Senior Physiotherapist - Pain Therapy and Manual Tasks
Welcome to Aegis
Aegis has been providing quality care services to West Australians for over 30 years. We are committed to providing excellence through imagination and innovation, providing a quality life for those who live in one of our 28 residences.
We are committed to supporting our employees who provide a high standard of care to our residents and their families. While working at Aegis, we will provide you with a range of benefits including:
- competitive rates of pay;
- ongoing training and opportunities for development and career growth;
- employee discounts from a number of trusted businesses;
- contributions towards your professional development.
About the role
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate and self-driven individual to join the team as Senior Physiotherapist - Pain Therapy and Manual Tasks.
Supporting a number of operational functions, this leadership role will assist in ensuring the relevant teams provide optimal expertise and value to Aegis operations. This group role will analyse data, monitor practice and seek feedback to make appropriate recommendations, provide support for POP and Manual Tasks to provide best practice care planning and programs that benefit all stakeholders.
This role assists the Therapy and Lifestyle Manager to lead the group Pain Therapy services, maintain Pain Therapy programs, as well as being the group’s Manual Tasks subject matter expert, setting standards, monitoring allocated care and service delivery.
- Strong leadership skills with the ability build strong relationships across all levels in the organisation.
- Ability to work autonomously and take initiative but must also be able to work collaboratively with colleagues.
- Critical thinking with ability to deliver well-reasoned and pragmatic solutions.
- Ability to communicate effectively with all stakeholders and build strong relationships.
- Strong time management skills and ability to manage conflicting priorities and meet tight deadlines.
- Proven skills in policy and procedure development and implementation
- Proven ability to identify opportunities for continuous improvement and drive positive operational and cultural change within the organisation.
- Physiotherapy qualification and AHPRA registration.
- Minimum 4 years’ Physiotherapy experience
- Experience within a rehabilitation setting.
- Experience in Aged Care (desirable).
- Proficient in MS Office Suite of applications, and computer based resident documentation.
- Have full Australian working rights and able to pass a national police clearance.
How to apply
To lodge an application, please click "APPLY" now with a copy of your resume and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role.
For more information, please contact Hilary Slade - Manager Clinical on (08) 6254 8200.