About the Role
Seeking Allied Health professionals to join the team to provide support to people with injury, illness, disability or mental health conditions. As a Rehabilitation Consultant you will play an important part in assisting injured workers to rehabilitate and to return to work.
Duties of the role include:
Conducting a variety of assessments specific to your allied health background
Actively working with key stakeholders, including Workcover agents, medical and health practitioners and injured workers to effectively achieve RTW outcomes.
Development and implementation of exercise rehabilitation programs.
Experience & Skills
You will be a qualified Exercise Physiologist with relevant registrations
Prior experience working within Occupational Rehab highly regarded
Strong customer service focus
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
Current Drivers Licence and Vehicle as travel will be part of the role
Demonstrated track record of achieving results.
What's on Offer
We focus on outcomes and good rehabilitation programs
Manageable caseloads to ensure your client receives your full support
Quarterly bonuses to reward excellent results
Phone and ipad
Flexible work arrangements
Career development and opportunities all around Australia
Close team, great supportive culture and no micromanagement with regular social events to reward you for your hard work
Full Time / Part Time
The South West region of Western Australia offers great diversity, with beautiful coastal environments adjacent to ancient forests.
The South West region includes the major cities of Mandurah (population 67,000), Bunbury (population 60,000) and Busselton (population 31,000), with other towns including Collie, Manjimup, Harvey, Bridgetown and the well-known wine-growing centre of Margaret River.
The region is well-serviced by doctors and specialists and includes the major health centres in Mandurah (Peel Health Campus) and Bunbury (South West Health Campus).
The South West is popular as a holiday destination with coastal town populations swelling over the summer holiday periods and the inland areas being popular camping and adventure activity destinations.