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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 complete 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.

 


IT Support Officer

We’re looking for a full time IT Support Officer to join our small but expanding IT team. The team provides technical support, troubleshooting, system and device management, and application development. As part of the team, you’ll:

  • Troubleshoot level 1 & 2 support of hardware and software
  • Administer and manage IT systems and users
  • Design, develop and maintain applications specifically for individual projects.

You’ll be part of a close-knit team of professionals working with and supporting senior consultants and directors across a diverse range of projects. You’ll gain hands-on experience and will quickly have the opportunity to demonstrate your skills and abilities.

An attractive salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant, commensurate with qualifications and experience.

About you

You’re a recent graduate focused on Information Technology or an early career IT professional.

You have a strong interest in networking, security, version control, maintenance and management of IT assets. You’re proficient in the entire Microsoft Office suite of programs.

You also have skills in application and web development, ideally in HTML, JavaScript and C#.

You’re a ‘go-getter’ who rolls up their sleeves to get things done and learns quickly along the way – no job is too big or too small. You’re customer service focussed, with great communication and relationship skills. You take ownership and are accountable for outcomes.

Selection Criteria

  1. Ability to troubleshoot and resolve issues related to pc hardware and software, Microsoft Office, printers and other end-user computing equipment
  2. Customer service focussed, with great communication and relationship skills
  3. Programming experience in HTML, JavaScript, C# (desirable)
  4. Creative and effective problem-solving skills
  5. Ability to work as part of a team and autonomously, taking responsibility for and ownership of your work.

If you have the required skills and approach, then we’re keen to meet you.

To Apply

Please email your application to employment@ahaconsulting.com.au

Your application must provide:

  1. Cover letter addressing each of the five selection criteria
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV).

If you wish to discuss this position in confidence, please contact Will Currie or Brad Andrews on (03) 9663 1950.

Only Australian citizens or permanent residents will be considered for this role. Agency applications will not be considered.

 


NDIS Data Collection Officer

On behalf of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), AHA’s large team of data collectors will work with National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants to collect information that will help the NDIA measure the impact of the NDIS on its participants.

The role involves:

  • Calling people with a disability who are registered with the NDIS (and/or a carer/family member) to collect accurate data about how different aspects of their lives are going
  • Working a rotating roster of 4 or 5 days per week across a range of hours (9 am–8 pm Monday to Friday and 9 am–5 pm Saturday; some flexibility around rostering is possible).

We are seeking candidates with availability to work 30–37.5 hours per week for a 9-week contract from Monday, 2 July.

This is not a typical call centre role. The focus is on speaking to NDIS participants and families/carers with empathy and patience; it is not about efficiency and KPIs.

We’re looking for people with the attitude and aptitude to adapt their skills to this important role.

Selection Criteria

You are:

  • A people person, a great listener with the ability to talk and listen to people from all walks of life with empathy and compassion
  • Thorough and have proven attention to detail
  • Organised and able to manage your own time effectively
  • Responsible and accountable.

Highly desirable:

  • Experience engaging with people with a disability
  • Previous experience in conducting social or market research, or other data collection.

In return, AHA offers excellent remuneration (up to $35.00 per hour), comprehensive training and a positive and supportive work environment.

All candidates will be required to undergo a Police Check, Working with Vulnerable People Check, Working with Children Check and a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme Check prior to starting.

To apply

Email Rita Portelli, HR Manager, at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au and include:

  1. Cover letter: Introducing yourself and explaining how/when you achieved each of the above selection criteria (max 1 page)
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Applications without an appropriate cover letter will not be considered. Applications will be assessed as soon as they are received until all positions are filled.

If you have any queries about the role please call Rita Portelli, HR Manager or Katie Cooper, Project Manager on (03) 9663 1950.

Only people with the right to work in Australia will be considered. Agency applications will not be considered.

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 complete 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.

 


IT Support Officer

We’re looking for a full time IT Support Officer to join our small but expanding IT team. The team provides technical support, troubleshooting, system and device management, and application development. As part of the team, you’ll:

  • Troubleshoot level 1 & 2 support of hardware and software
  • Administer and manage IT systems and users
  • Design, develop and maintain applications specifically for individual projects.

You’ll be part of a close-knit team of professionals working with and supporting senior consultants and directors across a diverse range of projects. You’ll gain hands-on experience and will quickly have the opportunity to demonstrate your skills and abilities.

An attractive salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant, commensurate with qualifications and experience.

About you

You’re a recent graduate focused on Information Technology or an early career IT professional.

You have a strong interest in networking, security, version control, maintenance and management of IT assets. You’re proficient in the entire Microsoft Office suite of programs.

You also have skills in application and web development, ideally in HTML, JavaScript and C#.

You’re a ‘go-getter’ who rolls up their sleeves to get things done and learns quickly along the way – no job is too big or too small. You’re customer service focussed, with great communication and relationship skills. You take ownership and are accountable for outcomes.

Selection Criteria

  1. Ability to troubleshoot and resolve issues related to pc hardware and software, Microsoft Office, printers and other end-user computing equipment
  2. Customer service focussed, with great communication and relationship skills
  3. Programming experience in HTML, JavaScript, C# (desirable)
  4. Creative and effective problem-solving skills
  5. Ability to work as part of a team and autonomously, taking responsibility for and ownership of your work.

If you have the required skills and approach, then we’re keen to meet you.

To Apply

Please email your application to employment@ahaconsulting.com.au

Your application must provide:

  1. Cover letter addressing each of the five selection criteria
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV).

If you wish to discuss this position in confidence, please contact Will Currie or Brad Andrews on (03) 9663 1950.

Only Australian citizens or permanent residents will be considered for this role. Agency applications will not be considered.

 


NDIS Data Collection Officer

On behalf of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), AHA’s large team of data collectors will work with National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants to collect information that will help the NDIA measure the impact of the NDIS on its participants.

The role involves:

  • Calling people with a disability who are registered with the NDIS (and/or a carer/family member) to collect accurate data about how different aspects of their lives are going
  • Working a rotating roster of 4 or 5 days per week across a range of hours (9 am–8 pm Monday to Friday and 9 am–5 pm Saturday; some flexibility around rostering is possible).

We are seeking candidates with availability to work 30–37.5 hours per week for a 9-week contract from Monday, 2 July.

This is not a typical call centre role. The focus is on speaking to NDIS participants and families/carers with empathy and patience; it is not about efficiency and KPIs.

We’re looking for people with the attitude and aptitude to adapt their skills to this important role.

Selection Criteria

You are:

  • A people person, a great listener with the ability to talk and listen to people from all walks of life with empathy and compassion
  • Thorough and have proven attention to detail
  • Organised and able to manage your own time effectively
  • Responsible and accountable.

Highly desirable:

  • Experience engaging with people with a disability
  • Previous experience in conducting social or market research, or other data collection.

In return, AHA offers excellent remuneration (up to $35.00 per hour), comprehensive training and a positive and supportive work environment.

All candidates will be required to undergo a Police Check, Working with Vulnerable People Check, Working with Children Check and a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme Check prior to starting.

To apply

Email Rita Portelli, HR Manager, at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au and include:

  1. Cover letter: Introducing yourself and explaining how/when you achieved each of the above selection criteria (max 1 page)
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Applications without an appropriate cover letter will not be considered. Applications will be assessed as soon as they are received until all positions are filled.

If you have any queries about the role please call Rita Portelli, HR Manager or Katie Cooper, Project Manager on (03) 9663 1950.

Only people with the right to work in Australia will be considered. Agency applications will not be considered.

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