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 clients achieve their goals and we celebrate with clients 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. At Montrose you will see clients over many years and work toward meaningful goals to support them through life transitions.
Work closely with other therapy disciplines including joint therapy sessions for people with disabilities. Collaborate with clinical supervisors and peers to problem solve beyond your area of expertise and develop transferable skills.
Our family-friendly work environment has flexible hours, paid parental leave and the potential to work a nine-day fortnight. Plus the ability to transfer locations to a Service Centre that is more conveniently located to home or personal commitments.
Attractive salary packaging ($15,900 tax free benefits) plus further benefits including novated car leases and entertainment cards. At Montrose you will also have access to portable long service leave – allowing you to accumulate leave when you to choose to continue working in the disability sector.
Opportunities to grow in your career – become a supervisor, discipline lead, mentor and progress into management or get involved in project work and research. At Montrose, you’ll support a diverse client group with a wide range of needs, allowing you to benefit from faster clinical progression.
Work within a structured evidence-based clinical supervision program tailored to your needs and learning goals. At every stage of your career, our Allied Health Professional Development Program offers access to Internal and External Professional Development, Allied Health Resources and Career Enhancement Opportunities.
Support final year Allied Health students to learn and develop their clinical skills during their placement at Montrose. As a Clinical Educator you will develop strong communication, feedback and leadership skills while showcasing your clinical knowledge and building capability in our future Allied health workforce. Open to therapists with 1+ years of experience.
Provide supervision to new graduates or early career therapists under our Clinical Supervision Program. In this role you will help peers identify their learning goals from discipline specific competencies, and develop their clinical reasoning through case-based discussions and reflective practice. Available to therapists with 4+ years of experience.
Participate in, or lead, service development and quality assurance work while developing your clinical expertise. The project role is directed by management and supports clinicians to undertake research, education and improvement activities. This includes development of group templates and a dedicated Allied health resource site. Open to all experienced therapists.
Lead your therapy discipline and develop professional leadership skills. As a Discipline Lead you will be instrumental in developing and implementing training and resources, and offering evidence-based clinical support to other Allied health professionals within your discipline. In this role you will also have oversight of service improvement projects. Available to therapists who are developing clinical expertise with 4+ years experience.
Help build high-performing teams by providing professional clinical leadership to a team of allied health professionals. As a senior therapist and recognised expert in your discipline, you will develop professional leadership skills as a Service Team Leader. In the role you will also continue to deliver clinical services to clients – demonstrating how clinical and leadership pathways intersect at Montrose. Open to senior therapists.
Manage and coordinate a high performing clinical team and the operational activities of the Service Centre and related clinics. As an SCM you will be responsible for the provision of quality services, team development and financial management. As one of the most senior leadership roles available at Montrose, this career development opportunity is open to staff with direct experience in managing or supervising a clinical therapy team.
Occupational Therapist Sam joined the Toowoomba team in June 2022 after having previously worked in Aged Care, DVA, and with adult/ adolescent NDIS clients. With limited prior experience in Paediatrics, Sam said the Clinical Development on offer at Montrose supported her to make the move.
“After working in hospital settings, I loved the family centred approach to therapy and continuity of care available at Montrose. I enjoy being able to set long term goals for my clients and share in their journey along the way.
Another really big thing for me was the diverse caseload and the incredibly strong multidisciplinary focus at Montrose. Although everyday brings a new challenge, I feel grateful to be a part of a supportive team.”
“I started at Montrose as an experienced Speech Pathologist on the Sunshine Coast, and I was recently promoted to Service Team Leader. There are so many avenues for career progression at Montrose and you are supported to access the relevant mentoring, training and research to take on those roles. I feel so lucky to be a Team Leader as well as a practicing Speech Pathologist, Clinical Supervisor and Clinical Educator.
“The best bit about being part of the team at Montrose is working with clients, developing strong relationships and celebrating achievements with their families.”
“I was attracted to Montrose because of their reputation as a paediatric therapy provider. I came to Montrose with a mixed set of skills as a Physiotherapist and working here has really allowed me to consolidate my knowledge and develop an area of expertise in neuromuscular paediatrics.
I am passionate about empowering our clients and their families. It is a joy to watch them grow, explore different skills and reach milestones.”
Montrose works mostly with paediatric and young adult clients with disability or developmental delay. A number of our clients join us soon after diagnosis and stay with Montrose throughout their childhood and into adulthood.
Our clients 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.