About Early Links
Are you passionate about inclusion and helping others?
Join our team and find the rewarding career and supportive culture you’ve always wanted.
Early Links is a disability support provider and registered charity that has supported the Hunter region for almost 40 years. Our can-do approach has led to a rapidly expanding team and range of services. This growth shows no sign of slowing, making this an exciting time to come on board.
Once you’re part of Early Links, you’ll tell your friends to join too.
Why work with us?
- Vibrant and supportive team culture
- Generous not-for-profit salary packaging
- Paid 30-minute lunch break
- 7.5 hour days
- Flexible workplace
- Rostered days off – 1 rostered day off every 20 working days
- 3 additional paid leave days
- We have in-house NDIS expertise – this will assist you with knowing how to use the right funding and provide the right advocacy for your clients
- Make a meaningful difference in the community
About the role
We are looking for a variety of experienced Allied Health Therapists and Allied Health Assistants to join our amazing team at Early Links. These roles will be located across our Maitland, Kurri Kurri, and Muswellbrook offices and is Full Time (Part Time will be considered depending on the successful candidate).
Please see a full list below of roles we are on the lookout for. If Early Links sounds like the perfect fit for you and you are passionate about making a positive impact for your clients, please apply for the below:
- Occupational Therapist
- Inclusion Support Teacher – Disability and Inclusion program (DIP)
- Speech Pathologist
- Allied Health Assistant
- Art Therapist
- Music Therapist
- Social Worker
To be successful in this position you will:
- A degree qualification in a relevant allied health field and registration with professional body
- Experience working with a paediatric caseload in settings such as schools, preschools, and daycare centres
- A holistic approach to children’s development
- Ability to integrate programs into everyday activities and childcare/home routines
- A commitment to the philosophy of inclusion and family-centred practice
- Excellent written and verbal communication, consultation, and negotiation skills
- Demonstrated ability to liaise with other agencies and work collaboratively as a member of a transdisciplinary team
- Excellent computer skills
- Driver’s licence and reliable car
Please note that this position will require you to have a working with children check, NDIS worker screening check, first aid certificate & CPR, and driver’s license. If you do not currently have these that’s ok, but you’ll need to have them before you start.
Ready to apply?
Just click apply and follow the instructions to submit your application. Please include your resume and a cover letter detailing your suitability for the role.
We can’t wait to hear from you!
If you have any questions, please contact our People & Culture Team on 02 4934 3773 or at firstname.lastname@example.org