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Contact Thalita at 0450 346 151 or thalitacahyani@pagepersonnel.com.auClient DetailsWe are working with a large Federal Government agency seeking a Rehabilitation Advisor to fill in an APS 6 position. An ongoing or non-ongoing opportunity.DescriptionAs an APS 6 Rehabilitation Advisor, you will be responsible for:arranging and coordinating complex rehabilitation and return to work strategies for ill and injured employees establishing a rehabilitation need and potential for return to work engaging and managing internal and external stakeholders including a rehabilitation provider to deliver return to work services coordinating early interventions, such as fitness for duty and invalidity assessments assisting and guiding staff through the Comcare claims process coordinating the development and ongoing monitoring of rehabilitation and return to work plans influencing the progress of a return to work plan assisting to source and negotiate job placements for injured employees, both internal and external to the department providing high level advice on reconsiderations or AAT appeals identifying and referring cases containing people/policy issues to the relevant teams for action coordinating case closure and providing post return to work support preparing high level correspondence collecting, monitoring and providing reports on a range of indicators (e.g. claims and provider costs, early intervention, and case management outcomes) develop and implement business improvement strategies providing training, specialist advice and support to employees and managers on rehabilitation related policies and procedures, including interpretation and implementation of policy managing filed documents/correspondence and maintaining work area in accordance with agency and legislative requirements representing the team, work area and/or the department at internal and external forums Daily and Weekly ResponsibilitiesDevelop and release job postings on various platforms, such as social media and job boardsUtilise knowledge of multiple recruiting sources and execute innovative recruiting strategies to find quality candidates and prospect for new businessScreen resumes and prospects, qualify, interview, and manage candidates throughout the interview process from interview preparations to assisting with final offer negotiationFollow up on interview process status and update records in internal databaseProfileKnowledge and experience Demonstrated complex case management and/or injury management experience. A well-developed knowledge of the Commonwealth Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation (SRC) Act 1988 and Comcare Guidelines for Rehabilitation Authorities including how these are applied in the Comcare claims management process or the ability to quickly gain an understanding of relevant legislation. An ability to establish rapport, develop strong professional relationships and work closely with the Commonwealth regulator, Comcare. An understanding of contemporary case management practices and how they can be applied to drive outcomes. Skills and capabilitiesAn Australian Citizenship is requiredHold or ability to maintain a Baseline Security ClearancePrevious experience in working within a federal government agency is preferred, A high level of communication and interpersonal skills, with the capacity to negotiate with and influence internal and external stakeholders. Well-developed organisation and time management skills, with the ability to manage work in the context of competing priorities. Sound judgement and problem solving skills to deal with complex and often sensitive matters Ability to investigate, interpret and evaluate information for the guidance of staff Initiative and the ability to work independently and collaboratively to achieve business objectives. Job OfferYou will be rewarded withFlexible working arrangementsAn inclusive environment where diversity and inclusion are celebratedExcellent open working environments to encourage a collaborative workforce with an opportunity of progression with the growing teamOngoing or non-ongoing opportunities