Rehabilitation Medicine

Job Description

The Role
Senior Staff Specialist or Staff Specialist - Rehabilitation Medicine.

Contribute to the delivery of exceptional clinical services, catering to the medical and rehabilitation requirements of older individuals, and champion the provision of comprehensive healthcare.

  • 12.75% employer superannuation contribution
  • 17.5% leave loading

Other benefits include:

  • Motor Vehicle Allowance
  • Over-time and On Call Allowances
  • Attraction and Retention Incentive Allowance
  • Professional Development Opportunities

The Location
Explore a vibrant city bathed in abundant sunshine, where a mix of coastal charm, rugged landscapes, and lively urban scenes await your discovery. With diverse attractions ranging from inviting cafes to pristine beaches, there's always something new to explore in this captivating locale.

The Facility 
The Geriatric and Rehabilitation Services (GARS) offers a range of interdisciplinary services, both inpatient and ambulatory, through its purpose-built 16-bed facility situated in the designated area. The Rehabilitation Physician will collaborate closely with key leaders in the multidisciplinary team, such as the Nurse Unit Manager and the Program Coordinator.

The Requirements

  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia.
  • Fellowship of the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (FAFRM) and eligible for registration as a Specialist with the Medical Board of Australia in Rehabilitation Medicine.
  • Applicants with equivalent overseas qualifications assessed as substantially comparable by the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine may be considered.
  • High level of clinical knowledge, proficiency and skills in Rehabilitation Medicine.

Apply Today! or email your CV and cover letter to 

Phone call enquiries are welcome on 07 3071 9316.