Core Rehabilitation Consultant - Cerberus
As experts in workplace health, injury management and safety; Generation Health – part of the APM Group have an unrelenting passion to deliver the best quality services, at the highest standards to improve lives. Delivering services across personal injury and occupational health, we focus on recovery and function to get clients back to work and back to life whatever their age, stage or situation. Our personal injury division provides services through federal and state-based Workers Compensations, Motor Accident Schemes and Life Insurance
On this growth journey, we’re looking for talented and motivated Psychologists, Provisional Psychologists, Social Workers and Rehabilitation Counsellors.
About the role:
Working as a Rehabilitation Consultant, located in XXX, you will support people who have sustained physical injury by assessing their needs and providing effective solutions that sees them safely return to life and return to existing or new employment.
In this role, you will:
Conduct motivational interviews to support an integration back into life
Support psychosocial re-engagement
Provide an holistic approach to return-to-work
Facilitate discussions between workers and employers to repair and rebuild workplace relationships
Develop confidence in your clients to help regain existing, or find new employment
What’s in it for you:
Joining a COLLEGIATE and SUPPORTIVE team environment you will be provided a thorough induction process including ongoing shadowing with highly experienced consultants to enable your success.
Through the development of a PERSONALISED professional development plan, where you’ll be asked what you want from your career, you will have the opportunity for INTERNAL PROMOTIONS and TRANSFERS across the country and within the wider APM Group.
You are given the FLEXIBILITY and AUTONOMY to manage your own diary, set your own hours and work location. It’s almost like running your own business within the structures of a global health organisation!
You will also have access to laptop, mobile phone, access to pool cars, study leave, discounted private health membership, supervision support, social and community-based activities and the opportunity to purchase additional leave.
What will make you successful:
Current registration or membership with AHPRA or ASORC
Effective communications skills to portray your recommendations in medical reports
Experience in applying clinical reasoning and strategic thinking to support patient outcomes
Excellent time management and organizational skills
An unrelenting passion to help people rehabilitate
Ready to join?
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We're committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity
We welcome all people to join our team, including people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, living with disability, all gender identities, LGBTQIA+, people of any socioeconomic status, of any age, race, national origin or ethnicity. We believe each person’s uniqueness makes us even better at the work we do.
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