The Benevolent Society
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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The Benevolent Society Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Therapy

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Salaries

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Occupational Therapist
$86,934 per year
Speech Pathologist
$89,590 per year
Support Practitioner
$80,182 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 30 reviews and is evolving.

3.8320174.3320182.2520193.4020202.502021

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Reviews

Payroll Administrator in AU
on 10 March 2021
Enjoyable
I worked here on reception and then in payroll. Whilst there were problems within the organisation and with some staff in particular, overall it was an enjoyable place to work. I wouldn't say it was the best place I have worked, nor the worst. People on the whole were friendly and competent. However, my specific department, Payroll, was quite frustrating with some incompetent staff with limited people skills. I definitely outgrew my role and was pleased to leave, although I hold no negative feelings and theoretically I would work there again.
Accounts Officer in Glebe NSW
on 18 March 2021
Management is terrible
The management is horrible and makes decision in their favour only. they might kick you out whenever they want. So think twice before accepting their offer.
PHYSIOTHERAPIST in Liverpool NSW
on 22 November 2020
widespread community travel
Community and clinic based NDIS provider of services, there was limited clinicians at times and you were expected to travel to another office and treat patients giving a high number of clients and limited time to follow up or alter appointments if clients are unwell or have other appointments etc. Billing is paramount and they like to even Bill for short 5 minute phone calls or emails. I was asked to travel as far as Bondi, Bowral, Goulburn to see clients and was still expected to meet the requirements for billings despite spending hours driving that could not be billed.
Human Resources Business Partner in Liverpool NSW
on 2 June 2020
Excellent company
Best not for profit. Good people, locations, flexibility, salary - apply as they are worth it. I had 6 great years there before I moved on to another role.
Kindergarten Teacher in Acacia Ridge QLD
on 21 May 2020
Friendly and rewarding employment.
Friendly, supportive and ethical. Values, philosophy and workplace culture align. Fast faced environment suits flexible and positive attitudes. Approachable management, co-operative and democratic. Working for the benefit of others and for social justice goals is rewarding. Making a difference for people in their lives.
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