Pros of transitioning from Paramedic to Occupational Rehab from our Paramedic team members:
  1. Improved work-life balance: Regular working hours, finishing on time, with flexible scheduling options and a supportive management approach promoting a healthy work-life integration.
  2. Familiarity with on-road work: Occupational Rehab still involves fieldwork, providing a mix of office-based and on-road responsibilities.
  3. Expansion of clinical knowledge: Existing clinical knowledge from being a paramedic is beneficial, and learning in Occupational Rehab can also benefit future casual paramedic work.
  4. Reduced stress: Moving away from the front lines of emergency response leads to a calmer work environment.  
  5. Continuation of helping people: While the immediacy may differ, team members can still see the positive impact of their actions in facilitating and managing claims in Occupational Rehab. 
Overall, the transition offers improved work-life balance, familiarity with fieldwork, expanded clinical knowledge, reduced stress, and the satisfaction of making a positive impact in a different way.

About Nabenet  
As an industry-leading organisation affiliated with the renowned Altius Group, Nabenet offers an unparalleled opportunity to be part of a dynamic and award-winning team. With a strong focus on innovation, collaboration, and professional growth, we provide an environment where you can thrive and make a real impact.
Join us in our commitment to excellence and discover a rewarding career that offers rapid advancement, a wealth of resources, and a positive work culture.
With our team of over 700 healthcare professionals offering a suite of holistic, evidence-based, health advice and therapy services, our mission is to be the Australian market leader in supporting people on their wellbeing journey.
About the role
As a Rehabilitation Consultant, you will play an instrumental role in facilitating the recovery and rehabilitation of individuals who have experienced injury, illness, or disability.
Your clinical expertise gained as a Paramedic will be pivotal in supporting individuals regain independence, improve their quality of life, and reintegrate into the community and the workforce.  
  • Delivering case management and coordinating rehabilitation services
  • Conducting worksite assessments and using lateral thinking and forward planning skills to identify potential return to work pathways in line with likely recovery milestones
  • Utilising problem-solving skills, clinical experience, and knowledge of injury management to perform assessments and facilitate the return to work of claimants
  • Liaising with a variety of stakeholders, including insurance companies, medical practitioners, employers, and employees
  • Developing personalised rehabilitation plans that support a whole-of-person approach to rehabilitation
  • Developing quality early intervention strategies
  • Presenting case information to various stakeholders and providing credible recommendations/solutions to drive the desired goal
Some of the benefits:
  • Career Growth: Unlock your potential with access to cutting-edge training and development programs and generous professional development budget
  • Diverse Clients: Experience a variety of cases across industries, expanding your expertise.
  • Collaboration: Join forces with top-notch professionals for holistic client support.
  • Tech Advantage: Leverage advanced systems for efficient service delivery.
About you:
  • Tertiary qualifications in Paramedicine and AHPRA registration
  • Driver’s licence and car will be required for this role
Apply now and embark on an extraordinary career path with us.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Anna Caelli or connect on LinkedIn   

Apply now to find out more, or for a confidential discussion call Anna Caelli on 0411 121 775 We are a 2023 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant.