Allied Health Professionals – Multiple Positions Available Outreach Doctors


Join Our Team of Allied Health Professionals!

Due to exciting growth, Outreach Doctors is currently recruiting for Speech Therapists, Psychologists/Clinical Psychologists, Physiotherapists, and Occupational Therapists, to join our dynamic team in Hervey Bay. We are open to a range of flexible work options (full time, part time, contract).

Position: Allied Health Professionals

Location: Hervey Bay, Queensland

About us

Outreach Doctors is a young and growing medical practice with a strong focus on multidisciplinary team integration.  We aim to provide exceptional primary healthcare to the community in a safe, culturally appropriate environment. Our patient-focused approach includes outreach services and mobile clinics, promoting health and reducing inequalities.  We prioritise health promotion and prevention and empower our patients to be their best selves.  Outreach Doctors ensures that it provides a culturally safe environment and values the trust our Indigenous patients have placed in the service. We focus on quality, safety, performance, and accountability in a warm and welcoming environment. 

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About our region

Welcome to Hervey Bay, a coastal town in Queensland, Australia! Our vibrant community is perfect for those seeking a work-life balance with a mix of modern amenities and stunning natural beauty. Working in Hervey Bay offers diverse job opportunities and a low cost of living with a high standard of living. With outdoor recreation, cultural experiences, and a friendly community, Hervey Bay is the ideal place to call home.

What we are looking for

We are seeking adaptable, motivated, and qualified clinicians who can work both independently and as integral members of our multidisciplinary team. A strong commitment to providing holistic care to diverse patient populations is essential. All positions require registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) for the relevant profession, or eligibility and willingness to obtain it.

Within the scope of your profession, you will:

  • Conduct thorough assessments and deliver evidence-based interventions tailored to individual needs.
  • Serve a diverse range of individuals, including those experiencing homelessness, Indigenous patients, LGBTIQ+ individuals, people living with disability and people with mental health diagnoses. 
  • Demonstrate a high level of cultural sensitivity, compassion, and awareness in all interactions.

We operate as a mixed billing practice, meaning you will work with various funding sources including Medicare, NDIS, and private billing. Our clinicians are responsible for maintaining accurate and organised patient records in compliance with regulatory standards. Additionally, report writing may be required as part of the role.

For detailed job descriptions and information specific to each allied health profession, please refer to the job descriptions using this link: 

How to apply

To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter highlighting your qualifications and experience via Seek. For additional inquiries, feel free to contact Tara Ellard at 07 4155 5062.

What we offer

  • Competitive salary package
  • Enjoy having a great work/life balance
  • Exposure to work with NDIS participants, private clients, Medicare patients
  • Opportunities for training and career growth
  • Utilise your skills & experience in this dynamic & varied role 
  • Immediate start available for the right candidate