There are currently multiple vacancies at Brain Injury SA. Apply online today.
Lead Occupational Therapist
Title: Discipline Lead – Occupational Therapy
Employment Type: Full Time (Part Time negotiable)
Working as part of an interdisciplinary management team of Allied Health professionals, this position offers the opportunity to grow your leadership skills within the Brain Injury SA team of Occupational Therapists, whilst utilising your clinical skills and capacity for innovation in driving Occupational Therapy (OT) service development.
Based in our Central Rewire Hub facilitating good collaboration with other leadership roles, this role will require some time spent in other service hubs, providing guidance and support to OT staff and management of OT operations.
- Leadership of a team of Occupational Therapists including facilitation of professional development, implementation of research, and policy development
- OT Service quality and development including opportunities for innovation to meet the needs of the brain injury community
- Direct service delivery to defined levels of practice, with a particular emphasis on special interests and complexity
- Teamwork and stakeholder liaison both internally as part of the management team and with external stakeholders as required
Employment Type: Part Time / Full Time – hours negotiable
As a Counsellor, you will provide counselling services to individuals with acquired brain injury (ABI) and their families. There will also be opportunities to run group sessions if this is of interest to you.
You could be primarily based at either of our three hub locations: Central – Adelaide CBD, Southern – Noarlunga Centre, or Northern – Elizabeth.
The position does require some flexibility to work across multiple locations, with an agreed main base at any time.
- The delivery of counselling services to individuals and groups
- Maintaining high level service standards and currency of practice in supporting people with ABI and their families
- Developing therapy interventions to address unmet needs
Title: Senior Speech Pathologist
Employment Type: Full Time / Part Time
Working as part of multidisciplinary team focussed on the needs of participants with acquired brain injury, the Senior Speech Pathologist is responsible for the provision and management of specialised, high quality Speech Pathology services delivered within Brain Injury SA.
- Managing and evaluating best practice
- Maintaining high level clinical standards in supervision of staff and students
- Implementing innovative clinical practices
Title: Senior Physiotherapist
Employment Type: Full Time / Part Time
Working as part of multidisciplinary team focussed on the needs of participants with acquired brain injury, the Senior Physiotherapist in our Central Rewire Hub is responsible for the provision and management of specialised, high quality Physiotherapy services for our participants with brain injury. This particular site has close collaboration with Flinders University in the training of Allied Health students whose work is integrated into the team and service provision.
- Collaboration with the discipline lead, Physiotherapy on the delivery of high quality physiotherapy services as part of an interdisciplinary approach to assist service users achieve their goals.
- Maintaining high level clinical standards in supervision of students
- Implementing innovative clinical practices and contributing to the development of physiotherapy services within Brain Injury SA (BISA).
Why Work at Brain Injury SA (BISA)?
As a Peak Body and a Service Provider, Brain Injury SA works with and for the acquired brain injury (ABI) community to:
- Empower people to determine and work towards their goals
- Provide tailored and accessible therapy services to maximise quality of life
- Assist in addressing barriers and issues arising from living with disabilities
- Support families and carers
- Advocate for and work to deliver increased community and government awareness, inclusion and assistance for people living with ABI
- Continuously improve the value and quality of services through research, evaluation, and development
Empathy – we work humbly alongside our participants with appreciation of their viewpoint and their ownership of their lives
Respect – we listen to understand, give value to the choices of participants and create dignity in the provision and receipt of assistance
Empowerment – we engage our participants in addressing the needs they define, encouraging, supporting and growing their confidence to drive the changes they seek
Accountability – we are committed to creating trust in our service provision through honesty, transparency and inclusion in decision making and integrity in our practices
Drive – to be innovative and work efficiently, striving for continuous improvement with positive impact for our participants with a quest to continuously improve our services
Collaboration – we recognise that working together and with others achieves more than working alone
At BISA we pride ourselves on:
- Being a values driven organisation with a genuine commitment to assisting people with brain injury
- The value we place on our employees and their wellbeing
- Competitive salary arrangements that reward your skills and experience
- Providing flexibility to accommodate life/work balance
- Supporting our staff to grow their knowledge and be empowered to do their job well
- Feeling connected as a staff team through our shared purpose
- Enjoying what we do and having fun within a supportive and collaborative work culture
As an Employee at BISA you can enjoy:
- A workplace that supports your development as a professional and values your contribution
- Full administration support
- Regular internal training as an interdisciplinary team and within your discipline
- Financial assistance to develop your areas of interest through personally tailored professional development
- Professional supervision to support you in your role and develop your career goals