Allied Health Assistant


About our Company

This is an exciting opportunity to join our clinic delivering therapy services across the life span. Thrive4Life is a multi-disciplinary private practice based in Shepparton in the Goulburn Valley region of Victoria.
Thrive 4 Life was born from the belief that we all deserve to thrive (not just survive) no matter what life throws at us. We desire this for our clients and our Team.


Join a supportive and enthusiastic team, passionate about professional and personal development. We pride ourselves on helping our clients and our team to THRIVE.

About the position

We are seeking an Allied Health Assistant/Social Support Worker to work with our broad range of clients across the disability and aged community sector. This role will involve supporting clients through appropriate activities. Ensuring tasks are planned and implemented safely whilst encouraging clients to participate and adhere to treatment plans within the scope of your practice.

Our team service the Shepparton region and surrounding towns. Clients are seen in their preferred location either at home, Aged Care Facilities, Specialist Disability Accommodation, gyms, schools, equipment suppliers or in our clinic. You will be well supported at Thrive4Life Therapy with opportunities to learn, grow and up-skill.

We have a dedicated weekly team huddle, monthly team meetings and monthly team case conferencing sessions. Suitable mentoring and supervision will also be provided from our senior AHA Manager. We are strong believers in great work-life balance and are happy to accommodate so you can enjoy both work and all that regional Victoria has to offer. This role is available on a part-time basis with competitive salary + super, car allowance, laptop, work phone and approved personal development courses.


We are looking for an Allied Health Assistant with the following:

• Ability to work autonomously and provide a mobile service, with use of own vehicle/transportation.

• Great people and communication skills.

• Enjoys working with children, adults, older adults and carers and is committed to making a difference in their lives.

• Can accurately document client progress and maintain documents as required in an online clinical IT software.

• Knowledge and experience of the NDIS processes is desirable but not essential.

• Police Check and Working with Children Check/ NDIS worker screening.

• Current driver’s license and car


How to apply

If you are interested in joining our Team and would like to apply for this position, please send your resume and a letter outlining your relevant experience to For a confidential conversation about this role, please call Kelly (Practice Manager) on 0439 884 284. Applications close on: 22nd April 2022