Beaches Pelvic Physio is offering an exciting opportunity to join our rapidly expanding clinic located on the beautiful Northern Beaches of Sydney.
Based in Dee Why, nestled in amongst multiple Specialist and GP practices, this clinic offers you a fantastic opportunity to develop your career with a focus on the pelvis.
This is a part-time Women's, Men's and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist role with the opportunity to increase your hours over time if desired.
Being the only clinic on the Beaches specialising in treatment and management of the pelvis (and peri-natal women), our caseload is very varied but includes both internal pelvic dysfunctions (such as incontinence, urgency, prolapse and pelvic pain), external pelvic dysfunctions (such as lumbopelvic, hip and groin pain), peri-natal management (such as DRA, pre- and post-natal checks, safe return to sport and mastitis) and peri-operative management for both men and women (e.g. prostatectomy and gynae surgeries). Our clientele are the best you'll ever have, being motivated and health conscious, which allows us to strive for, and achieve, the best possible results. They range from teenagers to 90+yr olds, non-active to sub-elite athletes.
We have a satellite clinic within Bump Fitness, a gym for peri-natal women, and together with a strong 'word of mouth' referral base, work closely with Specialists, GP's (both regular and integrative), Physios, Chiros, Osteopaths, Midwives, Practice Nurses, Personal Trainers, Coaches, Yoga and Pilates Instructors, Psychologists, Massage Therapists, Naturopaths and Nutritionists, amongst others.
This is a broad role within the specialised area of pelvic physiotherapy and expertise in all these areas of treatment and management is not expected however, a willingness to learn is. You will receive 1:1 mentoring from the Principle Physiotherapist, Jenni Davies who is a Titled Sports & Exs Physiotherapist with 28 years sports physiotherapy experience (with the pelvis as her area of interest) and 10 years specific women’s, men’s and pelvic health experience. You will also be an essential part of our collaborative team of Pelvic Physios, taking an active role in our team learning. This is a dynamic process of sharing our expertise, developing knowledge and skills in your specific areas of interest and bringing innovative ideas to life within this rapidly growing area of practice. We encourage individual growth and use of your specific talents to develop or create new services within the clinic. It is expected that you will continue to attend external professional development courses/seminars/conferences and provide a very generous annual allowance to enable this to happen.
Our ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic, professional, hard working Physio with excellent communication and time management skills who is passionate about their job and loves working within a friendly, collaborative team. You will have AHAPRA registration and at least 1 years experience in women's/men's/pelvic health together with 2-3 years relevant musculo-skelatal/sports experience. Evidence of continued learning in this specialised area is essential. Men's health experience will be a significant advantage.
Remuneration is generous and negotiable dependent upon clinical experience.
Applications should be made in writing, including a C.V. with details of previous continuing professional development and at least 2 relevant references.