Physiotherapy, Myotherapy, Remedial Massage jobs in Richmond Melbourne

Physiotherapy, Myotherapy and Remedial Massage jobs in Richmond, Melbourne

Feb/March 2020 Senior Physiotherapist - We will be looking for a new Senior Physiotherapist to join us in February/March 2020

If you would like to apply for one of these roles please forward your CV and Covering Letter to addressing why you think you would make an Optimus Person.

If we don’t currently have any vacancies send your CV to our recruitment director, you never know what we might be able to post up here!

Are you an Optimus Person?

What makes an Optimus Person?

The most important things to us are the following:

Firstly - Personality & Communication Skills

Secondly - Clinical Skills

Personality & Communication Skills

We are firm believers in you can teach clinical skills but you can’t teach personality, if you don’t have the ability to communicate with a wide range of people then you’ll never make a great physiotherapist/myo/remedial massage therapist. Building rapport and building trust with your patients and colleagues are vital in any clinical outcome so if you believe you have outstanding communication skills read on.

Sports - 70% of our caseload is sporting injuries therefore you must love sports. Ideally you will have played yourself, you must understand the passion, drive and mentality of an athlete who wants to return to play. Being able to talk the talk helps build trust with your patient so this is vital in our selection process.

Clinical Skills

Having years pass since you graduated doesn’t necessarily make a great therapist.

If your a newly qualified therapist we look for those that have worked as Sports Trainers while studying, who have actively volunteered them time to shadow qualified physios and who have worked as physiotherapy assistants.

For those who are ‘experienced’ we look for those who continuously strive to learn more. As health professionals, our learning never stops so if you think you are done learning you are not for us. You must be willing to share your knowledge and get a real kick out of mentoring junior physiotherapists and placement students.