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Allied Health Professionals Register Your Interest Tasmania


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Physiotherapists | Occupational Therapists | Speech & Language Therapists | Psychologists Sonographers | Podiatrists | Audiologists | Chiropractors | Social Work

  • Play a vital role in delivering health services to improve people's health and wellbeing
  • Flexible work options, career progression and training
  • Permanent and contract roles available, with the opportunity to work in multidisciplinary environments

About the Area

Tasmania is quite popular and particularly attractive for Healthcare professionals because of its minimal traffic and commutes, work life balance, its close connection and proximity to the outdoors, and its growing café culture and "foodie" scene. Tasmania hosts several large festivals each year and is known for its heritage and history. Tasmania is known as the "Island of Contrasts" because of its spectacular views and variety of attractions. Tasmania's rich produce, sights, and tours are bound to give you a truly authentic food and drink experience, with the right blend of adventure.

What's on Offer

  • Pay in accordance to level of experience
  • Possible relocation assistance will be provided for Allied health workers from interstate
  • Employees have access to ongoing education training days, annual leave, sick leave, and long service leave
  • Full time hours part time, and contract work available depending on your requirements
  • Schedule of hours will be discussed in interview - based on circumstance
  • Give yourself the opportunity to teach and train others

Areas of Practice

  • Disability: Allied health professionals work with people with disabilities, and help them participate in everyday life and activities
  • Aged Care: Allied health professionals are an essential support to many older people. They help support them physically, socially, and emotionally to ensure their wellbeing
  • Chronic Disease: Chronic diseases are a major cause of illness and disability in Australia. However, with the appropriate allied health care the impact of it can be reduced a great deal
  • Mental Health: Mental illness is a big challenge of the community, especially during (COVID-19). Allied health professionals provide a range of interventions to help those with mental illness
  • Musculoskeletal Health: Musculoskeletal conditions involve muscles, joints, nerves, soft tissues, tendons, and ligaments. Allied health practitioners are key in providing the right diagnoses and treatment
  • Rehabilitative Care: Rehabilitation is an important part of recovery and allied health professionals are involved in delivering rehabilitation services

Current long-term working rights required. Sponsorship will not be available for these roles.

For more information about these roles please contact Ira Joseph for a confidential discussion on 0423 152 846 or email ijoseph@searsonbuck.com.au