Physiotherapist - Campbelltown

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Company: Northcott
Category: Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations
Published on 2021-07-24 19:16:17

Why work for Northcott?

  • We are a friendly, supportive and collaborative team in North Parramatta and the wider therapy team across NSW/ACT.
  • A family friendly workplace with flexible hours for staff to manage your home and work lives effectively.
  • Ability to negotiate working from home when appropriate to your caseload.
  • Formalised supervision, peer to peer support and attendance at regular therapy forums, as well as structured internal training and support.
  • 2 weeks paid Professional Development leave including some funding towards approved courses, seminars, etc.
  • 4 weeks’ annual paid leave PLUS a week of special paid leave and paid parental leave.
  • Multiple employee benefits, such as discounted gym & health fund membership, discounted motor vehicle services and entertainment cards.
  • Novated Lease Arrangement for vehicle if desired.
  • In this role you will:

  • Provide a high-quality Physiotherapy assessment and intervention service that is evidence based and solutions focused.
  • Manage a mixed caseload with complex and varied needs.
  • Be able to work with clients of all ages, their families and carers to identify strengths, skills and goals.
  • Use appropriate assessment tools and methods to assess strengths and areas of development, in order to identify suitable intervention strategies.
  • Be able to deliver therapy in a variety of environments, e.g. centre based, schools/preschools, group homes, homes and via telehealth.
  • Demonstrate and embody Northcott values; ‘innovative, respectful and brave’.
  • Contribute proactively to the ongoing development of professional knowledge and skills within the Physiotherapy profession.
  • Requirements:

  • Tertiary qualifications in Physiotherapy.
  • Current AHPRA registration.
  • Experience delivering evidence based therapy to a paediatric, adolescent and/or adult caseload.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a caseload and administrative responsibilities in an autonomous, efficient and effective manner.
  • An understanding of the NDIS framework and working within a fee for service model is desired.
  • Be able to work collaboratively as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills – written, oral and listening.
  • Demonstrate excellent computer skills.
  • Hold a current First Aid Certificate (including CPR) or willingness to obtain one.
  • Hold a current NDIS Screening Check that is less than 6 months old or willingness to obtain one.
  • Hold a current NSW Working with Children Check or willingness to obtain one.
  • Must have a valid driver's licence and willingness to travel as required.
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