Position Classification: Physiotherapist Level 1/2
Remuneration: $1,292.52 – $2,081.54 per week
Requisition ID: REQ398644
Contact Details: Sonja Mestrom-Jones – 02 8738 4854 | [email protected]
About the Opportunity
Liverpool Hospital is recruiting for a Physiotherapist to complement and enhance the current Physiotherapy department.
Life at South Western Sydney Local Health District is rewarding, progressive and diverse and is always focused on achieving our Vision of Leading Care, Healthier Communities.
This is an exciting opportunity to join Liverpool Hospital Physiotherapy Department in a rotational level 1/2 role. Liverpool Hospital is a large, dynamic and fast paced hospital with multiple different clinical services and specialties. You would be joining a supportive team who places an emphasis on education, support and training.
What you’ll be doing
Where you’ll be working
Liverpool Hospital, founded in 1813, is the major health service for south-western Sydney, providing services to the local government area of Liverpool City Council as well as district services to residents and visitors in the area. It also provides a range of state-wide services in areas such as critical care and trauma, neonatal intensive care and brain injury rehabilitation.
The Hospital provides a health service of international standing, with 23 operating theatres, capacity for 877 beds, diagnostic and imaging services, emergency and trauma care, maternity, paediatric, cancer care, mental health, ambulatory care, allied health and medical and surgical services from birth to aged care.
Liverpool Hospital is a principal referral and teaching Hospital of the University of NSW and the Western Sydney University and also welcome students from over 20 universities and colleges.
- Current Physiotherapy Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
- Demonstrated broad range of relevant physiotherapy clinical skills and experience
- Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication, computer skills and time management skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.
- Demonstrated commitment to professional development and the application of evidence based practice
- Demonstrated knowledge and involvement in quality improvement activities.
Need more information?
Stepping Up – Close the Gap
Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal applicants understand how to apply for roles with NSW Health by clarifying the recruitment and onboarding process. If you are an Aboriginal person and wish to obtain more information about applying for a role within South Western Sydney Local Health District, please contact the SWSLHD Aboriginal Workforce Team on [email protected]
Workplace Giving Program
South Western Sydney Local Health District employees also have the opportunity to make a difference to help those less fortunate.
South Western Sydney Local Health District employees are able to enjoy the benefits of salary packing.
Transforming Your Experience
Transforming Your Experience (TYE) is SWSLHDs key strategy to always positively transform your, our patients, our consumers, our staffs and our communities experiences across our organisation and services. Our vision is that our care is always safe, high quality and personalised and all our staff are supported and empowered to achieve their full potential. SWSLHD upholds the CORE Values – Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment.
At South Western Sydney Local Health District we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, where we don’t just accept differences but we honour and support it. Committed to providing a working environment that thrives and values diversity, we encourage people of ️ Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander ️ background, people with a disability and people from the LGBTQI+ community to apply.
All NSW Health workers are required to have completed a primary course of a COVID-19 vaccine which has been approved or recognised by the Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA). New applicants must have completed the vaccination course prior to commencement with NSW Health, or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate certifying the worker cannot have any approved COVID-19 vaccines available in NSW.
SWSLHD is committed to driving a child safe culture that upholds children and young people’s rights. We strive to ensure children and young people feel safe, supported and included in their care. Existing staff of SWSLHD and those seeking employment are required to take the safety, welfare and wellbeing of children and young people seriously while taking action to keep them safe from harm and abuse.