Diverse and dynamic roles are available in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team. Our multi-disciplinary Allied Health team includes Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Psychologists, Counsellors and Allied Health Assistants.

The benefits of joining our team

Some of the benefits of working as an Allied Health professional with our Therapy Services team are:

Financial benefits:

• Generous salary packaging
(equivalent of up to $6400 additional net salary)
• 5 weeks annual leave
• 10 days personal leave
• 11% superannuation
• Flexible work options
• Up to 3 study leave days per year
• Professional development allowance up to $1500

Other benefits:

• Varied caseload in both urban and remote settings
• Regular clinical supervision and peer supervision sessions
• Availability of the latest technology including an iPad, desktop,
laptop, stand up work station and high quality therapy and
assessment resources
• Access to internal professional development mentoring and
resources including case meetings, team projects, remote work
orientation package, specialist interest groups and collaboration
with professionals from other programs
• Support to access PHN Professional Development grants
• Close collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of allied health
practitioners
• Comprehensive induction program and shadowing
of all disciplines
• Links to local professional networks
• Free on site parking and on site café (Darwin)
• Access to fleet vehicles to facilitate community based
therapy sessions
• Access to Employee Assistance Programs
• Delivery of sessions from purpose built therapy rooms
• Located at Harry’s Place, a community sector hub, with opportunities
for networking and collaboration across a range of community services
• Support for NT Government secondments

Working in remote communities

You have the opportunity to join Carpentaria’s Remote team, providing fly-in allied health services to remote communities across the Top End and Central Australia.

Watch a group of our clinicians on a visit to Maningrida, a community in the heart of Arnhem Land:

Current vacancies

Speech Pathologist, Specialising in Dysphagia/Swallowing

We are searching for a Speech Pathologist to deliver specialist services to adults with complex swallowing and communication needs. You will work as part of our multi-disciplinary Therapy Services team, providing support while utilising a person-centred approach that promotes choice and control to participants. The Position Description is available here. An overview of the financial and professional benefits of working in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience via the Seek advert.

Psychologist, Darwin or Alice Springs

Available as a full or part time position, this role is responsible for delivering person-centred counselling and psychological tailored therapeutic interventions to children and adolescents receiving disability supports under the NDIS. The Position Description is available here. An overview of the financial and professional benefits of working in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to hr@carpentaria.org.au

Speech Pathologist, Darwin or Alice Springs

As part of a dynamic and growing multi-disciplinary team, this role is responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating person-centred Speech Pathology services that deliver choice and control to NDIS participants, and meet participant goals. Paediatric and adult caseloads are available. The position description is available here. An overview of the financial and professional benefits of working in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to hr@carpentaria.org.au

Occupational Therapist, Darwin or Alice Springs

Available as a full or part time position within our multi-disciplinary Allied Health team, this position is responsible for planning delivering and evaluating person-centred Occupational Therapy services for Territorians with disability. The position description is available here. An overview of the financial and professional benefits of working in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to hr@carpentaria.org.au

Recruitment Overview

Carpentaria employs high quality staff in a range of Allied Health roles to support participants across our Therapy Services, Pathways Program and Independent Living Services. Offers of employment at Carpentaria are subject to a satisfactory police clearance. Employees must also commit to understanding and abiding by Carpentaria’s Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct incorporates the NDIS standards.

Carpentaria offers a rewarding career in a dynamic workplace, and recruitment is based on values, skills and qualifications. Carpentaria employs evidence-based practice, with research driving continual innovation and growth. Our staff have access to clinical supervision, regular skill development opportunities and ongoing specialist training.

We are experiencing growth across our programs and team. The creation of additional roles will support Carpentaria’s services in urban and remote locations.

Get in touch

For further information about vacancies in Carpentaria’s Therapy Services team, or to learn more about opportunities for relocation support, please contact the Therapy Services team on 08 8920 9400 or People and Learning team at hr@carpentaria.org.au

Thank you for your interest in joining our team.