Physiotherapist - Aegis Montgomery
About The Organisation
The Aegis Aged Care Group has been providing quality care services to elderly West Australians for over 30 years with a passion in innovation and imagination to continually improve the care, quality of life and living environments for the people who reside with us.
In 2012, Aegis purchased the old Swanbourne Hospital after the iconic building having been left vacant and officially closed since 1986. This historic Perth landmark has been carefully transformed into a fully functioning 80 bed Residential Aged Care Facility which pays homage to the rich history of the site. This unique Facility recently opened in May, and is delivering servies in a Resident Directed Care Model.
The opening of this facility has provided new opportunities for staff who would like to be a part of an amazing project that will combine history and contemporary service delivery all in one. If you are looking for a role where you can engage in relationship based services to residents in a luxury Residential Aged Care Facility this role may be for you.
About The Role
An exciting full-time opportunity has arisen to be a part of the team at Aegis Montgomery as a Physiotherapist.
In this important role, you will:
- Conduct care assessments
- Deliver holistic, individualised pain management treatments
- Provide contemporary evidence based physiotherapy treatments
- Supervise a team of Therapy Assistants
Aegis Aged Care offers a competitive remuneration package along with family friendly hours which will leave your weekends free.
You will be joining a progressive and dynamic company where your contribution will be valued. You will enjoy being part of a supportive multidisciplinary team where you will have access to learning and professional development opportunities to progress further in your career.
How To Apply
- Complete the questions contained in the application below, then click Next to upload a copy of your CV.
- For further information regarding this opportunity, please contact Jane Grlusich, Senior Physiotherapist – Pain Therapy on 0426 228 400.