Community Physiotherapist | NDIS

Gorilla Jobs

This role is an exciting chance for either an experienced or early career physiotherapist within a rapidly expanding multidisciplinary team.

  • Individually tailored PD plan
  • Contained travel close to your home location
  • Intensive NDIS Training from industry-leading specialists
Are you passionate about helping people with a range of disabilities to live their best possible lives?

This role is an exciting chance for either an experienced or early career physiotherapist within a rapidly expanding multidisciplinary team. If you are dedicated to bringing about positive change to people's lives who need you the most and you value loyalty, this role provides a great opportunity!

This is a community-based role in the Greater Brisbane location working with a predominantly adult caseload. 

Permanent full-time position.

The Benefits
  • Extensive training for new graduates and experienced clinicians alike
  • Intensive NDIS Training from industry-leading specialists
  • Support, but no micromanagement!
  • PD Allowance
  • Regular team meetings 
  • Contained travel close to your home location
  • Individually tailored PD plan
  • Travel allowance
  • Choose your caseload spanning across children and adults
  • Flexibility to control your own community calendar
  • No weekend work! You really do get a great work-life balance!
  • VERY generous salary on offer for the right candidate
  • Teamwork makes the dreamwork! This is a team that has generated long-standing client relationships because they love collaborating with the greater community and other Allied Health Professionals!
The Role
  • NDIS caseload
  • Delivering high-quality assessments and evidence-based therapy to members of the community
  • Comprehensive report writing and document provision
  • Educate and communicate with individuals involved in the client’s care
Requirements/Skills
  • Tertiary qualification in Physiotherapy
  • Full AHPRA registration
  • Unrestricted Australian Working Rights
  • Vehicle and open license
  • Working with Children Check
Interested in this position? 

Apply now or email your resume to Brooke O'Mara (Allied Health Division) on b.omara@gorillajobs.com.au or call +61 468 305 280 to hear more about the role.

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