Senior Clinical Manager

Location: Sydney
Area: South West & M5 Corridor
Worktype: Full Time
Salary: $100,000 - $110,000 per annum

Our Client, a leading disability support services provider, is currently seeking a highly experienced Senior Clinical Manager to lead and manage their Allied Health and Support Coordination teams. As the Senior Clinical Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing the implementation and management of Behaviour Support, Allied Health services, and Support Coordination.
One of the key areas of focus will be the management of the Allied Health team, largely specialising in Behaviour Support. Therefore, it is essential that the successful candidate has a solid understanding and practical experience in managing allied health professionals with a focus on behaviour support.
This role will involve;

  • Lead and supervise a team of allied health professionals, specialising in behaviour support and therapy.
  • Develop and implement behaviour support plans in collaboration with the team for optimal client outcomes.
  • Ensure compliance with relevant legislation, policies, and standards, including NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission and the NDIS.
  • Build and maintain positive relationships with clients, families, carers, and stakeholders.
  • Manage NDIS intake, transition, and establishment of new participants across various services.
  • Manage program finances, assist with budget development, and review monthly expenditure.
The requirements for this role include;
  • Demonstrated experience in frontline management with a specialization in behaviour support
  • Tertiary qualifications in an allied health discipline such as Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, or a relevant field
  • Advanced Practitioner Suitability as per NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission PBS framework
  • Sound knowledge of the NDIS and the disability sector, including legislative and regulatory framework
  • Proven ability to manage budgets and resources effectively
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills, with the ability to inspire and motivate a team
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build and maintain positive relationships with clients, families, and other stakeholders.
Additional Information 
  • A number of probity checks are required including holding a current working with children and undertaking a National police checks.
This critical leadership role requires an individual with a passion for driving excellence, innovation, and commitment to supporting individuals with disabilities, including mental health, behaviours of concern and other complex needs.
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Date Posted: 19/03/2023 04:11 PM

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