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  A well established and trusted Occupational Rehabilitation Provider is seeking a new team member to join their growing team. With a commitment to providing best practice rehabilitation and return to work solutions, they strive to ensure Australians achieve the wellbeing and health benefits of reentering the workplace. 
This is an outcome driven Provider who focuses on achieving the best results possible for their clients and offer ongoing training for the development of their staff.
Reporting to the Regional Manager, you will be responsible for:
  • Completing a variety of assessments on injured workers to ensure the correct interventions are identified (ie. initial, worksite, functional, adl, ergonomic and vocational)
  • Liaising with all key allied health and medical practitioners to establish diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and return to work requirements
  • Conducting regular reviews of return to work progress at the workplace
  • Liaising with employers to establish suitable duties and implement return to work plans
  • Helping injured workers to find employment
  • Maintaining good relationships with Insurers for the successful return to work of the injured worker
The successful candidate will demonstrate:
  • You must have a tertiary qualification as a Physio/OT/Exercise Physiologist (or a similar discipline)
  • A minimum of 12-18 months experience as a Rehabilitation Consultant 
  • The ability to autonomously as well as collaboratively within a team
  • A current driver's license and motor vehicle are essential
  • Strong computer literacy skills and outstanding interpersonal skills
  • A "can do" attitude with a proactive and fun approach to work

Please follow the application link today, or for a confidential discussion, please contact Danielle McMahon on 02 8256 5000 or at


Reference:JA-2287675Location:SydneyDate:13 March 2018

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