It’s our aim to build a strong, country allied health workforce – and to do this, we want passionate, inspiring people committed to learning and growing in their chosen field.
To support you to be the best clinician you can be, you’ll be working with a team that represent some of the best in their field. The hands-on approach we offer will provide insight into a unique and exciting career path, only experienced when you work in country healthcare.
The organisation you start your career with can shape the future of your working life, which is why the team around you and the clinical support and knowledge they provide is crucial!
Shape your future with our New Graduate program
As a new graduate working with us, you’ll be fully supported in a multidisciplinary team, learning from experienced clinicians and leaders in their profession. You’ll also receive on-the-job clinical training and guidance, giving you the confidence and tools to learn, grow and step into your career.
We have career pathways for occupational therapists, speech pathologists, positive behaviour support, social workers, mental health social workers and provisional psychologists.
What we can offer you
- An organisation that lives by its values
- A commitment to providing a workplace where individuals are heard, respected and celebrated
- An established and dedicated new graduate allied health program delivered by healthcare and industry experts covering clinical and professional development topics
- Realistic KPIs and workload with support to develop and maintain your time management skills
- A gradual and supported increase to your caseload so you develop with competence AND confidence
- Guaranteed supervision structured to support your development as a clinician and as a professional
- Support to develop knowledge across a broad range of clinical domains
Working at Marathon Health
In addition to the above, you will have access to:
We offer a competitive remuneration package, and as a not-for-profit organisation, you can access salary packaging of up to $15,900 each year – increasing your take home pay. New graduates can also access relocation support of up to $2000 when moving to rural NSW.
Professional development opportunities
Up to $1,500 professional development allowance, up to five days paid study leave and a bonus $500 towards your professional development as a new graduate, as well as access to in-house learning in a range of areas.
We prioritise staff health and wellbeing as part of our progressive and inclusive workplace culture, with 24/7 access to our free, confidential employee assistance program for counselling support.
Up to five weeks annual leave per year, plus extra paid leave over Christmas/New Year shutdown. We also offer access to other leave such as cultural and community service leave.
Read our New Graduate Guide for a full list of benefits.
Who can apply
- Allied health students in their last year of tertiary qualifications looking for employment as a graduate on completion
- Those who have recently graduated and are looking for an employer to support them to learn and make a positive impact on people’s lives
Meet your mentors
We want you to feel supported, which is why we provide regular mentoring and supervision sessions with our senior clinicians. Our team will share knowledge and ensure you’re on the right track.Hear from your mentors
Want to find out more about our graduate employment opportunities? Complete and submit the form below and one of the team will be in touch to chat.
Page last updated: 20 November 2023