Employment

Employment

Would you like to work at StGiles?


Working with StGiles is so much more than just work!

We provide you with the opportunity to join a team of like-minded people, working together to achieve our inspiring mission. 

StGiles is a recognised leader in helping Tasmanians live to their full potential by delivering comprehensive and contemporary range of specialised services to individuals and families.

Working with us, your knowledge, skills and experience will directly assist in making more life’s enriched. We are passionate and committed to developing the best person for the job, regardless of gender, age, race, family or caring responsibilities, disability and sexual orientation, identity or preference. It’s what we believe and part of our essence, as we only ever see the ability within.

We strive to promote and support the wellbeing of our employees through a number of workplace initiatives designed to achieve optimum work-life balance.

Our staff currently enjoy flexible start and finish times, part time and casual work, generous leave provisions, competitive salaries (with the extra benefit of salary packaging) a family oriented and supportive work place and being recognised as a valued team member with the ability to take advantage of further career advancement and development.

We’re always looking for people who possess a desire to see the best in people and display the right attitude and are committed to improving the lives of people living with disability.

We want people who are team players, self-motivated and prepared to strive for personal and workplace improvement. We value creativity and innovation. 

Join our Team: Register Your Interest   Application For Employment Form

 

Current Positions       

 

Physiotherapist – Full/Part Time – Negotiable, AHP level 1/2/3

Launceston, Tasmania

We are looking for a motivated physiotherapist to join our physiotherapy and wider multi-disciplinary team in Launceston This role offers the successful applicant an opportunity to work in a dynamic team comprising physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, psychologists and therapy assistants.

The caseload is a mix of children and adults with a variety of diagnoses. You will work with clients and their families to achieve goals, with a Multi-D approach to therapy, and in a variety of settings including our Therapy Centre, homes, sACchool and other community environments.

We also provide outreach services to some more rural areas in the north, allowing you to see more of our beautiful state Our Amy Road Therapy Centre offers a well-equipped, bright, family friendly, modern space in which to work. St Giles is a family friendly and flexible workplace.

Are you an individual who:

  • Has experience working with children and/or adults of varying and complex backgrounds (recognition is given to undergraduate experience)?
  • Is focused on family centred practise?
  • Has worked in a collaborative, adaptable and responsive team?
  • Has some knowledge of NDIS?
  • Is passionate to work to achieve the best outcomes for clients and their families?

Prior to commencing employment you will need the following:

  • Qualified physiotherapist
  • AHPRA registration ( or ability to obtain)
  • Current driving licence
  • National Police Check
  • Working with Vulnerable Persons Check ( child related activity)

Enquires to Pippa McArthur 6345 7333 or pippamcarthur@stgiles.org.au

Applications close on Friday the 23rd of August and should be forwarded “in confidence” to:

Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 416, Launceston
TAS 7250
email to: amandabailey@stgiles.org.au

Position Description

 


Physiotherapist – Full/Part Time – Negotiable, AHP level 1/2/3

Hobart, Tasmania

We are looking for a motivated physiotherapist to join our physiotherapy and wider multi-disciplinary team in Hobart

This role offers the successful applicant an opportunity to work in a dynamic team comprising physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, psychologists and therapy assistants.

The caseload is a mix of children and adults with a variety of diagnoses. You will work with clients and their families to achieve goals, with a Multi-D approach to therapy, and in a variety of settings including our Therapy Centre, homes, school and other community environments.

We also provide outreach services to some more rural areas in the south, allowing you to see more of our beautiful state

Our Gant St. Therapy Centre offers a well-equipped, bright, family friendly, modern space in which to work. St Giles is a family friendly and flexible workplace.

Are you an individual who:

  • Has experience working with children and/or adults of varying and complex backgrounds (recognition is given to undergraduate experience)?
  • Is focused on family centred practise?
  • Has worked in a collaborative, adaptable and responsive team?
  • Has some knowledge of NDIS?
  • Is passionate to work to achieve the best outcomes for clients and their families?

Prior to commencing employment you will need the following:

  • Qualified physiotherapist
  • AHPRA registration ( or ability to obtain)
  • Current driving licence
  • National Police Check
  • Working with Vulnerable Persons Check ( child related activity)

Enquires to Pippa McArthur 6345 7333 or pippamcarthur@stgiles.org.au

Applications close on Friday the 23rd of August and should be forwarded “in confidence” to:

Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 45, New Town
TAS 7008
email to: claireoloughlin@stgoles.org.au

Position Description

 


Speech Pathologist - Northern Tasmania, Full/Part Time - Negotiable

Are you an experienced and dynamic Speech Pathologist looking for a challenge in a progressive and diverse Allied Health environment?

This role offers the successful applicant the opportunity to work in a great location with a competitive salary (salary packaging available), professional development opportunities both internal and external and a caseload with a mix of children and/or adults who present with a variety of diagnoses.  You will work with clients and their families to achieve goals with a multidisciplinary approach to therapy in a variety of settings including clinic, homes, schools and other community environments.

Are you an individual who is looking to work in a collaborative and exciting allied health team which promotes a family friendly and flexible work place?  Would you like to work with an organisation full of allied health professionals in a cohesive and collaborative environment? 

About you: Prior to commencing employment your will need to ensure you have the following:

  • Full unrestricted Australian working rights
  • Qualified Speech Pathologist
  • Current membership with Speech Pathology Australia (or ability to obtain)
  • Drivers Licence
  • National Police Check and a Working with Vulnerable Persons check (child- related activity)

Enquires to Nadine Davies 6238 1888 or nadinedavies@stgiles.org.au

Applications close on Friday the 23rd of August and should be forwarded “in confidence” to:

Practice Manager
St Giles Society
PO Box 45, New Town
TAS 7008
email to: claireoloughlin@stgiles.org.au

Position Description

 



Occupational Therapist - Full Time - Negotiable, AHP level 1/2, Launceston, Tas.

We are seeking a motivated occupational therapist to join our OT & wider multi-disciplinary team in Launceston, Tasmania. Our close-knit multi-disciplinary team consists of OTs, speech pathologists, therapy assistants, physiotherapists and psychologists.  Come and be part of a team which is highly experienced, approachable and friendly. Within this role you will see a varied caseload of kids and adults with a broad range of diagnoses within our therapy centre, community centres, schools and their homes. We also provide outreach services to some areas in the north of Tasmania, allowing you to see more of our beautiful state. We offer a flexible and family friendly work environment.

About you: To be successful you will;

  • Have experience working within kids and/or adults of varying and complex backgrounds.  Recognition is given to undergraduate experience.
  • Focused on family centred practice
  • Have knowledge of current funding models (e.g. NDIS, HCWA, BetterStart)
  • Have worked in a team which is focused on working in a collaborative, adaptable and responsive manner.
  • Be driven to achieve the best outcomes for our clients
  • Have a strong working knowledge of evidence based practice 

You must have a current driver license, National Police Check and a Working with Vulnerable Persons check (child- related activity).

Enquires to Lisa Mulvey on 6238 1888.

Applications close on Friday 16th August and should be forwarded to:

Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 45, New Town
TAS 7008
email to: lisamulvey@stgiles.org.au

Position Description


Occupational Therapist - Full Time - Negotiable, AHP level 1/2, Hobart, Tas

We are seeking a motivated occupational therapist to join our OT & wider multi-disciplinary team in Hobart, Tasmania. Our close-knit multi-disciplinary team consists of OTs, speech pathologists, therapy assistants, physiotherapists and psychologists.  Come and be part of a team which is highly experienced, approachable and friendly. Within this role you will see a varied caseload of kids and adults with a broad range of diagnoses within our therapy centre, community centres, schools and their homes. We also provide outreach services to some areas in the southern region of Tasmania, allowing you to see more of our beautiful state. We offer a flexible and family friendly work environment.

About you:To be successful you will;

  • Have experience working within kids and/or adults of varying and complex backgrounds.  Recognition is given to undergraduate experience.
  • Focused on family centred practice
  • Have knowledge of current funding models (e.g. NDIS, HCWA, BetterStart)
  • Have worked in a team which is focused on working in a collaborative, adaptable and responsive manner.
  • Be driven to achieve the best outcomes for our clients
  • Have a strong working knowledge of evidence based practice 

 You must have a current driver license, National Police Check and a Working with Vulnerable Persons check (child- related activity).

Enquires to Lisa Mulvey on 6238 1888.

Applications close on Friday 16th August and should be forwarded to:
Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 45, New Town
TAS 7008
email to: lisamulvey@stgiles.org.au


Position Description