Graduate Information Session

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – Calling all OTs and Speech Pathologists 

Ready to launch your career in disability services in a fulfilling role, helping Australians to live life their way? Sign up today to find out more about our Graduate Pathways program. 

We are recruiting candidates for our graduate program, Graduate Pathways, and will be hosting two Graduate Information Sessions for roles in occupational therapy and speech pathology.

These sessions will provide an opportunity for you to learn more about our fantastic program in-person. There will be 2 events being held: one in Adelaide and the other in Sydney. 

To find out more information please fill out your details in the form on the right and we will be in touch.

Graduate Pathways Program Overview 

Graduate Pathways is the start of your journey with The Benevolent Society and is designed to provide you, new graduates, an experience that meets you where you are at in your level of learning, in an exciting and diverse environment. 

The program creates a nurturing community and supports your learning and development on various levels.  The aim of the program is to build a strong, competent, and confident workforce to deliver high quality services to the clients of The Benevolent Society.

Your pathways journey summarised

The program allows you to grow your skills and confidence with on the job and formal training, professional development, working within a professional governance framework and communities of practice with your peers. 

An infographic outlining the benefits of attending a graduate pathway program. This includes formal supervision, workshops by senior staff members, rotations with other areas of the business and a buddy system.

Other Benefits 

Training and Professional Development: The learning opportunities are endless. Our Practice Impact Management (PIM) team aims to offer a variety of learning opportunities for you to tap into including practice workshops, formal training, and other options.

Communities of Practice with your peers: You will also have the opportunity to connect with a Community of Practice (a group of Practitioners, Specialists, Clinicians, Therapists, Students and Student Supervisors) that share any area of interest and connects regularly to develop and Training and professional development. 

Professional Governance Framework: We have our own framework for all employees to adopt, which is aimed to support the work we do every day and to ensure our services are person-centred, connected, effective, and safe. This is available for all employees to adopt.


Testimonials from previous graduates

Hear what our Occupational and Speech Pathologists have to say about working at The Benevolent Society as a graduate fresh out of uni. 


 Kiah (below), an OT who came to The Benevolent Society as a uni placement
 A Benevolent Society staff member using their computer  


Rose (below), a Speech Pathologist who came to The Benevolent Society as a uni placement
 A Benevolent Society staff member with a young client playing cards  A Benevolent Society staff member playing cards with their young client

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