About Growing Early Minds
We’re a not-for-profit organisation with a proud history that started in 1994. We are a diverse and friendly team who are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children and families. We pride ourselves on being an employer of choice and are currently undergoing significant growth.
We operate on evidence-based approaches which include family-centred, strengths and play-based intervention. What sets us apart is families can access speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, dietetics and nutrition, psychology, behaviour and family support all under the one roof.
This is a maternity leave contract, commencing in August 2019. The role is 24 hours per week, with days and times negotiable. This is an exciting opportunity full of variety but some of your duties may include assessments, therapy services, consultancy and practical support for Early Childhood Educators and teachers, liaison and skills development with parents, and training delivery.
- Hold a Bachelor Degree or higher in Nutrition and Dietetics.
- Experience and knowledge in paediatric nutrition services and feeding therapy supports.
- Hold or be eligible for registration with Medicare.
- Passion for children, families and the community.
- Excellent inter-personal and communication skills.
- Experience working within a multi-disciplinary team.
- Current drivers licence and own a vehicle.
- Experience working with Aboriginal people, families and organisations.
- Delivery of service under NDIS, private or ADHC funding.
Growing Early Minds offers multiple benefits not limited to:
- Competitive salary packaging with the ability to claim $15,900.00 tax-free
- Supplied with laptop and mobile, travel reimbursement and free parking
- Be part of innovative programs with interstate travel options
- Employee Assistance Program with access to free counselling
- Supportive supervision and clinical supervision
- Team building events and rewarding social activities
How to apply
Get involved by emailing your cover letter and resume to Ashleigh Bender at [email protected]
Applications close: Sunday, 30 June 2019