, processing cancellations, recording messages, and providing information, referrals & resources
  • Record client’s arrival and notify clinician, make appointments for clients & collect fees for groups, individual services
  • Manage client appointments and maintain accurate client information using the client data systems TrakCare, Titanium, Pracsoft/medical director
  • Work closely with the intake staff to support the timely and efficient flow of clients
  • Open, record & distribute incoming and outgoing mail ensuring that the CEO or Service Manager/s are advised of any urgent correspondence
  • Provide general administrative duties including filing, faxing, retrieval of information, health records, photocopying & ensure cash register balances daily.

About you!

  • Previous reception and administration experience, ideally in a hospital /medical/dental setting
  • Ability to work with a diversity of clients in a busy environment, in a friendly and professional manner
  • Committed to being a team player who is reliable and supports and contributes positively to the team culture
  • Ability to work in a with time pressures whilst managing multiple tasks
  • Intermediate computer skills including MS Office, electronic recording systems and data management tools, along with a capacity to learn new clinical software packages
  • Experience with client data systems including - TrakCare, Titanium, Pracsoft/medical director is highly advantageous
  • Current Victorian Driver’s Licence and the ability to drive a range of vehicles as required
  • Current Working with Children Check valid for employment purposes
  • Be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, including the booster.

Why work at Inspiro? 

  • Attractive remuneration - Generous salary and benefits, including NFP salary packaging, meal and entertainment and novated lease
  • Great team culture - We have a flexible, family-friendly and outcome-focused collaborative culture
  • Professional development - We understand the importance of developing our workforce and as such provide opportunities for our staff to grow
  • Support - through a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program and Wellbeing program
  • On-site parking - at Lilydale and Belgrave.

 

To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as undertake a current Police Record Check and hold an Employee Working with Children Check. Applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID 19, including the booster shot.  Inspiro may request additional background checks subject to current legislation. Persons who have worked overseas may be required to obtain an international police check.

To Apply

We would love to know why you would like to come and work with us at Inspiro and what you can bring to our team. Please contact us today by applying via Seek, or alternatively via our HR team employment@inspiro.org.au. Please attach a cover letter with an updated resume.

We will be shortlisting and interviewing as applications are received. Respectfully, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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Dentists 

 We are seeking skilled General Dentists to work full time, part time or casually in our Lilydale dental clinic. An experienced 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 are 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 - Friendly, Client Focused and Local. 

Working as a part of a close-knit team in a 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 general dental service to Inspiro clients 
  • Provide general guidance and support for clinical staff as directed by the Senior Dentist to drive clinical capability and service outcomes 
  • Deliver safe, ethical and high-quality dental services, accurate diagnosis and client centred treatment planning 
  • 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 and comply with Inspiro’s best practice infection Control Guidelines 
  • Provide professional guidance and support for dental auxiliaries, assistants, clerical staff, less experienced dentists and any volunteers/students assisting the dental program 
  • Ensure the appropriate referral of clients for specialist services 
  • Meet agreed individual targets and key performance indicators 
  • Ensure all equipment is well maintained including diagnosis of common faults 
  • Participate in dental staff meetings and other activities as required 
  • Support the development of new service delivery models 

Qualifications, knowledge & experience: 

Essential  

  • Current unrestricted APHRA registration  
  • Ionizing Radiation Apparatus Operating License in Victoria 
  • 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 
  • A great communicator and demonstrates empathy and good interpersonal skills 
  • Can demonstrate their problem-solving ability and takes an evidence-based approach to decision making  
  • Can demonstrate their ability to be well organised and is able to set priorities  
  • Can be a team player and has experience working in small to medium sized oral health teams 
  • Current Working with Children Check valid for employment purposes 
  • Employment is subject to a satisfactory police check. 

Desirable 

  • Experience as a dentist within the public oral health system  

To Apply 

Please send a cover letter and resume to employment@inspiro.org.au. Shortlisting and interviewing will commence as applications are received. 

If you have any enquiries or to request a detailed Position Description, please contact Russel Anbiah (Operations Manager – Dental) at russel.anbiah@inspiro.org.au 


Oral Health Therapists

About the role
We are seeking experienced Oral Health Therapists to work full time, part time or casually in our Lilydale dental clinic. An experienced 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 are 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 - FriendlyClient Focused and Local.

Inspiro has, as part of its philosophy, an emphasis on illness prevention, early intervention and health promotion. Working as a part of a close-knit team in a 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

  • Deliver general dental services to clients of Inspiro, in line with all policies, procedures, and guidelines for practice, ensuring align with current Dental Practice Board of Victoria’s Code of Practice for Dental Therapists / Hygienists / Oral Health Therapists
  • Provide a “person-centred” model of care that focuses on the individual needs and circumstances of the client
  • Make available and actively promote oral health promotion and information to clients within the clinical setting
  • Provide professional guidance and support as appropriate for dental auxiliaries, clerical staff, and any volunteers assisting the dental program
  • Ensure the appropriate referral of patients to Dental Officers
  • Participate in dental staff meetings and other activities as required
  • Meet individual targets set and provide feedback to the Operations Manager - Dental on issues related to clinic performance
  • 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
  • Comply with best practice infection control guidelines and conduct audits as requested
  • Ensure all equipment is well maintained including diagnosis of common faults
  • Be committed to ongoing professional development, and to keep up to date with developments and trends within Community Health.
  • Participate in team and service planning, health promotion activities, policy development and other project activities as required
  • Participate in Inspiro’s continual quality improvement program including the development of new practice models and community development approaches
  • Be committed to ongoing professional development and undertake mandatory training
  • Participate in the creation of a culturally safe environment for staff, clients and the community in line with Inspiro’s commitment to cultural diversity and inclusiveness
  • Ensure Inspiro’s services are accessible, client focused; developed, delivered and evaluated in partnership with our diverse communities
  • Receive and record any feedback from clients, carers, or members of the community

Key Selection Criterion 

Qualifications, knowledge & experience:

Essential

  • Hold a dental qualification eligible for registration as an Oral Health Therapist with AHPRA
  • Current Working with Children Check valid for employment purposes
  • Ionizing Radiation Apparatus Operating License in Victoria
  • 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 (preferred but not essential) and able to work as part of a team
  • A demonstrated commitment to Public Health Principles
  • Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
  • Membership of relevant Professional Association and participation in professional development programs
  • Demonstrated ability to achieve throughput, targets and objectives
  • Good information technology skills and familiarity with electronic medical records software (Titanium desirable)
  • Employment is subject to a satisfactory police check.
  • Must be able to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status.

Desirable

  • Understanding of public dental policies and practices
  • Good computer skills including word processing and Titanium Dental Software
  • Knowledge of a second language and culture would be an advantage
  • Willingness to undertake continuing personal and professional development
  • Current Victorian Driver’s Licence and the ability to drive a range of vehicles as requ

To Apply

Please send a brief cover letter and an updated resume to employment@inspiro.org.au

To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as undertake a current Police Record Check and gain an Employee Working with Children Check. Applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID 19.  Inspiro may request additional background checks subject to current legislation.

Shortlisting and interviewing will start as applications are received.

If you have any enquiries or to request a detailed Position Description, please contact Russel Anbiah (Operations Manager – Dental) at russel.anbiah@inspiro.org.au


Dental Assistants

We are seeking experienced Dental Assistants to work full time, part time or casually in our Lilydale dental clinic. As a supportive member of the team, you will provide effective chair side assistance to the dentists and oral health therapists by means of evidence based, high quality, safe, patient/client centred care that meets best practice standards within a Community Health setting.

The Dental team are 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 - FriendlyClient Focused and Local.

Inspiro has, as part of its philosophy, an emphasis on illness prevention, early intervention and health promotion. Working as a part of a close-knit team in a rewarding environment, you will support the treatment of clients and work co-operatively within a team of dedicated professionals, to provide high quality, comprehensive and multi-disciplinary health services.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provide clinical chair-side assistance to dental operators in accordance with public dental clinical standards and policies
  • Ensure facilities and dental equipment within the clinic are of a high standard according to Inspiro’s infection control policy and guidelines, and stores are maintained at an appropriate level
  • Monitor and comply with sterilisation procedures in accordance with recognised standards
  • Comply with best practice infection control guidelines and conduct audits as requested
  • Actively contribute to maintaining a safe workplace.
  • Understand and ensure public dental policies, practices and guidelines are adhered to within the clinic
  • Ensure storage, packaging and collection of infectious waste/sharps in accordance with recognised waste control policy
  • Processing of dental digital radiographs and pouring up of impressions as required
  • As part of a team approach to service delivery staff may hold responsibility for across service activities (a portfolio approach) such as rostering, ordering of supplies, infection control, auditing, maintenance etc.
  • Participate in team and service planning, health promotion activities, policy development and other project activities as required
  • Participate in Inspiro’s continual quality improvement program including the development of new practice models and community development approaches
  • Be committed to ongoing professional development and undertake mandatory training
  • Participate in the creation of a culturally safe environment for staff, clients and the community in line with Inspiro’s commitment to cultural diversity and inclusiveness
  • Receive and record any feedback from clients, carers, or members of the community

Key Selection Criterion 

Qualifications, knowledge & experience:

Essential

  • Hold a recognised Dental Assistant Certificate III Accreditation and/or Badge issued by the Council of Australian Dental Association or equivalent
  • Evidence of recent practice, skills and training in infection control procedures that meet National Infection Control standards
  • Advanced level of clinical competence in all applications and procedures
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team
  • A great communicator and demonstrates empathy and good interpersonal skills
  • A high level of initiative as well as being able to undertake delegated or assigned tasks
  • Can demonstrate their ability to be well organised and is able to set priorities
  • Current Working with Children Check valid for employment purposes.
  • Employment is subject to a satisfactory police check.
  • Must be able to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status.

Desirable

  • Understanding of public dental policies and practices
  • Good computer skills including word processing and Titanium Dental Software
  • Knowledge of a second language and culture would be an advantage
  • Willingness to undertake continuing personal and professional development
  • Current Victorian Driver’s Licence and the ability to drive a range of vehicles as require

To Apply

If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for, send your cover letter and resume to employment@inspiro.org.au

Shortlisting and interviewing will commence as applications are received.

Please direct enquiries and position description requests to Russel Anbiah (Operations Manager – Dental) at russel.anbiah@inspiro.org.au


Speech Pathologist/Occupational Therapist

As a result of some flexible funding, we have new opportunities in our allied health team and are seeking applications from Grade 2 Occupational Therapists and Speech Therapists to work with older clients (CHSP).

Come and join our friendly team where you will get to work autonomously but also have the support of a multi-disciplinary team of dedicated professionals. Our teams’ partner with clients to promote independence and enhanced quality of life.

The roles can be full time or part time and are currently funded up until June 30, 2023 with the possibility of extension if demand supports this. There is also the opportunity to add NDIS activity to the role if you prefer a more varied role.

About the role

You will be supporting clients with a range of challenges, to maximise their capacity to participate in daily living activities. The positions aim to provide evidence based, high quality, safe, patient/client centred care that meets current professional best practice standards.

About you

As an experienced, friendly, Occupational Therapist or Speech Therapist, you will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills enabling you to liaise and thrive with a range of clients.

You will also have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in occupational therapy, speech therapy or equivalent
  • Current Occupational Therapy Board of Australia registration (AHPRA)
  • Eligibility for practicing membership of Speech Pathology Australia
  • Eligibility to Australian Occupational Therapy/ Australian Association
  • Passion for helping people identify and achieve their goals
  • A desire to transition to or continue to work in the community health space
  • Strong problem-solving skills and the capacity to think laterally
  • Good understanding of clinical theory/practice and client-centred care
  • Willingness to learn with a growth mindset
  • Solid organisation and self-management skills
  • Current Victorian Driver’s Licence and ability to drive a range of vehicles as required
  • Current Working with Children Check valid for employment purposes.

 

To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as undertake a current Police Record Check and hold an Employee Working with Children Check. Applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID 19, including the booster shot.  Inspiro may request additional background checks subject to current legislation. Persons who have worked overseas may be required to obtain an international police check.

To Apply

We would love to know why you would like to come and work with us at Inspiro and what you can bring to our team. Please contact us today by applying via Seek, or alternatively via our HR team employment@inspiro.org.au. Please attach a cover letter with an updated resume.

We are keen to get this role recruited to ASAP and so will be shortlisting and interviewing as soon as applications are received. Respectfully, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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