What happens after my phone interview?

At the end of the interview you will be notified whether or not we think you are appropriate to work as an allied health assistant.

If the answer is yes, you’ll be invited to finalise verification. This involves:

  • Submitting identification documents (to allow us to complete a 100 point identification check)
    • Passport or other primary identification document
    • Drivers licence or other ID document
    • Visa (if required)
  • Adding your financial details (so we can pay you)
    • Bank accounts and BSB
    • Superannuation details
    • Tax file number declaration
  • Submit your completed orientation modules
    • NDIS worker’s orientation Module: Quality, safety and you
    • Fora OH&S module
  • Read and sign your employment Agreements
    • Agree to be checked against the Disability Workers Exclusion List
    • Agree to the Fora terms and conditions

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