Graduate Exercise Physiologist / Graduate Physiotherapis

Sponsorship opportunities available for international students studying in Australia $55,000 - $60,000 salary guide  Learn from an experienced Manager 
The Company
Excellent training programs available for Graduates Limited travel required  Manageable case loads Attractive graduate 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:
Territory qualifications in Occupational Therapy; Alternatively, you may have studied Exercise Physiology or Physiotherapy with full accreditation to work in Occupational Rehabilitation under NSW WorkCover;   Industry registration is essential; Full driving license.
Full training will be provided, so 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
This is an exciting job opportunity, with the chance of becoming a valued member of our team which includes 2 Reception ladies and 5 Physiotherapists.You will be required to perform various administrative tasks involved in the running this successful Physiotherapy Practice. Previous administration experience is essential. Previous experience in a medical practice is desirable but not essential. Book-keeping experience is desirable.
Tasks performed in this role include but are not limited to:
Filing Typing Answering phone enquiries Making appointments Operating merchant facilities Banking Book-keeping Greeting Clients Billing Insurance Companies and chasing late payments
Please email you resume to ***** + click to reveal
About the business and the role
Carrie's Place Domestic Violence and Homelessness Service Inc. is currently recruiting for a Case Manager (60-70hours/fortnight) within the Lower Hunter Specialist Homelessness Service. This position will be paid at SCHADS Level 5. This program is based in East Maitland and covers the Maitland, Cessnock and Dungog LGAs.
Carrie's Place encourages applicants from all gender identities, ATSI and CALD backgrounds.
Skills and experience
Applicants must have: Tertiary qualifications in Social Science or related fields, and experience in homelessness and/or domestic violence case management.
Please email Jo Weatherstone at ***** + click to reveal or phone *****85 + click to reveal (contact details can be left on voicemail) for a package.
Applications Close COB Thursday 1st February 2018
We have an opening for a physiotherapist to work on a full time locum basis for a private practice in the north western NSW. We are looking for someone who has a keen interest in private practice musculoskeletal physiotherapy and the ability to work well in a team.. We aim to provide a high quality reliable consistent service to the people in the region. Varied Private Practice caseload
Plasters and some splinting
Sports Injury Management
Work with the local sporting teams available
Workers compensation
Hand injuries
Pre employment assessments
Functional assessments
Aged Care
Some neuro
Development of classes in areas of interest encouraged
Hours 38/week and are flexible
For further information and to express your interest please contact David Hunter at Medacs healthcare on *****90. + click to reveal
Looking for a challenge? Then why not consider joining our dynamic CSSD sterilisation team in Newcastle.
Responsibilities will includes:
Thermal disinfection inspection, packaging and sterilising of all instrumentation for theatre and other clinical areas Comply with AS/NZ standards *****14, + click to reveal GENCA Operate interpret and document all machinery operational requirements Report and document all quality activities Ensure priority of instrumentation and processes
The right candidate will have a good focus on continual quality improvement and performance outcomes.  Our facilities offer one of the states highest standards in healthcare and medical technology. We are equipped  with surgical, medical, oncology obstetrics and rehabilitation services.
Essential Criteria:
Sound knowledge of AS/NZ *****14 + click to reveal MUST HAVE Australian working rights - no VISA Sponsorships offered at this site Demonstrated knowledge of instrumentation Endoscopy reprocessing experience or willingness to learn Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills Exceptional organisational skills and attention to detail Intermediate computer literacy skills - including MS office and various data bases An interest in promoting best practice patient care An ability to work rotating roster, flexible working hours as required by the organization Proven ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently as required Willing to develop new skills Effective communication and interpersonal skills Evidence of commitment to own personal development
For further enquiries: Tauraa Exham *****00 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Healthcare Australia is inviting experienced Home Care Workers to register for casual positions in the Newcastle region within our growing NDIS Service provider division, to support clients in their homes and in the community.
Your duties will be to assisting clients in daily living, domestic assistance, personal care, transporting clients around and other requirements specified on their care plan.  Each day will be different and you will be working with clients in their homes on each shift during the week.
3-6 Months Experience caring for people with a disability of all age groups  3+ days/ week availability to work flexibly across the day (Shifts could include shorter AM/PM/Night duty shifts as well as longer shifts) Experience with providing Domestic Assistance and Community access activities Valid Drivers Licence and your own reliable transport First Aid certificate (dated within the last 3 years) CPR certificate (dated within the last 12 months) Current police check and current Working with Children Check (for paid roles)
Ideally, you will be a self-motivated, organised individual who is flexible and be able to work unsupervised 
If this sounds like you, please email a cover letter highlighting your suitability for the position and your resume to ***** + click to reveal or click apply.  
**Please note only suitable applicants will be contacted.
Become an integral part of a new customer focused claims service within an established insurer that will see you triage, assess and evaluate client customer’s health and injury concerns so that they can be directed to the appropriate claims specialist team.
The Role:
Newcastle: Monday – Friday (flexible working hours) 3 – 6 month contract Flexible start date Deliver optimal operational efficiency and customer satisfaction Triage, assess and evaluate worker’s health concerns and direct them to the appropriate claims team
About You:
Registered Nurse, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist with AHPRA / ESSA registration Experience in Allied Health or related industry In-depth knowledge of medical terminology, causation and symptomology Superior written and verbal communication skills Strong planning and organisational skills
Salary & Benefits:
$60,000 - $90,000 + Super (Pro Rata’d) Flexible working hours & supportive company culture Reward and recognition program
To apply, please call Medijobs on:
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Connie: *****05 + click to reveal
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The Company
This is a rarely seen opportunity for a passionate Coordinator of Support Officer with excellent communication skills to join a growing and successful Newcastle Disability Services organisation. This dynamic and values driven company are looking for an individual who is vibrant, and passionate about offering a first-class service, while also having strong management, organisation and communication skills to develop and grow this service in the community.
The Role
As the Coordinator of support, you will be responsible for the delivery of Support Coordination and Connection services. This position will be responsible for actively promoting the organisations Coordination of Support services and their point of difference. 
Key duties will include:
Providing high quality support co-ordination for NDIS participants who have complex and multiple disabilities. Facilitating implementation of all supports identified in a participant's plan. Strengthening participant's ability to navigate the NDIS and co-ordinate their supports Empowering participants to access and co-ordinate supports to enable each person to participate more fully in their community of choice Actively growing the Coordination of support services with service providers and the community Developing strong local networks with service providers. Assisting participants to identify the range of suitable supports and services in order to meet their individual goals identified in their NDIS plan. Working with the participant to link them into appropriate mainstream services such as housing, employment, education, health and community services. Get involved with how we will deliver services in the future, run with new ideas and provide valuable feedback and input as we prepare for the NDIS Get talking! Liaise and meet with community groups, government bodies, customers and their family to work towards individual goals of our customers
Experience, skills & background required
To be considered for this interesting opportunity the successful candidate will:
Ideally be degree qualified in (i.e. Social Work or Allied Health) or have another relevant qualification Prior experience in a Coordination of Support Services role and / or strong understanding of the NDIS and its service models A current valid Driver's License and ability to undertake travel. Satisfactory Police Records Check and Working with Children Check, prior to commencement Accurate record keeping and strong organisational skills The ability to create relevant reports to support the value of the service
Successful candidates will enjoy a range of staff benefits including flexibility to suit your work-life balance, continuous development and training, and genuine job satisfaction!
You will also get the unique chance to work for an organisation that truly cares about their clients and are driven to make a real difference. Take your career on a journey with Scope and work proactively with this organisation to achieve their mission!
If this sounds like the opportunity you have been waiting for, then apply today by clicking on the icon below.
For further information or for a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Monica Walmsley on *****22. + click to reveal
Registered Nurses
Endorsed Enrolled Nurses
Forster Private Hospital is currently seeking experienced Registered Nurses and Endorsed Enrolled Nurses for our Medical / Surgical and Rehabilitation Wards.
Essential Criteria:
Current Registration with AHPRA. Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Good time management skills A positive and enthusiastic attitude
Forster Private Hospital has a strong community relationship which is enhanced by our committed and loyal staff.
If you would like to join our fantastic team, please forward expression of interest and CV to:
Sharon Boyce EA
Forster Private Hospital
PO Box 4445
Forster  NSW  2428
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At OPSM we are passionate about opening eyes to the unseen. As a leading eye care and eyewear retailer, we have been looking after the eyes of Australians and New Zealanders for over 80 years. We are not your typical retail business. We are obsessed with eye care and offering our customers the confidence in how they see the world.
We are part of Luxottica Group, a global eyewear company with over 7,000 retail stores across 130 countries and brands like Ray Ban, Oakley, Prada and Burberry to name a few. Working with us means you are part of something bigger. 
At OPSM we are about innovation. We use the most cutting-edge products and technologies, and collaborate with an amazing collective of knowledgeable and experienced Optical professionals. As an Optometrist with us, you will get to work with world class technology including Retinal Camera, Visual Field Analyser, Non-contact tonometer, Corneal Topographer, Optos and OCT.
Currently, we have a number of positions available through Raymond Terrace suitable for both Graduate and experienced optometrists to join our passionate and motivated team. We can offer you access to great clinical and business ideals, the opportunity to work alongside other optometrists and support the optometry assistant program. You will also get to play a pivotal role in building loyal and trusting relationships with the community to grow the practice.
At OPSM we can offer you an opportunity to make a real difference in the way people see the world. You will be able to access many opportunities for continuing professional development through financially supported industry training, peer learning communities and product training. We offer competitive salaries and incentives to recognise your contribution, a generous product allowance for you to enjoy wearing our premium brands and other benefits too. You will also have the opportunity to join our mission to help the world see by participating in our OneSight outreach program.
Sound like the ideal role for you? Apply now or email ***** + click to reveal or e-mail ***** + click to reveal
Occupational Therapist
Forster Private Hospital is looking for an Occupational Therapist to become part of our dynamic multi-disciplinary Rehabilitation Team.  This position presents a rare opportunity for a full time position in the beautiful mid-north coast region, boasting a lifestyle and weather that is hard to beat. The hospital has a 25 bed Rehabilitation Unit with a Hydrotherapy Pool on site.
As part of our Allied Health Team, the Occupational Therapist will have varied case loads such as orthopaedic, amputee, neurological and falls prevention rehabilitation.  Along with community access, modifications, functional re-training, aide prescription, education, hydrotherapy and group exercise supervision.
Opportunity for professional development is an integral part of the department's program.
New graduates are encouraged to apply, and will be supported by our senior Occupational Therapist and the local Occupational Therapy Network.
Forster Private Hospital is the provider of choice for Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation services on the Mid North Coast.
Essential Criteria
Current registration with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (via AHPRA) Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to manage varied caseload Ability to work in a team environment Current NSW drivers licence Competence in Occupational Therapy service provision
Desirable Criteria
Experience working in rehabilitation Experience working in a group therapy setting
Applications close 28 January 2018
For a position description or further information please do not hesitate to call Aaron Eichner.  All written applications must address and meet essential criteria.  Applications must include CV and 2 professional referees:
Aaron Eichner
Allied Health Manager
Forster Private Hospital
29-41 South St, Forster NSW 2428
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Clinical Coder
Forster Private Hospital, part of Healthe Care Australia, is a 69 bed facility offering Medical, Surgical, Rehabilitation and Oncology Services.  Forster is located 2 hours north from Newcastle and boasts extraordinary natural landscapes including beaches, lakes, rivers, with many opportunities for outdoor activities amongst a friendly welcoming community and an enviable climate.  Our facilities include two Operating Theatres and a state of the art Hydrotherapy Pool.  We offer competitive salaries, flexible rostering & professional development support.
Through our expansion of our services, an opportunity exists for a suitably qualified and dynamic individual to assist within our clinical coding team.
Essential Criteria:
Certificate in Clinical Coding Classification (ICD-10-AM) Experience in hospital mainframe systems, eg Mastercare PAS, in conjunction with competent keyboard skills and MS office.
Desirable Criteria:
Degree in Health Information Management or equivalent Knowledge of Terminal Digit Filing Systems Knowledge of State and Commonwealth Legislation on Privacy & Confidentiality Experience in Electronic ICD10AM either Turbocoder or CodeExpert Experience with 3M Encoder software
Closing date:  9 February 2018:
For a position description or further information, please contact Lisa Walters.
All written applications must address and meet the essential criteria.
Applications must include CV and names of three referees to:
Lisa Walters
Administration Manager
Forster Private Hospital
29-41 South Street
Forster NSW 2428
Ph: *****33 Fax: + click to reveal *****50 + click to reveal
Email: ***** + click to reveal
Would you like to work in a role where you can make a real difference to the lives of Australians?
Are you interested in an opportunity that enables you to help shape a rapidly growing start-up?
Better Caring is a disruptor in the health tech sector, transforming the aged care and disability support sectors, by providing the first online marketplace where Australians can find and directly hire independent care and support workers. We're on track to become a big company that improves peoples' lives by making access to community support affordable and easy.
You'll be part of a broader team who are experts in aged care and disability. We are all super passionate about our customers, and hear first-hand how we are transforming their lives. We encourage our team to bring creativity, collaboration, and creative thinking to work each day. We thrive on finding solutions to complicated situations. Everyone is encouraged to share ideas and get involved. This is an opportunity to join a young, dynamic and ambitious start-up that is already attracting a great level of interest and investment.
The role
This role will involve implementing our Disability and Aged Care business and strategy in the Hunter region to ensure that Better Caring is the pre-eminent solution for consumers who want to decide when, where and what support services are provided to them, from whom and at what cost.
This role involves:
Strategic Leadership – using your industry knowledge to develop successful strategies for engaging with consumers and existing industry players to grow the number of consumers using our platform Product Management – work with the operations and dev team to ensure the Better Caring platform and offering meets the needs of people to be self-determining, empowered with convenient choice and control over their supports and their life Execution – execute within a fast paced environment to create the leading digital disability services platform in Australia, supported by operations, marketing and product development teams Community Engagement and Business Development – use your exceptional networking and communication skills to promote Better Caring among consumers, families, workers, advocacy groups and industry, delivering our mission of enabling great support outcomes, present at conferences, meetings and events and within media to shape the narrative. Industry Insight– keep abreast of industry changes and position Better Caring to take advantage of new regulations, innovations and approaches in the sector.
Your background:
You are a visionary, an exceptional networker and communicator with strong business acumen and with existing contacts in the community sector. You have strong detailed knowledge of and experience within disability and or aged care services and want to make a difference.  You have the drive and determination to lead change and meet aggressive growth targets, and experience creating successful strategies.  You are self-starter who is interested in working in a small, fast-paced team. Your key skills and experiences are:
Passionate about disability and aged care services and improving outcomes for consumers and support workers alike. A desire to innovate and lead change. Strong industry knowledge including a detailed understanding of the NDIS and CDC Strong foundation or background working with consumers with a disability or aged care supports. You have a grass roots working knowledge of the complexities and challenges of providing good support for clients seeking aged care or disability support. Strategic leadership and execution skills. Experience delivering growth through business development strategies. Talented networker and persuasive communicator and presenter. Strong knowledge of the disability and aged care sector, including an existing network of contacts within the industry. Experience in similar roles within other industries is also highly valued. Good computer skills and an interest in new technologies.
Working at Better Caring
At Better Caring we value our people and diversity. Making a difference is our passion. We offer a friendly and welcoming place to work at each day. We love celebrating success and wins as a team. Whether it's bring in your pet day, family day, celebrating National Day of People with Disability or Melbourne Cup, we celebrate in our own Better Caring style which usually involves lots of fun and food. If you would like to find out more about Better Caring please log onto our website at
This is one of the most exciting roles in Australia in the disability and aged care services sector, and we're committed to finding the perfect match.
People meeting the above criteria, including mature age workers and those with disabilities, are strongly encouraged to apply.
Please send a CV and cover letter to ***** + click to reveal Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
Vivir was one of Australia’s first providers of allied health care services at residential aged care facilities.
Vivir touches makes a difference over 20,000 times per year in the form of Nursing and Allied Health in Aged Care Facilities and in the wider Community.
Currently, we are looking for passionate Case Managers.
Responsibilities include:
• Providing Case Management for older people, and improve quality outcomes
• Develop and implement packages of care
• Make referrals where appropriate for clients requiring more support
• Creating in-depth assessments plans to prepare and support assistance in the home
• Tertiary degree in a related field
• Experience working in aged care or community in the last 2 years
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Strong problem solving
Competitive remuneration for the successful candidate.
Please submit your CV via the prompts or email to ***** + click to reveal or Kate can be reached on *****02. + click to reveal
About the Role:
Vivir Healthcare are currently seeking passionate and motivated registered nurses with a commitment to providing holistic care to the elderly, whilst working alongside talented and committed professional team members.
The positions are varied between Residential and HomeCare with a number of roster options.
The role will require you to:
• Supervise and manage the day to day activities of the care team
• Understand and apply the ACFI tool within an Residential Aged Care Setting
• Attending to Wound Care, managing Chronic Health and Palliative care
• Commitment to implement the facilities policies, procedures and standards
What this role can offer you:
• Access to continuous professional development
• Competitive pay rates
• Ability for career progression, and opportunity to move around within the organisation
• Excellent working environment and patient centric culture
To be considered for this role you will:
• Hold current registration as a Registered Nurse with AHPRA
• Demonstrate high level quality clinical care within the Aged Care setting
• Have a proactive approach with an ability to co-ordinate and mentor a team of staff
• Full work rights to work in Australia
For more information please contact Kate Kubus on *****02 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion, or email your resume to ***** + click to reveal
North Coast Community Care (NCCC) is part of the AAA Nextt Group, one of the largest national privately owned provider of in-home Aged Care, Mental Health, Disability and Child Care. 
People across Australia are receiving support from Nextt that enriches their lives and encourages wellness, strength and independence. Nextt provides support for those with a mental illness and those with a disability, the elderly as well as children, and busy families.
About the role:
NCCC is seeking a Registered Nurse to provide in-home nursing services to our clients in the Newcastle and Maitland region on a Permanent Part-Time basis. You will be on the road visiting clients in their homes and providing clinical care and support to them. This role will also include some office duties focussed on staff rostering and nursing administration.
RN Clinical duties includes: Nursing and health assessments; development of care plans; DVA nursing; HCP nursing; wound care.
About you:
You are someone who is genuinely excited about making a real difference to the lives of others.
Essential requirements for the role:
Current RN registration + minimum 3 yrs AIN/RN community experience or equivalent Current drivers' license (with current registration and comprehensive insurance) Clear national police check Current working with children's check Current First Aid Certificate Australian drivers licence, reliable vehicle and confident navigation skills Rostering experience Great communication skills Available to work both short and long shifts Mobile phone with internet access
Desirable criteria:
Aged Care, wound care, catheter care, dementia experience. Experience using computers Flexibility to work more days and hours and weekend work Ability to work North Coast Region (Taree, Forster and Port Macquarie)
The Nextt Group values diversity and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
To enquire about this opportunity please contact Jessie Glover, People & Culture Business Partner on *****, + click to reveal alternatively apply now!
Variety start times and shifts lengths
Lingard Private Hospital is located next to Merewether beach and 5 minutes from Newcastle CBD. Lingard is part of the Healthe Care Group of hospitals that formed in 2005 and is now the third largest corporate private hospital operator in Australia. Lingard is a leading acute surgical facility comprising of a busy surgical department with 7 operating theatres, active robotics program, level 2 intensive care unit, coronary care unit, cardiac catheterisation laboratories, a medical unit and a rehabilitation ward. The current building project is due for completion in March 2018. This project expanding the theatre complex to 9 operating theatres and a hybrid lab.
Lingard Private Hospital is seeking experienced RN or EN scrub nurses with high level orthopaedic, neurosurgical, ENT, vascular or bariatric skills.  
The hospitals expansion brings significant opportunities for the right candidate.
Essential Criteria:
Registered with AHPRA Strong interpersonal & communication skills A commitment to a team environment Demonstrated excellence in written and verbal communication Demonstrated commitment to customer service and quality improvement Recent post registration experience  Ability to work am/pm flexible shifts National Criminal History Record Check Working with Children Check
Desirable Criteria:
Post graduate certificate Perioperative Nursing
competitive salary flexible work hours Intensive training opportunities to develop Orthopedic skills Opportunity to study with funded university scholarship
Closing date:  Friday 26th January 2018
All written applications must address and meet essential criteria.  Applications must include CV and names of at least 2 professional referees.
Position Enquiries & Applications:
Anne Page
Perioperative Business Manager
Lingard Private Hospital
23 Merewether Street
Merewether NSW 2291
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We have a requirement for a locum General Practitioner to work in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales : 
5th February - 2nd March : may be split into blocks 
$150 per hour or 65% of billings     
Flights or fuel costs 
$1,000 travel allowance 
The location:    
With some of the world’s best wines, quality restaurants, exciting events and stunning World Heritage wilderness, the Hunter region north of Sydney is the perfect escape. All you need is a short break to discover wonderful experiences and enjoy a taste of the Hunter.
The Hunter region encompasses charming towns and villages, rolling vineyards and olive groves, and splendid national parks of the Hunter Valley, the Upper Hunter and Barrington Tops. You’ll taste some of the world’s best wines at cellar doors, including the acclaimed Hunter Valley Semillon.
Job description:    
You will be working as a solo GP at one or two of the three practices that this Doctor owned organisation  in the Hunter Valley region of NSW. 
You will be supported by a full time nurse at all times, and the appointment times are 15 minutes. Consultations are bulk billed. Software is Best Practice. 
Accommodation and flights/ fuel costs are available and the rate is $150 or 65% billings, whichever is greater. A car can be provided for Doctors travelling from interstate. 
Essential Criteria: 
Full specialist registration with AHPRA Be a permanent resident/citizen of Australia or New Zealand. Experience working in General Practice
To Apply:
Please call Sophia  on *****53 or + click to reveal email your resume directly to ***** + click to reveal
HCA is looking for an experienced Sonographer to join the well established medical practice centre at Hunter Valley Region. The role is an locum opportunity for 3 months ,starting ASAP.
You will have
 ASAR Registration  Ability to collect good quality scans whilst patient safety is kept to a high standard
You will receive $60-$90 per hour depending upon experience Accommodation provided
If you feel this is the next step for you, then please contact Peter Treacy *****97, + click to reveal *****49 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal