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Working at AHA

AHA is Australia’s largest health and human services consulting firm. Our offices are in Melbourne’s CBD and we regularly travel around Australia to consult with stakeholders.

We are commercially ambitious and have grown rapidly over recent years by successfully partnering with Commonwealth and state governments, with whom we enjoy a special professional relationship. We’re nimble, smart and trusted to provide innovative support and advice – helping to improve services and reduce costs.

We work to the highest industry standards and our diverse range of projects is continually expanding. No other healthcare consultancy can match our record of successfully completed projects.

AHA is a great place to work, offering:

  • Above-average income and career progression
  • Energetic, innovative and collaborative team culture
  • Opportunity to demonstrate your individual strengths via varied and challenging work.

Current opportunities:

Don’t see a suitable opportunity? We’re always looking for smart, talented people. If you’d like to join our team, please send your CV and a letter of introduction to the HR Manager at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au.


Facilitator – Inclusive Education Reform Functional Needs Assessment Project

  • Are you a Developmental Psychologist, Speech Pathologist or Special Ed Teacher?
  • Have you worked with children with disabilities in mainstream or specialist schools?
  • Are you a great facilitator and want to be involved in inclusive education reform?

AHA is seeking motivated professionals to visit government schools to facilitate and gather information for this important pilot project.

About the role

The role is central to the delivery of a major project in relation to inclusive education reform that AHA is undertaking on behalf of the Victorian Department of Education and Training.

You will visit government schools and facilitate student support group (SSG) meetings. Your role is to guide the group discussion and gather information regarding students’ strengths, aspirations, educational needs and adjustments made in the school environment. The SSG will usually comprise the principal, teacher and parent/carer/guardian. Information gathered during the meeting will be entered into a data collection tool and reported to the Department.

We have roles in the South-West region and South-East region of Victoria as well as greater Melbourne.

You will be engaged as a casual employee until the end of November 2018 and will receive excellent remuneration, training and ongoing support. The role would suit candidates who are available to work 4-5 days per week and available to start immediately.

Essential requirements:

  • Qualifications as an education/developmental psychologist or speech pathologist or special education teacher
  • Understanding of a range of disabilities and additional needs that school-age children may experience
  • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to guide and influence group discussion
  • Experience working in a school environment
  • Excellent attention to detail combined with an ability to work under pressure and rapidly read, review and assess information
  • Ability to write concise and accurate reports
  • Ability to attend training and team meetings at AHA’s Melbourne CBD offices as required
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills. 

Desirable attributes:

  • Familiarity with the Program for Students with Disabilities.

Application:

If you wish to be considered to join our team, please send:

  1. Covering letter, detailing your experience against each of the essential requirements and
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV), of no more than three pages

to Rita Portelli, HR Manager at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au

Only Australian Residents need apply.

For more information, please call 03 9663 1950.

Applications close on Friday 17 August 2018. 

AHA offers an energetic, innovative and collaborative team culture and the opportunity to demonstrate your strengths via varied and challenging work.

Working at AHA

AHA is Australia’s largest health and human services consulting firm. Our offices are in Melbourne’s CBD and we regularly travel around Australia to consult with stakeholders.

We are commercially ambitious and have grown rapidly over recent years by successfully partnering with Commonwealth and state governments, with whom we enjoy a special professional relationship. We’re nimble, smart and trusted to provide innovative support and advice – helping to improve services and reduce costs.

We work to the highest industry standards and our diverse range of projects is continually expanding. No other healthcare consultancy can match our record of successfully completed projects.

AHA is a great place to work, offering:

  • Above-average income and career progression
  • Energetic, innovative and collaborative team culture
  • Opportunity to demonstrate your individual strengths via varied and challenging work.

Current opportunities:

Don’t see a suitable opportunity? We’re always looking for smart, talented people. If you’d like to join our team, please send your CV and a letter of introduction to the HR Manager at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au.


Facilitator – Inclusive Education Reform Functional Needs Assessment Project

  • Are you a Developmental Psychologist, Speech Pathologist or Special Ed Teacher?
  • Have you worked with children with disabilities in mainstream or specialist schools?
  • Are you a great facilitator and want to be involved in inclusive education reform?

AHA is seeking motivated professionals to visit government schools to facilitate and gather information for this important pilot project.

About the role

The role is central to the delivery of a major project in relation to inclusive education reform that AHA is undertaking on behalf of the Victorian Department of Education and Training.

You will visit government schools and facilitate student support group (SSG) meetings. Your role is to guide the group discussion and gather information regarding students’ strengths, aspirations, educational needs and adjustments made in the school environment. The SSG will usually comprise the principal, teacher and parent/carer/guardian. Information gathered during the meeting will be entered into a data collection tool and reported to the Department.

We have roles in the South-West region and South-East region of Victoria as well as greater Melbourne.

You will be engaged as a casual employee until the end of November 2018 and will receive excellent remuneration, training and ongoing support. The role would suit candidates who are available to work 4-5 days per week and available to start immediately.

Essential requirements:

  • Qualifications as an education/developmental psychologist or speech pathologist or special education teacher
  • Understanding of a range of disabilities and additional needs that school-age children may experience
  • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to guide and influence group discussion
  • Experience working in a school environment
  • Excellent attention to detail combined with an ability to work under pressure and rapidly read, review and assess information
  • Ability to write concise and accurate reports
  • Ability to attend training and team meetings at AHA’s Melbourne CBD offices as required
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills. 

Desirable attributes:

  • Familiarity with the Program for Students with Disabilities.

Application:

If you wish to be considered to join our team, please send:

  1. Covering letter, detailing your experience against each of the essential requirements and
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV), of no more than three pages

to Rita Portelli, HR Manager at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au

Only Australian Residents need apply.

For more information, please call 03 9663 1950.

Applications close on Friday 17 August 2018. 

AHA offers an energetic, innovative and collaborative team culture and the opportunity to demonstrate your strengths via varied and challenging work.