A graduate program to kickstart your Allied Health career

Prepare to be work-ready and learn valuable transdisciplinary skills within an early intervention setting, with our Allied Health Graduate Program.

The program offers comprehensive training and educational opportunities to Speech pathology graduates, Psychology graduates, Occupational therapy graduates and Physiotherapy graduates.

Graduate applications are now being accepted 

We are currently accepting applications for our Allied Health Graduate Program starting on 28 January 2022.

 

Current opportunities:

Graduate Paediatric Occupational Therapist

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Graduate Paediatric Speech Pathologist

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Graduate Paediatric
Physiotherapist

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If you have any questions about the graduate program or the available roles, contact one of the team on 1300 946 337.

About the program

Our Allied Health Graduate Program will set you up for your future career as a psychologist, speech pathologist, occupational therapist or physiotherapist.

It is a 24 month graduate program which offers flexibility and countless opportunities.

Ten-week training course

Personal & professional growth

Dedicated monthly graduate
networking catch-ups

Monthly discipline-specific workshops

Individual supervision and
support every fortnight

Competency framework

What are the benefits of the program?

Our graduate program supports you to become a work-ready professional who has the added advantage of valuable transdisciplinary expertise. 

We will support your first step into a career as an Allied Health Professional with a supportive team environment to broaden and deepen your understanding of your chosen discipline (psychology, occupational therapy, speech therapy or physiotherapy). You will have the opportunity to network and learn alongside fellow graduates, and experienced professionals with years of experience.

Over the 24 month program, you will deliver transdisciplinary practice through the key worker model to families of children with developmental delay and disabilities while providing specialised therapeutic support to the wider team.

 

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Why join Windermere?

As a not for profit community services provider, we are a values-based organisation. We offer a wide range of benefits and proudly put ‘people first’.

Some of the Windermere benefits include: 

  • Flexible work hours
  • Rostered days off
  • Generous and flexible leave schemes
  • 17.5% annual leave loading
  • Generous salary packaging
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

You can find out more about our workplace benefits and why we are a workplace of choice.

"Applying for the graduate program was the best thing I have done. I love the variety of working with children of different ages and needs, as well as the supportive atmosphere at Windermere."

Maddy, Windermere Speech Pathologist
(2021 Graduate Program)

 

"I love Windermere and being part of the Graduate Program. Each workshop has been steadily increasing my learning and scope of knowledge. I've enjoyed learning from my very experienced team members who are extremely supportive. I feel very looked after here and I absolutely love the work culture." 

Beatriz, Windermere Occupational Therapist
(2020 Graduate Program)

Set yourself up for a career in allied health.

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Visit our current vacancies page
 or speak to one of the team on 1300 946 337.

**Windermere is committed to protecting the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people**
For more information,
see our Protecting Children Policy.