October 8, 2020

We would like to introduce Susan Wainwright, our Recruitment Specialist in New South Wales. Susan is key to building our team with dedicated and likeminded therapist who align with the our organisations why and values.

We asked her to share with us why Everyday Independence is a great place to work, what qualities she looks for in potential team members and what opportunities are currently available.

Why is Everyday Independence a great place to work?

From my first interview, I knew Everyday Independence was going to be a wonderful organisation to join. There are so many great things about working at Everyday Independence it’s hard to stop at one, my top three would be feeling welcomed and valued, the team culture and the outstanding support.

The first minute I stepped into the hub I felt welcomed, included and a part of the team. For an organisation of this size, the team culture is amazing and inclusive of everyone, with competitions and events happening all the time. The support is outstanding for all staff, I feel like no matter the question and no matter the position they have, they will do whatever they can to help you. I also found the induction and training was extremely thorough and has really set me up for success in my role.

Everyday Independence really invests in their teams and want to see their therapists grow and progress in their career. This means we have many opportunities for team members to take their career in any direction they choose, from leadership to specialising in a particular area.

What do you look for in new Everyday Independence team members?

First and foremost, Everyday Independence is looking for candidates whose values align with our own. You also must have a passion for working with people to reach their goals, are resilient and thrive working in a team environment.

As a new graduate you will receive a lot of support and mentoring so if you have a positive, motivated attitude to learn we would love the opportunity to speak with you about your future employment goals.

What roles are you currently recruiting for in NSW?

We currently have many rewarding opportunities available across all hubs in New South Wales. We have a range of roles on offer for all disciplines Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists for all career stages. We are now looking for new team members for our November intake.

Susan is presenting at the Western Sydney Online Careers Event on 27th October at 6pm, come along to meet her and some of our other Sydney based team members.