About the role
Roles available in the Hunter, Central Coast and Sydney
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation. We’d love to support you in kick-starting your career.
About Recovery Station
Starting your career with Recovery Station will empower you to develop foundational skills in a supportive and innovative environment.
We are one of the largest private providers of allied health professionals for disability, mental health and aged care services across the Hunter, Central Coast, Sydney and the Illawarra regions.
We’ve been in the Allied Health industry for nearly 20 years and you don’t get that sort of longevity without the best of the best employees. We know that when we support our team, it means that they support our clients, which is what we are all about.
Our Grad Program
We believe that when you choose Recovery Station for your Graduate role, you are entrusting us with developing your core Physiotherapy skills that will form the foundation for an amazing career to come.
With this in mind, we’ve set out a structured, comprehensive 12-month plan that includes regular in-house training, in-field supervision and shadowing, supervision and training from experienced clinicians, a clinically diverse caseload, pathways to clinical specialisation and so much more.
- Flexibility to structure your career around your lifestyle
- A varied caseload within a strong multi-disciplinary team
- Access to relevant resources and innovative practices
- Continuing professional development (CPD)
- Full administration and IT support
- Our own All Company Training Day where you’ll receive loads of training and the latest in innovation
- Our program, The Feel Good Factor allows you to connect with the rest of the team on a monthly basis
- A Recovery Station Day of fun and connection
- Support to pursue and develop your own unique career pathway and so much more
In creating our grad program, we’ve built a team that is highly-skilled, fulfilled and effectively positioned to empower our clients to live a quality life. What could be more rewarding than that?
Commonly Asked Questions
Leaving Uni and starting your career can be daunting and we get that. We thought we’d put together some answers to commonly asked questions when it comes to our Graduate Program to help you understand what we have on offer.
What is the level of support that I’ll receive?
You’ll be allocated your own clinician who will provide mentoring and extensive supervision. You’ll receive field supervision and shadowing so you can observe experienced clinicians’ methods and test your new skills in a safe environment. Plus, you’ll be part of the grad team, so you’ll be connecting with other grads in exactly the same space as you.
Will I have minimum billable hours?
It’s important to understand that this is a community-based role and you will service a diverse & rewarding caseload, but you won’t be expected to have minimum hours or to attend client visits in the community until you are ready. This will be discussed with your Supervisor as you build your client base.
What does my long-term career pathway look like?
That is up to you! But what we’ll do is support you to ensure that you’re working toward and achieving your goals. This includes choosing your own specialities, undertaking training and having a caseload that suits your chosen career path.
What about remuneration?
Recovery Station offers a competitive remuneration package which we’re happy to discuss with you.
Is CPD included?
Absolutely! We know that when you’re starting your career, ongoing training and professional development is everything. In our program, you will have a full 12 months of training that is mapped out so you know what training you’ll be receiving and when. Our senior team is still receiving comprehensive training long after their grad program is finished!
- A comprehensive induction program
- Regular (and encouraged) connection to peers and mentors
The next step
If any or all of the above resonates with you then we’d love to hear from you. Please complete the details below or you’re welcome to call the HR team on 0493 469 501 if you’d like to chat.
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