APM is a leading provider of health and rehabilitation services. Our Allied Health team helps people recover after injury, return to work, live independently, reach their goals, and stay connected with their community.
Our team includes Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Health Nurses, Social Workers, Vocational Consultants, Rehabilitation Coaches, Dietitians and Speech-Language Therapists. APM provides an exciting path of progression and development as you grow and learn within a supportive environment.
We work with various government agencies and organisations, including ACC, MSD, NZDF, third party insurers, private employers and the general public. We deliver a wide range of services which means you'll have many opportunities to grow in new areas and diversify your work. Our contracts include
APM offers variety of caseload and clinical presentations, which will keep you interested! We've created a flexible workplace to support autonomy and encourage a work/life balance. We invest in benefits to support our people to provide the best possible service to our clients.
To support your ongoing development, we can help you find opportunities for you to explore your special interest areas. You will have access to funding for continuous professional development and a high degree of internal support via clinical advisors, team panels, and virtual offices.
You will get to assess and provide rehabilitation to clients with a variety of injuries or disabilities, minimising barriers which may impact on their ability to work, live independently or engage in the community. You may work across a combination of community and vocational rehabilitation, paediatric service and also private referrals (depending on location). If you have experience or interest in Concussion Management, Mental Health, Pain Management Services this can be advantageous. Your work will include:
Our staff enjoy a mixed caseload with a range of physiotherapy and rehabilitation clients. We work with clients of all ages and backgrounds; with acute to chronic conditions, sedentary to high physical performance activity, and minor to complex presentations. We provide assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation across a broad spectrum.
Day-to-day work can include a number of physiotherapy practises i.e. manual therapy, needling, exercise prescription, functional programs, hydrotherapy, ergonomics, and education. Work may be based in the clinic, home, workplace, or out in the community.
Prior experience in a Musculoskeletal or Sports Physiotherapy Private Practice is useful but not required.
"I was attracted to what APM stood for and I am passionate about enabling people to return to activities they have been unable to participate in. It is critical to be able to enjoy aspects of all areas of life - spiritually, socially, mentally, and physically! APM allows me to work towards functional outcome and see my clients return to a task that is rewarding and meaningful to them." - Sami Williams, Occupational Therapist
Working as a psychologist at APM offers exposure to various mental health presentations in the community ranging from general mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and trauma. Psychosocial difficulties such as relationship problems and more complex presentations. Specialist areas such as personality pathology, paediatrics, ADHD, ASD, learning difficulties and functional presentations.
We use a range of interventions and approaches with our clients, such as CBT, DBT, REBT, ACT, and EMDR.
We are looking for dynamic and adaptable Psychologists with existing diverse skill sets and experience to service a wide variety of presentations, including anxiety, depression, concussion/brain injury, complex mental health, pain management and trauma. Psychologists must be registered under a vocational scope. We will consider your application and vocational registration based on the needs at the time.
Our registered nurses deliver pre-employment screenings, vaccinations, drug and alcohol testing, and provide key worker services under our Vocational Rehabilitation contracts.
This role involves working in a multi-disciplinary team and liaising with other allied health team members and ACC Case Managers. You’ll apply your clinical expertise and reasoning in written reports, summarising client assessments, goals, and progress.
Prior experience in Audiometry and Spirometry Screening is helpful but not a requirement.
"I returned to live in NZ in 2019 and had been interested in doing a different type of role within physiotherapy. APM offered this through the variety of work both with the military at Burnham and the different programs at the Christchurch office. I look forward to getting settled into both roles." - Katherine Kerr, Physiotherapist
Our people are dedicated, approachable, and passionate about making a difference for New Zealanders. We are looking for people who share our passion and strive for excellence. We are looking for self-starters who enjoy managing their caseload and supporting kiwis to achieve their goals.
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You need a minimum of 2 years post-grad experience to provide services under ACC contracts. If you are a student or looking to graduate soon, check out our New Graduate Programme. For most of our community-based roles, you’ll need a full driver’s licence (NZ or AU) as you’ll be out visiting clients and workplaces. We have opportunities for full-time, part-time, or contractor positions.
Being part of the APM team is fulfilling and rewarding. We strive to be an employer of choice by prioritising the wellbeing and growth of our people.
We've created a flexible and supportive workplace to enable a work/life balance that works for you. We invest in benefits to support our people to provide the best possible service to our clients.
Our core values support our mission of enabling better lives and are reflected in our work and the outcomes we achieve.
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