JOBS

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All Sites
Fixed Term Part Time
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
An exciting opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and highly experienced G2 Physiotherapist to join our HIP Community Rehabilitation Services Team. This is a large interdisciplinary team of allied health professionals based at both Royal Talbot and the Repat sites providing therapy to clients in the home, centre and in the community.
The work required will involve physiotherapy assessment and treatment of clients to optimize or maintain their functional capacity in the home and in the community. The workload is likely to include individual and group programs, treating clients with a wide variety of health conditions.
To be successful in this role you must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience as a physiotherapist with demonstrated ability to work autonomously and within an interdisciplinary team.
Experience in the area of adult rehabilitation including aged care, neurological and musculoskeletal will be highly regarded.
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, and employee assistance program.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and if required, a Working with Children Check.
Austin Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.
Enquiries: Janine Craig
Ph: *****24 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 03/02/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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$80,000 salary guide  Central Sydney location - close to all transport  Strong company backing with future growth plans
The Company:
Well-known large Life Insurer in the Australian market Forward thinking approach with strong financial backing and growth plans Excellent training and induction programs Focus on internal promotion to foster career development
The Position:
As a Life Claims Assessor you will be:
Managing and assessing a portfolio of claims Day to day Liaison with doctors, rehabilitation providers and advisers Initiating claims investigations Requesting medical and financial information
About You:
Currently you may be working as a Rehabilitation Consultant within a Rehab provider or in-house for a Workers Compensation of Life Insurance company, however, you must be able to demonstrate the following skills and experience: 
Degree qualified in an Allied Health field; Experience managing a case load of workers compensation, CTP or life insurance related claims; Experience dealing with return to work (RTW).
Most importantly, an interest in pursuing a career in the Life Insurance field.
How to Apply:
If you feel you meet the above criteria for this role, please submit your resume via the 'Apply Now' link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, call Hannah Stretton on *****74. + click to reveal
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Various locations throughout Sydney  Manage your own time - achieve a work/life balance Sponsorship opportunities available for international students studying in Australia
The Company
Offices throughout Sydney - work close to home Manageable case loads Attractive salaries Bonus structures built around quality, not quantity Supportive leadership team
The Position
As a Rehabilitation Consultant, you will be responsible for managing the following:
A case load of Workers Compensation cases as a result of a physical injury; Achieving Return to Work (RTW) outcomes; Liaising with the insurers, with the injured workers and with medical professionals; Facilitating return to work goals. 
About You:
Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy  Industry registration 12 months + industry experience    Full driving license 
Experience in Occupational Rehabilitation is desirable, but not essential as full training will be provided. Graduates with a genuine interest in Occupational Rehabilitation are welcome to apply!  
How to Apply 
For immediate consideration, submit your resume via the 'Apply Now' link below and feel free to send a video cover letter. Alternatively for more information, contact Hannah Stevenson on *****86. + click to reveal
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Hands up if you love kids, love to play, are passionate about learning and want to be the best possible paediatric OT you can!
MoveAbout Therapy Services is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Occupational Therapist to work in a family-centred practice at our Berkeley Vale location, 'Sense Ability'.
We love what we do and are looking for someone who wants to join a great team, learn, grow, play and change the lives of kids and their families. 
About MoveAbout Therapy Services & Sense Ability
Multi-disciplinary practice with a play-based and relationship-based approach Innovative, fun and exciting treatment approaches incorporating the DIR/ Floortime model and Sensory Processing theory State of the art treatment facilities with slides, swings, a ballpit and all the best toys to make therapy fun and meaningful Highly credentialed and supportive professional team Mentoring with leaders in Australia & the US, including: Sheila Frick, creator of Therapeutic Listening; Beth Osten, DIR/Floortime presenter and faculty member of Profectum and ICDL; Tracy Stackhouse, creator of the STEPSI model and presenter of Wilbarger Therapressure Protocol Providers for NDIS, FaHCSIA, NGOs, Medicare and private clients Speech therapist onsite
About the role
Full-time paediatric occupational therapy position with a great team in a pleasant environment which provides great support and mentoring to staff for their individual growth and development.
Opportunities abound with state of the art equipment and resources, you can be a super hero and battle baddies as you get paid to play and make a huge difference in the lives of children and their families!
About the lucky candidate
Passionate about working with children and their families Interest in working with young children with delays or disabilities, including children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder incorporating a strengths-based, family centred approach to early intervention and family services University qualifications in Occupational Therapy Personal drive to learn and grow Professional registration with AHPRA as an Occupational Therapist An understanding of, and skills related to, Occupational Therapy when using play-based early childhood intervention strategies and assessment Ability to appropriately plan, monitor and report  Membership of Occupational Therapy Australia Eligibility to provide services under the Mental Health Care Plan is preferable but not a requirement
To see how amazing and fun our team is, check out our Facebook pages at www.facebook.com/MoveAboutTherapy and www.facebook.com/Sense-Ability-Paediatric-Occupational-Therapy-*****69 + click to reveal
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All Sites
Fixed Term Full Time
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
 
We seek an enthusiastic and committed Physiotherapist Grade 1 to join our Physiotherapy team.
This position is available for a currently registered Grade 1 Physiotherapist and is a fixed term appointment commencing early April 2018 and ceasing end of September 2018

Areas of work may include in/outpatient acute, aged care/rehabilitation and home based care, ICU, spinal cord injury and rehabilitation. The many experienced staff provide individual support and learning opportunities to complement the extensive in-service education programme.
Rostered weekend and public holiday work as required.
Applicants must be eligible for unrestricted registration as a physiotherapist in Australia on commencement.
 
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, and employee assistance program.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and if required, a Working With Children Check.
Austin Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve.  Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.
Enquiries: Susan Fry
Ph: *****70 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 26/01/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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REPS Movement Job Application
Exercise Physiologist role in a clinic-based environment treating a variety of conditions, with the potential for mobile appointments.
REPS Movement is owned and run by qualified and experienced Exercise Physiologists. Our aim is to provide clients with a wide range of exercise services and ongoing contact with qualified Exercise Physiologists to ensure their health, wellness and rehabilitation goals are achieved.
About the role
REPS Movement is expanding in 2018! We are seeking an enthusiastic Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) with a passion for helping clients improve their mobility, fitness and rehabilitation goals.
We have a unique position available to become part of a growing team treating a wide variety of conditions in our fully equipped rehabilitation centres. The role will suit confident AEP's who have the ability to treat patients unsupervised and work autonomously.
A casual position is available with flexible hours to be located at primarily the Canning Vale branch All necessary training will be provided in house and support given for continuing education.

Essential Requirements:
Tertiary qualification in Exercise Physiology Accreditation with ESSA as an AEP Medicare provider number Hold current Senior First Aid and CPR certificate Excellent interpersonal skills (written and verbal) Sound computer literacy Ability to work both autonomously and within a team environment A current police clearance certificate
Desirable Requirements:
Previous exercise rehabilitation experience An enthusiastic approach to developing our client base Motor Vehicle and Workers Compensation exercise rehabilitation experience
 Remuneration
Remuneration and any related incentives will be based on skill set and experience. There are great career opportunities for the right candidate.

Interested applicants should Apply via Seek with their CV and Covering letter, addressed to Murray Richards by 31 January 2018
*****@repsmovement.com.au + click to reveal
 
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About the company
WorkFocus Australia is part of the Work Health Group of associated companies, a major privately-owned business in the employment services sector and providing support to people with injury, illness, disability or mental health condition.. As part of the Work Health Group you will be joining a market leader with over 900 health, employment and support services professionals across 80 locations in Australia.
Due to our continued success we are currently looking for Graduate Occupational Therapists, EP's or Physios in Orange to cover the referrals and grow business in the area.
About the role
As an Rehabilitation Consultant reporting to the Business Unit Manager, your key responsibilities will include:
Undertaking worksite, functional, ergonomic, equipment and home assessments, Identifying Return To Work barriers and, Designing implementing and monitoring those programs that assist injured employees return to the workforce as required. Travel to city based offices when required
To be successful in the role you will have:
Qualifications & registration in Occupational Therapy, Exercise Physiology or Physiotherapy Current Vehicle and Drivers Licence and ability to travel for work An understanding of workers compensation, rehabilitation and occupational health and safety legislation ideal; Proven written and verbal communication skills to confidently liaise with insurers, medical practitioners, employers and employees; Evidence of accurate information gathering and analysis in order to provide thorough and comprehensive assessments; Ability to consistently provide high level customer service and grow business by way of increased referrals; and Proven organisation and time management skills.
Benefits & culture
At the Work Health Group we value our employees and every person who joins the team will be presented with opportunities for a long career with the group.
Most of our Business Managers were once Graduates!
Benefits of WorkFocus Australia:
Career and Professional Development and On the Job Support; Opportunities to work in over 80 locations in Australia Flexible working Arrangements - manage your own time Incentive programs to reward you for your hard work
'WorkFocus Australia promotes a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value the contributions of all people and encourages people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply'.
To Apply:
Click on the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button or please contact Chris Galvin to have a confidential discussion about the role on *****00. + click to reveal If you do not have an updated resume you can add me me on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-galvin-3113b770/
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Help older adults stay independent and living in their own home longer!
Are you an energetic and motivated physiotherapist looking to join an innovative mobile physiotherapy company based on Sydney's Northern Beaches and North Shore?... who also likes Thai food.......
 
About you
You are a fun, personable and enthusiastic physiotherapist who is looking for a new and exciting challenge. You have initiative and enjoy being part of a team.
Maybe you are just starting out? Or Maybe you just aren't fulfilled with your private practice, aged care facility or hospital career? We have a better opportunity waiting for you!
Here's what's possible……
You will be the latest member of our close-knit physiotherapy team. You will be visiting clients predominantly in their own home, delivering in-home balance and strength programs to help maintain their independence at home and in the community. You will receive comprehensive onboarding training with regular ongoing mentorship. 
But this is just the start! You will be also be actively involved in helping innovate and develop our unique service so that we can achieve our goal of helping our clients live at home longer. We are a growing and evolving company that is looking for someone who is motivated and excited to get involved in helping us change people's lives. You will be given regular opportunities to use your creative mind to help mold the way we deliver our service and in turn better help our clients. We are creative with how we do things and certainly aren't your typical aged care service. Think physio, mixed with strength and conditioning, mixed with the circus....
About us
Be Mobile Physiotherapy is an exciting mobile physiotherapy company based on Sydney's Northern Beaches and North Shore, dedicated to supporting healthy ageing. We are big advocates of healthy, positive and active living!
We mainly see clients in their own home, and aim to maximise their health and mobility, to help maintain independence at home and in their community.
We pride ourselves on our team culture and consider ourselves one big happy family! Friday team lunch at the local Thai restaurant is an absolute must!
We are continuing to expand due to a popular following amongst patients, professional referrers and an excellent community reputation.
This position is currently for permanent part-time, however has the option of progressing to full-time.
Are you the physio we are looking for? Tell us why!
Simply email your interest with a resume and cover letter to *****@bemobilephysio.com.au + click to reveal
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Full-time Salaried Position in the Perth area
Are you a registered Occupational Therapist looking for the next best step in your career? Are you looking for exposure to a diverse and challenging client cohort well deserving of change and achievement?
Back2Work are a team of allied health professionals dedicated to supporting the goal of employment attainment for some of the most disadvantaged and worthy people in our community. Back2Work have a genuine national footprint, over a decade of evidence in support of a 'work first' intervention framework and proven results in changing lives. 
As a part of a multidisciplinary team you will apply state of the art evidence based interventions in both individual and group based settings in support of a diverse and rewarding client base. In conjunction with our trading partners you will develop and implement strategies designed for participants to leverage strengths and self supports to secure the goal and privileges of employment attainment.
Back2Work have designed this role for full time clinicians who take a hands on approach to intervention and assessment, have a flare for customer relationship building, a passion for innovation and have strong career aspirations.
Back2Work support all staff with supervision, mentorship and a 'first amongst equals' leadership approach underpinned by a 'research practitioner' framework. As an organisation Back2Work is supportive of career development, promotion and academic extension.
Highlights of Working with Back2Work:
Allied Health professionals currently working with Back2Work benefit from camaraderie with their colleagues and support they enjoy while in the field. We have well-developed, best in class back office systems and support and our training is without parallel. Your work will be varied and challenging and at times, you'll feel clinically stretched; but you'll never feel isolated. You'll be trained in the use of our customised case management and report writing system, have access to great training, supervision and ongoing professional development.
The company vision and values are embodied by an inspiring Managing Director, a seasoned CEO and state management cohort who are passionate about high performance and high engagement staff leadership.
Best of all, you'll be part of an elite group of highly-trained, highly effective professionals who are helping make a difference to vulnerable Australians.
The Perks:
We pay our people really well and in addition, provide opportunities for clinical supervision, provide travel, phone and other work-related allowances. Through our elearning platform you will also be able to achieve yearly CPD requirements through Back2Work.
Role Requirements:
·       Degree in Occupational Therapy, with AHPRA registration
·       The right attitude, optimism and problem-solving skills to help clients navigate challenges 
·       Well-developed IT skills to pick up our case management and report writing systems
·       An ability to learn quickly 
·       Experience in building relationships with key stakeholders
·       Understanding of group and individual work- focussed OT interventions
·       A passion for innovation
·       Well-developed written and verbal communication skills in a commercial environment
·       Please note applicants must have full working rights in Australia
Next Steps:
Check us out at www.back2work.com.au. If you like what you see and you think you've got what it takes to succeed with us, submit your resume to *****@back2work.com.au and + click to reveal note the title of this advert. Or call us on *****11. + click to reveal
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Lower South West
Permanent Full Time
Are you a therapist looking to make a difference in the lives of people with a disability? Maybe you are looking for a flexible workplace or your next career change. If so this is the perfect opportunity for you!
 
Senses Australia has been providing world class disability services to the Western Australian community for more than 120 years. Every day, we help well over 650 children, adults and seniors with a wide range of disabilities reach their full potential. The number of individuals choosing Senses Australia as their provider of choice is growing more and more each week – this is why we need you to join our team!
 
We are looking for a Senior Occupational Therapist for a role based in the South West (Busselton and Bunbury region) whose values align with ours, strive for excellence and are passionate in providing the best possible service to people with a disability. Our allied health professionals encourage clients and their families to have choice and control over their services, achieve their goals in their individual plans including improved wellbeing, healthier relationships, participation in their chosen community and independence.
The role:
Providing Occupational Therapy services to clients within Senses Australia’s Disability Professional Services. Providing effective clinical support and supervision for assigned staff. Reporting to the Coordinator Therapy Services. Assess, plan and develop discipline specific programs and regimes relevant to client’s individual service plans. Assess and prescribe adaptive and therapeutic equipment as required to meet individual client needs. Act as a consultant to other professionals, support staff, caregivers and local community regarding specific services provided to the client
Benefits?
Salary sacrificing options
Competitive remuneration based on experience Healthy work life balance A supportive, multidiscipline team based workplace Access to a car Laptop and mobile Ongoing training and development Career development opportunities
Essential:
Must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and maintain yearly registration. Previous experience working with clients with disabilities and their families and caregivers. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, resolve conflict and work collaboratively within a team. Effective time management, caseload management and problem solving skills. Possession of a valid WA C or A Class driver’s licence Hold a current First Aid Certificate (with at least 12 months before renewal).
Desirable:
Previous experience working in a community service setting.   Ability to evaluate and adapt services as required Understanding of and a commitment to the Professional Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct and the Disability Service Standards. Experience in the prescription, use and range of equipment and assistive technology available for clients. Previous experience providing clinical support and supervision to staff.
How to Apply:
Click on the apply button and follow the onscreen prompts to complete your online application.  The system will prompt you to answer the selection criteria. Please ensure you submit your latest resume and a cover letter that addresses the reason you are applying for this position.
For further information please contact our recruitment team via email on *****@senses.org.au + click to reveal
Please note: only applicants who are shortlisted will be contacted and the position may be filled prior to the stated closing date. If no contact has been made within 2 weeks after the closing date then you have not been shortlisted.
We do not accept applications via email or calls from recruitment agencies.
Senses Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and encourages social and cultural diversity. We are also committed to maintaining a non-smoking environment
 
Applications Close: 19/01/2018
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A little about us
At Rehab Management, people are at the centre of our business. We help them achieve their best outcomes through innovation, dedication and best practice. We are looking for new talent to support our vision to be the number one and nation-wide market leader in occupational rehabilitation and provider of choice to our customers and people. With a focus on people, team work and quality outcomes, we continue to grow and succeed in helping people to live their best lives.
A lot about you
As a rehabilitation consultant you will be passionate about helping injured or ill people recover or return to work. This is an exciting role for someone looking for a career as an Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist.
Like our top performers, you will be a passionate and energetic professional, with strong communication skills. You will be confident in your abilities, have a personable approach and use initiative to problem-solve, achieve quality outcomes for our clients and build strong stakeholder relationships.
The role
Working with clients who have sustained a psychological or physical injury across a diverse portfolio, you will be responsible for assessing their needs, overcoming barriers and developing and implementing strategies to enable a sustainable return to work, independence or regular life activities as part of their rehabilitation.
Essential skills and experience
Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy, Exercise Physiology or Physiotherapy Full or provisional registration with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) or ESSA (Exercise and Sports Science Australia) Experience in occupational rehabilitation A passion for health and wellbeing, injury prevention and assisting people recover or return to work The ability to work in a team environment and autonomously Excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation and report writing skills Strong stakeholder  relationship building experience and skills A current Australian driver's licence
What we offer
Rehab Management is a diverse, supportive and energetic place to work. We offer an opportunity to work autonomously with the support of our highly experienced, multidisciplinary team of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Nurses, Psychologists, Rehabilitation Counsellors and Employment Consultants.  We also offer:
A dynamic career path and internal promotion and secondment opportunities A comprehensive induction program and workplace mentoring to ensure you 'hit the ground running' and have ongoing support for personal and professional growth Excellent salary package + bonus incentives Lucrative professional development allowance and tailored programs Manageable caseloads and KPIs Latest technology (iPhone, iPad, laptop) and web-connectivity / cloud platform for work flexibility Community service leave and flexible work arrangements
Interested?
To apply please click below or email your resume to *****@rehabmanagement.com.au. + click to reveal For a confidential discussion or further information please contact our Talent Acquisition Specialist Randall on  *****79. + click to reveal
Rehab Management is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity
 
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Full-time Salaried Position in the Brisbane area
Are you a registered Occupational Therapist looking for the next best step in your career? Are you looking for exposure to a diverse and challenging client cohort well deserving of change and achievement?
Back2Work are a team of allied health professionals dedicated to supporting the goal of employment attainment for some of the most disadvantaged and worthy people in our community. Back2Work have a genuine national footprint, over a decade of evidence in support of a 'work first' intervention framework and proven results in changing lives. 
As a part of a multidisciplinary team you will apply state of the art evidence based interventions in both individual and group based settings in support of a diverse and rewarding client base. In conjunction with our trading partners you will develop and implement strategies designed for participants to leverage strengths and self supports to secure the goal and privileges of employment attainment.
Back2Work have designed this role for full time clinicians who take a hands on approach to intervention and assessment, have a flare for customer relationship building, a passion for innovation and have strong career aspirations.
Back2Work support all staff with supervision, mentorship and a 'first amongst equals' leadership approach underpinned by a 'research practitioner' framework. As an organisation Back2Work is supportive of career development, promotion and academic extension.
Highlights of Working with Back2Work:
Allied Health professionals currently working with Back2Work benefit from camaraderie with their colleagues and support they enjoy while in the field. We have well-developed, best in class back office systems and support and our training is without parallel. Your work will be varied and challenging and at times, you'll feel clinically stretched; but you'll never feel isolated. You'll be trained in the use of our customised case management and report writing system, have access to great training, supervision and ongoing professional development.
The company vision and values are embodied by an inspiring Managing Director, a seasoned CEO and state management cohort who are passionate about high performance and high engagement staff leadership.
Best of all, you'll be part of an elite group of highly-trained, highly effective professionals who are helping make a difference to vulnerable Australians.
The Perks:
We pay our people really well and in addition, provide opportunities for clinical supervision, provide travel, phone and other work-related allowances. Through our elearning platform you will also be able to achieve yearly CPD requirements through Back2Work.
Role Requirements:
·       Degree in Occupational Therapy, with AHPRA registration
·       The right attitude, optimism and problem-solving skills to help clients navigate challenges 
·       Well-developed IT skills to pick up our case management and report writing systems
·       An ability to learn quickly 
·       Experience in building relationships with key stakeholders
·       Understanding of group and individual work- focussed OT interventions
·       A passion for innovation
·       Well-developed written and verbal communication skills in a commercial environment
·       Please note applicants must have full working rights in Australia
Next Steps:
Check us out at www.back2work.com.au. If you like what you see and you think you've got what it takes to succeed with us, submit your resume to *****@back2work.com.au and + click to reveal note the title of this advert. Or call us on *****11. + click to reveal
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Full-time Salaried Position in the Sydney area
Are you a registered Occupational Therapist looking for the next best step in your career? Are you looking for exposure to a diverse and challenging client cohort well deserving of change and achievement?
Back2Work are a team of allied health professionals dedicated to supporting the goal of employment attainment for some of the most disadvantaged and worthy people in our community. Back2Work have a genuine national footprint, over a decade of evidence in support of a 'work first' intervention framework and proven results in changing lives. 
As a part of a multidisciplinary team you will apply state of the art evidence based interventions in both individual and group based settings in support of a diverse and rewarding client base. In conjunction with our trading partners you will develop and implement strategies designed for participants to leverage strengths and self supports to secure the goal and privileges of employment attainment.
Back2Work have designed this role for full time clinicians who take a hands on approach to intervention and assessment, have a flare for customer relationship building, a passion for innovation and have strong career aspirations.
Back2Work support all staff with supervision, mentorship and a 'first amongst equals' leadership approach underpinned by a 'research practitioner' framework. As an organisation Back2Work is supportive of career development, promotion and academic extension.
Highlights of Working with Back2Work:
Allied Health professionals currently working with Back2Work benefit from camaraderie with their colleagues and support they enjoy while in the field. We have well-developed, best in class back office systems and support and our training is without parallel. Your work will be varied and challenging and at times, you'll feel clinically stretched; but you'll never feel isolated. You'll be trained in the use of our customised case management and report writing system, have access to great training, supervision and ongoing professional development.
The company vision and values are embodied by an inspiring Managing Director, a seasoned CEO and state management cohort who are passionate about high performance and high engagement staff leadership.
Best of all, you'll be part of an elite group of highly-trained, highly effective professionals who are helping make a difference to vulnerable Australians.
The Perks:
We pay our people really well and in addition, provide opportunities for clinical supervision, provide travel, phone and other work-related allowances. Through our elearning platform you will also be able to achieve yearly CPD requirements through Back2Work.
Role Requirements:
·       Degree in Occupational Therapy, with AHPRA registration
·       The right attitude, optimism and problem-solving skills to help clients navigate challenges 
·       Well-developed IT skills to pick up our case management and report writing systems
·       An ability to learn quickly 
·       Experience in building relationships with key stakeholders
·       Understanding of group and individual work- focussed OT interventions
·       A passion for innovation
·       Well-developed written and verbal communication skills in a commercial environment
·       Please note applicants must have full working rights in Australia
Next Steps:
Check us out at www.back2work.com.au. If you like what you see and you think you've got what it takes to succeed with us, submit your resume to *****@back2work.com.au + click to reveal and note the title of this advert. Or call us on *****11. + click to reveal
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Are you an experienced Occupational Therapist looking for a new and exciting career change? If you have some experience working within Injury Management then this is the perfect role for you!
As the Occupational Therapist you will manage a caseload of CTP and Workers Compensation clients all requiring support and assessments to return to their employment or their usual daily living.
Your role will include implementing strategies to enable a safe return to their original employment and completing assessments relating to their injury whilst developing strategies.
Your responsibilities will include the following:
Conducting worksite assessments relating to the injury Liaising with doctors and relevant allied health professionals Conducting case conferences Designing specific rehabilitations assessments
To be considered for the role you will have the following:
Relevant tertiary qualifications as an Occupational Therapist Full and current AHPRA registration  Clear and concise communication skills Previous Return to Work and Injury Management experience
The successful candidate will be offered the following:
Attractive salary plus bonuses Phone, laptop and access to company car Further development opportunities Flexible working arrangements
To find out more, contact Tahleah on *****13 + click to reveal or hit APPLY NOW!
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My Pathway is a family owned business, employing over 900 people nationally, providing staffing, apprenticeship, training, construction and health services in regional and remote areas of Australia. It is our mission to build stronger communities by creating employment pathways for those looking for work, within their local communities, to successfully gain sustainable long-term employment. :
These dynamic and engaging roles offer diversity in your work and the opportunity to experience unique cultures of Australia. As a full time position this role is primarily a week away week home roster, with one week being in one of our 7 remote communities, and one week in our office in Cairns. It involves working closely with staff and clients in the communities, and developing rapport to identify various barriers that impact individuals’ abilities to participate in activities and in the workforce. Your responsibilities will include:
• Developing and maintaining working relationships with all stakeholders, with focus on members of the remote communities that will be serviced. • Identifying and understanding the diverse barriers faced by clients that enable them to participate fully in activities and in the work force. • Working with clients to equip them with the skills and services to improve their mental/physical health and well-being. • Referring clients to other medical and government services to ensure they are correctly assessed to meet their mutual obligations. • Working closely with other services and referring agencies to maintain working relationships to maximise results for clients. • Providing monthly reports to the Regional Group Manager, as well as completing client reports on a regular basis. What you’ll need to be considered:
• Must have a Bachelor’s degree in the relevant field or higher.
• Must be registered with AHPRA (Psychologist and Occupational Therapist position) • Must be registered with AASW (Social Worker position).
• Ability to travel frequently.
• Ability to pass a police check.
• Possess or able to obtain a Queensland Positive Notice Blue Card.
• Possess or able to obtain a Northern Territory Ochre Card.
• Strong communication skills alongside cultural and emotional intelligence.
To apply for this career opportunity please send your cover letter and resume to *****@mpath.com.au. + click to reveal Applications will be accepted up until close of business Friday 2nd February 2018. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons are encouraged to apply.
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Weekend Casual positions
The Hospital
Owned and operated by Ramsay Health Care, Australia's largest private hospital operator, The Avenue Hospital is a 131 bed acute care hospital, centrally located in Windsor, Melbourne.
The Avenue has earned a reputation as a leader in its field through a commitment to technological advancement and innovative approaches to the provision of quality healthcare.
In addition to being regarded as one of Australia's premier joint replacement facilities with an established orthopaedic robotically assisted service, The Avenue also provides services in Bariatric/Obesity Surgery, Dermatology, ENT, Endoscopy, General Medicine, General Surgery, IVF, Ophthalmology, Oral & Maxillofacial, Orthopaedics, Plastics / Reconstructive Surgery, Spinal Surgery and Urology.
There are 11 operating theatres, a Dermatology procedure room and an Endoscopy room. Support services include a 4 Bed HDU, in-house RMO cover and onsite state of the art diagnostic imaging facility including MRI, Ultrasound and CT and pathology services.
The Hospital has recently undergone a major redevelopment including the addition of 3 new theatres and an expanded PACU and Day Services Unit.
The Role
Commencing in February 2018, this role is an exceptional opportunity to be part of a comprehensive Physiotherapy Service in an exciting period of growth.
The successful applicants will be involved in the provision of high-quality physiotherapy interventions across the hospital’s medical and surgical services. With a focus on exceptional customer service, evidenced-based practice and close collaboration with the facility’s medical and nursing professionals, these roles offer an exceptional opportunity to work in a state of the art hospital.
As part of the broader Ramsay Health Plus group, you will be supported by an experienced team, including an onsite team leader. These positions encompass a diverse inpatient clinical load, ideal for someone looking to develop their acute care skills.
We are looking for applicants who would be available for our casual weekend bank.
Essential Criteria:
Registration as a physiotherapist with AHPRA Minimum 3 years’ experience in an acute setting Proven ability to work effectively within an acute-care multidisciplinary team High standard of customer service with all stakeholders Acute orthopaedic experience Demonstrated ability to evaluate clinical outcomes and practice based on evidence and research Availability to work weekends and public holidays on a roster basis
Culture & Benefits of joining the Avenue team:
We value our staff and provide a wide range of attractive local and national employee benefits including:
Staff recognition and reward programs Employee Benefit club offering discounted health & leisure choices Access to Ramsay corporate discounts including discounted private health insurance choices, discounted IT hardware & software & travel/holiday discounts Staff Wellness Program and access to a wide range of wellness options both locally and via the Ramsay intranet Employee Assistance Program
For enquiries please contact:
Amy Bach
Physiotherapy Manager
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TO APPLY FOR THIS ROLE:
Click on “Apply for the job” to submit an application. Applications should include a detailed CV, cover letter and two work-related referees.
Applications close: Sunday 28 January, 2018
This organisation promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children in line with our Child Safety Commitment Statement. 
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Work in a multidisciplinary Allied Health team in regional Queensland | Full-time salary, 5 wks leave
Your new company
Is an Aboriginal Health Service that provides holistic and culturally appropriate health services to local residents. The Health Service primary aim is to support local communities in their own approaches to healthy living. They provide a broad range of services including Medical, Allied Health, Maternal and Child Health as well as family focused Mental Health services.
Your new role
Has been created as the result of strong organisational growth. You will be working in a multi-disciplinary team to provide Physiotherapy services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. You will provide quality Physiotherapy services in the areas of chronic disease self-management, generalist outpatient support and rehabilitation. Your services will involve working with clients in both a clinic-based setting and a community-based setting and your role will involve travel from head office in Mount Isa to Mornington Island, Doomadgee, Burketown, Normanton and Karumba.
What you'll need to succeed
You will have the appropriate qualifications as outlined below and certified copies of the required documentation must be provided prior to commencement of this role :
Degree in Physiotherapy and current AHPRA registration as a Physiotherapist Current C Class Driver's license (Queensland) Current Blue Card (or willingness to apply) Police Check (or willingness to obtain) Current Medicare Provider Number (or capacity to obtain)
Note that your new role will involved intermittent travel and will require stays over-night. You must be willing and ready to relocate to Mount Isa for this role.
What you'll get in return
You will receive a competitive salary based on years of experience and skills, plus super. You will have the opportunity to salary package and you will have 5 weeks of annual leave. You will further have the opportunity to travel to remote communities and experience parts of Australia unknown to the masses. You will be offered flexible working hours to facilitate a work-life balance.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. For more information, please call Lauren Handforth on *****00 + click to reveal or email *****@hays.com.au. + click to reveal
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Full Time Physiotherapist 
Do you crave regular continuing education covering all aspects of private practice? Are you a driven person who loves being busy and part of a successful team? Do you want to be part of a progressive company who delivers and achieves great results?
Then this position is for you !
If you're passionate about helping people and getting them back to doing the things they love, and want to learn and have fun while you do it, then we want to talk to you! 
For the chosen candidate we have on offer a full-time position, perfectly designed to further your career in physiotherapy and also maintain a great lifestyle.
Why Benchmark Physiotherapy? – What are the benefits for you?
A structured clinical mentoring and continuing education program with senior physiotherapists in both a team environment and 1 on 1 which is tailored to suit your level of experience.  Access to a great online physiotherapy learning package which records all CPD learning and is fully funded by us A generous remuneration package with additional incentives Flexible start date  No weekend work One day off per week Easy access and parking from all areas of Sydney Our experienced clinical staff will provide a friendly, fun and supportive environment Opportunities exist for the right person to assist in the growth of the business in more senior roles. Potential partnership prospects within our company
Position Description
We are seeking a Full-Time Physiotherapist to join our friendly and professional team.
Our established private practice, has an outstanding reputation with doctors and the local community for providing gold standard professional treatment and achieving great results.
The caseload is a wide mix of all types of clients from young and old, to weekend warriors and sports teams. You will definitely enjoy the variety. 
The clinic also performs Clinical Pilates 1:1 or in group classes of 1:4. If the successful applicant has no experience they will be put through formal Pilates training.
We offer a generous remuneration package and working conditions which include no weekend or evening work and a flexible working week.
 
What You Should Bring to the Team:
The position is suitable for both experienced physiotherapists and new graduates however our No.1 and most important criteria is finding an applicant that aligns with our treatment and company culture, values and beliefs.
The successful applicant will be a person who is -
Hardworking and passionate An excellent communicator Confident, self-motivated and willing to go the extra mile to positively influence their patient's health Career driven, with a desire to succeed in private practice and make a commitment to continued learning and ongoing skills development. Able to take initiative, see a task and get it done Friendly, motivated and fun - must be able to have a laugh
New graduates are encouraged to apply
In your application please address the following questions;
Do you have any relevant sales or retail experience? Give an example of a situation where you improved the systems or procedures for a job or task within your current role. Why are you interested in this role? What do you think you will bring to this role that makes you different to other candidates? If this sounds like you - send your resume to:
Paul Wilson
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Life Ready Physio and Pilates was founded on two key ideas. Firstly, that providing great physiotherapists with a great place to work, a great team to work with, the best tools, equipment and investing heavily in their education will produce great client care. Secondly, that attracting, keeping and building great physiotherapists is the greatest privilege and best strategy for our company.  
We believe that our clients receive the best care when these two key ideas occur, and when we focus on our team first. Our company is therefore committed to caring for its people. If you are resourceful, passionate and committed to great customer service and feel like a new challenge, then this role may potentially suit you perfectly!
Our culture is collaborative, and as such, we are looking for someone who shares our values to come onboard and help set the pace and contribute ideas to the ideal set up of the clinic. We want it to be a place that they love to go to work.
You can learn more about our company in the video below or on our website - www.lifereadyphysio.com.au
 
OUR CORE VALUES
Passion Family Genuine relationships Proactive, not reactive Develop our strengths Embrace and drive change
 
ABOUT THE ROLE
Life Ready Baldivis requires a high capacity, experienced and team-minded physiotherapist who aims to earn between $100k – $150k PA to join its team. Baldivis is forecasted to double its current population in the next 10 years and therefore the health needs of this suburb are expected to exponentially increase. 
The successful candidate must have shown the ability to retain a busy hands-on manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation caseload in the last 24 months. 
 
BENEFITS
We pay for 50% of all education and professional development  Excellent remuneration (up to 50% commission) Large clinic with state of the art facilities and equipment One on one collaborative learning sessions with specialist physiotherapists (paid for by the company) Flexible treatment times (pick how long you treat clients for), though they must be > 20 mins Autonomy (treat how you want within evidence based practice, as long as clients get great service and receive a documented plan) Additional income streams (Life Ready remunerates our physiotherapists to blog or do one on one mentoring). Mentors must be post-graduate physiotherapists or greater There will also be future scope to purchase, own or manage a practice with us should the candidate desire.
 
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The successful individual will work with us in a team, contribute new ideas, execute these ideas, build and manage a case load, and must exhibit the following attributes:
At least two years private practice experience High emotional intelligence and self-awareness Initiative and resourcefulness Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
 
HOW TO APPLY
To express your interest in joining our Life Ready Baldivis team, we invite you to forward your CV and cover letter to *****@lifereadyphysio.com.au*, + click to reveal with Physiotherapist - Baldivis in the subject line. 
 
*Only submissions sent to *****@lifereadyphysio.com.au + click to reveal will be assessed.
Applications close Friday 16th February 2018, unless a suitable candidate is found sooner.  
For any queries regarding the above job opportunity, please email *****@lifereadyphysio.com.au + click to reveal
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ABOUT THE ROLE:
Creative person needed to provide Allied Health Services to the older person and adults with a disability in collaboration with our multidisciplinary Allied Health team.
Permanent Part-Time 40hrs per fortnight Assist in providing goal orientated management of clients as direct by supervisor Deliver and monitor client specific exercise, group and mobility programs under guidance Assist with preparation and presentation of health promotion activities Participate in the preparation and conduct community access activities for clients
ABOUT YOU:
Allied Health Assistant Certificate IV Demonstrated ability and qualification in running therapy programs to the aged population Demonstrated ability in working effectively with clients with a disability / impairment(s) Current driver's license Computer literacy Experience as an Allied Health Assistant in a sub-acute and/or community therapy setting Current immunisation of diseases as listed in NSW Health Policy Directive. This is a Category A Risk position
ABOUT US:
Mercy Health Albury is a 50-bed publicly funded subacute hospital in southern New South Wales offering a range of services including aged care assessment, day therapy programs, allied health, healthy ageing, geriatric evaluation management and palliative care. 
Mercy Health is a Catholic organisation employing over 8500 people who provide compassionate and holistic care through our acute hospitals, aged care facilities, mental health programs, palliative and respite services, maternity and women's health services, early parenting services and home care services.
Mercy Health is proud to be recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the WGEA.
WHAT WE OFFER:
Values driven culture Salary packaging benefits Leadership Capability Framework to support your career progression and development  Camp Australia School Holiday Program Thrive @ Mercy – our health & wellbeing hub supporting you to be the best you can be Stepping Stones – our flexibility framework supporting your growth and work life balance Fully funded childcare referral service
To find out more about these exciting initiatives, please visit Mercy Health Careers homepage (http://careers.mercy.com.au/)
At Mercy Health we pride ourselves on embracing diversity and foster an inclusive culture where individual differences are respected and celebrated. We encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities and cultural backgrounds including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as provide a current Police Record Check and Working with Children Check.
To apply and/or to view the position description, please click "Apply"
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Enquiries to:  Jacinta Finn, Allied Health Team Leader *****36 + click to reveal
Quote Ref No: MHA 04
Applications Close: Wednesday, 7 February 2018