Make a real difference working for Montrose
Join the team where the heart is!
A career with Montrose provides the opportunity to be part of a dedicated, friendly group of people who are passionate about making a real difference to the lives of children and young people living with disability.
Our multidisciplinary teams help customers achieve their goals and we celebrate with customers and their families as milestones are met. Our therapists are well supported within a carefully designed supervision program.
We’re always looking for people who share our values to join us. We recruit allied health professionals and support staff including Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists.
If this sounds like you, check out the current roles we have available or read on to learn more about working for Montrose.
Paediatric-focused allied health work with plenty of client-facing time and in-depth client interactions.
Work closely with other therapy disciplines including joint therapy sessions for people with disabilities.
Flexible and family-friendly work environment.
Attractive salary packaging ($15,900 tax free benefits) plus further benefits including novated car leases.
Opportunities to grow in your career – become a supervisor, discipline lead, mentor and progress into management or get involved in project work and research.
Work within a structured evidence-based clinical supervision program tailored to your needs and learning goals.
Multiple Positions Available:
We have fantastic opportunities for Speech Pathologists to join our teams and provide face to face and TeleTherapy to our predominantly paediatric clients. The roles are based at our various Service Centres and also provide services to surrounding areas where we offer clinic based services and community visits.
In these roles you will work as part of a multidisciplinary service.We provide company vehicles for travel but you may also be required to use your own vehicle at times.
The role is offered on a full time basis, for an experienced therapist. Experience with complex feeding highly regarded.
The role is offered on a full time basis, 5 days per week for an experienced therapist.
The role is suitable for either an experienced or graduate therapist, and can be offered on a part time (22 hours minimum) or full time basis.
About the Role:
We have a fantastic opportunity for an Occupational Therapist to join our team providing face to face therapy and TeleTherapy to our predominantly paediatric clients. The role is based at our Brisbane South (Darra) Service Centre and also provide services to surrounding areas where we offer clinic based services and community visits.
In this role you will be part of a multidisciplinary service working across disciplines to provide evidence informed and contemporary therapies for our clients. Our multidisciplinary and interprofessional approach means our therapists work together so clients can get the most out of their therapy and reach their goals successfully. This can include joint sessions, planning and collaboration on programs.
This role is offered on a full time basis, and is suitable for an experienced therapist.
About the Role:
We have a fantastic opportunity for Physiotherapists to join our teams and provide face to face therapy and TeleTherapy to our predominantly paediatric clients. The roles are based at our various Service Centres and also provide services to surrounding areas where we offer clinic based services and community visits.
In these roles you will be part of a multidisciplinary service working across disciplines to provide evidence informed and contemporary therapies for our clients. Our multidisciplinary and interprofessional approach means our therapists work together so clients can get the most out of their therapy and reach their goals successfully. This can include joint sessions, planning and collaboration on programs.
About the Role:
As a valued member of our Client Support team, you will provide support to our Brisbane North (Kedron) therapists and clients. You will be responsible for creating a welcoming and supportive environment and be part of a geographically diverse client service and admin team that maintains customer records and appointments for all Montrose customers. The position is 38 hours per week, on a full time basis. You will be based at Kedron with the flexibility to work across any of our Service Centres as required.
“I started working with Montrose while I was studying Occupational Therapy at UQ as a Direct Support Worker and in their Short Stay Accommodation. I knew I wanted to work in paediatrics so getting relevant experience with Montrose while I was studying was a huge bonus. It definitely allowed for a smoother transition into my role as a new graduate Occupational Therapist.”
“I started with Montrose as an Occupational Therapist in Brisbane but relocated to the Sunshine Coast where I grew up. I was recently promoted to Service Centre Manager here on the Coast. One of the great things about Montrose is that it’s small enough that you can stand out and get involved in lots of areas of the work.”
“For me though, the best bit about being part of the team at Montrose is working long term with customers, sharing their journey and celebrating ‘wins’ with their families and other members of the Montrose multidisciplinary team.”
“I relocated to Toowoomba to join Montrose as a new graduate physiotherapist. I was draw to Montrose through their reputation however what sealed the deal was the welcoming and supportive environment. We have an incredibly strong multidisciplinary focus and I was especially excited to join a close-knit team that could help me to grow and flourish as a new therapist.
Every day brings a new challenge and I could not feel more grateful for the extensive support I receive at Montrose.”
Montrose works mostly with paediatric and young adult customers with disability or development delays. A number of our customers join us soon after diagnosis and stay with Montrose throughout their childhood and into adulthood.
Our customers have a wide variety of disabilities and goals meaning that every day is different at Montrose!
When you work for Montrose, you are having a profound impact on people’s lives. The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has meant significant growth in the disability sector and lots of new opportunities.
You’re providing professional care and support to someone who needs it most and helping them to become more independent and confident in their own abilities.
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