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Please see our current opportunities below. We look forward to hearing from you.

6 current opportunities

Speech Pathologist
Cannington ContractTemp
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Parttime Speech Pathologist - 0.8 FTE (negotiable) 

Join our team of dedicated,passionate allied health professionals and a team of four fabulous Speechies.

Your job will see you out andabout visiting our residents in their homes. You can complete the reporting and administration tasks at home or ouroffice.  Among the many other benefits ofjoining us, is that you’ll finish each day knowing you’ve made a difference inthe life of someone with disability.

The Senior Speech Pathologist willsupport you to assess and assist of people with disability.  You will help the individuals and supportworkers to manage symptoms of dysphagia and build communication competence.

Youwill collaborate with families, carers, and other therapists and team membersto support participants to achieve their goals and a good life.

Youwill also be supported to prescribe and implement appropriate assistivetechnology in accordance with National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). In addition,your role will also include providing training to support workers to developtheir skills in mealtime support and as communication partners.

What you need:

  • Tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology and a current practicing membership of Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Sound knowledge of contemporary approaches to assessment and intervention for mealtime management and communication issues for individuals with developmental and/or acquired disabilities.
  • Demonstrated well developed written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to underpin good working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders including clients, families, and carers.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage your workload, including the ability to problem solve, prioritise, handle multiple projects, and meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of an interdisciplinary team.
  • Awareness and understanding of the National Disability Service Standards.
  • Empathy and understanding of the needs and requirements of people with various disabilities and diverse backgrounds.

Other requirements;

  • A full Australian driver’s licence
  • A suitable, reliable vehicle
  • NDIS Workers Screen Clearance
  • Provide First Aid certificate (including CPR) with at least 6 months validity.
  • Must hold Australian citizenship or be a permanent resident of Australia.
  • Membership with SPA

Desirable:

  • Experience in/knowledge of delivering training programs to a range of audiences including non-clinical staff.
  • Experience in/knowledge of the prescription and implementation of low tech and high tech alternative and augmentative communication systems.
  • Experience working with people with complex communication needs.

What we give back:

Perks are called perks for areason! We value our employees and go above and beyond industry standard toensure their work fits with their lifestyle and needs. You can expect from us:

  • A salary range of $70-96k (depending on experience + $14,400 vehicle allowance
  • Three additional days of leave per year - on top of annual and personal leave - for you to do what you like!
  • Salary packaging of up to $15,900 for general living expenses and an additional $2,650 for entertainment benefits per annum
  • Regular clinical supervision and mentor support
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Professional Development Program
  • Laptop, mobile, and iPad for work purposes.
  • Uniform provided.

If you have any questions aboutthe recruitment process, please contact a People & Planning Officeron (08) 6253 4703.

Applicants are advised to writea cover letter outlining your skills and experience relevant to the selectioncriteria and provide a detailed curriculum vitae. Applications from currentSpeech Pathology students completing their final placements will be considered.

Applications close: Friday 12 July 2024. 

*Please be advised, we mayproceed with interviews prior to the closing date*

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    Physiotherapist – Nulsen Therapy – 12 month contract – Part time
    Cannington ContractTemp
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    Physiotherapist – Nulsen Therapy– 12 month contract – Part time. 

    Join an industry-leading community service provider, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people with disability.

    Enjoy a varied, interesting, and challenging caseload where you’ll be thinking on your toes, collaborating with team members to achieve the best outcomes for your clients and empowering people with disability to live their best life.

    It’s 2024, which means flexibility is a must! You’ll get the best of both worlds where you can work from home and the office, interspersed with getting out on the road to visit clients in their homes (24/7 supported living accommodation) and out in the community.

    Among the many other benefits of the role (which you’ll read below!), you’ll finish each day knowing you’ve made a difference in the life of someone with disability, which, in the end, is what the job’s all about.

    Reporting to the Senior Physiotherapist, some of your duties include:

    • Supporting participants to develop and achieve their physiotherapy related goals within their NDIS plans
    • Planning, implementing, and evaluating individual and group programmes, including hydrotherapy and land-based exercise programmes 
    • Manual Handling assessments and training
    • Recommending and application of appropriate assistive technology
    • Working collaboratively with a team of therapists to support people with disabilities from late teenage through to adulthood

    What you’ll need:

    • Tertiary qualifications in Physiotherapy.
    • Registration with the relevant Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    • A focus on exceeding, not just achieving, client goals
    • A commitment to delivering person-centred, high-quality services
    • An ability to develop positive relationships through empathy and effective communication, including with people from all backgrounds
    • An ongoing desire to improve and achieve professional growth 
    • A creative and inquisitive mind, with a willingness to try new things

    You will also need the following compliances:

    • Australian Drivers Licence and reliable vehicle.
    • NDIS Worker Screening Check
    • First Aid

    What is desirable:

    • 1 year experience as a physiotherapist; however new graduates are encouraged to apply. 
    • Some experience working with adults with disabilities within the context of the NDIS.

    What you’ll get:

    • A salary range of $70-96K (depending on experience) + $14.4K vehicle allowance and salary packaging of up to $18,550, pro-rata. 
    • A role where you can grow and develop professionally, without the pressure of building or managing an unrealistic caseload.
    • Work with an established and diverse, multidisciplinary team – bounce around ideas and benefit from experienced clinicians working with people of all ages and abilities. 
    • Clinical supervision provided by a Senior Physiotherapist and support from a well-established therapy team.
    • Three ‘Balance’ days per year pro rata/per annum on top of personal, carers and compassionate leave – for you to do what you like.
    • Excellent Professional Development opportunities facilitating ongoing learning both within and external to the organisation - $2,500 (pro-rata) budget available per therapist.
    • Flexible work arrangements, including the option to work from home. 
    • Uniform and IT assets - Laptop and phone provided.

    Are you nodding your head? Youmight just be the kind of Physiotherapist we need. Apply by submitting yourresume and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria “What you’ll need”.

    If you have questions about theposition, please call Senior Physiotherapist, Ashleigh Johnson on 0429683132.

    If you have any questions aboutthe recruitment process, please contact a member of the People &Culture Team on (08) 6253 4700

    Applications Close:  1stJuly 2024

    Please be advised we willproceed with interviews prior to the closing.

    Role commencement date: 8thJuly 2024.

    Please be advised we will proceed with interviews prior to the closing.


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    Nulsen Home - 1 x 76hr Rotating Line (Cannington)
    Crawford FP - Full-time Permanent
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    We are seeking experienced Support Workers to provide individualised support for residents with complex support needs (including complex behavioural support) within their home.

    Nulsen Home - 1 x 76hr Rotating Line (Cannington) - 4 fortnights 

    Rosters are set and applicants must be able to commit to all shifts. 

    About you 

    You are passionate about supporting people. You believe that every person deserves the opportunity to live their best life.  Although no two days are the same and some days can be more challenging, you are resilient and love what you do! You are resourceful and can use your own strengths and creativity to manage dynamic situations, whilst being able to build meaningful connections with the people that you support. 

    Could this person be you? We have Permanent positions available!

    For 70 years, Nulsen Disability Services is known to provide the highest quality services and support to people with complex disability in WA. We foster a culture of compassion, dignity, and empowerment for the people we support, and we live by our person-centred values day-in, day-out!

    You will be working within a multi-disciplinary team to facilitate the delivery of quality Supported Independent Living (SIL) services and support people to achieve positive outcomes...

    Our next induction will be held in July 2024. This is a full 1-week paid induction where you will be equipped with the best training and knowledge to be a Disability Support Worker at Nulsen.

    What you’ll bring to the role:

    • A minimum 1-years experience supporting individuals with complex support needs.
    • Exceptional communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively.
    • A strong understanding of positive behaviour support and active support. 
    • Flexibility, resilience, and the ability to use your initiative.
    • Have flexible availability to fit in with our current rosters (including morning, afternoon, weekend, night, split and/or short shifts).

    What you’ll need:

    • A full Australian Driver’s Licence.
    • Full work rights in Australia.
    • NDIS Workers Screen Clearance 
    • NDIS Workers Orientation Module 
    • Current First Aid Certificate (HLTAID011) including CPR with at least six months validity.

    Ready to Make a Difference? If you're ready to be part of a team that values your expertise and offers an excellent workplace experience, apply today!

    Please note to be successful for this intake round, you will be required to complete the full one week induction in July 2024. 

    If you require any further information about the recruitment process, please contact us at [email protected]

    Applications close: COB Friday 14 June 2024.

    *Please note - we will proceed with interviews prior to closing date. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted*

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    Administrative Officer - Parttime
    Cannington PP - Permanent Part Time
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    Administrative Officer - Part-time (0.6FTE) 

    We are looking for an enthusiastic Administrative Assistant to support and fulfil the administrative requirements across Nulsen Disability Services.

    About Us

    Nulsen Disability Services is one of Western Australia’s leading disability services providers, established in 1954. As well as supporting people with complex disability, we also provide a range of therapy and allied health services. 

    We exist to empower people to live their best life and we live our values every day. We’re respectful, compassionate, courageous, resilient, and collaborative. At Nulsen, we’re committed to providing outstanding services for people with complex disability. We’re accountable to the people we support, and we design our services to meet the needs of individuals. 

    Responsibilities:

    • Assists in a variety of administrative tasks to support the Manager, Accommodation Service and Residential Service Managers, to deliver services to the residents, their families, and key stakeholders.
    • Ensures information captured in Nulsen’s client management system is maintained and up-to-date.
    • Runs various reports using Nulsen’s client management systems, and provide detailed information to key stakeholders
    • Coordinate and attend meetings and assist with the completion of meeting minutes and agreed actions.
    • Ensures all administrative requirements in relation to Service User’s. Entry or Movements are completed in a timely manner and that all relevant databases are updated accordingly.
    • Ensure all Nulsen Disability Services visitors, callers, internal and external stakeholders receive a high level of customer service.
    • Works as part of the Administration team by providing reception relief and other administrative and support as required.

    Experience, Knowledge and Qualifications

    Essential:

    • Considerable experience and skills in the application of a range of software including, Microsoft Office, databases, and electronic records management systems.
    • Good interpersonal and communication skills, with a strong customer service orientation.
    • Accurate and efficient keyboard and data entry skills (min 60wpm).
    • Sound organisational skills with the ability to manage and prioritise own workload, demonstrate initiative and work under pressure to meet deadlines.
    • Experience in working as part of a small team in a service delivery environment.

    Desirable:

    • Experience with Client Management Systems (CMS), particularly, Lumary, and record management system, HPE Content Manager
    • Understands the WA Guardianship and Administration Act

    Other employment requirements:

    • Must hold Australian citizenship or be a permanent resident of Australia.
    • Proficient in the use of technology including email, the internet and Microsoft Office.
    • Current Australian driver’s licence.
    • NDIS Worker Screening Check.

    For more information about the role, please contact the People and Planning Team on (08) 6253 4700.

    Applications close 4pm Friday 21 June 2024

    Please note, applicants may be interviewed prior to closing date. 

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    Intake and Engagement Officer
    Cannington FullTime
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    About Us

    Nulsen Disability Services is one of Western Australia’s leading disability services providers, established in 1954. As well as supporting people with complex disability, we also provide a range of therapy and allied health services. 

    We exist to empower people to live their best life and we live our values every day. We’re respectful, compassionate, courageous, resilient, and collaborative. At Nulsen, we’re committed to providing outstanding services for people with complex disability. We’re accountable to the people we support, and we design our services to meet the needs of individuals. 

    The Role 
    The Intake and Engagement Officer will support Nulsen Disability Services with the onboarding of new residents including initial contact, development of service agreements andsubsequent service bookings to ensure we are able to claim efficiently.

    This role will be paramount in ensuringservices can commence in a timely manner following NDIS Plan approvals to makesure residents have access to required supports, which will contribute to theoverall quality of life for the person we are supporting.

    The position works closely with our Participant Engagement Coordinators and involves problem solving, client intake and administrative functions.  We are looking for someone who embodies the Nulsen values and is passionate about supporting people to live their best lives.

    Responsibilities:

    • First point of contact for Nulsen enquiries, including provision of information regarding Nulsen services and referral to appropriate service streams.
    • Engaging with current and prospective clients to assist with determining compatibility and ensure suitability for Nulsen Supported Independent Living (SIL) services and Therapy services. 
    • Together with management, plan and prepare for residents transitioning into SIL vacancies across SDA and non-SDA accommodation.
    • Development and modification of service agreements using Lumary software, in consultation with the Participant Engagement team. Administration of service bookings in NationalDisability Insurance Scheme's Portal (PRODA) and Nulsen's claims system.
    • Oversight of shared PED inbox and delegation to relevant team members. Provision of administrative support to PED team as required. Working collaboratively within a team environment and adding to a positive team culture. 
    • Ensures all verbal and written communication to internal and external stakeholders is delivered in a timely manner. Liaison with participants, families, and guardians to progress paperwork for commencement of services and follow up, as required.
    • Maintenance of client data bases and administrative duties required for new service user intake.
    • A willingness to work outside of work hours as required. 

      What you need:

      • A sound understanding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, Supported Independent Living and Specialist Disability Accommodation and a willingness to further develop knowledge and expertise in this area.
      • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including attention to detail, with the ability to develop meaningful connections with participants and their families, with the ability to liaise, consult and negotiate with a variety of individuals.
      • Ability to manage competing priorities and meet deadlines efficiently. 
      • High-level problem - solving skills and the ability to plan and strategise toward desired outcomes.  
      • Strong administrative and computer skills, including experience working with client and data management systems. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. 
      • Ability to work independently and as part of a team. 
      • Experience using Microsoft Office, Lumary, TRIM and/or PRODA would be advantageous. 

      Desirable 

      • At least 1 year experience within a similar role. 
      • Experience with Lumary, TRIM, PRODA preferred. 

      Other employment requirements:

      • Must hold Australian citizenship or be a permanent resident of Australia.
      • Proficient in the use of technology including email, the internet and Microsoft Office.
      • Current Australian driver’s licence.
      • NDIS Worker Screening Check.
      • Working with Children Check

      In our workplace, diversity and inclusion are key! We actively encourage applications from People with Disability, First Nations Peoples, LGBTIQA+ people, and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds. We understand that candidates often may not apply if they feel they do not meet all the criteria. If you are interested in the position, we strongly encourage your application and look forward to hearing about how you can add value and impact to our team.

      If you require further information about this role or the interview process, please contact a member of the People & Culture team on (08) 6253 4700.

      Applications close on Friday 28th June 2024. 

      Please be aware that we may proceed with interviews prior to this date.

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      Nulsen Home - 1x 40hr and 1 x 50hr line (Wilson)
      Gannaway PP - Permanent Part Time
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      We are seeking experienced Support Workers to provide individualised support for residents with complex support needs (including complex behavioural support) within their home.

      Nulsen Home - 1 x 50hr and 1 x 40hr line (Wilson)

      Rosters are set and applicants must be able to commit to all shifts. 

      About you 

      You are passionate about supporting people. You believe that every person deserves the opportunity to live their best life.  Although no two days are the same and some days can be more challenging, you are resilient and love what you do! You are resourceful and can use your own strengths and creativity to manage dynamic situations, whilst being able to build meaningful connections with the people that you support. 

      Could this person be you? We have Permanent positions available!

      For 70 years, Nulsen Disability Services is known to provide the highest quality services and support to people with complex disability in WA. We foster a culture of compassion, dignity, and empowerment for the people we support, and we live by our person-centred values day-in, day-out!

      You will be working within a multi-disciplinary team to facilitate the delivery of quality Supported Independent Living (SIL) services and support people to achieve positive outcomes...

      Our next induction will be held in July 2024. This is a full 1-week paid induction where you will be equipped with the best training and knowledge to be a Disability Support Worker at Nulsen.

      What you’ll bring to the role:

      • A minimum 1-years experience supporting individuals with complex support needs.
      • Exceptional communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively.
      • A strong understanding of positive behaviour support and active support. 
      • Flexibility, resilience, and the ability to use your initiative.
      • Have flexible availability to fit in with our current rosters (including morning, afternoon, weekend, night, split and/or short shifts).

      What you’ll need:

      • A full Australian Driver’s Licence.
      • Full work rights in Australia.
      • NDIS Workers Screen Clearance 
      • NDIS Workers Orientation Module 
      • Current First Aid Certificate (HLTAID011) including CPR with at least six months validity.

      Ready to Make a Difference? If you're ready to be part of a team that values your expertise and offers an excellent workplace experience, apply today!

      Please note to be successful for this intake round, you will be required to complete the full one week induction in July 2024. 

      If you require any further information about the recruitment process, please contact us at [email protected]

      Applications close: COB Friday 21 June 2024.

      *Please note - we will proceed with interviews prior to closing date. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted*

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