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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 no other healthcare consultancy can match our record of successful projects completed. Our portfolio includes engagements of major national importance, including evaluation and review, research and analysis, and outsourced program administration.

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 employment opportunities:


NDIS Planning Support Facilitators

AHA is recruiting experienced health and disability professionals to review and develop plans for NDIS participants. If you are an Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist, health or disability professional that has had experience working with individuals with a disability – READ ON!

The Role

On behalf of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), AHA is recruiting experienced health and disability professionals to review and develop plans for NDIS participants. This important role is key to the ongoing implementation of the NDIS in Victoria.

The roles are full-time and part-time contract positionsbased in Melbourne CBD, commencing immediately and concluding in 2018.

You will:

  • Review participants’ current plan, taking into consideration present and future supports required for participants to achieve their goals and experience positive long-term outcomes
  • Liaise with health and other support providers as required
  • Complete a critical assessment of all practitioner recommendations
  • Advise participants and/or carers of the review outcomes. This may involve managing difficult and challenge conversations
  • Record interactions using an online database and ensure high-quality record keeping.

Selection Criteria

You must have:

  • Experience working with people with a disability
  • Ability to assess an individual’s disability support needs
  • Highly effective interpersonal skills including experience managing conflict
  • Report writing skills and strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to critically evaluate clinical justifications and reports
  • Ability to work autonomously in a fast-paced team environment
  • Ability to adapt quickly to a changing environment
  • Strong computer skills, including experience using an online database to record notes
  • Current Working with Children Check and willingness to undertake a Police Check
  • Relevant qualifications in human services, disability or allied health e.g. Psych, OT, ST, Rehabilitation etc.

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of the State-Wide Equipment Program (SWEP)
  • Knowledge of the NDIS

In return, AHA offers excellent remuneration (up to $45 per hour dependent on skills and experience), flexible work hours, training and a genuinely positive and supportive work environment. You will be well supported by a team leader, project manager and a multidisciplinary team of professionals, with regular team meetings and training on the job.

If you would like to be involved in the NDIS during this exciting time, AHA is the place for you.

Application Details

To apply, please email Rita Portelli, HR Manager, at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au with:

  1. Cover letter. This must address each of the above selection criteria and be no more than 2 pages long, and
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Applications must have a cover letter to be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Due to conflict of interest guidelines, employees of NDIS registered providers cannot apply.

Agency applications will not be considered.

If you have any questions, please call Rita Portelli or Alex Allan on (03) 9663 1950.


Data Analyst/Consultant

We’re looking for a full-time data and statistical analyst/consultant to join our team.  You will work with and support senior consultants and directors by providing:

  • Data management, statistical analysis, interpretation and reporting, of quantitative and qualitative data
  • Project administration and support, including assisting with the day-to-day operation and development of the firm.

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

You will benefit from our experience, expertise and resources and will find our approach to be refreshingly straightforward and supportive.  Our current program of expansion is well on-track and you could play a key role.  An attractive salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant, commensurate with qualifications and experience.

About You

  • You have a strong experience in data management, statistical analysis and reporting, in health or social research
  • You have sound written and oral communication skills
  • You have meticulous attention to detail
  • You’re a ‘go getter’ who rolls up their sleeves to get things done and learns quickly along the way
  • You have the ability to work across multiple, complex projects as part of a team – no job is too big or too small.

Selection Criteria

  1. Strong data modelling and management skills, including statistical analysis, interpretation and reporting.  Advanced Excel skills required, SPSS or similar would be highly regarded
  2. Graphical data presentation experience, infographic-type skills would be highly regarded
  3. Written and verbal communication skills, including writing for different audiences
  4. Excellent project and self-management skills
  5. Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team, taking ownership of your work
  6. Background in public health, community or aged care or other aspect of health and social research.

To Apply

If you have the required attitude, skills and experience, we’re keen to meet you!  Please email employment@ahaconsulting.com.au

Applications must include:

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

If you wish to discuss this position confidentially, please contact Tracey Marriner, Associate Director, on (03) 9663 1950.

Only Australian citizens or permanent residents will be considered for this role.

Agency applications will not be considered.


Other opportunities

We’re always looking for smart, talented people to join our team. If you’d like to be a part of the AHA team and contribute to our success, forward your CV and a letter of introduction to the HR Manager at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au.

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 no other healthcare consultancy can match our record of successful projects completed. Our portfolio includes engagements of major national importance, including evaluation and review, research and analysis, and outsourced program administration.

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 employment opportunities:


NDIS Planning Support Facilitators

AHA is recruiting experienced health and disability professionals to review and develop plans for NDIS participants. If you are an Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist, health or disability professional that has had experience working with individuals with a disability – READ ON!

The Role

On behalf of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), AHA is recruiting experienced health and disability professionals to review and develop plans for NDIS participants. This important role is key to the ongoing implementation of the NDIS in Victoria.

The roles are full-time and part-time contract positionsbased in Melbourne CBD, commencing immediately and concluding in 2018.

You will:

  • Review participants’ current plan, taking into consideration present and future supports required for participants to achieve their goals and experience positive long-term outcomes
  • Liaise with health and other support providers as required
  • Complete a critical assessment of all practitioner recommendations
  • Advise participants and/or carers of the review outcomes. This may involve managing difficult and challenge conversations
  • Record interactions using an online database and ensure high-quality record keeping.

Selection Criteria

You must have:

  • Experience working with people with a disability
  • Ability to assess an individual’s disability support needs
  • Highly effective interpersonal skills including experience managing conflict
  • Report writing skills and strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to critically evaluate clinical justifications and reports
  • Ability to work autonomously in a fast-paced team environment
  • Ability to adapt quickly to a changing environment
  • Strong computer skills, including experience using an online database to record notes
  • Current Working with Children Check and willingness to undertake a Police Check
  • Relevant qualifications in human services, disability or allied health e.g. Psych, OT, ST, Rehabilitation etc.

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of the State-Wide Equipment Program (SWEP)
  • Knowledge of the NDIS

In return, AHA offers excellent remuneration (up to $45 per hour dependent on skills and experience), flexible work hours, training and a genuinely positive and supportive work environment. You will be well supported by a team leader, project manager and a multidisciplinary team of professionals, with regular team meetings and training on the job.

If you would like to be involved in the NDIS during this exciting time, AHA is the place for you.

Application Details

To apply, please email Rita Portelli, HR Manager, at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au with:

  1. Cover letter. This must address each of the above selection criteria and be no more than 2 pages long, and
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Applications must have a cover letter to be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Due to conflict of interest guidelines, employees of NDIS registered providers cannot apply.

Agency applications will not be considered.

If you have any questions, please call Rita Portelli or Alex Allan on (03) 9663 1950.


Data Analyst/Consultant

We’re looking for a full-time data and statistical analyst/consultant to join our team.  You will work with and support senior consultants and directors by providing:

  • Data management, statistical analysis, interpretation and reporting, of quantitative and qualitative data
  • Project administration and support, including assisting with the day-to-day operation and development of the firm.

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

You will benefit from our experience, expertise and resources and will find our approach to be refreshingly straightforward and supportive.  Our current program of expansion is well on-track and you could play a key role.  An attractive salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant, commensurate with qualifications and experience.

About You

  • You have a strong experience in data management, statistical analysis and reporting, in health or social research
  • You have sound written and oral communication skills
  • You have meticulous attention to detail
  • You’re a ‘go getter’ who rolls up their sleeves to get things done and learns quickly along the way
  • You have the ability to work across multiple, complex projects as part of a team – no job is too big or too small.

Selection Criteria

  1. Strong data modelling and management skills, including statistical analysis, interpretation and reporting.  Advanced Excel skills required, SPSS or similar would be highly regarded
  2. Graphical data presentation experience, infographic-type skills would be highly regarded
  3. Written and verbal communication skills, including writing for different audiences
  4. Excellent project and self-management skills
  5. Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team, taking ownership of your work
  6. Background in public health, community or aged care or other aspect of health and social research.

To Apply

If you have the required attitude, skills and experience, we’re keen to meet you!  Please email employment@ahaconsulting.com.au

Applications must include:

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

If you wish to discuss this position confidentially, please contact Tracey Marriner, Associate Director, on (03) 9663 1950.

Only Australian citizens or permanent residents will be considered for this role.

Agency applications will not be considered.


Other opportunities

We’re always looking for smart, talented people to join our team. If you’d like to be a part of the AHA team and contribute to our success, forward your CV and a letter of introduction to the HR Manager at employment@ahaconsulting.com.au.

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