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"APM is a rewarding place to work. Every day I get to experience working with a passionate team who are dedicated to changing people's lives through employment. The satisfaction from making a positive difference is considerable."
Ms Renea Blake - Claims Manager, Disability Employment Services
APM recognises that people want to feel successful both at home and at work, and therefore, we offer staff a variety of flexible work arrangements, such as flexible working hours and part-time work.
Employee benefits include the following:
One of the best things about having more than 400 locations across Australia and many in New Zealand and the UK is that we are able to provide our staff with significant transfer and promotional opportunities. So when you work here, you are truly able to go places.
Our performance incentive programs mean that staff are financially rewarded with bonus payments when they achieve identified targets.
APM employees are allocated a smart-phone, with unlimited national calls, so they are able to use this for personal calls, as well as work calls at no cost to them.
APM staff have the option of salary packaging, allowing them to choose a combination of cash and benefits to make up salary packages. The Australian Taxation Office allows the packaging of a number of benefits so that they are paid for from salary, before tax is incurred. These include:
This option is available to employees after they have passed a probationary period of employment. Vehicle packaging is provided through our partner Autopia (www.autopia.com.au), which is a specialist novated lease company providing simple, cheap and tax-effective options to own and run a car.
We recognise that health is important, which is why we have partnered with Bupa to provide employees with the benefits of corporate health insurance.
To assist employees with their professional development, APM provides a range of options, including access to internal training, online skills training and the option to apply for external training, funding and/or time away from work to study.
This program provides APM employees and their families with free, confidential counselling, coaching and support to assist with a broad range of life and work issues.
APM employees are provided the opportunity of flexible work options, family-friendly work practices and we support employees to balance the demands of work and personal life while maintaining high performance and productivity.
APM has a long-standing commitment to assisting in the training and development of health professionals. We work with universities around the country to provide students from various disciplines with the opportunity to gain practical experience as part of their graduate and post-graduate study.
Practicum placements enable students to develop specific skills and knowledge related to the delivery of services in rehabilitation counselling, occupational therapy and exercise physiology.
During the practicum placement, students receive on-the-job training and support, and will have the opportunity to work with a range of clients in different workplace settings. Students are supervised by both by APM and by their faculty advisor.
Many of our past students have gone on to be employed in graduate positions.
APM’s team works in a wide variety of roles which makes for exciting careers with our company. Positions at APM include, but are not limited to:
The following information is provided for people who have either been selected for an interview for a position with APM or people who have received an offer of employment from APM.
The company details that you may require are:
If you have any queries or difficulties, please phone our recruitment team on 0407 374 387.
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WA: please click here
NT: please click here
The Working with Children Check and a Police Check are different checks.
Under the Working with Children Act 2005, if you are doing child-related work and not exempt, you must have a Working with Children Check, even if you have also had a Police Check done.
The Working with Children Check is conducted by the relevant government department to determine if a person poses an unjustifiable risk to the safety of children. The Working with Children Check screens a person's criminal records and, in some cases, their professional conduct. The Working with Children Check focuses on serious sexual, violent and drug offences. For more information about a list of offences, please click here. Departments continue to monitor these records for the life of the Working with Children Check.
The Police Check is not an assessment by a government agency. It is only a list, at a given point in time, of the offences a person has committed. Organisations request this list to help them assess a person's suitability for other kinds of work. For example, an organisation might want to know about fraud offences if they were recruiting someone with access to cash or expensive goods.
|Working with Children Check||Police Check|
|Does it allow me to work or volunteer with children?||Yes. Passing this check allows you to engage in child-related work for five years while your criminal record continues to be monitored.||No.|
|How does it work?||This check is a screening process that examines serious criminal charges, offences, findings of guilt and professional conduct reports related to the safety of children across a person's lifetime.||A Police Check is only a list of the offences that can be disclosed from a person's national criminal records. There is no assessment or investigation made of the offences.|
|Can I fail?||Yes. You will either pass or fail this check.||You cannot pass or fail a Police Check. It is simply a list of offences, but an organisation may offer employment, subject to a successful Police Check.|
|What is checked?||National criminal records and professional conduct reports.||National criminal records.|
|What kinds of offences are included?||Offences relevant to the safety of children, such as serious sexual, violent or drug crimes.||All types of offences (if you have been fined, the offence will appear on your record).|
|How far back does the check go?||Across a person's lifetime.||Some offences cannot be disclosed, depending on when they were committed. For further information, please click here to access Victoria Police's Information Release Policy.|
|How long is the check valid for?||Each jurisdiction is different, but the range is from three to five years unless suspended, revoked or surrendered.||Only current at the time of issue. Your organisation may require you to undergo subsequent Police Checks.|
|Is my criminal record monitored?||Yes. Your criminal record continues to be monitored for the life of this check. Police automatically notify the relevant department of relevant charges, offences and findings of guilt, which then results in a re-assessment of your eligibility to hold this check.||No. A new Police Check is needed to show any new offences.|
|What happens when I change organisations?||If you pass, this check is valid for 3-5 years unless the relevant department suspends or revokes it. This check enables you to lawfully carry out child-related work for any organisation. However, if you move from voluntary to paid work, you must apply for an employee Working with Children Check and pay the fee.||Organisations have their own policies regarding Police Checks. You may need a new Police Check when you start a new job.|
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