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Join our growing team

Are you a passionate Physiotherapist with a strong commitment to lifelong learning and helping children achieve their Physiotherapy goals? We would love to hear from you!

​We provide:

  • The opportunity to work in a team of experienced paediatric Physiotherapists

  • Flexible work arrangements (work the time fraction, days and hours you want)!

  • A comprehensive, structured internal professional development program

  • A caring and supportive culture where we support each other to learn, grow and provide the best possible care for the families we work with

  • Full admin support, so you can focus on clinical care

  • Outstanding remuneration

About us

We are a team of passionate physiotherapists who work collaboratively with children and their families to develop meaningful goals and implement evidence-based physiotherapy interventions. The Little Movers Physiotherapy clinic base is located in Yarraville within the Sum of Us Kids Therapy Hub where we work alongside other paediatric allied health professionals and we provide home, school and community visits to children living in the western suburbs of Melbourne. 

We have a culture in which knowledge and questions are shared openly, team brainstorming is encouraged during regular in-house PD sessions, and we support each other to continually develop our expertise and skills in order to provide the best possible service to the families we work with. 

We value our close relationships with other allied health teams, paediatricians, GPs, and hospitals, and we understand the importance of maintaining a high level of communication with the child’s whole healthcare team.


Read more about our team on our website

About the role

This role can be tailored to the experience of the successful applicant, so Senior Clinicians and early-mid career applicants are encouraged to apply. You will be working with children in the home, childcare, kinder, school, local playground, pool and other community settings. Many of the children accessing our mobile service have developmental delays or diagnosed disabilities with NDIS funding. Depending on the skills/experience and preferences of the successful applicant, the role can include clinic-based appointments in Yarraville which has a mix of private and NDIS clients seeking Physiotherapy assessment, neurodevelopmental surveillance and intervention for a very wide range of conditions. 

The caseload

The caseload is varied and includes neurological, genetic, neuromuscular, complex medical and orthopaedic conditions in addition to Autism Spectrum Disorders. We work with children from birth through to adolescence, however most of our caseload is infants and primary school aged children. 

Working in our team would give you the opportunity to broaden your experience through exposure to a diverse caseload, starting within your existing knowledge base and capabilities (the caseload can be tailored to the skills & knowledge of the successful applicant).​

​The benefits

  • The opportunity to develop your skills & knowledge working with children of all ages with a wide range of conditions, starting within your existing knowledge base and capabilities

  • Being part of a passionate and supportive team who share knowledge openly and empower each other to continually provide an excellent service to the families we work with

  • Access to a structured mentoring program and regular internal PD sessions

  • Full administration support so you can focus on providing clinical care

  • Hours and days are fully negotiable, however we prefer a minimum of 2 days per week to maximise your ability to connect with the rest of the team.

  • Outstanding remuneration, determined based on level of experience.​


  • AHPRA registration

  • Current Working with Children Check and Police Check

  • Current driver's license and car (for home & community visits)

  • Full working rights within Australia

  • Strong motivation to help children and their families to the best of your potential

  • Strong commitment to lifelong learning and professional development

  • The ability to develop good rapport and engage well with families to empower lasting change

  • The ability to engage and motivate children of all ages through play or age-appropriate activities

  • Sound knowledge of normal child development, and conditions affecting development

  • Excellent written and verbal communication and time management skills

  • A minimum of 5 years' Physiotherapy experience, ideally including experience in paediatric Physiotherapy, however applicants with strong skills and experience in other relevant areas (e.g., neurological Physiotherapy, solid experience working with children in other settings) will be considered for this role, as we offer a structured mentoring and PD program within our team. Please feel free to get in touch to discuss whether your experience to date is suitable for this role.

  • Equipment prescription experience (advantageous)

  • Knowledge of the NDIS system (advantageous)

  • Post-graduate training or qualifications in paediatric Physiotherapy (advantageous) ​

How to apply

If you are interested in finding out more about the role and whether it would be suitable for you, please do not hesitate to contact Alice Hill (Director) on 0438 028 220 or

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