Life at Laura Fergusson Brain Injury Trust
Laura Fergusson Brain Injury Trust employs approximately 200 people in a wide variety of roles. Our team consists of Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Neuropsychologists, Clinical Psychologists, Speech and Language Therapists, Social Workers, Support Workers, Rehabilitation Assistants, Rehabilitation Coaches, Chefs, Food Assistants, Administrators, Cleaners and various leadership and management roles.
Fixed Term full time 80 hours per fortnight covering parental leave from March 2021 to December 2021
Are you interested in working for an organisation that is driven to help its clients achieve independence, inclusion and quality of life after a brain injury? We have an exciting opportunity for an Allied Health Key Worker to join our Rehabilitation team within our Living My Life service in Bishopdale, Christchurch.
About the role
You will meet a range of rehabilitation requirements for clients with multiple impairments and disabilities; develop client centred, individualised Living My Life programmes which are outcome focused with short- and long-term goals. You will actively participate in the interdisciplinary team, supervise Rehabilitation Coaches, facilitate group activities, and engage with external professionals and others in order to achieve client goals.
What we offer
- The opportunity to further develop your role within a rehabilitation setting
- Flexible working conditions
- A friendly team-focussed work environment
- Ongoing professional development and training
- Gym membership at corporate rates
- On-site parking.
- Have a relevant allied health qualification and experience working within the appropriate area of speciality.
- Able to coach effectively
- Able to manage conflict and facilitate resolution thereof
- Is able to motivate others
- Demonstrable Leadership and Management competency
- Understands the contractual requirements and delivery and has a clear understanding of and ability to deliver to the regulatory framework and legal environment in which we work.
- Demonstrable knowledge of HR policy and legislation as it relates to their role.
We are an independent, charitable organisation driven to help our clients achieve independence, inclusion and quality of life after a brain injury. Through a full continuum of assessment, rehabilitation and support services, delivered when and where they're needed, our highly skilled interdisciplinary team work with our clients and their families/whanau to develop individualised strategies that equip them to find new pathways through life.
If you are interested in this opportunity we would love to hear from you.
For more information about this role please contact:
Eleanor Jackson, Living My Life Service Manager, e-mail: Eleanor.firstname.lastname@example.org
For a copy of the position description and/or to apply for this role, go to: http://lftcant.recruitmenthub.... & enter ref code: 5338934
Applications close 27January 2021
If you are looking to enhance your career in an organisation committed to ensuring an engaged, supported and positive workforce, we encourage you to find out more about us!
- A work environment that focuses on:
Clients, their families and whānau
Friendly and professional staff
- An interdisciplinary team of clinicians who are experts in their field
- Strong leadership
- Continuous quality improvement
- A commitment to diversity and inclusion
- Comprehensive induction and orientation programmes
- Professional development opportunities including in-service training, webinars, conferences, forums and seminars
- Competitive remuneration
- Work/life balance through flexible working arrangements
- A focus on wellbeing with a wellness programme that includes gym membership at corporate rates
We recognise that stress, grief and personal issues can have a significant serious effect on work performance and can lead to unsafe work practices. To support our team to work through any issues they may have, we offer an employee assistance programme (EAP) as part of our Health and Safety Strategy.
We are strongly inclusive and embrace diversity resulting in a rich culture that wraps around our values:
We are respectful
We are inclusive
We do it right
We achieve by supporting each other to share knowledge, collaborate and learn together in a friendly safe environment.
Are you interested in being part of our team?
If you are a Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech and Language Therapists, Clinical Psychologist, Neuropsychologist, or a Registered Nurse, with expertise in brain injury, we would love to hear from you. Send us an expression of interest including a cover letter and your CV by clicking below.Contact us