Early Childhood Practitioner - South Metro
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Salary: $82,619 - $92,967 per annum pro rata (including salary packaging)
Contract: Permanent Part Time
Job Type: Early Years
Early Childhood Practitioner - South West
Wanslea has been selected as a Partner in the Community to deliver Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) services as part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Wanslea is seeking a skilled, experienced and qualified Early Childhood Practitioner to join our teams in Armadale.
This position is responsible for the provision of best-practice early childhood assessment, planning and early intervention for children with developmental delays and/or disabilities and their families.
Wanslea is an inclusive employer. We welcome and encourage applications from suitably qualified culturally and linguistically diverse candidates, people who may have a disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and sexually and gender diverse people.
- Degree in Allied Health (Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology or Physiotherapy) or other relevant professional field
- Extensive knowledge of early childhood development, developmental delay and disability, and the early intervention service sector
- Demonstrated understanding of the NDIS, the ECEI approach and early childhood intervention best practice principles
- Proven ability to complete child development assessments and prepare reports
- Proven ability to work with children with developmental delay or disability and their families
- Demonstrated knowledge of family centred practice and commitment to the provision of services that reflect evidence-based best practice
- Proven organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise multiple tasks and meet agreed deadlines
- Awareness and understanding of the functional and social impact of disability and the importance of social inclusion
- High level verbal and written communication including the ability to engage and communicate with clients from diverse backgrounds , tailoring communication to suit specific target groups
- Excellent time management skills and the ability to respond effectively to initial high volumes of work
- Ability to identify key stakeholders and build strong effective relationships and partnerships internally and externally
- High level information management competency including the ability to use technology to record, retrieve and report information
- Demonstrated understanding of “child safe”environment
- Excellent interpersonal, communication and negotiating skills and the ability to make timely and thought-out decisions
- Excellent administrative and organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple activities with minimal supervision required
- Capacity to work creatively and independently, demonstrate initiative and actively develop a supportive team environment
- Professional development opportunities
- Family friendly work practices
- Clinical supervision and training
- Income Protection Insurance
- Salary Packaging
Candidates shortlisted for the position will be contacted to prepare an address to the essential criteria
All enquiries for the above positions are to be directed to Human Resources:
Shortlisting for this role will commence immediately
Please note that only successful candidates will be contacted
Wanslea reserves the right to close the advertisement prior to this date so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.
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