We work with people with disability of all ages to provide services and supports that meet their goals, empowering them to live their best life. As a registered NDIS provider, we provide Specialist Clinical Services across NSW and ACT.
About your new role
You will support people with a disability meet their nutritional needs in a community and home setting to enhance their quality of life and incorporate any specialised requirements that their physical or individual circumstances require, in a nutritionally sound manner to suit them and their circumstances.
In line with NDIS funding, you will assess, plan, monitor and review nutritional outcomes to ensure the individual’s needs are meet. You will be encouraged to provide creative solutions to assist people to live their best life and contribute to dietetics best practice with The Benevolent Society.
You will be part of a multidisciplinary team based in Broadmeadow including Case Managers, Psychologists, Behavioural Support Specialists, Speech Pathologists, OT’s, Physiotherapist and other Dietitians.
Terms: Part time role based in Broadmeadow.
Some of the reasons people enjoy working with The Benevolent Society
- We set you up for success with a buddy, structured orientation, mobile tools & clinical supervision
- We use technology to connect our team across geographies
- We celebrate the best live moments; the small acts that make a difference within our teams and with our clients
- Salary packaging, pool cars and discount program available
What you need to succeed?
As a member of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) you will have:
- Experience supporting people with developmental disabilities or complex physical and medical needs
- Ability to appropriately respond to the needs of people of all abilities, from diverse communities and backgrounds
- Calm, patient nature and excellent communication skills; sensitive to needs of the audience
- Use a person centric approach and maintain a positive mindset in light of disability sector reform
- Ideally an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD)
- Ability to manage nutrition assessment for people with complex physical disabilities in their circumstances at the time and apply intervention and evaluation/monitoring to meet their need
- The ability to think in current evidence based practice and apply in innovative ways to enable the clients to achieve their potential for other life activities of their choosing
Are you ready to shape your next chapter? Apply below today!
Call Faz on 0401 675 408 to discuss the role in more detail.
We welcome diversity in all its forms; applications from underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged. We value relationships with our local Aboriginal community and welcome applications from its members.
We see ability not disability, if you identify as a person with a different ability please get in contact.
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check or similar (where relevant to the role).