Community Physiotherapist

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Exciting role for a Community Neuro Physiotherapist in Auckland, specialising in neuro-rehabilitation. Professional growth and flexible work arrangements offered. Seeking candidates passionate about concussion, traumatic brain injury, and stroke.

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Community Physiotherapist
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Auckland CBD, Auckland
Healthcare & Medical
Full time


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Community Neuro Physiotherapist


Neuro-rehabilitation focus
Professional development opportunities
Full-Time/Part-Time, flexible working available

ABC is a leader in the field of brain injury rehabilitation in NZ and an accredited provider of community-based rehabilitation for a range of ages. We are looking for someone with a special interest in concussion, traumatic brain injury, and stroke.

The successful applicant will be working alongside clients and their whānau/family to provide community-based rehabilitation.

Are you a Physiotherapist with an interest in acquired brain injury or community rehabilitation and wishing to develop your clinical skillset?

Benefits of working for ABC:

Thorough induction and training into a new role.
Ongoing support for professional development including regular professional supervision, internal educational programs, and both financial support and study leave for formal professional development opportunities.
Healthy work/life balance with the ability to be flexible with working hours and some work to be done at home.
Reimbursement for Annual Practicing Certificate and Physiotherapy New Zealand membership.
Seasonal flu vaccinations.
Strong supportive IDT.
ABC has received accreditation from Immigration New Zealand and may be able to support international candidates onto the Accredited Employer Work Visa.

We are a growing team, with a strength in providing high quality and evidenced-based best practices. You will be supported to develop the skills needed to excel in this role with a thorough orientation and training program and we offer excellent opportunities for ongoing professional and personal development, great team environment, and flexibility in work hours. ABC offers competitive remuneration, including pay parity with public healthcare rates of pay ($58,513 to $85,204).

Applicants should have:

A minimum of 2 years’ postgraduate clinical experience
NZ registered Physiotherapist with a current Annual Practicing Certificate and driver’s license
Experience in neurology, and/or community-based rehabilitation.
Experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, orthopaedics, and pediatrics is advantageous.
Strong communication skills and be able to work collaboratively with clients, their whānau, and the interdisciplinary team to deliver client-centered rehabilitation.
Commitment to the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi through the implementation of Te Hekenga-ā-ora (ABC’s Māori Development Plan 2022-2025).

Are you interested, have the desired skill set, and looking for either full-time or part-time, ABC wants to hear from you!

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