MAX Solutions is committed to improving the lives of others. Providing employment, health, training and humanitarian services in more than 250 locations around Australia, MAX Solutions invests strongly in the development of our people. We foster strong relationships between staff, clients and the community and are driven to make a difference.
MAX Solutions seeks to increase our team of Assessors who perform Ongoing Support Assessments (OSAs) and Supported Wage System (SWS) Assessments for people with disability in employment after having been awarded new work for the federal government Department of Social Services. We require suitably qualified, experienced and skilled people in multiple locations across the country.
OSAs are used to determine the appropriate level of ongoing support that a participant (employee living with disability), in a program with a Disability Employment Service (DES) provider, needs to maintain their employment. The purpose for a SWS Assessment is to provide a method for a reliable and independent, work productivity assessment which determines the actual productivity rate of a person with disability working in the open labour market.
This is a casual role. An assessment and the accompanying report may be completed in as little as 2 hours depending on the circumstances. There may be work as often as several days per week or once every few weeks, depending on your availability and the availability of assessments in your area.
Comprehensive training and accreditation in the assessment tools will be provided, as well as an induction and ongoing professional engagement.
General Registration Psychologist OR Occupational Therapist OR Physiotherapist OR Medical Practitioner OR Registered Nurse with current AHPRA registration,
OR Exercise Physiologist eligible for ESSA accreditation,
OR Rehabilitation Counsellor with current ASORC or RCAA membership,
OR qualified Social Worker eligible for full membership with the AASW,
OR current approved Assessor on the National Panel of Assessors (NPA)*
*approved during the current 2010 – 2018 NPA Deed of Standing Offer who will be recognised by the Department of Social Services
OR a minimum of a Diploma level qualification of relevance to this role
Suitable candidates will also be required to demonstrate an understanding of duty of care and professional ethics, employment assistance options available to people with disability seeking employment, and an understanding of relevant work health and safety, industrial relations and anti-discrimination legislation.