Allied Health Graduate Opportunities
Created with Graduate clinicians in mind, our Graduate Program will give all new Allied Health professionals the confidence and tools to step into their career with HCA confidently!
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Congratulations on completing your Allied Health degree. We are very excited that you have chosen to explore what a career with HCA could look like for you. Here, we can tell you more about life with HCA and about our graduate opportunities.
HCA Allied Health is Australia’s leading allied health service provider in Aged Care. We employ Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Osteopaths, Podiatrists, Speech Pathologists and Dietitians to make a positive impact in the lives of thousands within our growing team! We’re committed to quality, flexibility, education, and most importantly, our people.
HCA is a culturally aware, sensitive and inclusive workplace. HCA understands the importance of cultural diversity and offers employment opportunities to people from all walks of life. HCA seeks to provide meaningful opportunities through assisting ALL people, from any cultural background, of Australian or foreign descent, in their pursuit of sustainable employment.
Created with Graduate clinicians in mind, our Graduate Program will give all new Allied Health professionals the confidence and tools to step into their career with HCA confidently! Grads will be equipped with clinical and non-clinical support to ensure they feel welcome, comfortable and empowered to kick start their allied health career. Here’s a brief overview of what our graduate opportunities entail:
- Supported practice
- Regular check-ins from your manager
- Designated mentor to guide you on your new grad journey
- New grad specific professional development events
- Regular get-togethers with fellow grads
- Automatic progression upon completion of the program
- Generous salary and joining incentives
To be eligible for HCA’s Graduate Program, you need:
- Relevant tertiary education in Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Podiatry, Speech Pathology, Dietetics and Osteopathy
- AHPRA registration (or eligible)
- A keen interest in working to have a positive impact on someone’s life.
- Eager to learn in a social and friendly environment!
What do the clinicians that came to HCA as Graduates have to say?
Working for HCA has allowed me to do some pretty amazing things- I have travelled Europe and some parts of Australia that I hadn’t yet been. I recently worked in Cairns where I spent time exploring waterfalls, trying local restaurants, scuba diving and bungee jumping just to name a few!
Following graduation, I was able to gain employment with Healthcare Australia, where I am contracted out on a full-time basis to work at an aged care facility. I have been working here for 5 months now, and absolutely love it. I am able to collaborate with facility staff, families, and most importantly the residents here, to formulate and implement care plans to provide the highest level of care.
The coolest thing about my job right now is hearing all the stories from residents. I ask them questions about their family and their childhood, in turn, they ask me about mine. They tell me stories from their childhood that are very unique to their time. All these stories are being told while I provide treatment for them, which definitely makes treatment sessions more meaningful.