Healthcare Australia (HCA) is Australia’s leading mobile healthcare solutions provider. We have a highly-skilled multidisciplinary workforce nationwide, offer premium services and deliver best practice training.
About your new role:
This role is based in Moonee Ponds, the suburb is close to Melbourne’s CBD. A great suburb to work & live, with excellent restaurants & cafes, local parks & Moonee Valley racecourse.
You will need to be a caring & committed Physiotherapist, with a focus on quality care & building meaningful relationships with residents, helping them feel confident so they can reach their goals. You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, you will be responsible for delivering evidence-based programs to help our seniors find relief from pain, regain ability and mobility and get back to doing things that matter to them.
- Full time/ Part time & casual hours available
- Caseload – Pain management, rehab, mobility reviews, general referrals, new resident assessments, equipment prescription, etc.
- Opportunities to work across Residential/Community/NDIS/Wellness Centres
- Flexible working hours
- Starting bonus
- One to One training & mentorship
- $5,000 worth professional development fund, internal & external training & development
- Career Development – Clear pathways to leadership roles
- Supportive multidisciplinary team
- Gold standard credentialing – making us the safest employer in the market!
- Recognized tertiary degree
- AHPRA registration
- Full working rights
- National Police Check (dated prior to 1 February 2021) OR National NDIS Worker Screening Check (with online NDIS Worker Orientation Module “Quality, Safety and You” certificate)
- Current season Influenza vaccination
- Current COVID vaccination
Apply direct or please email your CV to Abigail Bickerton – Recruitment Consultant at
For a confidential discussion please call 029024 3214.
The future of aged care is bright!
HCA has been spearheading the trial and implementation of the new aged care funding tool (AN-ACC) since 2016. The exciting transition from ACFI to AN-ACC in October 2022 will see a focus on helping senior Australians achieve their restorative care goals through programs that align with the positive changes in the sector that promote innovation and quality services. These models also play to the strengths of the broader Physio and OT skill set.
Post ACFI programs will be delivered without the prescriptive nature of pain management. The therapist and resident will decide what works best to achieve their goals with a focus to improve resident functional ability.
This, in addition to HCA’s substantial growth in the community and NDIS space, will pave the way for unmatched education and training opportunities as preparations for the transition commence early next year.
Sounds like the role for you?
We'd love to hear from you, apply now and take the next step in your career!