The following roles are currently available in our
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Job title NPA Assessor
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LocationAlbany, WA
Job title NPA Assessor
TypeContractor
LocationSale, VIC
Job title NPA Assessor
TypeContractor
LocationMorwell, VIC
Job title NPA Assessor
TypeContractor
LocationRockhampton City, QLD
Job title NPA Assessor
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LocationAldinga Beach, SA
Job title NPA Assessor
TypeContractor
LocationDublin, SA
Job title NPA Assessor
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LocationSalisbury, SA
Job title NPA Assessor
TypeContractor
LocationGoolwa, SA
Job title NPA Assessor
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LocationBallina, NSW
Job title NPA Assessor
TypeContractor
LocationBallina, NSW

About our roles

Disability Assessor

As Disability Assessor you will conduct Ongoing Support Assessments, Supported Wage Scheme, assessments and Workplace Modification Scheme assessments. This role is well suited for people seeking occasional or part-time work, a graduated return to the workforce, or for contractors looking to supplement an existing business. It is expected that applicants will be degree qualified health professionals with a minimum of 2 years practical experience within the disability sector.

Home Support Assessor

Home Support Assessors conduct face to face assessments of elderly people within their home to establish eligibility to receive services under the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP).  As part of the My Aged care program, Home Support Assessors utilise a standardised national assessment form and work with the client to develop an individualised support plan focused on supporting independence, wellness and reablement. The assessor may also refer clients to available funded CHSP providers or to a comprehensive assessment for clients with higher needs.

Home Support Assessors will have, at a minimum, a Certificate III in Community Services (or similar) and/or Aged Care experience as a carer, assessor or case manager.  
 

Client Services Officer

Client Service Officers operate within the APM Service Centre and are responsible for supporting our teams in the field by processing electronic referrals, contacting clients, taking calls from clients and assessors and scheduling assessments. Client Service Officers must have a genuine desire to enable better lives and deliver excellent customer service.  Experience in a call centre environment is essential.
 

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