Want to join the team?

ORS’ purpose is to provide “services that work” because everything we do should be evidence-based, focused on achieving customer goals, high quality, effective, and efficient.

As a result of our continued growth, we need talented, outcome-focused, driven and compassionate people who take pride in their job providing services that work.  We are also looking for senior and graduate allied health professionals – Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Exercise Physiologists, Physiotherapists, Behaviour Support Practitioners and Speech Pathologists with their registration, or soon to obtain their registration for a number of roles across NSW, WA, ACT and VIC. Not all of our positions are advertised on SEEK, so please express your interest by sending your resume through to careers@orsgroup.com.au or click on the express my interest button under the role so you do not miss out on an opportunity today.

Roles we have available across ACT, NSW, VIC and WA:

Behaviour Support Practitioner

The Role:

  • Expert consultation and provision of positive behavioural support services to people with a disability and their service providers/families, in line with an individual’s NDIS plan and goals.
  • The development of exceptionally well written positive behaviour support plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions, which can include at times the use of restrictive practices.
  • Providing services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces, telehealth and/or ORS offices
  • You will be responsible for the assessment, planning, monitoring and review of client outcomes including the training of the individual with a disability, their support staff and family members.
  • Liaising with other service providers to achieve positive client outcomes and repeat referrals

Requirements of the role:

  • NDIS Registered Behaviour Practitioner or able to obtain
  • Positive Behaviour Support experience (desirable)
  • Skilled and experienced in writing high-quality reports
  • Understanding of restrictive practices and writing interim and comprehensive reports under current NDIS guidelines

Occupational Therapist – Assessments

The Role:

  • Completing high-quality NDIS assessments and intervention services including:

-Assistive technology

-Home modifications

-Functional daily living

-Supported Independent Living

-Sensory assessments

-Functional capacity building and therapeutic interventions

  • Developing exceptionally well-written reports and intervention plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions
  • Providing services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces, telehealth and/or ORS offices
  • Entering all information, notes, time spent and documents are entered daily into ORS’ online case management database

Requirements of the role:

  • Occupational Therapy degree and full AHPRA registration (required)
  • strong experience in assistive technology prescription and/or home modifications highly (desirable)
  • Clinical experience (desirable)
  • NDIS experience (desirable)

Occupational Therapist/Exercise Physiologist/Physiotherapist – Workplace Rehabilitation

The Role:

  • Managing a caseload of workplace rehabilitation files and coordinating services to ensure that they achieve their return to work goals.
  • Completing high-quality assessment and services such as Initial Assessments, Workplace Assessments, Ergonomic Assessment etc.
  • Developing exceptionally well-written reports and management plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions.
  • Providing services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces and/or ORS offices
  • Entering all information, notes, time spent and documents are entered daily into ORS’ online case management database.

Requirements of the role:

  • Occupational Therapist, Exercise Physiologist and/or Physiotherapist degree and full AHPRA/ESSA registration (required)
  • Workplace Rehabilitation experience (desirable)
  • Clinical experience (desirable)

Psychologist – Counselling, Assessments or Behaviour Support

The Role:

  • Conducting comprehensive psychological and related assessments and interventions under the NDIS or other avenues via our telehealth and face to face services
  • Delivering counselling services to clients
  • Expert consultation and provision of positive behavioural support services to people with a disability and their service providers/families, in line with an individual’s NDIS plan and goals.
  • The development of positive behaviour support plans which can include at times the use of restrictive practices.
  • You will be responsible for the assessment, planning, monitoring and review of client outcomes including the training of the individual with a disability, their support staff and family members.
  • Liaising with other service providers to achieve positive client outcomes and receive repeat referrals

Requirements of the role:

  • Registration with a relevant professional body (AHPRA) (required)
  • Skilled and experienced in writing high-quality reports
  • Experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum disorder and Intellectual Disability and other complex diagnoses (desirable)
  • Counselling experience using CBT, DBT, person-centred and trauma-informed approaches (desirable)
  • Experience using a wide variety of Psychological/Behaviour assessments (desirable)

Psychologist or Rehabilitation Counsellor – Workplace Rehabilitation

The Role:

  • Managing a caseload of workplace rehabilitation files and coordinating services to ensure that they achieve their return to work goals.
  • Completing high-quality assessment and services such as Initial Assessments, Vocational Assessments etc
  • Developing exceptionally well-written reports and management plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions.
  • Providing services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces and/or ORS offices
  • Entering all information, notes, time spent and documents are entered daily into ORS’ online case management database.

Requirements of the role:

  • Rehabilitation Counsellor or Psychology degree and full ASORC/AHPRA registration
  • Workplace Rehabilitation Experience (desirable)

Speech Pathologist

The Role:

  • Completing high-quality NDIS assessments and intervention services (including speech, language, dysphagia, AAC, aphasia, and fluency).
  • Working with individuals aged 7 years to adult in a person-centred approach to build capacity and achieve NDIS goals.
  • Providing services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces and/or ORS offices.
  • Managing a busy caseload including maintaining documentation and communication to the team.
  • Entering all information, notes, time spent and documents are entered daily into ORS’ online case management database.

Requirements of the role:

  • Speech Pathology degree
  • Hold or be eligible for membership with Speech Pathology Australia
  • Clinical Experience (desirable)
  • NDIS Experience (desirable)

Team Leaders or Managers

 The role:

  • Assist team with day to day service delivery guidance, answering questions and managing any urgent issues/complaints
  • Deliver any specific training, induction and supervision required
  • Complete monthly team meetings (in collaboration with the services manager) to provide updates on changes, results, training and anything else required to improve performance and morale
  • Complete quality reviews and guidance to employees in other divisions who share the same discipline
  • Participate in recruitment processes as requested by your Manager
  • Participate in or coordinate performance management processes in consultation with the service area manager

 Requirements of the role:

  • Allied Health degree and AHPRA registration
  • Experience in a leadership role
  • Experience in Behaviour Support, Therapy, Psychology or Workplace Rehabilitation

 

Benefits & Culture

We want you to be proud and have meaning in the work you do, which is why we focus on providing quality services that improve lives and make a difference in every interaction. We look for people who;

  • Care about providing exceptional customer service
  • Passionate about helping people to achieve their goals
  • Communicate effectively and appropriately
  • Meet daily and weekly billable targets
  • Take pride in the work and focus on excellent quality

 

In return, we love rewarding and recognising staff by providing;

  • Career growth and opportunities
  • Extensive induction program, ongoing internal and external training
  • Massages, fruit and anniversary days off as part of our engagement program
  • Funding for professional development or supervision
  • Monthly rewards, competitions and annual staff events
  • Quarterly bonuses for exceeding individual/team targets
  • Avenues to share good news stories, best practice ideas and experience
  • Variety in work, with services across different industries (e.g. NDIS, Aged Care, Insurance, Rehabilitation and Health)
  • Opportunities to engage in research
  • Flexible working conditions

The ORS Group is a multicultural, diverse, supportive and flexible employer, specifically encouraging applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, working parents, LGBQTIA+ and people with disabilities for positions within our company. 

All of our positions require applicants to have a current National Police Clearance and Working With Children Check or willingness to obtain one prior to commencement. Use of your personal vehicle and maintaining drivers licence is required for the role.

If you believe you have the necessary skills, motivation and qualifications to be successful in one of our roles, we would love to hear from you.

Send your Resume and Covering Letter to careers@orsgroup.com.au

Due to our diverse experience and ongoing training and development, we are happy to accept applications from recent graduates or students requiring supervision.

We look forward to welcoming you to the team!

We are a growing organisation and prefer to promote talented people from within, providing plenty of opportunities for ongoing development and career progression.

We are passionate about ensuring our employees are the best at what they do and we provide an extensive induction program, ongoing internal and external training, and fund professional development opportunities where they are relevant to the role and what we do.

We fund Provisional Psychologist supervision costs up to $6000 per year and subsidise continuous professional development across other disciplines.

We have an exciting and developing health and wellness program.

Achieve generous quarterly bonuses for exceeding individual/team targets.

We encourage people to have fun at work and celebrate achievements through Friday nibbles, best practice days and end of year parties, to name a few!

We reward our highest performers each month and constantly share best practice examples and good news stories.

We provide flexible working conditions such as part time employment, work from home and flexible hours.

We have a strong and positive reputation within our industries, so you can work for a provider that you can be proud of.

We work across a range of different industries/services (e.g. NDIS, Aged Care, Workplace Rehabilitation and Health, EAP) that provides staff with opportunities for performing a variety of work tasks.

We believe in the need for evaluating our programs/services and engaging in research to benefit the sectors and client groups we work with.

95% of ORS’ employees said that they were satisfied or highly satisfied working with ORS in the 2019 staff satisfaction survey

A typical work week would include:

  • Effectively managing a caseload of allocated clients ensuring that all have consent of service, regular contact with all parties and actions defined. Completing reports and assessments within timeframes, scheduling and attending appointments and closing cases within a timely manner.
  • Updating confidential client files and records using our online case management system, noting emails, phone calls, face to face contact and progress as a result of interventions.
  • Completing excellent quality reports and plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions.
  • Use evidence based resources or discussing strategies with our experienced team to develop and manage client centred programs directed towards achieving meaningful outcomes.
  • Preparing for and attending regular case conferencing and management reviews to help you perform.
  • Providing and coordinating effective skill training interventions to a variety of different populations including children and adults (verbal and non-verbal) for example in toileting, sleep, ADL activities and life skills.
  • Developing strong relationships and promoting services with referrers/employers by providing exceptional customer service and seeking feedback to achieve repeat referrals and preferred provider agreements, and
  • Enjoying your work, your colleagues and knowing you are providing valuable services that work!