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Total Physiotherapy Manly Vale. Minimum 2 years experience. Tuesday and Thursday, 4pm - 8pm. Saturday 8am - 12pm. Please email your CV to *****@totalphysiomv.com + click to reveal or call Donna on *****21 + click to reveal
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Temporary Full Time
NORTHERN HEALTH ALLIED HEALTH
PHYSIOTHERAPIST, GRADE 1 - ROTATING
FULL TIME, FIXED TERM UNTIL 22/12/2017
 
Northern Health is a dynamic health service, providing vital public healthcare to residents of Melbourne’s northern suburbs and the surrounding regional communities. Our campuses offer services to a vastly diverse community at all stages of life across acute, subacute, ambulatory and community service and the Allied Health team provide a diverse clinical education program. A position in one of the Allied Health disciplines offers exceptional opportunities for personal and professional development with support from an outstanding workforce.   
This opportunity will suit new graduate physiotherapists as well as experienced junior physiotherapists. Our department offers a unique mix of experience including rotations in acute, subacute, ambulatory, paediatric and community services across all four Northern Health sites. Grade 1 physiotherapists have formal and regular supervision and are well supported through continuing education and professional development. The Physiotherapy Department is a Clinical School for La Trobe University and has a strong focus on evidence based practice and research. 
To be successful in this role your key accountabilities will be to: 
Provide client focussed, evidenced based clinical care Prioritise a caseload in a variety of settings, with assistance, Actively participate in supervision and professional development Be involved in clinical education programs
Further information regarding specific Allied Health Physiotherapy Services can be found by following this link via the Northern Health website:  Services | Northern Health
If you require any further information please contact Melanie Hogan – Physiotherapy Clinical Leader on *****94   + click to reveal
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Enquiries: Melanie Hogan
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Applications Close: 02/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.  Melanie Hogan
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Wantirna Health
Permanent Full Time
ACAS Assessment Clinician
RN Grade 4A or Allied Health Grade 2 
Outer East Aged Care Assessment Service - Wantirna Health 
Permanent Full Time
For a great place to learn and work GO EAST!
Friendly & supportive team Salary packaging options
An opportunity exists within the Aged Care Assessment Service for and enthusiastic and passionate clinician with sound clinical knowledge and experience in aged care.  You will conduct community assessments and have the ability to work autonomously as well as in a team environment.
Eastern Health is the largest public health provider in the eastern suburbs, providing a comprehensive range of high quality acute, sub-acute, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care and community health services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.
Eastern Health operates from many different locations, our largest sites include Angliss Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Healesville and District Hospital, Maroondah Hospital, Peter James Centre, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, Wantirna Health, Yarra Ranges Health, Yarra Valley Community Health.  Although this position is primarily based at the Wantirna Health site there may be the requirement to travel to other Eastern Health sites.
The Outer East ACAS provides comprehensive aged care assessments to clients living in the municipalities of Maroondah, Knox and Yarra Ranges.
 An understanding of the roles and responsibilities of an Aged Care Assessment Service is a distinct advantage. The ACAS program offers a comprehensive and supportive orientation and training program for all staff.
To be successful in the role you will have:
Recent experience in Aged Care Experience in a community setting Well-developed assessment and care planning skills Ability to work as part of a diverse team Strong commitment to high quality patient care
 
If you have the ability and drive to make a difference take hold of this opportunity and apply today!  
For full details refer to the attached Position Description.  For any queries please contact the Clinical Coordinator directly.
You must have the right to permanently live and work in Australia to apply for this job.
Please submit all applications online.
Eastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!
 
 
Enquiries: Karyn Macdonell
Ph: *****44 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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My client is a well-known professional services firm with a national presence. The business promotes a healthy work life balance and a forward thinking approach and as a result, have developed an excellent company culture. Their specialist Life Insurance division are currently seeking a Life Claims Assessor to join their Retail Claims team in Sydney. 
Joining the team as a Claims Assessor, you will be responsible for: 
Managing and assessing a portfolio of life insurance claims with the goal of returning each client to work;  Liaising with doctors, rehabilitation providers and advisors regarding return to work treatment and plans;   Initiating claims investigations;  Requesting medical and financial information;  Processing payments of on-going claims.
I welcome applications from candidates who can demonstrate the following skills and experience:
Degree Qualified in an Allied Health related field; 12 months + internal / external experience dealing with claims (life insurance, workers compensation/Work Cover or CTP); Experience with return to work is essential; A strong focus on Customer Service; Strong time management and organisation skills;   Proactive approach;   Team based focus. 
This opportunity invites the successful candidate to move into a corporate role with a genuine work/life balance, working standard working hours, Monday - Friday. This particular client has a strong company culture, backed by employee feedback and have an excellent track record of fostering career development via internal promotion.
At Kennedy Reid we understand that finding a new job at times can be stressful, challenging and time consuming. Our commitment to our candidates is to be Your Career Partners. Through our extensive network of clients you will have access to the industry's leading organisations allowing you to discover and secure your perfect role.   
For immediate consideration, click APPLY NOW or alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please call Hannah Stevenson on *****86.  + click to reveal
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JobAccess is the national hub for workplace and employment information for people with disability, employers and service providers.
Currently we have a great opportunity for an Occupational Therapist to join the team as a Professional Advisor.
This is a fixed term contract until March 2018 with the possibility of extension.
About the role
Working within a customer service / contact centre environment this position will be part of a service which provides a central point of contact for all
Information and advice relevant to employing people with disabilities.
Key duties of the role will be:
Case Management of Employment Assistance Fund applications within set time frames; Provision of practical advice via telephone, Email Enquiry and Website to create awareness and support employers, employment services providers and people with disability  on disability employment; Arranging Workplace assessments and reviewing reports as appropriate
About you
You will be a qualified and registered Occupational Therapist with:
Experience and passion for working with people with disability; Excellent phone based customer service skills; Experience and understanding of Workplace Assessments, and Vocational training to provide appropriate modification recommendations; Proven competency in case management of clients with disabilities; Demonstrated knowledge of occupational health and safety legislation; Proficiency in building relationships via telephone; Capacity to utilise outlook, word, excel, website navigation and accurately maintain client database records  Flexibility to work shifts between the hours of 6am - 5pm WST during daylight savings hours and 7am - 4pmWST non daylight savings hours. Current Police Clearance and Working with Children Check - or ability to obtain one
Next Step 
Further details about the role can be obtained by contacting Jenny Lee on *****88 + click to reveal or to express your interest please send through your current CV by hitting APPLY now.
JobAcess is part of the Wok Health Group, we are an Equal Opportunity Employer and Encourage Cultural Diversity and Non-discrimination.
Further details about jobAccess can be found on our website https://www.jobaccess.gov.au/
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WE'RE RECRUITING OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION ROLES FOR CLIENT BUSINESSES IN DARWIN, AT VARIOUS LEVELS OF SENIORITY: You'll be joining a multidisciplinary team in a supportive, collegiate environment. These are high performing national organisations with significant career development opportunities and excellent profiles in Darwin.
ABOUT THE JOBS: Senior and managing consultant level roles are available. You will focus on providing injury management services to assist your clients to a safe and fulfilling return to work following injury. You'll case-manage this process. The range of services you provide will depend on your experience level. You will use your professional knowledge to also provide relevant Injury prevention and injury management services, conducting assessments and delivering training e.g. functional capacity, vocational assessment, ergonomics, ADL, worksite safety, and manual handling.
ABOUT YOU: You're an appropriately registered Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Exercise Physiologist, Rehabilitation Counsellor, Psychologist, Social Worker or Registered Nurse, with solid industry experience, and you're ready for your next challenge. Your strong communication and time management skills will be key to success, and you thrive in a fast-paced environment. Whilst previous experience within a workplace rehabilitation environment is expected, if you're an experienced clinician looking for a change of focus (and not FIFO or weekend work) and have an interest in injury management, we would love to discuss upcoming opportunities with you.
THE BENEFITS: You'll be rewarded very well, with an excellent package available alongside generous (and realistic) bonus schemes, and other employee benefits including relocation assistance, salary packaging, discounted health insurance, and professional development allowances. You'll also benefit from the training and career opportunities you'd expect from leading national occupational rehabilitation providers with a history of success, and a commitment to training and retaining their people.
TO FIND OUT MORE: Call Pete Wildman today on *****06 + click to reveal or apply today. We have a decade's experience of recruiting within the rehabilitation sector, we're very approachable, and we can guide you through options relevant to your existing experience and career goals.
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Newcastle Private Practice Physiotherapist
$500 signing bonus!! - Join HelpStreet's growing global family and receive $500 when you start with us - *T&C apply 
 
Physiotherapist - Newcastle - Private Practice - Part or Full time
  
Job Type: Physiotherapist          Salary Package: $60,000- $90,000 inc bonuses 
Location: Jesmond                    Start Date: Oct 2017
  
Brief:
HelpStreet Health Centre is now an established multi-discipline private practice, including Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Dietician and Speech Pathology, based in Jesmond, Newcastle. We are currently looking for enthusiastic and motivated Physiotherapists interested in joining our diverse and growing team. This role will be a part or full time position providing services to our private practice and will give opportunities to work as part of a team, as well as independently and handle a wide range of caseloads.
In this primarily clinic-based role, you will be responsible for providing a high standard Physiotherapy services to members of the community, and assisting in the development of the centre's referral base and case-load. There is also the opportunity to provide domiciliary and residential care. 
The Incentives:
Attractive salary package including our staff incentives package "HelpStreeTribe" Very competitive commission package Work/life balance. Fantastic career progression opportunities. Be a part of a fun, dynamic team. All equipment and stock provided. Company iPad or laptop Additional annual holiday each year. Constant support from proactive administration team, allied health team leader and dedicated line manager.
Job Description:
This role includes all aspects of managing and delivering a high standard physiotherapy service in a clinical setting, within a Multidisciplinary Care Team. Daily tasks include:
Assess and provide individually tailored treatment plans. Alter and adapt management plans based on patient progress and objective symptoms. Maintain up to date and accurate record keeping. Provided specific management plans including pain management, mobilisation and/or exercise related activity. Work as an integral part of a multidisciplinary, allied health team. Prescribe physiotherapy aids and equipment as needed. Formulate, adapt and participate in patient related exercise to assist in patient mobility, function and well-being. A strong emphasis on continuity of care and working in conjunction with the patients. Be a part of a structured and dedicated team, while receiving constant support from a proactive administration team, allied health team leader and dedicated Line Manager.
The Successful Candidate:
• Must be passionate, motivated and a team player.
• Will be care-focussed, ethical, and courteous.
• Holds full AHPRA registration as a physiotherapist.
• Has sound clinical skills and knowledge.
• Has a current Australian Federal Police Clearance certificate, or gives consent for a check to be completed.
• Holds a current, valid driver's license.
• Is able to effectively manage their time.
• Has the ability to work independently or as a part of a multidisciplinary team.
  
The Company:
The HelpStreet Group is an organisation that values work-life balance, promoting this heavily from within. Our approach is centred around offering a progressive work place, competitive salary packages and a large array of staff benefits, incentives and career opportunities to increase the Health, Wealth and Happiness of our team.
The company vision is focussed around providing "Ethical, sustainable care, for a happier, healthier world." We believe in providing evidence-based, proactive and preventative care to the community and are currently looking to expand our team to help make this vision a reality. 
Work for an organisation that truly wants to make a difference.
  
For More Information:
Visit www.helpstreetgroup.com, call our recruitment team on *****17, + click to reveal or, email *****@helpstreetgroup.com. + click to reveal
If successful, an interview will be arranged with the hiring manager, either in person at one of our offices. 
*To apply, please use the online link in the advert, we cannot accept applications by email.
  
  Visit www.hshcr.com for Local and Global Healthcare Opportunities! 
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The Organisation
This organisation is experienced in providing a high standard of care within the aged care arena. With a focus on providing high quality resident care, this organisation achieves excellent results. They encourage staff to participate in career development and training. This is an organisation where staff are appreciated and both staff and residents are happy and looked after well.
The Role
Provided physiotherapy services in the aged care sector Work autonomously and to the direction from the Manager Assessing comprehensive physiotherapy care plans Developing and fostering professional relationships with other allied health professionals
To be successful
Membership of the Australian Association of Physiotherapists (or eligibility) Full AHPRA registration Previous experience in Aged Care (not essential) Strong attention to detail Patient empathy Team focus and ability to work independently
What's in it for you?
Will be listened too and supported Friendly, professional organisation. Ongoing Training and Support Excellent Salary + super + holiday pay + sick pay Opportunity to work alone and in a team Opportunity to work in Aged Care
If you have the relevant experience and skills please don't hesitate
APPLY NOW
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For a confidential discussion call Anthony on *****18 + click to reveal
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Anthony, quoting Ref No. 142345 or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
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About Aegis Aged Care
 
Providing quality care services for 30 years, Aegis Aged Care is passionate about using innovation and imagination to continually improve the care, quality of life and living environment of the people who live with us.
Located in the heart of the Claremont community, Aegis Alfred Carson provides quality care and services for up to 90 residents in a modern and homely living environment.
 
 
 
About the role
 
An exciting opportunity has arisen to be a part of the team at Aegis Alfred Carson on a Full-Time basis (Monday to Friday) as a Physiotherapist.  .
In this important role, you will:
Conduct care assessments Deliver holistic, individualised pain management treatments Provide contemporary evidence based physiotherapy treatments Supervise a team of Therapy Assistants
New graduates are encouraged to apply
 
 
Benefits
 
Aegis Aged Care offers a competitive remuneration package along with family friendly hours which will leave your weekends free.
 
You will be joining a progressive and dynamic company where your contribution will be valued. You will enjoy being part of a supportive multidisciplinary team where you will have access to learning and professional development opportunities to progress further in your career.
 
Staff enjoy working at Aegis Alfred Carson because of its supportive and friendly working environment. Aegis offers a comprehensive orientation program both at a facility and corporate level which will see you excel in your role.
 
 
How to apply
 
For further information regarding this opportunity, please contact Jane Grlusich, Senior Physiotherapist – Pain Therapy on *****00. + click to reveal To lodge an application please click "APPLY" now.
 
 
 
 
Innovation and Imagination in Caring
www.aegiscare.com.au
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ABOUT THE ROLE:
Part time 0.5 FTE Mercy Mental Health, Footscray Operating as the 'Occupational Therapist voice' within a busy multi-disciplinary team you will ensure the client's needs are assessed and met from an Occupational Therapist perspective. In the unit you will assist in further developing how the team operates effectively and efficiently within a person-centred approach Access to discipline specific supervision and support through the network of occupational therapists within the service An internally facilitated education program

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/)
 
ABOUT US:
Mercy Mental Health supports people in south west metropolitan Melbourne with severe and complex mental illnesses by providing acute and community-based care. Services are available to adults through acute inpatient programs, residential rehabilitation programs and crisis and community recovery-focused treatment programs. We also offer inpatient and community specialist perinatal mental health services to women and infants in western Victoria.
Mercy Health is a Catholic organisation employing over 7000 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.
 
THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT WILL HAVE:
Registered, or eligibility for registration, with AHPRA as an Occupational Therapist Energy, enthusiasm and a passion to work in the mental health arena Experience as a Occupational Therapist, in a mental health, or related, clinical setting A person-centred approach in thinking and practice, with an strong understanding of the recovery concepts The ability to design, implement and evaluate therapeutic group programs in an acute environment Efficient and effective time management and clinical prioritisation skills. Complete assessments and interventions with awareness and consideration to clinical reasoning within the acute mental health environment

At Mercy Health we embrace diversity and foster an inclusive culture where individual differences are respected and valued. Mercy Health encourages Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples to apply.
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:  Brodrick Chidavaenzi, Nurse Unit Manager, *****00 + click to reveal or *****@mercy.com.au + click to reveal
Quote Ref No: MMH 74
Applications Close: Sunday, 8 October 2017
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Our Organisation
Leapfrog Ability is a person-centred disability service provider delivering unmatched humanity, innovation, professionalism and experience. We offer a selection of complementary core services, including Therapeutic Services, NDIS Plan Coordination and Group Learning Programs, and as a longstanding, local team of caring individuals, we are proud of our status as the leading support provider to people living with a disability.
We are an organisation of passionate contributors who work collaboratively to create an environment where families and individuals feel inspired to conquer some of life's greatest challenges. Due to ongoing changes in our industry, we continue to grow and are currently seeking a talented and experienced Occupational Therapist to join our team in Wyong.
The Opportunity
Working with a small yet powerful team, this much anticipated new addition will be directly responsible for supporting people living with a disability; providing them with the skills, confidence and networks to lead more independent lives.
We are an organisation that really values collaboration and this role will allow you to test your creativity. With a diverse caseload, you will be working out and about in the community, supporting your clients and their family and providing a holistic and lifelong approach to their care.
You will work alongside a diverse, talented and passionate group of Health Professionals and be offered rewarding professional development opportunities along the way. 
Specifically, this includes:
Independently managing your own case load; Working across the age range with services in both a clinic and natural environments; Undertaking a range of assessments and providing interpretations and insights; Leading therapy sessions to address key areas of functional challenge; Analysing clinical records for relevant information and maintaining clinical files; Developing home programs, tailored to suit each individual; Prescribing specialised adaptive equipment; Providing training and support to carers, teachers, staff and allied health colleagues to help improve the lives of children and adolescents; Educating youth workers and carers, in appropriate intervention strategies; and
Liaising with external agencies in regards to your clients where appropriate.
You
Our ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years experience as an Occupational Therapist, hold relevant tertiary qualifications and be a registered member of AHPRA. 
You will be a passionate individual who shares our values of teamwork, fairness and impartiality, honesty and respect. You will be someone who thrives in an environment that is both collaborative and independent, and you will display the highest degree of professionalism and accuracy in all aspects of your work.
Previous experience working in disability care would be an advantage.
Your Next Step:
Please click "Apply" to submit your cover letter and resume and be considered immediately for this role. For further enquiries, please contact Effie Lambos on *****77. + click to reveal
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Introducing Konekt
At Konekt we have a clear vision of what we want to achieve over the coming years. We're passionate about creating an injury-free workplace by 2025.
 
With the belief that work is good for all, our purpose is to maximise workforce participation and safety. With a mission to be Number 1 in Care, we know that our values of integrity, personal impact, innovation, customer focus and financial sustainability means that we are well on our way to creating real change for Australian.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Case Management of injured Defence Members with the goal to return them to their pre-condition role.  Planning, coordinating and implementing innovative rehabilitation programs to aid the Members through their recovery and return to work.  Building strong stakeholder relationships to facilitate a positive outcome for all parties that is within SLA requirements.   Provide expert injury management and prevention advice to assist Members to reduce the risk of injury and associated costs.   Case conferencing with treating medical officers and allied health clinicians. Undertake Ergonomic Assessments, Manual Handling Training, FCEs, Pre employment Medical Assessments and Worksite Assessments.
Who you are:
AHPRA or ESSA registered. Must have completed Comcare workplace rehabilitation provider training. Relish the prospect of being a person who is inspired to make an impact to the lives of others. Experienced in rehabilitation, clinical or occupational health settings. Exemplary communication skills and the ability to build relationships with a range of people. Business acumen and the motivation to achieve financial targets.
Why join the Konekt family?
Everyone's motivations are different but these are the top reasons that our current staff stated: 
A supportive national network of Leaders and mentors across the health profession. Konekt is an ASX Listed company with an annual incentive scheme. Konekt offer and promote many different career pathway advancement opportunities internally through to national placements across over 50 offices, just ask us more! At Konekt we pride ourselves on our ability to positively impact the community by returning individuals back into the workforce. We live and breathe these values everyday!  A competitive salary, pool car, iPhone 6 and laptop, and the opportunity to purchase extra leave. Learning and development and reward and recognition programs. Be apart of something bigger! At Konekt we partner with Soldier On, a charity focused on supporting the reintegration of contemporary returning defence force members back into society. Konekt adopts an obvious work hard, play hard culture!  
For a confidential discussion on furthering your career with Konekt, please call Jenny Tran, on *****45 + click to reveal or email your application directly to *****@konekt.com.au + click to reveal
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• Flexible working conditions
• Supportive team environment
• Gain experience working in aged care
This role will see you working across both the pain management program and completing functional assessments, where you will have the ability to assist the residents in maintaining their independence, mobility, and quality of life.
An added advantage, there are no late nights, no weekends and Vivir Healthcare strives to provide a supportive and flexible environment.
This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to gain some experience within residential aged care whether you are a new graduate or an experienced physiotherapist. We provide a comprehensive online induction, the ability to work alongside another Vivir Clinician and our dedicated Regional Operations Manager will provide support both face to face as well as via phone.
What this role can at can offer you:
• Monthly professional development sessions
• Great pay rates
• Fantastic work life balance
• Great career progression
• Relocation support for the right candidate
To be considered for this role you will:
• Hold a current registration as a Physiotherapist or an Occupational Therapist with AHPRA
• Demonstrate high-level quality clinical care
• Have a passion for delivering superior service and making lives better
For more information or to apply please contact Annalinde at *****@vivir.com.au + click to reveal or call *****80 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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• Flexible working conditions
• Supportive team environment
• Gain experience working in aged care
This role will see you working across both the pain management program and completing functional assessments, where you will have the ability to assist the residents in maintaining their independence, mobility, and quality of life.
An added advantage, there are no late nights, no weekends and Vivir Healthcare strives to provide a supportive and flexible environment.
This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to gain some experience within residential aged care whether you are a new graduate or an experienced physiotherapist. We provide a comprehensive online induction, the ability to work alongside another Vivir Clinician and our dedicated Regional Operations Manager will provide support both face to face as well as via phone.
What this role can at can offer you:
• Monthly professional development sessions
• Great pay rates
• Fantastic work life balance
• Great career progression
• Relocation support for the right candidate
To be considered for this role you will:
• Hold a current registration as a Physiotherapist or an Occupational Therapist with AHPRA
• Demonstrate high-level quality clinical care
• Have a passion for delivering superior service and making lives better
For more information or to apply please contact Annalinde at *****@vivir.com.au + click to reveal or call *****80 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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Several Allied Health Professionals required for Aboriginal Health Service in remote Queensland. The locums will run from 9th October until 8th December. We require:

Exercise Physiologist x1 Physiotherapist x2 Psychologist or Mental Health Professional (Psych, OT or SW) x2 Podiatrist x2
   This is a primary health care setting involving outreach to communities in the area. These roles are suitable for experienced clinicians, who are confident working independently. Working hours are Monday – Friday, from 08:30 – 17:00. The clinic treats all ages and a mostly indigenous population.

The service covers:

Maternal and child health Chronic disease Care Coordination Social and Preventative Health Headspace
   Accommodation is provided. Locum rates are dependent on experience. Driver’s license preferred
  
The Allied Health team includes a number of professions, including:

Occupational Therapists Exercise Physiologists Physiotherapists Podiatrists Psychologists Mental Health Professional (OT, SW or Psych)
   Urgent role! I am actively recruiting for this role now, for more information please contact Rachael Dunne on *****59 + click to reveal or *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au + click to reveal
  
   
  
Not registered with HCA Allied Health? Join now and receive a 10,000 HCA Rewards points bonus when you work for 8 weeks as a locum or secure a permanent role with us. Worth approx $400 to choose your own reward from travel, electronics, luxury items. Contact us for details on all of our vacancies.
  
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Several Allied Health Professionals required for Aboriginal Health Service in remote Queensland. The locums will run from 9th October until 8th December. We require:

Exercise Physiologist x1 Physiotherapist x2 Psychologist or Mental Health Professional (Psych, OT or SW) x2 Podiatrist x2
   This is a primary health care setting involving outreach to communities in the area. These roles are suitable for experienced clinicians, who are confident working independently. Working hours are Monday – Friday, from 08:30 – 17:00. The clinic treats all ages and a mostly indigenous population.

The service covers:

Maternal and child health Chronic disease Care Coordination Social and Preventative Health Headspace
   Accommodation is provided. Locum rates are dependent on experience. Driver’s license preferred
  
The Allied Health team includes a number of professions, including:

Occupational Therapists Exercise Physiologists Physiotherapists Podiatrists Psychologists Mental Health Professional (OT, SW or Psych)
   Urgent role! I am actively recruiting for this role now, for more information please contact Rachael Dunne on *****59 + click to reveal or *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au + click to reveal
  
   
  
Not registered with HCA Allied Health? Join now and receive a 10,000 HCA Rewards points bonus when you work for 8 weeks as a locum or secure a permanent role with us. Worth approx $400 to choose your own reward from travel, electronics, luxury items. Contact us for details on all of our vacancies.
  
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About Recovre
We are a national, industry leader; providing outstanding health, safety, injury management, advisory and employment solutions for over 30 years. Put simply, our aim is to help people from prevention to recovery. Due to exciting growth, we are looking to expand our award-winning team. So if you are passionate about making a difference, this could be a fantastic opportunity for you!
About the Role
As an experienced and highly motivated Rehabilitation Consultant you will undertake discipline-specific assessments, manage a caseload of compensable injuries and develop rehabilitation programs. This is your opportunity to work in a great team of people committed to making a difference by helping people to be safe, healthy and productive at work.
About You
You'll need a degree in Occupational Therapy with AHPRA registration or a degree in Exercise Physiology with ESSA accreditation, the ability to self-motivate and self-manage, and a strong team ethic. Workplace Rehabilitation or Clinical experience desirable but not essential.
What We Offer
• Ability to balance a career with your personal commitments
• Opportunity to work from home
• Relocation assistance
• Committed management and administrative support
• Structured on-boarding process
• Performance incentive program
• Study assistance and individual learning & development plan
• Paid parental leave (up to eight weeks in additional to GPPL)
• Laptop, mobile phone and access to office pool vehicle
We make a difference…
Recovre is proudly an Equal Opportunity Employer. www.recovre.com.au
To find out more information about our innovative benefits, please contact Matthew Bassingthwaighte on *****95, + click to reveal via email at *****@recovre.com.au + click to reveal or visit www.recovre.com.au
 
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Be recognised, be challenged, be part of a incredible team, be your best.
The Opportunity
Currently we are seeking dedicated and driven Physiotherapists to join our team working across the Residential Aged Care setting across Melbourne on a casual basis in October/November
What we Offer
Regular work with variety Flexible working arrangements, hours to suit your life Work within small teams of professionals Be part of an organisation that's having a positive impact on our wider community.
About you 
Positive attitude and motivating you're empathetic and compassionate Team player and Autonomous Resourceful Well developed interpersonal and communication skills
Duties and Responsibilities
Rehabilitation, neurological, cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal conditions Falls prevention, strength and balance training Pain management treatments and 1:1 Private consultations Individualized circuit and gym based classes
We're passionate about your career
We support innovation, career growth, and open collaboration. Though we have 100+ employees we have maintained a family culture, working in the fastest growing employment sector in Australia. We are looking for enthusiastic and passionate people to join our driven team providing quality care.
Visit our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com.au/TransformPhysioAgedCare
All team members receive comprehensive training and support to help you adapt to the aged care and community environment.
Visit our Facebook Page at Transform Physio - Facebook
How to Apply
Click APPLY, or contact Stephanie Hassan for further info:
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• Flexible working conditions
• Supportive team environment
• Gain experience working in aged care
This role will see you working across both the pain management program and completing functional assessments, where you will have the ability to assist the residents in maintaining their independence, mobility, and quality of life.
An added advantage, there are no late nights, no weekends and Vivir Healthcare strives to provide a supportive and flexible environment.
This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to gain some experience within residential aged care whether you are a new graduate or an experienced physiotherapist. We provide a comprehensive online induction, the ability to work alongside another Vivir Clinician and our dedicated Regional Operations Manager will provide support both face to face as well as via phone.
What this role can at can offer you:
• Monthly professional development sessions
• Great pay rates
• Fantastic work life balance
• Great career progression
• Relocation support for the right candidate
To be considered for this role you will:
• Hold a current registration as a Physiotherapist or an Occupational Therapist with AHPRA
• Demonstrate high-level quality clinical care
• Have a passion for delivering superior service and making lives better
For more information or to apply please contact Annalinde at *****@vivir.com.au + click to reveal or call *****80 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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Adelaide Location New Grads Welcome to apply!  Full Time, Part Time and Locum Opportunities!  Attractive Salary on offer!  
An exciting new opportunity has arisen for Physiotherapists in Adelaide to support Aged Care facilities along with providing home care visits and support to the clients in the Adelaide region. This is a full time role and is needed ASAP. If you are willing to relocate to the area we can organise interviews to suit your needs prior to start. 
Essential Criteria
AHPRA registration or Limited registration as a Physiotherapist Experience within Aged Care facility is desired Ability to work in a diverse team  Communication skills must be of a high standard Home visit experience is desired Confident and confidence communication skills 
What is on offer?
Very competitve salary based on experience Join a vibrant and exciting team environment Career progression and training is on offer Flexible working conditions  
If this opportunity is something that interests you please don't hesitate in applying. Alternatively you can send an email to *****@sigmaresourcing.com.au + click to reveal or you can have a confidential chat about the position *****14.  + click to reveal