Physiotherapist | Mobile
We have an exciting opportunity for a qualified Physiotherapist to join our small team who deliver the best patient care.
Working on a permanent part-time basis, you will work 2-3 days per week (with the potential to going to full time), 930am-530pm (or whatever hours work best for you) , and travel around Sydney’s North Shore (lower/upper north shore and northern beaches).
Please note: We do our best to keep your travel time to a minimum (aim for 15 minutes max between clients) and get you clients close to your home.
You will be required to travel and provide high quality physiotherapy treatments in a home environment, assess clients and maintain clinical records.
Benefits and Culture:
- Great Work-Life Balance – no late nights, weekends or public holiday work. 4 hours on average per day are clinical/hands on work. Finish seeing your last client around 430pm so you beat the traffic and have plenty of time to do your notes.
- Company Allowances – Receive a vehicle allowance, all equipment, and a company mobile phone.
- Professional Development – Up to a $1000 a year towards professional and personal development, with 2 weeks of on the job training provided. Any PD funds which are not used at the end of the year will be donated to your chosen charity.
- Career Progression –Opportunities to become a team leader or manager as the company is always growing
- Minimal Travel Time – We reduce the time you are on the road. We give you clients close to your home, and ensure most clients are only 5-10 minute drive from each other
- Social Catch Ups – Meet up as a team for social events to ensure that we get the chance to all be together in a social setting
- Autonomy: Be able to work with no one nagging you or looking over your shoulder. Do the work you love without the pressure of being watched or distracted.
- Downtime: Enjoy listening to music, podcasts, or audiobooks while driving. There are so many benefits to being a mobile physio as you embrace the downtime you get in the car between clients.
- Awesome lunch breaks: Check out a different cafe each day, or sit at the beach or a park to eat your lunch. Another great perk to being a mobile physio is the lunch breaks and how many amazing spots you can enjoy your break at.
Ideally, you’re a patient, caring and diligent individual who will treat each client as family. You’re also passionate about helping older people and people with disabilities.
You must also possess the following skills and experience
- Valid driver’s licence
- Current AHPRA registration
- Current National Police clearance certificate (or ability to obtain one)
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work with individuals from all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds
- Excellent time management skills
- Knowledge and/or experience in community physiotherapy preferred
- Experience with neurological conditions preferred