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Systems Support Officer

Responsible for supporting IT system project activities, this role focuses on developing and delivering training as well as reviewing and improving usage and processes to ensure efficiency and alignment with strategic objectives. The Position Description is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience via the Seek advert.

Harry’s Place Reception and Events Officer – EOI for 8 week position

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are now being accepted for the role of Harry’s Place Reception and Events Officer. This role would suit someone who enjoys working with people. Further details about the EOI are available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to hr@carpentaria.org.au

Media and Communications Officer

This newly created role is responsible for the development of high level internal and external communications that promote a positive image of both Carpentaria and Harry’s Place through a range of social and other media content to promote community engagement. The Position Description is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience via the Seek advert.

Harry’s Place Cafe Supervisor

Working with a dedicated team of hospitality professionals, the Cafe Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the operation of the Café at Harry’s Place, as well as the facilitation of supported employment opportunities. The Position Description is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience via the Seek advert.

Independent Living Coordinator, Independent Living

Working with a dedicated team of support workers, the Coordinator is responsible for planning and implementing a person centred independent living support service that aligns to NDIS goals to live a good life. The Position Description is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience via the Seek advert.

Occupational Therapist, Therapy Services

Responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating person-centred Occupational Therapy services for adults, this role is available as a full or part time position within a dynamic multi-disciplinary Allied Health team. The Position Description is available here. An overview of the financial and professional benefits of working in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to hr@carpentaria.org.au

Psychologist, Therapy Services

Available as a full or part time position, this role is responsible for delivering person-centred counselling and psychological tailored therapeutic interventions to children and adolescents receiving disability supports under the NDIS. The Position Description is available here. An overview of the financial and professional benefits of working in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to hr@carpentaria.org.au

Speech Pathologist, Therapy Services

As part of a dynamic and growing multi-disciplinary team, this role is responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating person-centred Speech Pathology services that deliver choice and control to NDIS and other participants, and meet participant plan goals for the NDIS or other schemes.  Paediatric and adult caseloads are available. The Position Description for is available here. An overview of the financial and professional benefits of working in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to hr@carpentaria.org.au

 

The benefits of working as an Allied Health professional with our Therapy Services team are:

For further information about vacancies in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team, or to learn more about opportunities for relocation support, please contact Amy Southwood, Therapy Services Manager on 08 8920 9400.

Recruitment Overview

Carpentaria employs high quality staff in a range of specialist disability support and Allied Health roles to support clients across our Therapy Services, Pathways Program and Independent Living Services. Recruitment to positions at Carpentaria is based on values, skills and qualifications.

We are experiencing a growth of programs and the creation of additional roles to support Carpentaria’s services in urban and remote locations. From Specialist Disability Support and Allied Health professionals to corporate roles, Carpentaria offers a rewarding career in a dynamic workplace.

Carpentaria employs evidence-based practice, with research driving continual innovation and growth. Staff have access to comprehensive training and skill development as well as regular upskilling opportunities and ongoing specialist disability training, including positive behaviour support, person-centred active support and risk management.

Competitive remuneration packages, including generous salary packaging benefits, are available. Offers of employment at Carpentaria are subject to a satisfactory police clearance. Employees must also commit to understanding and abiding by Carpentaria’s Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct incorporates the NDIS standards.

Role requirements include:

      • NDIS Worker Screen Clearance (forms.pfes.nt.gov.au/safent/)
      • NDIS Worker Orientation module (training.ndiscommission.gov.au)
      • Police check (within the past 6 months)
      • First Aid and CPR certificate
      • Working with Children Check (Ochre card)
      • Driver’s Licence
      • Evidence of relevant qualifications
      • Evidence of Australian work rights (current visa or birth certificate)
      • COVID Vaccination Certificate

Thank you for your interest in joining our team.