About the role
We’re looking for someone with a tertiary qualification (at a minimum a Diploma) in allied health or early childhood education, or a related discipline such as psychology, speech pathology or occupational therapy. Importantly, you will be someone who demonstrates empathy and a belief that making change is possible. We want to ensure you’re successful in this role and, to do that, you’ll have a minimum of one year experience partnering with families with children aged 0-6 with developmental delays or disabilities.
What you’ll be doing
Your role will be to assess a child’s needs, making recommendations about supports to help the child achieve their goals and participate in daily activities at home and in the community. This may include undertaking outreach work in family homes, identifying appropriate referral pathways, developing a plan that meets NDIA guidelines and developing evidence based short to medium term interventions appropriate to the needs of the child and family.
Who you’ll be working with
You will be part of a transdisciplinary team working with families with children 0 to 6 years old with a developmental delay or disability.
What we offer
EACH offers all staff benefits by offering not-for-profit salary packaging, a family-friendly workplace strategy, and support through a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program.
About the organisation
At EACH, our vision is for a healthy and inclusive community.
Founded on the vision that everyone is entitled to good health, we’re one of the nation’s leading health and community services providers, offering a broad range of services for over 40 years. Our services include Community Health, Mental Health, NDIS, Counselling, Support for Older Australians and Family Services.
How to apply for this role
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: ECEI Coordinator - Liverpool via Pro Bono Australia.