Working at IPAR – Veteran Support Services Consultant

Veteran Support Services Consultant

If you’re passionate about making a real and positive impact in the lives of the clients you support, we’d love you to join us.

We are seeking qualified Allied Health Professionals (OTs, Rehabilitation Counsellors, Psychologists (fully registered or provisional) and Social Workers) to join our Veteran Support Services team and provide much-needed support to the veteran community.

Working within a multi-disciplinary team, you will support veterans and their families on their unique recovery and return to wellbeing journey. You will tailor your allied health skills and approach to the needs and circumstances of every veteran, drawing on your exceptional problem-solving, communication, attention to detail and time management skills.

Join our great team.
Simply fill out our simple registration form and our careers team will be in touch.


Let’s talk about the benefits

We support you as you undertake this important work. Join us and you will enjoy:

  • A wide range of employee benefits including flexible work, health and wellness programs and reward and recognition programs
  • Generous salary and bonus packages
  • A tailored and thorough induction program – KickSTARt – that sets you up for success
  • Regular and relevant CPD and professional training opportunities
  • Mentoring from our national Veteran Support Team
  • Engagement and involvement in our partnership with Invictus Australia
  • An opportunity to be part of our Veteran Advisory Board, made up of veterans, ex-serving members and people with close connections to the veteran community, to ensure our services remain veteran-centric and reflective of the needs of the community
  • A national network of offices with the opportunity for secondments and relocation
  • A ‘promote from within’ culture with new opportunities to advance
  • A close-knit, fun and energetic environment

Roles of variety, interest and challenge

No day is the same when you are supporting veterans and their families.

You will be:

  • Supporting veterans and their families with complex psychological and physical diagnoses to return to wellbeing and, where medically appropriate, to return to work
  • Undertaking a variety of assessments to support veterans engage in appropriate services
  • Supporting veterans and their families to understand and engage with civilian medical treatments and community support activities
  • Assisting veteran clients who may be experiencing a crisis or need mental health support
  • Attending case conferences to support veteran clients
  • Providing psychoeducation and training to clients and employers
  • Supporting veteran partners to engage in job seeking activities and obtain employment
  • Working with a variety of stakeholders to ensure veterans and their families are supported and connected, such as government departments, Ex-Service Organisations, community programs, the NDIS and treating health practitioners

Let’s explore your ideal career at IPAR

Register your interest to join IPAR right now. Simply fill out the form below and our careers team will contact you to talk about the possibilities.

Want to start with a confidential and friendly chat about your options at IPAR? Please call Grant Devlin on 0474 740 466.

You are welcome here

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, proudly welcoming people with disability including mental health conditions, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people from the LGBTQI community, veterans, carers and Indigenous Australians to our team. When you join IPAR, we want you to bring your whole self to work – and we value your unique contribution.

IPAR is a signatory of the Prime Ministers’ Veteran’s Employment Program.