Physiotherapist Interchange Outer East


Join the Interchange Outer East Team and Make a Difference! Now Hiring Physiotherapists

The Fun Stuff:

We are seeking individuals who possess a can-do attitude and believe in the abilities of all people with disabilities. Flexibility, creativity, and the ability to think outside the box are essential. We encourage initiative, idea sharing, and a genuine passion for developing positive team cultures. The ability to engage difficult individuals and build trusting relationships is vital.

If you are ready to make a difference and create meaningful change, apply today by submitting your application with a cover letter and a resume. We look forward to welcoming you to the IOE family!

We are excited to offer new and innovative opportunities for Physiotherapists to join our team and provide therapeutic services to NDIS participants in a unique way. As part of our Allied Health team, you will focus on capacity building within group-based settings, including therapeutic camps, group programs, and personalised interventions. We aim to create a non-clinical environment that fosters social participation, community inclusion, real connections, and peer support.

The Stuff We Offer You:

As a physiotherapist at Interchange Outer East, we will provide you with formal support including professional supervision with a practitioner in your related field. Practitioners will also have a flexible budget you can use for continuing professional development in addition to the time we provide you to attend.

As an agency that focuses on individuals rather than cut copy support, our KPI structure has been designed in a way which allows you to work in a manner that suits you and the people you support.

We offer both full-time and part-time positions, and we will consider flexible arrangements for the right candidate. By joining the IOE team, you will be part of an organisation committed to enhancing family wellbeing, building inclusive communities, and supporting children and young people with disabilities. Permanently contracted employees also have the option to access generous salary packing.

The Practical Stuff:

Duties include:

  • Providing capacity building therapy that is group-based.
  • Develop and implement therapy-based programs that is evidenced based but looks and feels like play.
  • Provide direction, training and support to a team of allied health assistants in the delivery of therapeutic programs.
  • Collaborating with multiple teams across the agency to provide a holistic approach to the services delivered by Interchange Outer East
  • Provide assessments as per NDIS requirements.
  • Planning and implementing individualised therapy to support NDIS goals.
  • Complete assessment reports and end of plan reports according to NDIS requirements.

We aim to provide therapeutic services in a non-clinical setting, that looks and feels like social participation and community inclusion amongst peers. This will involve outreach work within the community and the individuals home.

We are looking for a full-time physiotherapist, however will consider applications for part-time arrangements.

Clinical and practical requirements, and experience:

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy or related undergraduate degree with a Masters in Physiotherapy (Completed).
  • Relevant membership and qualifications in physiotherapy (AHPRA/Physiotherapy Board).

Helpful but not required:

  • Experience with NDIS participants

At Interchange Outer East (IOE), we believe in creating opportunities, having fun, and ensuring everyone feels safe and supported. For over 35 years, we have been dedicated to the wellbeing of families, providing quality services that promote choice and enhance the lives of people with disabilities. As a child-safe organization, we prioritize the rights of children and vulnerable individuals to be free from abuse.

Individual role descriptions can be obtained via our website or jobs board: . Prospective candidates can also contact the team by emailing [email protected]

If you are ready to make a difference and create meaningful change, apply today by submitting your application with a cover letter and a resume. We look forward to welcoming you to the IOE family!

The Ethical & Legal Stuff:

Interchange Outer East understand the importance of diversity and inclusion. We recognise that everyone has the right to an equitable, safe and productive environment and to be treated with dignity and respect. We welcome applications from all people regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, cultural background, disability or sexual orientation. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Prospective candidates will need to undergo a series of safety screening checks before being appointed to any position at IOE. Our recruitment procedures reflect our commitment to the safety of the people we support. Safety screening includes:

  • A Working with Children Check
  • NDIS workers screening

In addition to the safety screening, the successful applicant will be required to provide proof of currency for: first aid certification – Provide First Aid HLTAID012, and undertake the NDIS Worker Orientation Module. The successful applicant will also need a Current Australian driver’s licence and registered vehicle.