Allied Health professionals at STARS work collaboratively as part of multidisciplinary teams caring for our patients.
We have opportunities from graduate roles to experienced practitioners in the following allied health professions:
- Anaesthetics support (with appropriate qualifications)
- Speech Pathology
- Social Work
- Medical Imaging
- Rehabilitation Engineering
- Orthotics and Prosthetics
- Occupational Therapy
What we offer
Read the full list of benefits of working for Metro North Hospital and Health Service.
Career and professional development
We are committed to ensuring our allied health professionals reach their individual career goals. We have a range of opportunities for professional development.
- Research opportunities
- Training programs and events
- Graduate support and mentoring
- Interdisciplinary collaborations across MNHHS, local, national and international institutions
- Strong partnerships with local universities
- Annual staff excellence awards
- Local, state, national and international conferences
Requirements to practice
There are specific requirements to practice in Australia for allied health professionals. Find out information about requirements to practice for each discipline and for internationally qualified allied health professionals.
- Mandatory vaccinations
- Criminal history check
- Other pre-employment checks including working with children
- Eligibility for work rights within Australia
Find out more about pre-employment requirements.
Are you an allied health new graduate looking for work? Some allied health services offer a comprehensive graduate program so you can put your knowledge into practice. Please note, not all allied health services have a graduate intake program. Visit Queensland Government Graduate Portal to check the latest graduate round offers in your profession.
How to apply
Find current vacancies by accessing the SmartJobs website.
STARS will feature multidisciplinary teams that include patients and their families working with the clinical and research teams on individual programs for care.
We will invest in our current and future workforce to develop skills needed in STARS.
At STARS, clinicians, researchers and academics work together, conducting translational research to improve patient outcomes through a long-term partnership with The University of Queensland (UQ).
Through our partnership with UQ, we will provide multi-disciplinary student clinical placements.
The STARS Education and Research Alliance Governing Board will oversee research projects, decide on the appointment of key educators and conjoint positions and promote innovative research and education.