Early Years Specialist

QLD - Brisbane / Greater Brisbane Permanent / Full Time

Gavin, having earned a Bachelor's degree in Applied Social Studies, has over six years of experience in various sectors including mental health, disabilities, and out of out-of-home care, where he managed multiple programs.His extensive background has equipped him with a deep understanding of what each sector seeks in a candidate.Gavin is dedicated to placing individuals in roles that best suit their unique needs and strengths, ensuring a tailored fit for both the candidate and the organisation.

Recruiter :
Gavin Carroll

Gavin Carroll
  • Great professional development and training.
  • Hybrid work arrangements.
  • Excellent work culture.
About the Position:
We are actively seeking a highly skilled and motivated Early Years Specialist. This pivotal role encompasses delivering strengths-based early childhood supports, aligning with PITC program guidelines and National Guidelines for Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention. 

Key Responsibilities:
  1. Strengths-Based Support: Implement strategies per program guidelines for personalized, responsive, and flexible services.
  2. Assessment and Planning: Utilize functional assessments and developmental screeners, collaborating with families to develop tailored plans.
  3. Capacity Building: Foster knowledge, skills, and confidence in families, carers, and professionals to support children in acquiring new skills.
  4. Inclusion Facilitation: Actively connect and facilitate the inclusion of children in community and mainstream settings.
  5. Record Keeping: Accurately document conversations, developmental information, goals, and outcomes in the NDIA business system following the NDIS Performance Management Framework.
  6. NDIS Plan Assistance: Assist families in applying for and implementing funded NDIS plans where applicable.
  7. Provide strengths-based early childhood supports in line with program guidelines and National Guidelines for Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention.
  8. Lead early intervention playgroups, evidence-based parent education programs, and develop parent resources.
Qualifications and Skills:

Degree in a field of Allied Health/Social Work or Teaching 

  • Time Management: Exceptional ability to manage time, prioritize workload, and meet deadlines and KPIs.
  • Communication: High-level verbal and written communication, interpersonal, and negotiation skills.
  • Relationship Building: Ability to build rapport and develop respectful relationships with families and children.
  • Intervention Planning: Capability to plan group and individual interventions for children with disability or developmental delay.
  • Emotional Intelligence: Demonstrate emotional intelligence, personal resilience, and tenacity.
  • NDIS Onboarding: NDIS onboarding documents cleared before commencement.

Referral reward:

Healthcare & Medicine > Healthcare & Medicine Other

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