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Employment

Would you like to work at StGiles?


Working with StGiles is so much more than just work!

We provide you with the opportunity to join a team of like-minded people, working together to achieve our inspiring mission. 

StGiles is a recognised leader in helping Tasmanians live to their full potential by delivering comprehensive and contemporary range of specialised services to individuals and families.

Working with us, your knowledge, skills and experience will directly assist in making more life’s enriched. We are passionate and committed to developing the best person for the job, regardless of gender, age, race, family or caring responsibilities, disability and sexual orientation, identity or preference. It’s what we believe and part of our essence, as we only ever see the ability within.

We strive to promote and support the wellbeing of our employees through a number of workplace initiatives designed to achieve optimum work-life balance.

Our staff currently enjoy flexible start and finish times, part time and casual work, generous leave provisions, competitive salaries (with the extra benefit of salary packaging) a family oriented and supportive work place and being recognised as a valued team member with the ability to take advantage of further career advancement and development.

We’re always looking for people who possess a desire to see the best in people and display the right attitude and are committed to improving the lives of people living with disability.

We want people who are team players, self-motivated and prepared to strive for personal and workplace improvement. We value creativity and innovation. 

Join our Team: Register Your Interest   Application For Employment Form

 

Current Positions       

 

Occupational Therapist, based in Hobart, Tas

If you are flexible, resilient, team oriented, innovative, able to work independently, good communicator, enjoys working within an evidence –based approach then this is the job for you.

This position is based within our Therapy Service in Hobart but may require you to work in other locations. Focused on working in partnership with other services and/or families, to enable the best outcomes for those who access our services.

The position: Occupational Therapist, FTE is negotiable and level will depend on experience and based in Hobart, Tasmania.

We are looking for someone with the following experience:

  • Experience working within the complex disability field (including basic equipment prescription)
  • Knowledge and experience delivering evidence-based assessment, intervention & equipment prescription to a range of client groups across all ages.
  • Knowledge and experience in best-practice for early intervention for children with CP.
  • Experience working within the NDIS model.

You must have a current driver licence, Working with Vulnerable Persons check (child- related activity) and a National Police Check. You will also be required to undergo a pre- employment medical.

We offer excellent facilities and resources, salary packaging and professional support and development.

Enquires to Lisa Mulvey on 6238 1888.

Applications close on Wednesday 10th July 2019, and should be forwarded to;
Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 416 Launceston
TAS 7250
email to: amandabailey@stgiles.org.au

Seating Specialist

If you are flexible, resilient, team oriented, innovative, able to work independently, good communicator, enjoys working within an evidence –based approach then this is the job for you.

This position is based within our Therapy Service in Hobart but may require you to work in other locations. Focused on working in partnership with other services and/or families, to enable the best outcomes for those who access our services.

The position: Seating Specialist, FTE is negotiable and level will depend on experience and based in Hobart, Tasmania.

We are looking for someone with the following experience:

  • Experience with seating assessment and wheelchair prescription.
  • Experience with assessment & equipment prescription to a range of client groups across all ages.
  • Experience working within the complex disability field.
  • Knowledge and experience of customized seating is desired, but not essential
  • Experience working within the NDIS model.

 

We offer excellent facilities and resources, salary packaging and professional support and development.

You must have current driver licence, Working with Vulnerable Persons check (child- related activity) and a National Police Check. You will also be required to undergo a pre- employment medical.

We offer excellent facilities and resources, salary packaging and professional support and development.

Enquires to Ailsa Leslie on 6345 7332.

Applications close on Wednesday 10th July 2019, and should be forwarded to;
Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 416 Launceston
TAS 7250
email to: amandabailey@stgiles.org.au

 

Team Leader- Support Services, Part-Time in Launceston

St Giles is a state-wide organisation operating services across Tasmania.  St Giles aims to make a real difference in the lives of the people we support, and we are passionate about providing quality services to children and adults who have a disability.

This position is based in Launceston. As a Team Leader, you will be responsible for providing leisure, inclusion, activity and recreational planning services to allocate participants or work sites. You will be required to follow directions from and work with the Support Operations team. This role will comprise of both administrative and direct disability support work.  

To be successful in this position you will need the following:

  1. Prior experience managing a team of staff

  2. Proven experience working with families under a family centred practice model

  3. Highly effective written and oral communication skills

  4. Formal VET or tertiary qualifications in a relevant field

  5. Proven ability to plan and implement service goals and outcomes

  6. Have an understanding and commitment to continuous improvement, customer service and quality

Essential requirements:

  1. Minimum Diploma level qualification in a relevant community service, welfare or management field

  2. Experience in managing staff performance

  3. Experience in mentoring and coaching others

  4. Willingness to undertake further required training such as medication administration

  5. A current drivers licence

We offer excellent facilities and resources, salary packaging and professional support and development.

Salary will be in line with the SACS classification Level 3.1 – 3.3 and negotiated based on skills and experience

Successful applicants must be able to obtain a Working with Vulnerable Persons check and satisfactory police checks and undergo a medical.

Enquires to Mark Deverell  Tel 03 6345 7333

Applications close on Friday 14th June 2019, and should be forwarded to;
Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 416 Launceston
TAS 7250
email to: simontonks@stgiles.org.au.

Position Description

Speech Pathologist, fixed term, full time based in Burnie, Tas

We are looking for passionate speech pathologist to join our highly skilled multi-disciplinary team.  We are looking to fill  a fixed-term (12-months) full-time parental leave position with the possibility of extension beyond this period.

The Speech Pathologist is responsible, as part of a transdisciplinary team, to plan, implement and evaluate early intervention services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) within a long day care setting in our Burnie Hub and Satellite Centres. Additionally the speech pathologist will deliver fee-for service (Medicare, HCWA, Better Start and NDIS) individual and group speech pathology programs for children and young people with a range of communication and social difficulties across the North-West Coast. Further, the Speech Pathologist will contribute to important research being conducted at the ASELCC on a number of topics including child and family outcomes, mainstream childcare readiness for early intervention, evidence-based practice and literacy skills in autistic children.   

For the right candidate, there may be the opportunity to develop competence in the area of autism diagnosis as part of a multi-disciplinary/interdisciplinary team and/or to deliver specialist assessments for alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) systems with support and oversight from the manager of StGiles’ Participate Assistive Technology Team.

The role will include some discipline specific responsibilities and some transdisciplinary early intervention and key worker tasks. Part-time or full-time position/s will be considered for the successful candidate.

We offer a highly supportive team environment, salary packaging and a high level of professional support and development.  On-site discipline specific support and access to clinical supervision and mentoring from members of StGiles’ state-wide speech pathology team.

You must be a member of Speech Pathology Australia, be able to obtain a Working With Vulnerable Persons check (child- related activity), National Police Check, pre-employment medical check and have a current driver licence.

To apply: applicants must address the selection criteria in the position description below.

All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Confidential enquiries to Kathryn Fordyce (General Manager) on (03) 6454 1222.

Applications close Friday, 14th June 2019 and should be forwarded to:

Human Resources,
St Giles Society Inc.,
PO Box 416, Launceston, TAS, 7250 OR email to amandabailey@stgiles.org.au.

Position Description