Physiotherapist - Grade 2

Job Details
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Department: Albury Wodonga Health
Work Type: Fixed term - full time
Job Function: Medical and Nursing
Classification: As per award
Work Location: Albury/Wodonga
Reference: VG/20180221_10
Closing Date: 25-Mar-2018
Salary Range: As per award
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: Physiotherapist - Grade Two PD_Dec2016.doc (Word, 844KB)
Job Specification

Contact: Melissa Lucas
(02) 6058 4567 or 0409 770 541

Position Details

Wodonga Campus

 Physiotherapist - Grade 2

Full-time, fixed term (maternity relief) contract


Albury Wodonga Health – Wodonga Campus requires a motivated and experienced Grade 2 Physiotherapist to join our busy Community Health team. This is a fixed term contract providing maternity leave relief from 21 May 2018 to 19 May 2019.

The position is based at Wodonga Hospital but is part of the integrated Albury Wodonga Health Physiotherapy Department.

The Grade 2 Community Health Physiotherapist provides specialist physiotherapeutic clinical services to community health patients of Wodonga Hospital. The successful applicant requires substantial experience and knowledge in the area of musculoskeletal physiotherapy and aquatic physiotherapy, excellent communication skills and commitment to continuing education and improvement of the community health physiotherapy services.  The position includes supervision of junior physiotherapists, physiotherapy assistants and physiotherapy students in community health physiotherapy.


AWH offers full orientation and training, salary sacrifice and the opportunity to be a part of a supportive and friendly team within a growing organisation.


Candidates meeting the following mandatory criteria are encouraged to apply:

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy or equivalent
  • Registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency
  • Current driver's licence
  • Demonstrated experience and expertise (minimum 2 years) in musculoskeletal physiotherapy


Salary and conditions of employment will be in accordance with the Allied health Professionals (Victorian Public Health Sector) Single Interest Enterprise Agreement 2016 – 2020.


Successful applicants will be required to complete appropriate Criminal Record Screening paperwork/processes in order for AWH to meet its obligations regarding screening for serious criminal offences (within and external to Australia).  Applicants unable to commit to this screening process should not submit an application for employment.


Successful applicants will be required to complete mandatory orientation modules using the AWH e-learning system prior to commencing employment.


This is a Category A position.  Successful applicants of Category A positions must provide evidence of vaccination prior to commencement.


AWH is unable to support applicants requiring sponsorship


More information


Please refer to the Position Description (see attachments) for more details on this position and required Selection Criteria.


Should you have any questions regarding this position, please contact Melissa Lucas, Physiotherapy Manager on (02) 6058 4567 or 0409 770 541.


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AWH is an Equal Opportunity Employer; we encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people with disabilities, young people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.


Apply via this website, go to 'Apply Now' (at bottom of page) to complete the Application Form. Please ensure that each Selection Criteria is addressed. Also ensure you attach a copy of your resume (including names and contact details of two professional referees). Other documents you feel are relevant may also be attached; however this is limited to 5 documents of no greater than 2 Mega Bytes.


NB if you experience any difficulties with this website or completing the application process, please email Please note this address is for enquires only and applications cannot be submitted via this email.


Applications not received via the Vic Government Careers system by the closing date will not be accepted.



Closing Date: Midnight Sunday 25th March 2018

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