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Join Our Support Team

We are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic person to support our team of Allied Health Professionals in Griffith. Our Support Team are an integral part of the services we deliver, they are often the first interaction potential clients have with MAHS. The Support Team role involves:

  • Greeting and farewelling clients and their families.

  • Answering phones and responding to emails.

  • Scheduling client appointments and liaising with clinicians.

  • Sending invoices and following up with payments.

  • General administration tasks (e.g. filing, scanning, updating systems).

  • Keeping client files up to date using our online client management system.

  • Creating therapy materials with support from clinicians.

  • Ordering resources and equipment with direction from clinicians.

  • Some light cleaning duties (e.g. wiping down tables and door handles between client appointments).

This role would suit a recent high school graduate who is taking a gap year in 2024 or a person with more experience. Training will be provided, as required. 

We are looking for someone with:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Confidence working independently.

  • Problem-solving skills and an eye for detail.

  • Lived experience interacting with people with disabilities. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply by the 13th of October, 2023. Interviews for this position will be scheduled from the 27th of October, 2023. 

Join Our Allied Health Team

We are looking for motivated Allied Health Practitioners who are passionate about evidence-based, ethical practice. We love to work with clinicians who will grow with MAHS and collaborate with our clinical team and with the broader community.


We value a flexible working environment and strongly believe in balancing work with the rest of life. We offer flexible working hours, and schedule Fridays for indirect client work, so if you are not local to Griffith and need to return home for the weekend, you can travel a bit earlier and work from outside the office. We encourage you to discuss flexible hours with us, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all model of employment. We are open to working with clinicians interested in full-time or part-time employment, or subcontracting opportunities.


We value professional development and life long learning. We support staff to identify gaps in their clinical practice, and work towards closing these gaps through on-the-job learning, in-house training, shadowing, clinical supervision, and funding external courses or conferences. We offer a variety of professional development opportunities which we adapt to suit each individual clinician.


As a new graduate or early-career clinician, we recognise that you bring a lot of knowledge of the evidence base, and we can support you to put that knowledge into practice. We understand that you are constantly learning throughout your first few years, and we will support you to build your caseload as you grow in confidence and competence. You will access support from the multidisciplinary team of experienced clinicians, to help expand your clinical practice and work collaboratively with a range of Allied Health Professionals to provide quality outcomes for clients.


We are interested in working with new graduate, early-career, or experienced Allied Health Practitioners. Depending on experience and fit with the team, we are open to full-time or part-time employees, or subcontracting opportunities.


You may be eligible for a relocation grant of up to $10 000 via the NSW Government, please talk to us to discuss this option.

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