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Workplace Rehabilitation Provider
Site / Location
Melbourne Support Office (relocating to 480 Swan st Richmond, July 2024)
Ref #
Australia Post
Opening Date
Work Type
Permanent Full Time

Description & Requirements

Help us deliver like never before
Australia Post is delivering like never before. From the vehicles that we drive, to the small businesses that make our communities thrive. We’re delivering for the environment, for our communities, for our customers and for our people. We’re moving forward and we want you to come along for the ride.  


About the opportunity  

The Workplace Rehabilitation Provider is responsible for assessing the rehabilitation needs of injured employees immediately following an injury and facilitating earliest possible return to work. They will be required to develop, implement, and monitor rehabilitation and return to work plans, liaise with medical/treating practitioners, service providers, workplace managers and claims officers. 

What you’ll deliver with us  

You will make a difference to our employees lives and help support them in their journey to return to work. 

You’ll also   

  • Assess an injured employee’s capability to undertake a rehabilitation program, including conducting initial rehabilitation assessments and work site assessments
  • Design, develop and manage return to work programs tailored to an individual’s rehabilitation needs
  • Assist with preventative injury management strategies for individual employees and the workplace, such as ergonomic or safe work practices
  • Maintain detailed and accurate file records
  • Conduct training sessions on occupational rehabilitation, policy and procedures


About you  

You will be an Allied Health professional who has a passion for helping others. We are seeking someone who also has strong communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills.  


You’ll also need   

  • Degree in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Rehabilitation Counselling or Exercise Physiology
  • Prior experience applying early injury management strategies
  • Eligibility for membership of relevant professional association
  • Excellent case management skills with proven return to work outcomes


How we’ll deliver for you

  • Be part of a culture where everybody feels they belong, are valued, and can bring their authentic self to work every day
  • We deliver on our values of Trust, Inclusivity, Empowerment and Safety every day. They’re the TIES that bind our team together
  • Flexible working, across head office and facilities across the network

We're delivering together

At Australia Post, we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate, live and gather as employees. 

We believe our business should reflect the diverse communities we operate in and are proud to be an inclusive workplace for people from all walks of life. We encourage applications from people of all ages, genders and backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, People with Disability, LGBTQIA+ and Refugees. We are one of the largest organisations in Australia to successfully achieve Disability Confident Recruiter status. We are committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free recruitment process and workplace for those living with a disability and are committed to reviewing and removing bias in our processes to create a gender-equitable recruitment experience and workplace.  

If you have any questions about accessibility, please contact our Diversity & Inclusion team on

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