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Physiotherapist - Everybodies Journey Physiotherapy - Nhulunbuy

  • Are you a dedicated and driven Physiotherapist?
  • Do you want autonomy in your role with excellent support?
  • Do you want to work in a modern clinic with a commercial gym attached? 

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Rural Workforce Agency Northern Territory
(RWA NT) are partnering Everybodies Journey Physiotherapy and Exercise (EBJ) to find a Physiotherapist to joint their multidisciplinary team. EBJ is a unique and fast-growing business in Nhulunbuy, East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. We are a physiotherapy private practice who services the township of Nhulunbuy while also contracting to Rio Tinto providing Occupational Physiotherapy, Laynhapuy Homelands and Miwatj Health and all supporting Aboriginal Health. Additionally, EBJ has an onsite Gym used for exercise classes, private rehabilitation of clients and a public gum.

The township of Nhulunbuy is in East Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. It is traditional Aboriginal Land owned by the Yolngu people and leased by Rio Tinto. The township itself comprises approximately 4000 people whom primarily work for the mine, the local hospital, schools, government agencies, or local Yolngu businesses. It is unspoilt, natural and culturally diverse environment with access to secluded pristine beaches fresh water swimming holes and incredible fishing and camping. Nhulunbuy is the perfect place for a laid-back lifestyle and is a town full of character, beauty, a great atmosphere and extremely welcoming people and families.

Key Responsibilities, but not limited to:

  • Reliably assess, diagnose and safely deliver physiotherapy services across a wide range of clinical areas and health conditions.
  • Design, prescribe and supervise rehabilitation.
  • Assess efficiency of treatment plans, modify and refer accordingly.
  • Practice duty of care, including meeting clinic standards and accountability.
  • Provide safe, effective, outcome driven clinical care through knowledge of scope of practice, referral pathways and communication with other stakeholders and treatment providers.

Essential Criteria:

To be considered for this opportunity, you must meet the below essential criteria:

  • Bachelor or Masters of Physiotherapy
  • AHPRA registration and appropriate professional indemnity insurance
  • More than 2 years’ experience working in Private Practice
  • Current first aid certificate
  • C Class driver’s license
  • Strong organisation skills and effective time management and planning strategies
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively meet KPI’s
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills, including excellent oral and written communication skills

What’s in it for you?

  • A competitive salary package on offer depending on experience.
  • Opportunities for career development and progression.
  • Education support grants and relocation support may be available for eligible candidates.
  • Opportunity to work with an experienced and dedicated multidisciplinary team.
  • A very flexible work environment.
  • A diverse and varied caseload providing unique and invaluable career experience.

If you are a Physiotherapist looking for a change of scenery and seeking an opportunity to develop your career we would love to hear from you!

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If you want to find out more about this unique opportunity or to find out other opportunities within Allied Health Industry in the Northern Territory, please contact Tom Richmond on 08 8982 1070 for a confidential discussion.

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