Physiotherapist | Sydney

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Permanent full-time role Excellent role in an aged care setting Attractive salary and employee benefits on offer Our client is a leading Not for Profit Organisation providing residential aged care, community, and independent living to frail aged in New South Wales and ACT. Due to continued growth, they are looking to expand their Allied Health Team and seeking to recruit an experienced Physiotherapist. Your role will be to provide physiotherapy services to our clients to improve and maintain their mobility and function.

You will be developing, implementing and evaluating group therapy programs and care plans, facilitating group exercise and working with a great team. You will apply your clinical reasoning skills, in order to achieve great outcomes for seniors and their families. To be successful, you will have; A tertiary qualification in Physiotherapy Current registration with AHPRA Strong leadership, communication and time management skills A current drivers license Full work rights in Australia Benefits Attractive salary and NFP benefits 5 weeks annual leave Ongoing training and work alongside other allied health professionals Opportunities for career development and step into leadership roles You will also benefit from professional support, mentorship, and regular continuing professional development.

New employees receive a thorough induction, ensuring you are equipped with the industry knowledge required to succeed in your role. How to Apply Forward your details by clicking on APPLY button . For a confidential chat call Darshan on 0408 287 448 or email darshanaushp.

com.au with any questions you may have..

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Australian Health Professionals
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15 Oct 2019

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