EACH

ECEI Coordinator (BB-1FAA8)

Found in: Neuvoo AU

Description:
ul,p {width:100%;} About Us Health, Hope and Opportunity, this is our Customer Promise. Founded in 1974 in Melbourne, we have spent the last 46 years putting our customers first. Our Customer Charter is reflective of the EACH Service Principles which were co designed with our consumers. Simply, we put you at the centre of everything we do. About our ECEI Team We are a close-knit team of committed allied health professionals, teachers, social workers and educators, working together for a common cause. We partner with the NDIS to support families and children with developmental delays and disabilities to access early intervention, that will help them to develop the skills they need to take part in everyday activities, and to be included in family and community life. About you You are a tertiary qualified (minimum diploma) allied health professional, who shares our passion in providing world class support to your clients. You are empathetic and excel in working with families who have a child aged 0-6 with a developmental delay or disability. You can engage children on their level to assess where they are in their developmental milestones. What you'll be doing
  • Assessing children’s needs and making recommendations about support to help them achieve their goals
  • Define plans to assist child in daily activities at home and in the community
  • Undertaking outreach work in family homes
  • Identifying appropriate referral pathways
  • Develop plans that meet NDIA guidelines
  • Develop evidence based short to medium term interventions
  • Skills, Knowledge and Experience
  • Professional experience providing early intervention with families and children aged 0-6 with developmental delays or disabilities
  • Minimum Tertiary qualification of Diploma in allied health or early childhood education
  • Knowledge and application of evidenced based best practice principles of early childhood intervention
  • Knowledge of the NDIS legislation and processes to protect children from risk
  • Valid unrestricted Australian driver’s licence
  • Working with Children Check or Working with vulnerable people check
  • Current National Police Check (completed within 60 days of commencement)
  • What we offer you
  • We are a supportive, family orientated team, who work closely together for the same cause
  • We believe in investing in our staff through career development and study support
  • We like to promote from within, internal progression is core to our values
  • An Extensive Employee Assistance Program
  • Not for Profit Salary packaging
  • Novated leasing
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Purchased leave options
  • Annual volunteer day
  • Next steps Please apply online via our Careers Centre.

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