Collaborate, support, and transform lives as an allied health assistant

As an allied health assistant (AHA) you’ll play a vital role in participant treatment and the functioning of our organisation.

AHAs are an essential part of our team

By assisting clinicians with providing treatment, reporting and administration, you’ll be directly contributing both to the future outcomes of our participants, but also to the growth of our organisation.

Whether you’re seeking a fulfilling career in healthcare, aiming to expand your expertise with diverse caseloads, or aspiring to collaborate with some of Australia’s finest clinicians, being an AHA at Better Rehab offers a rewarding and dynamic opportunity for professional growth.

We know the true value of an allied health assistant

We see AHA staff members as one of the most crucial pieces for our long-term growth. 

As a versatile position capable of supporting multiple clinicians and administrative demands, the impact of your actions and expertise will be scaled throughout our entire organisation. 

Ready to take the next step in your career?

Enjoy better remuneration, support and progression opportunities

  • Competitive salaries and remuneration packages
  • Flexible working hours and work-from-home options
  • Paid parental leave
  • Four paid study leave days annually
  • Financial support to attend external courses and events
  • Interstate relocation opportunities across six Australian states/territories
  • Long-term unpaid ‘passionate leave’ so you can travel, take a break, or pursue passion projects without breaking your continuity of service
  • Abundant career progression opportunities with Better Rehab prioritising internal promotions
  • Regular team bonding and celebrations of each other’s life events
  • External professional support for mental and emotional wellbeing

Our AHA job openings

If you’re unable to find the right role for you, submit our expression of interest form and a member of our talent team will contact you.

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FAQs

What qualifications are required to be a Allied Health Assistant at Better Rehab?

We welcome candidates who have completed a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance.

Caseloads vary and you have flexibility to determine your own workload. All our allied health assistants have the opportunity to work with diverse client populations across age groups, including paediatrics and adults. 

We are committed to the growth of our team and offer ongoing professional development, including supervision, conferences, and mentorship programs.

We prioritise a healthy work-life balance above all else, as we strongly believe you need to take care of yourself before you can take care of others. We offer flexible scheduling options, remote work opportunities, and competitive paid time off.

Our allied health assistants often refer, or are referred, participants who need treatment from multiple allied health disciplines. These include occupational therapists, speech therapists, disability support workers and many more.

We have clinicians and allied health assistants from all backgrounds in our team and we actively promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of our initiatives. These same values that we have for our team also extend to our participants.

Better Rehab has many clinicians trained to help children from early childhood through to adolescence. They work closely with the child’s family and/or support workers at home, in schools and in the community. 

Learn more about Better Rehab’s approach to helping children 

Better Rehab has 31 offices/clinics around Australia. We can see participants in those clinics, as well as in homes, workplaces or schools, and via telehealth. 

Find a Better Rehab clinic 

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