Connect Paediatric Therapy Services are looking to expand our team! If you are interested in any of the positions available, please forward your interest with your resume to the Practice Manager, Tara Norman, at admin@connectpts.com.au.

What we offer:
• A dynamic team to support your growth within allied health and working with special needs children
• Full administration support
• Contractual hours as arranged
• Professional Development Support
• Flexible working arrangements for the right candidate whether that be school hours or part time


Positions Available


 
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Paediatric

Physiotherapist

The role:

As a Physiotherapist within our team, you will provide assessments and intervention to our paediatric clients with a wide range of developmental conditions and special needs, including autism spectrum disorder.

You will be based in Karratha, be required to work from the practice, be involved with schools where required and attend home visits when needed.

The role allows the clinician to have flexibility over their work days and times. This means it is applicable for someone wishing to work full time, parents with school aged children who need to be home after school or during the holidays, those working around a roster or any other requirements.

Desired skills:

· Proven track record managing a general paediatric and/or adult caseload

· Previous experience working with children with Autism and Developmental Delays

· Current membership with AHPRA, Working with Children and Police Check

· Access to own car and current drivers licence

· Patient, self-motivated and adaptable to the needs of each client

· Passion for supporting and empowering families of children with special needs

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Occupational Therapist

The role:

As an Occupational Therapist within our team, you will provide assessments and intervention to our paediatric clients with a wide range of developmental conditions and special needs including autism.

You will be based in our Karratha clinic and be required to work from the practice, be involved with schools where required and attend home visits.

The role allows the clinician to have flexibility over their work days and times. This means it is applicable for someone wishing to work full time, parents with school aged children who need to be home after school or during the holidays, those working around a roster or any other requirements.

Desired skills:

· Proven track record managing a general paediatric and/or adult caseload

· Previous experience working with children with Autism and Developmental Delays

· Current registration with AHPRA , Working with Children and Police Check

· Access to own car and current drivers licence

· Patient, self-motivated and adaptable to the needs of each client

· Passion for supporting and empowering families of children with special needs

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Speech Pathologist

The role:

As a Speech Pathologist within our team, you will provide assessments and intervention to our paediatric clients with a wide range of developmental conditions and special needs including autism.

You will be based in our Karratha clinic and be required to work from the practice, be involved with schools where required and attend home visits.

The role allows the clinician to have flexibility over their work days and times. This means it is applicable for someone wishing to work full time, parents with school aged children who need to be home after school or during the holidays, those working around a roster or any other requirements.

Desired skills:

· Proven track record managing a general paediatric and/or adult caseload

· Previous experience working with children with Autism and Developmental Delays

· Current membership with SPA, Working with Children and Police Check

· Access to own car and current drivers licence

· Patient, self-motivated and adaptable to the needs of each client

· Passion for supporting and empowering families of children with special needs

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Allied Health

Assistant

The role:


As an Allied Health Assistant within our team, you will deliver programs prescribed by the clinical team to support the children through the practice. The programs may cover Physiotherapy goals, Speech Pathology goals, Occupational therapy goals or Counselling goals. You will be provided full training and supervision in all areas.


You will be based in Karratha be required to work from the practice, be involved with schools where required and attend home visits when needed.

Desired skills:


• Previous experience working with children preferable
• Current Working with Children and Police Check
• Access to own car and hold current drivers’ licence
• Patient, self-motivated and adaptable to the needs of each client
• Passion for supporting and empowering families of children with special needs