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Exciting Physiotherapist Position
Down South Therapy Services is a mobile transdisciplinary Allied Health Service that provides high quality Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy services to children, adolescents and adults throughout Perth's Southern Suburbs. Our commitment to understanding exactly what our clients needs and providing specialised and individualised service has built our reputation as a leader in services provision. 

Down South Therapy Services provides innovative therapy services to high and low functioning individuals of all ages both with and without diagnosis, through government and private funding. As a therapist with Down South Therapy Services you will provide Assessment and Intervention to individuals and groups at school, home, childcare/ daycare centers, residential care facilities and community organizations.
To be successful in this role you will need great organisational and time management skills, be confident working in an energetic and flexible environment, a lateral thinker with a passion for assisting your clients to reach their full potential and to achieve valued and meaningful goals through fun, functional and individualised therapy. 
 
Down South Therapy Services currently has a position available for the right Graduate to Senior Physiotherapist. 
 
Down South Therapy Services offers:
Highly Competitive Salary Amazing caseload variety and the opportunity to make a real and meaningful difference to your clients A wide range of training, support and career growth and development opportunities A supportive and enthusiastic team environment
 
If you have any questions and or would like further information on this exciting position please contact Jodie Heath on mobile *****18 + click to reveal or email *****@downsouththerapy.com.au + click to reveal  
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Work & Play The Ramsay Way and join a culture that recognizes and embraces diversity within the workforce 
Options for Melbourne metropolitan locations Casual Physiotherapy positions Work for Australia’s largest private health care provider  
As we continue to grow, we are always looking for passionate, energetic, highly motivated and experienced Physiotherapists to join our team. Our hospital locations, situated throughout Victoria, including central Melbourne and outer metropolitan centres provide a wide range of high-quality physiotherapy services.
Our genuine commitment to flexible working arrangements allows you time to pursue the things you love. With a vibrant multicultural society together with many options for good food and coffee, shopping, arts and sporting events, Victoria provides an excellent back drop to ‘Work and Play The Ramsay Way’.
Team members are valued and provided with a wide range of attractive national employee benefits. Check it out at http://www.ramsaycareers.com.au/Why-Ramsay/Employee-Benefits. In addition to this list, hospitals have a number of local arrangements to further benefit their staff. Our people are offered a competitive remuneration package and an opportunity to be part of a dynamic “can do” culture.
We hire people with energy who have a passion for our people and patients.  The company principles of The Ramsay Way - ‘People Caring for People’ is something we strongly believe in. This means we seek out those who will be committed to supporting others and building teams to achieve high performance.
Skills & Experience:
Current registration with AHPRA Minimum 3 years’ experience in an acute setting Understanding of scope of practice in line with relevant registration High standard of customer service with all stakeholders Proven ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently as required
For enquiries please contact:
Sam Dodd
Chief Executive Officer | The Avenue Hospital
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TO APPLY FOR THIS ROLE:
Click Apply Now and include a detailed CV and covering letter. Please specify which of our facilities you are interested in in your covering letter.
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We will not be accepting applications from recruitment agencies at this time.
This organisation promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children in line with our Child Safety Commitment Statement.
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CPL's team of allied health professionals deliver specialist therapy services for children and adults at the Rockhampton service, home, school or work, within the community and some outreach services across the region. We offer a broad range of allied health services including occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language pathology. The dynamic team customises intervention to provide early childhood intervention services, individual and group therapies, consultation and programming, prescription for equipment and communication aids, as well as education and training to empower the community.
In this exciting combined Speech and Language Pathologist / Team Leader role, you'll be reporting to the Area Manager in our Rockhampton centre to provide and lead the Allied Health team in providing clinical support to clients with various disabilities across the lifespan, delivering a high quality service to support them to achieve their goals and live the life they choose with passion. Many of our clients are seeking to achieve their goals through NDIS plans.
Your responsibilities will include
As a Team Leader;
Ensuring delivery of hours of service committed to, as per Client Service Agreements Ensuring productivity targets are met by the Allied Health team and provide support with caseload management Providing supervision and daily operational support to the Allied Health team
As a Speech & Language Pathologist;
In this rewarding role, you will provide high quality therapy intervention to a broad range of clients across the lifespan. You will work closely with client families and other team members in order to facilitate opportunities for valued and inclusive lifestyles and enhanced independence. This innovative role allows you to work as part of an interdisciplinary team and receive clinical support and internal and external development opportunities.
Skills & Experience
Team Leadership experience and skills Tertiary qualifications in Speech & Language Pathology Registration with Speech Pathology Australia Knowledge and skills in therapy practices required for working with clients with a physical disability Ability to work in a team and great interpersonal skills Hold a current C class driver's licence
Benefits
Join our team in our new CPL Allied Health Centre! Lead a team and develop your people management skills further in an NDIS environment Competitive remuneration package Option to package a vehicle or use a pool car Salary packaging benefits 2 weeks additional annual leave Life-style flexibility Clinical support and continued professional development
Please note: Applications to close by Friday 8th June 2018, unless filled prior..thanks
To apply, please submit your CV, cover letter and selection criteria in the attached position descriptions. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Paul Cooper on *****74 + click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 732686. Job File 1 :  Position Description: Team Leader Job File 2 :  Position decription
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The Role
We are seeking an Occupational Therapist to join an established Not-For-Profit organisation on the Sunshine Coast. From Monday - Friday you will be working within aged care facilities and in the community providing ACFI and pain management treatments as well as advising on equipment prescription and developing care plans.  
This is no average Aged Care service - The main Rehabilitation Centre boasts a heated pool (best on the Sunshine Coast), a fully equipped gym and private health chambers. More than just OT pain management, you will be a part of a team keeping residents of the Sunshine Coast active and mobile. 
The Benefits 
Up to $90K  5 weeks annual leave  10% SUper  Salary Sacrificing Stunning Sunshine Coast Location 
The Organisation 
This health service has been established on the Sunshine Coast for over five decades. This also means all internal decision making is done so on a local level. This NFP has experience Physiotherapists and OT's on-site and takes time to mentor new OT's promoting quality care over quantity.   
APPLY NOW 
For the chance to work in one of Australia's most sought after locations click 'APPLY NOW" or call Jordan on *****29 + click to reveal or E-mail *****@cmr.com.au + click to reveal.
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ABOUT THE COMPANY.
A collaborative multidisciplinary Allied Health provider, servicing Aged Care facilities and the community around Australia. With the company’s dominance of the Healthcare industry, employees are provided the opportunity to grow and develop with their opportunities being endless, and the support of highly skilled practitioners. The organisation has grown significantly over the last few years, partnering with one of Australia’s leading private health insurers to ensure the delivery of exceptional healthcare.
ABOUT THE POSITION.
Working alongside an array of healthcare providers, you will be delivering a variety of clinical treatment to the geriatric community. The collaborative nature of the company allows practitioners to work beside senior Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapist, Podiatrists, Team Leaders and Clinical Managers, allowing for professional development.
DUTIES.
Conduct comprehensive patient assessment Implement and organise pain management and functional therapy Provide rehabilitation and falls prevention Develop innovative treatment plans
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
Degree in Occupational Therapist  Full AHPRA registration National Police Check or eligibility to receive one Ability to work in a collaborative and team environment
CULTURE
With its highly collaborative environment and focus on staff morale, the organisation is well known for its outstanding company culture. Staff is provided the opportunity to work alongside highly experienced senior practitioners. With the company’s national presence, employees are provided the best opportunity to progress both personally and professional with an amplitude of clinical exposure and treatments.
  
BENEFITS
Enjoy a change of scenery servicing multiple facilities within Tasmania and New South Wales Strengthen your practical knowledge working in different clinics alongside industry leaders Opportunity to become a permanent employee
HOW TO APPLY.
Click ‘Apply for this job’, or contact Chloe Nakad on (02)…show number for a confidential discussion.
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ABOUT THE COMPANY.
A reputable and well established Allied Health provider, supporting Aged Care facilities and the community all around Australia.  The organisation has grown significantly over the last few years, partnering with one of Australia’s leading private health insurers to ensure the delivery of exceptional healthcare. The flat management structure ensures that their multidisciplinary team receive the highest level or mentorship, while promoting a collaborative environment.
ABOUT THE POSITION.
Working alongside an array of healthcare providers, you will be delivering an ample caseload of clinical treatments to facility residents. The collaborative nature of the company allows practitioners to work beside Senior Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist, Team Leaders and Clinical managers, allowing for professional development. You will play a pivotal role in the well being of patients, providing both pain management and functional treatment to enhance the comfortability of life. 
DUTIES.
Conducting comprehensive patient assessment Implementing and organising pain management and functional therapy Providing rehabilitation and falls prevention Developing innovative treatment plans
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE.
A degree in Physiotherapy Full AHPRA registration National Police Check or eligibility to receive one Excellent written and verbal communication
CULTURE.
The company is known for its outstanding business culture. They have a keen desire to promote professional and personal development by providing CPD allowance. The collaborative environment allows employees to work alongside talented and skilled practitioners all around Australia. With a high level of staff morale, the company organises regular staff outings and functions.  
  
BENEFITS.
Have your accommodation and flights paid for Join a welcoming and supportive team for a period of time Strengthen your clinical and practical knowledge with recognisable industry leaders
HOW TO APPLY.
Click ‘Apply for this job’, or contact Chloe Nakad on *****99 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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Physiotherapist
Limited Registration (*Currently living in Melb/Victoria, already has Interim Certificate - eligible for Limited Reg) Based 50 minutes from Melbourne CBD - Western suburbs Excellent Competitive Rates of Pay Full-time Permanent role Private Practice Setting General MSK and busy caseload Supervision available
Are you a Limited Registration Physiotherapist living in Melbourne/ Victoria, looking for a Private Practice Setting and an employer who will nominate them and offer supervision? This is a great opportunity to join a fantastic Private Practice Team in a well established clinic offering general MSK with a busy caseload.
About the role.
A fantastic opportunity for a Limited Registration Physiotherapist to join a fantastic team in Private Practice CPD and In-house Training Opportunities are also open to those with Full Registration living in the Western Suburbs Clear Career paths to build your expertise as a Physio *Candidates with Full Registration looking for Sponsorship will also be considered
Essential Skills/Experience
Physiotherapy degree and experience Limited Registration AHPRA Interim Certificate waiting for nomination by an employer Current- Police and Reference Checks, ready to work.
Essential to be considered for this role:
* Must already be living in Australia in Melbourne/Victoria (Candidates currently living overseas will Not be considered)
* Must live near the Western Suburbs of Melbourne (1 Hour from CBD)
* Must have Interim Certificate and be looking for a an employer to nominate, or already hold Limited Registration
* Excellent Spoken and written English
To apply: Please email your up to date C.v to *****@sugarmangroup.com.au + click to reveal
Sugarman Allied Healthcare will proactively work on your behalf to secure you the best opportunity based on a tailored approach designed to understand your individual needs.
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CPL's Allied Health teams deliver expert therapy services for children and adults at home, school or work and in the community. We offer a broad range of Allied Health Services such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech pathology, equipment and communication aids as well as early childhood intervention services. Our innovative signature group programs allow participants the flexibility of a fun, interactive therapy environment and diversified therapy strategies.
Based in Townsville, you'll be part of multidisciplinary Allied Health team, providing therapy to people with a disability across the age span.
Physiotherapist - responsibilities include:
Providing quality, family-centred physiotherapy services facilitating opportunities for valued and inclusive lifestyles for our clients Providing physiotherapy information and liaison for clients, families and their networks in order to enhance client independence, decision-making, rights and access to relevant services Contributing to physiotherapy evidence based practice and/or research activities Undertaking the identification, development and delivery of CPL Fee for Service services Maintaining professional and ethical standards in achieving quality client outcomes Undertaking other responsibilities as required and directed by the Allied Health Manager
To be successful you will have:
Process expertise with a collaborative, customer-focused and innovative approach Completed your Bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency Working knowledge and skills in therapy practices essential for working with clients with physical disabilities Interpersonal skills required to develop and foster relationships within a team and the ability to work autonomously Sound problem solving, analytical skills and business acumen High levels of optimism, energy and enthusiasm
Benefits:
Join an established, multi-disciplinary Allied Health team Additional annual leave pro-rata Competitive remuneration package Option to package a vehicle or expense own vehicle Salary packaging benefits Life-style flexibility Clinical support and continued professional development
CPL as an employer:
CPL - Choice Passion Life is a non-profit organisation providing services for people with physical disabilities so they can lead the lives they choose. CPL offers services every day, at every stage of life and has been doing so for over 65 years in thousands of homes, schools, communities and workplaces in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.
CPL's Values of client focus, respect, inclusion, integrity, excellence and courage underpin a Vision of an inclusive society for all people.
Our Allied Health team is professional, collaborative and hungry for innovation to enhance our clients' lives. Our clients are at the core of everything we do. CPL's generous and flexible salary packaging options are on offer, along with a fun and unique environment to embrace and drive change.
Applications to close by Friday 8th June 2018...thanks!
To apply, please submit your CV, cover letter and selection criteria. For more information contact Paul Cooper on *****74 + click to reveal. Job File 1 :  Position Description
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CPL's Allied Health teams deliver expert therapy services for children and adults at home, school or work and in the community. We offer a broad range of Allied Health Services such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech pathology, equipment and communication aids as well as early childhood intervention services. Our innovative signature group programs allow participants the flexibility of a fun, interactive therapy environment and diversified therapy strategies.
Based in Cairns, you'll be part of multidisciplinary Allied Health team, providing therapy to people with a disability across the age span.
Physiotherapist - responsibilities include:
Providing quality, family-centred physiotherapy services facilitating opportunities for valued and inclusive lifestyles for our clients Providing physiotherapy information and liaison for clients, families and their networks in order to enhance client independence, decision-making, rights and access to relevant services Contributing to physiotherapy evidence based practice and/or research activities Undertaking the identification, development and delivery of CPL Fee for Service services Maintaining professional and ethical standards in achieving quality client outcomes Undertaking other responsibilities as required and directed by the Allied Health Manager
To be successful you will have:
Process expertise with a collaborative, customer-focused and innovative approach Completed your Bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency Working knowledge and skills in therapy practices essential for working with clients with physical disabilities Interpersonal skills required to develop and foster relationships within a team and the ability to work autonomously Sound problem solving, analytical skills and business acumen High levels of optimism, energy and enthusiasm
Benefits:
Join an established, multi-disciplinary Allied Health team Additional annual leave pro-rata Competitive remuneration package Option to package a vehicle or expense own vehicle Salary packaging benefits Life-style flexibility Clinical support and continued professional development
CPL as an employer:
CPL - Choice Passion Life is a non-profit organisation providing services for people with physical disabilities so they can lead the lives they choose. CPL offers services every day, at every stage of life and has been doing so for over 65 years in thousands of homes, schools, communities and workplaces in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.
CPL's Values of client focus, respect, inclusion, integrity, excellence and courage underpin a Vision of an inclusive society for all people.
Our Allied Health team is professional, collaborative and hungry for innovation to enhance our clients' lives. Our clients are at the core of everything we do. CPL's generous and flexible salary packaging options are on offer, along with a fun and unique environment to embrace and drive change.
Applications to close by Friday 8th June 2018...thanks!
To apply, please submit your CV, cover letter and selection criteria. For more information contact Paul Cooper on *****74 + click to reveal. Job File 1 :  Position Description
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Overview
Employment status: Full-time, Permanent Closing date: COB Tuesday 5 June 2018 Department: Aged and Disability Location: Glenroy (or as otherwise directed) Contact: Thomas Gauci Title: Team Leader,  Specialist Multidisciplinary Program Contact phone: *****09 + click to reveal Contact email: *****@merrihealth.org.au + click to reveal Position Description: Senior Physiotherapist
About the role
An exciting opportunity exists for an   innovative, enthusiastic and dynamic Grade 3 Senior Physiotherapist to join our team at Merri Health in a full-time permanent role within the Specialist Multidisciplinary Program at Merri Health. The Specialist Multidisciplinary  Program, funded through the Commonwealth Home Support Program(CHSP),  is a new multidisciplinary aged care service   at offering two unique services:
The Specialist Memory and Dementia Service: an early intervention service for clients diagnosed with dementia or self-reporting cognitive decline utilising strengths-based framework. Rapid Reablement Service: provision of goal-focussed, intensive and time limited allied health services for eligible clients. 
You will be responsible for providing   high quality, evidence-based, expanded-scope physiotherapy assessment and management   for older clients in the community referred to either service stream within   the Specialist Multidisciplinary Program. This role also provides the opportunity to contribute to the development, implementation and promotion of   the Specialist Multidisciplinary Program at Merri Health.  
Merri Health is one of the largest community health services in Metropolitan Melbourne serving a diverse local   community. By joining us, you will be part of one of the most progressive and innovative community health services in Melbourne A career at Merri Health   offers outstanding opportunities for personal and professional development.   Our organisational values of Motivate, Engage, Respect, Respond and Innovate underpin   the way we work together as  a strong,   dedicated multidisciplinary team providing health support and services to the   expanding communities of Melbourne's North.
This position offers:
Attractive salary packaging and a range of benefits exclusive to Merri Health staff Networking opportunities with tertiary, secondary and primary care providers Continuing professional development Close relationships with Universities supporting student clinical education
The role includes but is not limited to :
Deliver independent, high level Physiotherapy clinical services for clients with musculoskeletal and neurological disorders utilizing evidence based practice to guide clinical decision making. Actively contribute to the development of sustainable community based service models that divert people from hospital into community health physiotherapy services Provide high quality education and information to patients about  the management of their disorders, involving clients and carers in decision making and negotiating agreed plans and arranging appropriate medical and allied health follow up where required. Actively contribute to the development of professional and clinical standards, clinical practices, and work unit guidelines. Lead and participate in developing and implementing quality and service improvement activities that enhance the delivery of aged care physiotherapy services, and undertake clinical service development responsibilities as delegated. Actively participate in professional development, supervision and mentoring of CHSP physiotherapy clinicians and students to ensure the maintenance of professional clinical standards and general up skilling of staff Develop effective and productive professional relationships with external and internal stakeholders, demonstrating highly developed communication, negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
To succeed in this role you must have:
Essential
A current drivers license and be prepared to undergo a National Police Records check More than 6 years post graduate clinical   experience. At least 4 years rehabilitation experience in  subacute or community settings working with people with neurological   conditions, post stroke, dementias, balance and vestibular disorders, general   deconditioning and musculoskeletal conditions. Demonstrated knowledge and experience in planning, implementation and evaluation of service models and novel models of  care. Demonstrated high level interpersonal and   communication skills both written and verbal (including conflict resolution   and negotiation). Demonstrated ability to impart knowledge to staff   at all levels and across services, as well as members of the wider community. Demonstrated ability and experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrate leadership skills and initiative in   developing and promoting evidence-based clinical care. Innovative problem-solving skills. High level organisational skills and computer   literacy. Understanding of health structures and health   service interfaces. Including the interfaces between health care, services   for the aged and marginalised communities
Desirable
 Knowledge and experience of client-centred self-management   principles.  Involvement in professional groups associated with neurological   rehabilitation.  Possess knowledge and understanding of the cultural diversity of the   community.  Demonstrated knowledge of reablement approaches for older people.
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Permanent Part Time Position Working Three Days Per Week Kooyong Location Flexible Working Arrangements Generous Salary packaging Benefits
Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia. We work in partnership with Australians who are blind or have low vision to help them achieve the possibilities they choose in life.
We support more than 27,500 people of all ages and life stages, and circumstances. We do this through 28 Vision Australia centres in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia; 30 clinics; and through outreach programs in the Northern Territory and Tasmania.
An exciting opportunity awaits an experienced Paediatric Counsellor to join our team in Kooyong.
Responsibilities 
As a Paediatric Counsellor at Vision Australia you will: 
Provide individual counselling services or targeted group programs to Vision Australia clients and their families to deliver outcomes to particular issues. As required, act as the Primary Service Provider to coordinate the provision of services internally to clients and families and to liaise with external service providers to achieve desired outcomes for clients. Identify, develop and review information and resources; promote and represent Vision Australia regarding Counselling issues in relevant forums; develop and maintain internal and external networks. Provide professional development as appropriate to relevant parties. Monitor and maintain accurate, up to date client records in accordance with professional standards, Vision Australia policy and procedures and other relevant legislation including Disability Act. Continuous professional development including keeping up to date with new research and maintaining skills & knowledge level.
Requirements
To be successful in this role you will have:
Tertiary qualification in Psychology as recognised by the Australian Psychological Society (APS) respectively. Previous experience in paediatric counselling is desirable. Ability to adopt an integrated approach within your counselling style Knowledge and skills in working with children, adults and older adults. Experience in providing client support and Counselling services in person and/or through other communication mediums. Training and intervention strategies for individuals and groups. Strong planning skills including sound time management skills.
Working as part of Vision Australia you will enjoy a values based organisation with benefits including:
Friendly values based working environments Generous salary packaging options Exciting career paths Exceptional professional development opportunities Flexible working arrangements
We’re always on the lookout for energetic, motivated people who share our values to be Person Centred, Accountable, Collaborative, Commercially Focused and Agile.
Do you want to become a part of a team that supports a future where our clients have the opportunity like never before to live the life they choose? Please select the 'Apply' button below to be taken to our online application process.
Applications should consist of a full resume and a cover letter. Candidates should address the essential job competencies as outlined the position description and should also consider and be able to demonstrate Vision Australia’s organisational values which are central to the organisation’s culture. Applications should be uploaded as a word file. Please note pdf documents are not accepted for accessibility reasons.
As part of Vision Australia’s commitment to being an inclusive employer and embedding a culture where staff, volunteers and clients can be themselves and feel safe, and to protecting the best interests and safety of children and vulnerable people, successful applicants will be subject to a number of pre-employment checks including criminal history and working with children.
For more information about working at Vision Australia go to www.visionaustralia.org/careers 
We encourage applications from candidates who are blind or have low vision.
Enquiries: Melissa Stewart
Ph: *****97 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/06/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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AOTS is an Occupational Therapy practice delivering service across Melbourne, offering complete community OT assessments and treatment.  The highly professional team at AOTS also treats clients within a clinic setting for specialised upper limb rehabilitation.  Due to ongoing demand for AOTS services we are looking for part time and full time qualified OTs with community experience. Experience in upper limb rehabilitation is not essential but can be incorporated into future caseload. 
 
Responsibilities and Accountabilities
 - Managing varied community caseload including home safety assessments, specialised seating and equipment, carer training, ADL retraining, home modifications, community access, full assessments of client functional needs and carer support
 - Managing a range of clients affected by various conditions such as ABI, stroke, spinal cord injuries, orthopaedic injuries to name a few.
 - Working autonomously with minimum supervision  as well as working closely within the team environment
- Managing a broad range of stakeholders and working with funding bodies including NDIS, TAC, STR, DVA, DHHS 
-  Developing and implementing upper limb rehabilitation using innovative computer / robotic therapy devices and Constraint Induced Therapy
 
Desired Qualifications and Experiences
 - Current AHPRA registration
-  Minimum 3 years OT experience  
 - Excellent problem solving and organisational skills
 - Computer knowledge
 - Outstanding communication skills
 - Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
 - Strong stakeholder management and Client Relationship Management skills
 - Current drivers licence and car
 
In return you will receive
- Mentoring/supervision from senior team members
- Professional development opportunities
- Competitive remuneration and allowances
 
If this opportunity sounds like an exciting career challenge that aligns with your personal goals and expertise, we want to hear from you. To discuss the opportunity more in details please contact Kelli Balloch on *****03 + 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 Bella Vista clinic.
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-*****33 + click to reveal502269
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Are you an Allied Health professional looking for an exciting Team Leader or Senior Rehab Consultant role in Newcastle? We have 2 x Growth roles with a National Rehab Provider.
Their USP? You have access to a pool of Technical Experts in Workers Comp, Life-insurance, CTP, tender writing, business development including Account Management and Comcare - you and your team have access to this amazing knowledge pool.
If these roles don't meet your needs right now, would you please forward this email to someone that might be interested in them? We would greatly appreciate that. 
The Team Lead Role: $92K Base + Super + Bonus
Business Development including Account Management of VIP Accounts Complex Claims Management – Use this as a training tool for your teams Advise in setting and meeting branch and team budgets End to end Staff management including induction and on-going management Comprehensive and proactive Customer Relationship Management including product development Operational and strategic management of the Orange Branch
The Senior Rehab Role: $85K Base + Super + Bonus
End to end case management of claimants under Workers Comp, Comcare, CTP and life insurance frameworks Conduct a range of assessments including initial injury, Worksite, Functional capacity, ADL and Ergonomic assessments Conduct manual handling training, OHS and wellness programs
Requirements:  
Experienced occupational rehab professionals with Allied Health qualifications Experience with case management within Workers Compensation, Comcare, CTP, life-insurance and self-insurer frame-works is highly regarded Current Drivers licence is essential to be successful in this role
The Package:
Professional Development and quarterly in-services National career path-way Tools of trade: Pool Cars, mobiles, laptops, iPads, fuel cards
To be successful in these role, it is essential that you come from an Allied Health background and have occupational rehabilitation experience. 
Please contact Medijobs Australia regarding these exciting roles:
Renee: 0481 135 824 / Connie: *****05 + click to reveal
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Hit: Apply now! 
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About Aegis
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 Innaloo community, Aegis Shawford provides quality care and services for up to 102 residents in a homely and welcoming environment.
As members of the Aegis team, we collectively hold these values as paramount:
Positive Contribution Respect for ourselves and each other Integrity in our decisions and actions Dignity is a right of every person Excellence in everything we do.
 
About The Role
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Occupational Therapist to join the team at Aegis Shawford Lodge on a part-time bases, 2 days per week. Specific days negotiable during interview.
As an important part of the team, you will:
Be responsible for assessing resident’s physical and psycho-social functions. Plan and implement treatment and activity programs as appropriate to resident’s needs. Support and supervise a team of Therapy Assistants providing OT Programs. Ensure assessment notes are maintained and up-to-date.

 
Skills and Abilities
To be successful in this role, you will:
Have empathy with the aged. Hold a current and valid AHPRA registration as an OT. Have high levels of verbal and written communication skills. Be able to work independently and within a team environment. Previously worked in a similar role.                                                        
 
Benefits
Aegis Shawford offers a friendly and supportive working environment. Free off-street parking is available for all staff whilst also being close to public transport. You will be working alongside skilled and knowledgeable colleagues.
 
For further information, please contact Aegis Shawford on *****77 + click to reveal or click "APPLY" now to lodge an application.
Innovation and Imagination in Caring
www.aegiscare.com.au
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Do you have the drive to improve the quality of life for people with a disability and are genuine about making a difference to indiiduals, families and the wider community?
Multiple positions available Immediate start Flexible Hours to suit you The Role
Due to huge recent and continues growth our client is seeking experienced and passionate individuals that have a positive attitude to support individuals in leading a more independent and fulfilled life.
You will have the ability to assist people with:
Personal care Community engagement Respite Domestic assistance Learning support Behaviour Management & Intervention Locations including but not limited to:
Sydney CBD Western Suburbs Eastern Suburbs Parramatta Hurstville Sutherland Shire Inner West Ideally you will have:
Experience assisting individuals with disability Proven ability to work positively with people with a disability to achieve their goals Experience with behaviour management and Intervention Ability to follow and implement individual program plans Demonstrated ability to implement a person-centred approach Excellent documentation skills particularly case reports, progress summaries and incident reporting Ability to work flexible hours including morning, evenings, weekends and public holidays Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Reliable, proactive and confident in working with people with disabilities Current or willing to obtain:
Current CPR & First Aid, Working With Children Check (Paid) Police Check issued within the last 6 months Comprehensively insured car & valid NSW driver's license About Our Client

Zest Care is a Government approved In-Home Child Care and NDIS (Disability Care) Provider specialising in administering specialised care and disability support for children and adults across New South Wales.
With over 17 years of In-Home Care experience, Their focus is on the individual's needs and aspirations with the objective to promote wellbeing and choice.
What we offer
Great rates of pay (Above SCHADS Award) Ranging from $26.61 to 42.58 PH Penalty Rates Person centeredness is at the core of all that we do!
So, if you put NDIS participants and their well-being first and you want to truly contribute positively to a person's life
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Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position
Disability In Home Care Workers: Palm Beach - Mona Vale - Belrose - Frenchs Forest - Manly - Dee Why - Narrabeen, NSW
Your application CAN ONLY BE SUCCESSFUL IF you have a reliable motor vehicle to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Palm Beach • Mona Vale • Belrose • Frenchs Forest • Manly • Dee Why • Narrabeen
Providing work in your local area.
This is an energetic, service orientated, home and community health care company.
Seeking caring people to join our in home care team in the Northern Beaches area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable and have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance and transport.
CRITERIA:
Palm Beach • Mona Vale • Belrose • Frenchs Forest • Manly • Dee Why • Narrabeen
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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ABOUT OUR BUSINESS
Life Ready Physio & Pilates was founded on two key ideas. Firstly; providing quality physiotherapists with a great place to work, a great team to work with, the best tools and equipment, and investing heavily in their education will produce great patient care. Secondly; attracting, improving and retaining quality physiotherapists is the greatest privilege and best strategy for our company.  We believe that our clients receive the best care when we focus on our team first. Life Ready Physio & Pilates is therefore committed to caring for its people. If you are passionate, committed to great customer service, enjoy a dynamic team environment and feel like a new challenge, then these physiotherapist/Clinical Pilates instructor job opportunities may suit you perfectly!
You can learn more about our company in the video above or on our website - lifereadyphysio.com.au
 
OUR CORE VALUES
Passion Family Genuine relationships Proactive, not reactive Develop our strengths Embrace and drive change
 
WHAT WE NEED
We require two part-time or part-time building to full-time physiotherapists, ideally with Clinical Pilates experience, to join either our South Perth or Bayswater teams. 
 
WHAT YOU NEED
An Australian physiotherapy degree AHPRA Registration  Professional Indemnity Insurance  Previous experience working as a physiotherapist in a private practice setting Experience in Clinical Pilates (highly preferred) Open to being part a close-knit team, and help to add to the positive clinic culture Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
 
JOB TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Manage a caseload of predominantly private musculoskeletal patients  Work effectively as part of a team Receive and give regular feedback 
 
THE PERKS OF JOINING THE LIFE READY SOUTH PERTH TEAM
·       You will be working with an awesome team of physiotherapists and admin, in a clinic that prides itself on its strong team culture and vibe!
·       You will be taking on an existing caseload of both physiotherapy and Pilates patients
·       You will be working in modern and vibrant clinic, with state of the art facilities and Pilates equipment
·       Regular company-wide, internal clinic and one-on-one PDs and collaborative learning sessions, paid for by the clinic
·       Autonomy with how you want to treat, within evidence based practice, as long as your clients receive quality care and exceptional services
·       Regular clinic and group social events
 
To express your interest in joining our team at either Life Ready Physio & Pilates South Perth or Bayswater, we invite you to forward your CV and cover letter to our Managing Partner Tom Harrington - *****@lifereadyphysio.com.au, + click to reveal clearly stating which clinic you are applying for. 
 
Applications close 18th June, unless an appropriate candidate is found sooner. 
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Milton Physiotherapy is a well established and dynamic musculoskeletal physiotherapy practice incorporating musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy, pilates, massage and yoga. The practice is fully computerised. Milton Physiotherapy has a full time position become available. Opportunity to work with specialist and tier 2 musculoskeletal physiotherapists. Strong emphasis is placed upon mentoring and inhouse continuing education. Continuing education allowance also included. Above market remuneration package offered. We are looking for an enthusiastic physiotherapist with good communication skills. Private practice experience preferred but not essential. If you are seeking to work in a great team environment with excellent support and remuneration, please contact us and send your CV to *****@miltonphysiotherapy.com.au + click to reveal .
 
 
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Latrobe Regional Hospital, Traralgon West
Fixed Term
Latrobe Regional Hospital (LRH) is the major provider of specialist health services in the Gippsland region, east of Melbourne.  Our comprehensive range of services extends to emergency and intensive care, elective surgery, allied health, obstetrics, medical and radiation oncology at the Gippsland Cancer Care Centre, dialysis and aged care.
LRH has a number of outstanding facilities following a recent expansion. These include a cardiac catheterisation laboratory, large Emergency Department, endoscopy suites and modern and contemporary inpatient units. These complement extensive Allied Health amenities including a gym and pool.
LRH is the regional provider of mental health services in Gippsland. LRH Mental Health Service operates an integrated specialist mental health program across the region and provides inpatient and community mental health care for adults, children and young people and older persons.
Gippsland provides a fantastic regional lifestyle with easy access to Melbourne.
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic experienced Grade 1 Physiotherapist or New Graduate Physiotherapists.
Grade 1 physiotherapists have the opportunity to rotate through acute and subacute areas including acute medicine and surgery, orthopaedics, ICU, rehabilitation, outpatients, hydrotherapy, paediatrics and women’s health.
Rostered weekend and public holiday work as required.
The hospital is currently going through an expansion with 2 new wards and new ED/SSU being opened later this year.
This is an excellent opportunity for enthusiastic Grade 1’s to join our extensive and friendly multidisciplinary team.
The successful applicant will be supported by dedicated and experienced senior physiotherapists who will provide individual support. There is a comprehensive in service program, encouragement to complete external professional development and ongoing training.
For Further information regarding this position please contact Martin Allen, Physiotherapy Manager on telephone *****78 + click to reveal.
The successful applicant will be required to apply for and satisfactorily obtain a National Police Check and Working with Children Check. 
Latrobe Regional Hospital supports Equal Employment Opportunity by recognising and valuing inclusion and diversity. The hospital encourages all people from different cultures and backgrounds to apply for our advertised positions.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent applicants are encouraged to apply. Successful appointment will be based on merit and satisfactorily passing a Police Check and Working With Children’s Check. LRH’s Koori Health Liaison Officer is available to assist on *****31 + click to reveal or *****@lrh.com.au + click to reveal
 
Enquiries: MARTIN ALLEN
Ph: *****83 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 04/06/2018