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Our Values, Culture and Employee Benefits

Working with the team at Montrose is about acknowledging the long history of support we’ve provided to Queenslanders since 1933. Being part of the Montrose community means you’re making a positive, happy and passionate difference to so many lives.

With more than 80 years of experience behind us, Montrose has evolved into a modern, customer focused service provider supporting paediatrics and young people with a disability throughout Queensland.  We offer a diverse range of high quality therapy and support services to children and young people in the community or within one of our Service Centres.

To find out what makes us tick and the many benefits you can enjoy when you join the Montrose team, please click the button below.

Why Choose Us?

Our point of difference is the amazing team of qualified therapists working with our customers and their families. Being part of the Montrose community means you are making a positive difference to so many lives.

When you join Montrose, you unite with talented and passionate people who share your purpose and unwavering determination to increase quality of life for all customers. You will find a workplace that is collaborative, progressive and passionate about learning and encourage professional development as an ongoing requirements within your field.

  • Great salary and leave packaging options
  • Eight weeks paid maternity leave
  • Modern, high quality workplaces

What is the Role?

We have an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Speech Pathologist to join our team and service our customers from our Toowoomba Service Centre.

An immediate start is available for the successful candidate. This role reports directly to the Service Centre Manager and is available on a permanent full-time or part time basis.

What are the Responsibilities?

As Registered Speech Pathologist, you will be required to have:

  • Experience in providing assessment, intervention and management of children and young adults with physical disabilities, developmental delays, communication impairments and other associated disabilities
  • Proficiency in the ability to design and implement a service plan for customers that achieves their goals
  • Proficiency in meeting benchmarks for service provision
  • Provide evidence based therapy to achieve customer goals within available resources.
  • Maintain confidentiality in line with Code of Conduct and comply with all Montrose Therapy Policies & Procedures
  • Adhere to all work health & safety policies and compliant within the ethical boundaries of Montrose Therapy.

What are the Requirements?

  • Mandatory recognised tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology and current full membership with Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Current Blue Card and CPR Certificate
  • Certificate of completion – NDIS Worker Orientation Module.
  • Current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle are essential for service provision.

What is the Role?

We have an exciting opportunity for a Speech Pathologist to join our team and service our customers from our Ipswich Service Centre.

An immediate start is available for the successful candidate. This role reports directly to the Service Centre Manager and is available on a permanent part time basis.

What are the Responsibilities?

As Registered Speech Pathologist, you will be required to have:

  • Experience in providing assessment, intervention and management of children and young adults with physical disabilities, developmental delays, communication impairments and other associated disabilities
  • Proficiency in the ability to design and implement a service plan for customers that achieves their goals
  • Proficiency in meeting benchmarks for service provision
  • Provide evidence based therapy to achieve customer goals within available resources.
  • Maintain confidentiality in line with Code of Conduct and comply with all Montrose Therapy Policies & Procedures
  • Adhere to all work health & safety policies and compliant within the ethical boundaries of Montrose Therapy.

What are the Requirements?

  • Mandatory recognised tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology and current full membership with Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Current Blue Card and CPR Certificate
  • Certificate of completion – NDIS Worker Orientation Module.
  • Current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle are essential for service provision.

What is the Role?

We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Speech Pathologist to join our team and service our customers from our Brisbane South Service Centre and related clincs.

An immediate start is available for the successful candidate. This role reports directly to the Service Centre Manager and is available on a permanent full time basis.

What are the Responsibilities?

As a Registered Speech Pathologist, you will be required to have:

  • Experience in providing assessment, intervention and management of children and young adults with physical disabilities, developmental delays, communication impairments and other associated disabilities
  • Proficiency in the ability to design and implement a service plan for customers that achieves their goals
  • Proficiency in meeting benchmarks for service provision
  • Provide evidence based therapy to achieve customer goals within available resources.
  • Maintain confidentiality in line with Code of Conduct and comply with all Montrose Therapy Policies & Procedures
  • Adhere to all work health & safety policies and compliant within the ethical boundaries of Montrose Therapy.

What are the Requirements?

  • Mandatory recognised tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology and current full membership with Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Current Blue Card and CPR Certificate
  • Certificate of completion – NDIS Worker Orientation Module.
  • Current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle are essential for service provision.

What is the Role?

We have an exciting opportunity for a Speech Pathologist to join our team and service our customers from our Gold Coast Service Centre and related clincs.

An immediate start is available for the successful candidate. This role reports directly to the Service Centre Manager and is available on a permanent full time basis.

It is essential that you have experience in complex feeding.

What are the Responsibilities?

As a Registered Speech Pathologist, you will be required to have:

  • Experience in providing assessment, intervention and management of children and young adults with physical disabilities, developmental delays, communication impairments and other associated disabilities
  • Proficiency in the ability to design and implement a service plan for customers that achieves their goals
  • Proficiency in meeting benchmarks for service provision
  • Provide evidence based therapy to achieve customer goals within available resources.
  • Maintain confidentiality in line with Code of Conduct and comply with all Montrose Therapy Policies & Procedures
  • Adhere to all work health & safety policies and compliant within the ethical boundaries of Montrose Therapy.

What are the Requirements?

  • Mandatory recognised tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology and current full membership with Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Current Blue Card and CPR Certificate
  • Certificate of completion – NDIS Worker Orientation Module.
  • Current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle are essential for service provision.

What is the Role?

We have an exciting opportunity for a Speech Pathologist to join our team and service our customers from our Slacks Creek Service Centre and related clincs.

An immediate start is available for the successful candidate. This role reports directly to the Service Centre Manager and is available on a permanent full time basis.

What are the Responsibilities?

As a Registered Speech Pathologist, you will be required to have:

  • Experience in providing assessment, intervention and management of children and young adults with physical disabilities, developmental delays, communication impairments and other associated disabilities
  • Proficiency in the ability to design and implement a service plan for customers that achieves their goals
  • Proficiency in meeting benchmarks for service provision
  • Provide evidence based therapy to achieve customer goals within available resources.
  • Maintain confidentiality in line with Code of Conduct and comply with all Montrose Therapy Policies & Procedures
  • Adhere to all work health & safety policies and compliant within the ethical boundaries of Montrose Therapy.

What are the Requirements?

  • Mandatory recognised tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology and current full membership with Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Current Blue Card and CPR Certificate
  • Certificate of completion – NDIS Worker Orientation Module.
  • Current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle are essential for service provision.

What is the Role?

We have an exciting opportunity for a Speech Pathologist to join our team and service our customers from our Sunshine Coast Service Centre and related clincs.

An immediate start is available for the successful candidate. This role reports directly to the Service Centre Manager and is available on a part time basis.

What are the Responsibilities?

As a Registered Speech Pathologist, you will be required to have:

  • Experience in providing assessment, intervention and management of children and young adults with physical disabilities, developmental delays, communication impairments and other associated disabilities
  • Proficiency in the ability to design and implement a service plan for customers that achieves their goals
  • Proficiency in meeting benchmarks for service provision
  • Provide evidence based therapy to achieve customer goals within available resources.
  • Maintain confidentiality in line with Code of Conduct and comply with all Montrose Therapy Policies & Procedures
  • Adhere to all work health & safety policies and compliant within the ethical boundaries of Montrose Therapy.

What are the Requirements?

  • Mandatory recognised tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology and current full membership with Speech Pathology Australia.
  • Current Blue Card and CPR Certificate
  • Certificate of completion – NDIS Worker Orientation Module.
  • Current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle are essential for service provision.

About the Role

We have an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Occupational Therapist to join our team and service our customers within the Toowoomba Service Centre and related clinics. Applications for this role are open to candidates seeking full time or part time employment.

Key Responsibilities

As a Registered Occupational Therapist, you will be required to:

  • Provide high quality Occupational Therapy assessment and intervention for clients in a professional, confidential and culturally safe manner, in keeping with accepted best practice standards which include clinic-based appointments and home visits.
  • Ensure integrated service delivery and follow up, coordinating and communicating as required with other relevant internal and external stakeholders
  • Accurate and timely documentation of stakeholder communication in accordance with approved format
  • Accurately and concisely record all customer interaction and workload management statistics to facilitate the analysis of service trends
  • Proficient knowledge and understanding of a range of disabilities and conditions
  • Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team with other allied health staff within Montrose Therapy & Respite Services
  • Maintain confidentiality in line with Code of Conduct and comply with all Montrose Therapy Policies & Procedures
  • Adhere to all work health & safety policies and compliant within the ethical boundaries of Montrose Therapy and AHPRA.

To have a chat with us about this role you must have:

    1. Mandatory recognised tertiary qualification in Occupational Therapy and current full registration with AHPRA as an Occupational Therapist
    2. Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and/or in a sole professional in this environment
    3. Demonstrated ability to provide high quality occupational therapy assessment and intervention for clients in a professional, and culturally safe manner
    4. Demonstrated effective verbal and written skills with particular emphasis on interpersonal communication skills, establishing trust and rapport, maintaining confidentiality and record keeping
    5. Experience working in a multidisciplinary team is preferable
    6. Current CPR Certificate
    7. Current Blue Card (Working with Children and Young People) or willingness to apply for a Blue Card
    8. Completion of the NDIS Worker Orientation Module.
    9. A current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle are essential for service provision.

About the Role

We are looking for experienced Team Assistant to join our established team. As a valued member of the team, you will be the central administrative support to the team of Allied Health Professionals. You will ensure customer registrations take place and maintain accurate customer records within our database along with ensuring appointments are booked and our therapy team have the resources they need to deliver great customer service.

The successful person will be based at our Brisbane North Service Centre at Kedron. This is a permanent full time opportunity.

Key Responsibilities

This key role incorporates a diverse range of tasks including:  

  • Reception and direct customer service
  • Provide administrative assistance to organise clinics, including scheduling of appointments and delivering customer service to therapists to ensure their administrative needs are met on a daily basis
  • Taking payments for therapy sessions
  • Appointment bookings for therapy services
  • Managing customer information and data entry in our CMS
  • Support the Service Centre Manager to ensure the day to day operations of the Centre is effectively managed.

To be considered for this role, you must have:

  • At least 2 years’ experience in a similar role, i.e. clinical or allied health practice, work in disability sector
  • Current or be eligible to apply for a Working with Children Check (blue card) & Disability Services positive notice card (yellow card).
  • Certificate of completion for the NDIS Worker Orientation Module.
  • Excellent administration, attention to detail & computer skills.
  • A friendly and welcoming personality with excellent customer service skills.
  • A current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle

About the Role

We are looking for experienced Lifestyle and Leisure assistants to join our team. As a valued member of the team, you will be supporting people with disabilities to develop social and life skills in both community and centre based group programs. These programs see our customers experiencing and participating in current events with their peers, such as sporting games, concerts, musicals, art sessions, theme parks and dining out as well as a number of skill development programs. If you love helping with skill development, socialising, interacting and can bring fun, excitement and enthusiasm to all our events, this role is for you!

The successful person will be required to travel between  our Logan and Gold Coast locations, and is offered on a casual basis.

Experience in working with teens and young adults will be highly regarded, as will holders of a Certificate III or higher qualification in a relevant area of study. 

Key Responsibilities

As a Lifestyle and Leisure Assistant, you will be required to:

  • Supporting our customers to participate in social, recreation and skills development programs
  • Providing limited personal care and manual handling assistance
  • Be a champion for our customers and support them to achieve their goals and independence

Skills & Experience

  1. Valid Blue Card and Yellow Card
  2. Current First Aid and CPR tickets (or able to obtain one)
  3. Minimum Cert III in a relevant field of study or equivalent experience
  4. Completion of NDIS Worker Orientation Module Certificate
  5. A current drivers’ licence and access to a reliable vehicle