Our Action Packed Graduate Program
Start your allied health career with a graduate role at Ability Action Australia!
As our business continues to grow, so does our appetite for incredible talent – like you! We believe in providing our team members with fantastic career pathways and we start at the very beginning with our Action Packed Graduate Program.
Join Ability Action Australia in a permanent position and receive industry-leading training through our 12-month Action Packed Graduate Program designed for recent and upcoming graduates. We’ll provide you with an opportunity to accelerate your learning and development within a nurturing environment where you will receive ongoing support, mentoring and training.
What does Ability Action Australia offer Graduates?
We know that taking the leap from university to the workforce can be daunting, so we’ve designed a strong, contemporary graduate program that will set you up for success. You can expect a year that is:
Packed with support
Including three levels of supervision and a clinical ‘ramp up’ program to build your case load gradually.
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Packed with development
With opportunities through our own Learning and Development team and at our parent company, MedHealth.
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Packed with benefits
Like an industry-leading salary package and numerous benefit and incentive programs.
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Packed with enjoyment
To build a caring, supportive and fun environment, where both teams and individuals flourish.
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Our Graduate Program
When you join Ability Action Australia in permanent role through our Action Packed Graduate Program, you’ll be embarking on a rewarding career and the opportunity to make a genuine difference in the lives of so many.
Our graduate program offers you industry leading training over a period of 12 months, there really is no better place to start your career in allied health.
You will be:
- Joining a fun team environment
- Receiving ongoing support, mentoring and professional development training
- Provided with constant opportunities to learn
- Allocated a dedicated Buddy peer who will guide you through your first months
- Encouraged to reach your full potential
- Making an impact
Key Program Dates
As our business continues to grow, so does our appetite for incredible talent who are ready to empower people to live a more meaningful life. We have multiple Graduate Program intakes each year, so please look out for the following programs:
- Mid-year intake – Applications are now open, closing Sunday, 24 July 2022. Program to commence on 18 July (NSW only) and 22 August 2022 (all other locations)
- January/February – Expressions of Interest open
- July/August – Expressions of Interest open
- January/February intake
- July/August intake
Our selection process
Our recruitment process is designed to make it as easy as possible for you as a candidate to find out if a role at Ability Action Australia is right for you.
Step 2: phone call
We will then be in contact to arrange a phone chat. This will be a chance for you to ask any questions you have about the program and learn more about Ability Action Australia. Our Talent Acquisition team are a speedy bunch so expect to hear back from us within 48 hours of your application.
Step 3: interview
You will then be invited to an interview with one of our leaders from the location you wish to work. We will ask you to take us through your placement experience and tell us a bit more about yourself. We will also ask about skills that you might bring to the role, and the ones you want help to develop.
Step 4: reference checks
We will ask you to provide two contacts so we can conduct reference checks.
Step 5: offer
Following the interview, our Talent Acquisition Team will be in touch to make an offer. If you are unsuccessful, we will provide detailed feedback to help set you up for success for your next interview experience.
Applications for our Graduate Program are now open
A bit about us
Ability Action Australia is an exciting, dynamic new national provider of allied health services to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). We are working together to make a genuine difference in the lives of people with disability.
Our important work
Want to know what it’s like to work with us? We asked one of our senior Occupational Therapists to take us through a day in her working life and why she is applying her expertise at Ability Action Australia.