Wheelchair and Seating Assessor

Get visa sponsorship in Nelson Central, Tasman as Wheelchair and Seating Assessor. Please note that you will have to make your own enquiries with the employer directly.
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Find your ideal work/life balance with competitive salary; join our team in sunny Nelson for a rewarding career and benefits like 5 weeks annual leave and lifestyle discounts.

Job title
Wheelchair and Seating Assessor
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Nelson Central, Tasman
Healthcare & Medical
Full time


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Discover a work/life balance tailored to you. Competitive market salary.

What sets us apart:

If you want to make a difference in people’s lives, ABC is the place you can do it. Here you’ll join a team united by a common purpose to do what they can every single day to make a lasting impact on our clients and communities.

The location:

This role is based in our Nelson office, surrounded by picturesque landscapes from golden beaches to untouched forests! Immerse yourself in all that Nelson has to offer and join this charming & welcoming community.

Come join our passionate and supportive team in sunny Nelson!

What we offer:

To enable you and your clients to thrive, you will be provided with all the tools and professional development you need, such as:

- Ongoing learning and development, with financial support available to pursue further studies.
- Opportunities to upskill and work in different areas of clinical work (Concussion & Pain Management).
- A genuine commitment to flexibility and trust to take ownership of your day.
- The opportunity for career progression at ABC or another of our partner brands globally.

Day to day responsibilities:

- Deliver quality assessments and rehabilitation to a range of clients.
- Work in a multidisciplinary team to provide service excellence.
- Monitor and support client progress and goals.
- Develop reports and work alongside a variety of stakeholders.

Your Perks & Rewards:

- 5 weeks annual leave.
- Car for work and full personal use (for roles working over 30 hours/week).
- Support from national clinical and cultural panels, focus groups and special interest groups.
- Generous Parental Leave.
- Health and Wellness - Discounted gym membership.
- Lifestyle Discounts - Generous discounts at 400+ New Zealand & Australian retailers.
- Free access to tools & resources on a wide variety of topics, such as family planning and returning to work.

Your background:

- Relevant qualifications, professional registration, and a valid practicing certificate.
- Current full NZ driver’s licence.
- Minimum of 2 years clinical experience preferred.

Applications from overseas candidates are welcome – we are an Accredited Employer, so reach out for more information.

Our mission is to create positive change and enable better lives. Our whakataukī, He waka eke noa – We’re all in this together. Our values underpin our work – integrity, customer focus, respect, empathy, achievement, teamwork, and enthusiasm. Our Tikanga Māori values of Manaakitanga, Kotahitangi, Wairuatangai, Whānaungatanga, and Rangatiratanga guide us to deliver culturally responsive and mana-enhancing services.

At ABC, we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and cultures including indigenous peoples, the LGBTQI+ community, and people with a disability.

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