What is Kurrajong’s

Allied Health Graduate Program?

Our Allied Health Graduate Program is an amazing opportunity to start helping in the real world with the support of industry experts.

We accept graduates in Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy in Wagga Wagga and surrounding locations including Griffith and Tumut. To be eligible you must be an Australian Citizen and be a recent graduate or eligible to graduate this year.

As a registered NDIS provider we are experiencing significant growth in demand for supports and services offered to babies, children, young people, and adults with disability.

We know that our staff are our greatest asset and are critical to ensure we can meet the future needs of people with disability in our community. We pay under the Health Professionals and Support Services Award 2010 and we pay 20% above this award rate.

What will I receive as part of the program?

Our multidisciplinary team loves what they do! Each day at work brings a new challenge and chances to collaborate and share knowledge. No two days are ever the same – you’ll emerge from the two year program as a well rounded professional with exposure to many areas of Allied Health.

As well as this, you’ll receive:

  • Two-year learning and development program
  • Ongoing employment and career progression
  • Excellent clinical supervision and support
  • Access to great facilities
  • Work as part of fun, interdisciplinary teams
  • Positive workplace culture
  • Competitive salary & graduate incentive payments 
  • Salary packaging incentives
  • Relocation assistance 
  • The opportunity to make a real difference!

 

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