Midwest - Exmouth

Vacancy Number: 1737

Physiotherapist

About the Role
  • Ningaloo Massage & Health Clinic have a current opportunity for a experienced Physiotherapist to join our team in Exmouth, Western Australia, near the Ningaloo Reef on a part time basis.This position would suit a locum or permanent physiotherapist. Enjoy Western Australia's pristine Ningaloo coast, with beaches, surfing, snorkelling and fishing on your doorstep.

    Our clinic is interested in independent and motivated Practitioners who enjoy working in a community environment and are passionate about “ Supporting a healthier lifestyle” for our clients.
Experience & Skills
  • APHRA registration as a physiotherapist
  • Minimum 2 years private practice experience required
  • Experience across musculoskeletal, pain management and womens health (desireable) Strong communication and customer service skills
  • Australian work rights
What's on Offer
  • Part time position of 15 hours (with ability to grow caseload)
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Compettive remuneration of $50 hour, plus superannuation
  • Subsidised accomodation can be provided
Practice Type Private Practice
Full Time / Part Time Part time
Days / Hours 12-15 hours per week
Map of Midwest

Midwest

Covering an area of some 470,000 square kilometres, the Midwest region extends from the outback to the ocean. The economic base for the region centres on mining, agriculture, fishing and tourism. Attractions include internationally recognised windsurfing beaches, wildflowers and a rich maritime history of mutiny and shipwrecks.

The region has a population of more than 50,000 people. More than half is based in the City of Geraldton, the region’s commercial, administrative and service centre, around four hours drive north of Perth.

The coastal part of the region enjoys a Mediterranean climate, while the inland experiences warm, dry summers and cool winters.

There are approximately 80 doctors in the region, including private general practitioners, specialists and doctors employed by the hospital and the Aboriginal Medical Service.