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Attention: New Graduates & Experienced Clinicians

Pearson Allied Health Services is seeking Allied Health Professional to join our team. If you would like to join our wonderful team, please apply today.

About Us

Pearson Allied Health Services specialise in providing allied health services to children, young people, and adults with disabilities. Offering a flexible service, sessions can take place in our office, our therapy house, our farm or within the community. Our goal is to provide a truly person-centered service while working within a trans-disciplinary team.

Why join the team?

A rewarding role that not only offers diversity but the ability to explore areas you are passionate in.
If you are interested in looking at animal assistive therapy and activities, we are also the only private practice in SA that offers therapy with both small animals, equines and Farm animals (please look at our Facebook page to see some of our animals and groups).  You can also watch a short video (under 2 minutes) which was taken at the PAHS house in Hackham. It was developed to show the house and what we can offer in accommodation, but just gives a little insight into one of our work environments

In addition

  • Relocation costs negotiable
  • Flexible family friendly hours- part-time or full-time hours
  • Well-developed new staff/grad orientation program with weekly supervision, scheduled observations, and shadowing opportunities
  • High quality internal supervision.
  • A rewarding role offering not only the diversity to work with children and/or adults but the ability to explore areas you are passionate in: such as Dysphagia; AAC; animal assistive therapy and feeding.
  • Located down South, in Morphett Vale, Clarendon and Hackham
  • Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave.
  • Employee Assistive program
  • Excellent culture with regular team events
  • Professional Development allowance each year, plus additional in-house PD.
  • Provision of Laptop and iPad
  • Travel paid per kilometre, and/or company vehicles can be used.
  • Professional Indemnity Insurance provided
  • Uniform provided
  • A negotiable remuneration package based on experience and additional qualifications and skills.

The Position

We are seeking professionals who are passionate about working with people with disabilities to join our team. The role is available as either part time or full time and the responsibilities include:

  • Providing client driven, evidence-based therapy services to clients in their home, clinic and/or community environments, focusing on meeting the NDIS and client goals.
  • Provision of therapy services to children and/or adults with disabilities, including developmental delays, autism and intellectual disabilities.
  • Conducting assessments and reporting in a timely and accurate manner as required for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and generating recommendations.

Key Criteria

  • Member of your professional body
  • Working with Children Screener
  • Disability Employment Screener Check or NDIS Worker Screener
  • Responding to Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect (RRHAN-EC) certification
    or be willing to obtain prior to commencing employment
  • Child Safe Environments ‘Through Their Eyes’ Training
    or be willing to obtain prior to commencing employment
  • South Australia Driver’s Licence
  • Covid-19 Vaccination Certification
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience in working within the Disability sector (preferable)
  • New Graduates welcome to apply
  • Understanding and knowledge of the Privacy Act and relevant confidentiality requirements.
  • Understanding of the NDIS Code of Conduct and act in compliance at all times and willing to act in accordance with the PAHS Mission Statement.
  • Understanding of Disability Service Standards and relevant legislation.
  • Understanding of United Nations Convention on Human Rights for People with a Disability.

We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and are committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome, actively support and promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTIQA+, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds and other diversity group

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Job Type: Permanent

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