Rehabilitation Case Manager
Support and Operations
APS Level 6 – Ongoing
Salary: $80,081 – $90,924 pa
As a member of the Human Resources Section, the Rehabilitation Case Manager (RCM) is responsible for providing a range of services to employees for both compensable and non-compensable injuries and/or illnesses. They will primarily perform the functions, and exercise the powers, of that role for the Department in accordance with sections 36 and 37 of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988.
The role is responsible for identifying and providing early intervention services where applicable, arranging rehabilitation assessments, determining rehabilitation programs including monitoring and engaging stakeholders in the Return to Work (RTW) process, dealing with matters of non-compliance, and referring to the relevant authority for requests for reconsideration.
How to apply:
- Download and complete the Application cover sheet [Word].
- Complete a statement of claims addressing your suitability for the position, with emphasis on recent work examples and their relevance to the key activities and responsibilities of this position, and in line with the APS Work Level Standards for this position – please ensure that you check the Work Level Standard appropriate to the actual classification of this position. This statement should be a maximum of three pages.
- Forward the Application Cover Sheet, statement of claims, a current Curriculum Vitae and the contact details for two referees (one of whom should be your current or most recent supervisor), via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing Date: Tuesday 5pm (AEST) 24 July 2018.
Contact Officer: Andrew Groom – (03) 6232 3259 or email email@example.com
Note: Applications will not be acknowledged. Engagement may be subject to conditions including probation, qualifications and security/character clearance requirements. Applications from persons who are not Australian citizens will usually only be considered where there are no suitable Australian applicants.
A relocation allowance may be payable where the successful candidate is required to relocate to Southern Tasmania.
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