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Are you driven to achieve clinical excellence?

If you’d like to learn from the best, KEO might just be the place for you. With an exceptional clinical team and a warm, vibrant culture, KEO is bursting with opportunities for the right people. And as a growing multidisciplinary allied health provider, we’re looking for therapists who are equally passionate about supporting people to lead vibrant lives.


Join an uplifting culture

We believe that our success depends entirely on your success. And we know that when you’re feeling valued and happy at work, you’ll give your clients the best possible care. When you join KEO, you’re joining a truly caring and collaborative culture. We lean on each other. We laugh together. And we genuinely enjoy coming to work each and every day.

Enjoy variety in your work

Want to have access to a varied caseload with real diversity in your day-to-day role? At KEO, you can.
As a multidisciplinary practice, we offer career opportunities in countless specialist areas – and across a range of settings. You’ll always be challenged and engaged at KEO

Work with like-minded professionals

As a high-calibre healthcare professional, you deserve to work with others who share your drive for excellence. Because that way, you’ll get to learn, grow, feel challenged – and be the best you can be. From advanced practice physiotherapists to specialist speech pathologists, you’ll work alongside Australia’s leading healthcare professionals.

Pursue your passion

At KEO, we want to learn about your strengths, aspirations and interests – so that we can mould the right role and career path for you. Whether it’s pursuing clinical expertise in a particular area or building your leadership skills, we’re here to support your success.

Values and perks of practising at KEO

When you carve out a career at KEO, you’ll enjoy:

  • Connection

    We believe in fostering strong connections among our team members. We share information, resources, and support each other, creating a supportive and collaborative work environment. Our Monthly KEO Care Days and regular team-building activities allow us to connect on a personal level. We prioritise open and respectful communication, ensuring everyone feels valued and heard.

    What you can expect:

    • Monthly KEO Care Days-Here we come together have breakfast connect and collaborate Team-building activities
    • Social events such as team breakfasts, social clubs, and celebrations
    • Consistent clinical supervision and industry-leading support
  • Kindness

    Kindness is at the heart of our culture at KEO Care. We treat everyone with respect and compassion, be it team members. participants, supports, or stakeholders. Supporting each other’s well-being is a priority, and we aim to positively impact others through our work.

    What you can expect:

    • 12 Personal Health and well-being days a year to focus on yourself
    • Flexible work arrangements – work from the office or home, part-time or full access to our Employee Assistance Program to care for your well-being
    • Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers
  • Striving for excellence

    We are dedicated to achieving excellence in everything we do. We go above and beyond for our team, recognising and valuing service excellence. Acting with integrity, we offer innovative solutions aligned with best practices, ensuring the best outcomes for our clients and team.

    What you can expect:

    • Personalised Career pathways and Leadership programs
    • Full administration support so you have more time to focus on what you do best
    • Generous Base Salary, super, car allowance, and bonuses
    • We provide you with the best tech and tools available to help you get the job done
  • Lifelong learning

    We believe in continuous growth and development at KEO Care. We support our team members in achieving their professional development and career goals. Proactively seeking opportunities to learn from others and contributing to supervision sessions. we nurture a culture of lifelong learning.

    What you can expect:

    • Professional Development Opportunities
    • Generous support from clinical excellence leads and specialists
    • Study allowance and leave to attend external CPD courses
    • Year-round internal clinical education calendar and workshops to learn from one another

Browse our live opportunites


Graduate Occupational Therapist

Full Time Opportunity

Provide community-based services to NDIS participants of all ages and abilities. Work with participants to achieve their goals, foster independence and strengthen their links within the community.


Team Leader | Speech Pathologist or Occupational Therapist

Full Time Opportunity

Location is based in Mill Park


Occupational Therapist | Paediatric

Full Time Opportunity

Location is based in Mill Park, Nunawading, Elsternwick or Carrum Downs


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