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  • Rehabilitation Engineer/Biomechanist: Permanent part time position Brisbane, Aust

    Rehabilitation Engineer/Biomechanist: Permanent part time position
    Biomedical Engineers or Rehabilitation Engineers or Exercise Physiologists please apply.

    Queensland Children's Gait Laboratory, Department of Paediatric Rehabilitation, Children's Health Services District, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA.
    The Queensland Children's Gait Laboratory is the only Queensland Health paediatric motion analysis laboratory.

    Salary rates: $27.74 - $42.24 p.h., employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%) and annual leave loading (17.5%) (HP3) Permanent part time position, 38 hrs p.f. Applications will remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: H12RCH09216.

    Purpose: As a rehabilitation engineer/biomechanist with skills in clinical motion analysis and energy expenditure provide a professional level of clinical services to the Queensland Children’s Gait Laboratory.
    Contribute to the education, research, maintenance, quality assurance and improvement activities of the Queensland Children’s Gait Laboratory

    Enquiries: Teresa Phillips +61 7 3636 1416
    Application Kit:

    Click the above link to learn more about this role and to access the application process.

    Closing Date: Tuesday, 9 October 2012.

    Queensland Health's commitment to on-going training and education generally includes:

    Promotional/transfer opportunities

    Generous employer superannuation (up to 12.75%)

    Training and skills development

    Paid study leave contributions

    Cumulative sick leave

    17.5% Annual leave loading (where applicable)

    Salary sacrificing opportunities

    A criminal history check may be conducted on the recommended person for this job.

    If you wish to obtain further information about career opportunities in Queensland Health, please visit