Physiotherapist - Kawana, QLD

Job Description

About Us:

HCA Allied Health is Australia's leading allied health provider across Residential Aged Care. As part of Healthcare Australia with 50+ years of legacy, we are proud to be at the forefront of Australia's healthcare industry.

The allied health industry is constantly changing, and we strive to be pioneers in embracing this change through innovation and ambition. We have a highly skilled multidisciplinary workforce nationwide with a keen passion for making a difference through their work with the elderly. It is through their services and the resilience of our residents that we aim to revolutionize allied health services across the country.

Come work with a company where you come first. Our team motto 'Stronger Together' is at the core of everything we do - a company culture of great employee satisfaction, fostering the best talent, prioritizing growth and most importantly, doing it all together.

Job description:

We're looking for a highly skilled and charismatic Senior Physiotherapist. You will work as the primary practitioner in HCA's Wellness Centre. This is a fantastic opportunity to consolidate your career as a leader and specialist in the gerontological field whilst maintaining a hybrid caseload of general population clients without long days or weekend work!

A Day in Your Role at a Wellness Centre:

Our HCA Wellness Centres are revolutionary purpose-built rehabilitation gyms adjacent to residential aged care facilities aimed at supporting the long-term health and wellbeing of the over 55s.

From greeting the early bird residents lining up outside the centre for their morning group strength and balance class to afternoons of 1 on 1 rehabilitation for the wider community and other clients to having small group pilates and exercise classes - your day at the wellness centre will be rewarding.

You will treat common geriatric conditions such neurological disorders, chronic disease, acute MSK injuries, joint replacements, cardiovascular disease, balance, and mobility issues.

More On the Role:

In this role, you will need to bring to the table equal measures of skill and passion with a particular interest in going the extra mile in the following ways:

  • Impeccable focus on providing quality care and understanding the needs of the elderly.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to build meaningful relationships with residents, families and more.
  • Be able to work with a multidisciplinary onsite allied health team and local GPs.
  • Caseload - Private clients, exercise classes, rehab, mobility reviews, general referrals.

The Support You Need:

You will get to work in a broad population of cases and a challenging scope with an abundance of internal support and career progression opportunities with HCA's expansive national opportunities.


  • Flexible working hours
  • All sessions conducted on-site, no travel required.
  • One to One training & mentorship
  • Professional development calendar of events hosted by leaders of the industry.
  • Career Development - Clear pathways to leadership roles
  • Supportive multidisciplinary team
  • Gold standard credentialing - making us the safest employer in the market!

What You'll need:

  • Recognized tertiary degree.
  • AHPRA registration
  • Full working rights
  • National NDIS Worker Screening Check (with online NDIS Worker Orientation Module "Quality, Safety and You" certificate)
  • Current season Influenza vaccination
  • Current COVID vaccination

If you or anyone you know is interested, please feel free to reach out for a confidential chat! 02 9024

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