Allied health professional
- : Allied Aged Care
- : 18-May-2020
- : Cooroy QLD 4563
What do I need to be able to work as an OT or Physio?
Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapy
Own vehicle and current class "C" Queensland drivers license
Experience in aged care is highly regarded but not essential, and we welcome applications from new graduates and chiropractors. (Overseas practitioners are also welcome to apply as we have extensive support from senior OTs & PTs.)
Strong relationship-building, communication (written and verbal) and time management skills
Genuine sympathy and care towards patients
Excellent interpersonal skills and capacity to work productively in a team
You must be registered to practice as an occupational therapist or physiotherapist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (or have the qualifications for us to complete the registration) and pass a police check for working with the aged.
How do I apply to be part of the team?
Simply complete the Employment Application Form below and we'll be in contact if we have any available positions and are interested in interviewing you.
Please note that we receive a large number of high-quality applications. We will acknowledge your application however if you do not hear back from us after that it means you have not been offered a position. We do save resumes and CVs however unless you state you do not wish us to do so. We will let you know if another position becomes available.
Some of the benefits we provide to our staff include:
Structured and regular (paid) exceptional Professional Development.
Above award remuneration
Career progression pathways to higher earning/skilled positions
Skill-building work in a variety of settings in private practice, community, and residential aged care.
Flexible/family-friendly work arrangements.
What does a day in the life of an AAC allied health professional look like?
While our days are made up of lots of things, big and small, we believe that simple, small actions can have big results. As such, we place a lot of value in each small act of clinical dedication and kindness.
Each day will focus on providing individualised care to each client and, as such, requires a high level of compassion, technical skills, problem-solving ability, professionalism, reporting, and confidentiality. During this, you have the opportunity to build your skill level through participating in valuable professional development with our industry-leading portfolio of OT/PT-specific training for your portfolio - including hand therapy, mental health, pressure management, soft tissue therapy, splinting and much more.
This job provides a fabulous blend of autonomy and collaboration with your team members, with the balance of working in residential aged care and the community.
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