More than a dozen physiotherapy positions are being advertised across Melbourne as part of a major recruitment blitz.
The city is set to see a surge in new physiotherapy professionals and is home to a growing number of centres offering physiotherapy training to clients.
One physiotherapy firm is recruiting a new physiotherapist to work at its Westfield campus.
“The demand is very high.
We are looking for a physiotherapist who can teach a range of subjects, including yoga, massage and sports massage, as well as general health and wellbeing,” a company spokesperson said.”
This position will help our patients and clients get back into good shape.
It is a very competitive position, but we are keen to attract a good and experienced physiotherapeutic nurse who can mentor patients and provide practical support.”
The job will start in September and is expected to take up to a year to complete.
While physiotherapy is being advertised in the CBD, other Melbourne suburbs including Westfield, Kensington and Northcote have also seen offers for physiotherapy graduates.
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