Fit For Work is a leading provider of occupational health services in New Zealand. Employing over 80 (and contracting more than 200) staff, our fully-integrated team includes Occupational Physicians, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Vocational Practitioners, Psychologists, Occupational Health Nurses and Counsellors. With offices across the country, we provide a nationwide service to employers, ACC, Ministry of Social Development, insurance companies, and in fact anyone with a vested interest in the health of workers.
We are now hiring in these areas:
Physiotherapist - Motueka
Physiotherapist - Greymouth
Physiotherapist - Blenheim
Physiotherapist / Occupational Therapist - Dunedin
Physiotherapist / Occupational Therapist - Timaru/Ashburton
Vocational Consultant - Dunedin
Occupational Health Nurse - Christchurch
Occupational Physicians - Nationwide
Fit For Work is the largest independent employer of Occupational Physicians in New Zealand. OPs are an important part of the integrated interdisciplinary team within Fit For Work and we are currently looking to add to our team. For more information, please see our brochure here.
To find out more about our OP vacancies, please contact Tracy Mannering at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join a team with a fantastic and supportive culture!
"It has been a privilege working with such a supportive, experienced and a fun group of Clinicians here at Fit For Work. Flexible hours, travel component and the variety of work makes everyday both interesting and challenging. The annual adventure trips whether this be rafting, fishing or diving are definitely an added bonus!"
Lauren, Occupational Therapist, Christchurch
Join a company who holds yearly work trip adventures!
"In my first year I participated in a scuba diving “Padi” course and 4 day rafting trip down the Clarence River. My forearms were killing but also my sides from laughing so hard. Second trip was to the Doubtful Sounds it rained the whole week but the crew managed to overcome the weather with fishing in the rain, puzzles, paddle boarding, crazy games and witness how the beautiful waterfalls changed by the day. Beaut walks in the bush, glow worms by night not to mention, my first real open water dive in the Sounds commenced with a zap of lightening and crack of thunder with witnessing the black coral that are actually white!
Want a work place where you actually want to go on holiday with your work mates? Then apply here!"
Jennie, Occupational Therapist, Christchurch