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Future is bright for KINNECT’s new graduate recruits

People Stories 25 Feb 2022
Eight new recruits have been welcomed to KINNECT as part of our 2022 new graduate cohort.

The graduate program is a new addition to the employment and training opportunities provided by KINNECT. 

Spearheading the graduate program is KINNECT’s General Manager, Dave Hughes, who said there was a huge demand for the new graduate program places. 

“As a business, we’ve always employed graduates, but as we continue to grow rapidly it’s vital that we plan ahead to make sure we have the right level and mix of skills to run our operations into the future. 

“Attracting, developing and retaining excellent staff, and actively partnering with them in career development and succession planning is so important” 

“Our graduates will get to learn the full spectrum of service delivery at KINNECT, across workplace rehabilitation and occupational health, which is unlike the opportunities at other providers.  It’s an exciting and varied opportunity and quite unique to KINNECT.” 

KINNECT’s new allied health graduates will learn the ropes in Occupational Health and Workplace Rehabilitation services as well as participating in project work onsite. The graduates will have a full year program of learning, with integrated support and mentorship provided throughout. 

Places in the program were assigned to those who successfully made it through the highly competitive new graduate recruitment drive at the end of 2021.   

The new graduates in our 2022 cohort are: 

  • Noor Yelda, Rehabilitation Counsellor who joins KINNECT Melbourne from La Trobe University 
  • Ishan Narendran, Provisional Psychologist who joins KINNECT Macquarie Park from University of Sydney 
  • Frazer Fairbrother, Accredited Exercise Physiologist who joins KINNECT Gold Coast from Griffith University 
  • Milun Ball, Accredited Exercise Physiologist who joins KINNECT Mascot from UNSW 
  • Shania Flanagan, Accredited Exercise Physiologist who joins KINNECT Townsville, from JCU  
  • Maryam Rogers, Accredited Exercise Physiologist who joins KINNECT Melbourne from Victoria University 
  • Renee Oates, Accredited Exercise Physiologist who joins KINNECT Sunshine Coast from SCU 
  • Zaliha Hanna-Idris, Accredited Exercise Physiologist who joins KINNECT Melbourne from UNSW 
For more information about our Graduate Program and other career opportunities visit our Careers Pages.