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Occupational Therapist | QLD

Phone: (07) 4122 4959
Email: OTAmandaBird@gmail.com

Summary

We provide an outstanding community based Occupational Therapist service in a supportive, professional team. Come and join us.

• Based on the beautiful Fraser Coast

• Diverse adult case load specialising in rehabilitation, seniors, chronic disease, home care and hand therapy

• Professional support and training provided

About Health is a thriving Allied Health private practice based in Maryborough and servicing the Fraser Coast and surrounding areas of the Wide Bay.

With increasing demand for our quality services, we are expanding our team and looking for highly motivated, exceptional therapists to join us.  With a comprehensive training and mentor program available, we also encourage new graduates to apply.

We provide a range of services including comprehensive assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, equipment prescription, sports medicine, home modifications, hand therapy and chronic disease management.  Our services are provided in our well-equipped clinic, at our client's homes and in the community.  Therapists will see clients independently or as part of the treatment team with colleagues.  Company vehicle supplied for work.

Your role

You'll provide holistic, expert care to facilitate and enhance the health, wellness and independence of our clients.  To support you in providing an amazing service, you will be joining an experienced professional team with great administrative support.  You will participate in a range of training and professional development opportunities, and you will be working in a great environment with awesome people who do amazing work and have fun along the way.

Essential Criteria

  • tertiary degree qualification/s in Occupational Therapy
  • registration with AHPRA 
  • current National Police Certificate
  • current Drivers License
  • Professional Indemnity Insurance
  • compassionate, friendly and professional attitude
  • amazing customer service skills and desire to make a difference to the lives of the people you work with

The competitive salary package will be dependent on the applicant, with above award wage, performance bonuses, ongoing training and career development opportunities.

Please email your application including resume and cover letter to Amanda at: OTAmandaBird@gmail.com 

Senior Clinician | Women's Prevention & Recovery Care | VIC

Summary

• An exciting opportunity to develop, implement and provide clinical leadership in new innovative service

• Multiple positions available - Full time and part time, ongoing roles

• Based in St Albans

The Women's PARC is a 12 bed, women-only, PARC service which can accommodate up to three dependent children (under 5 years old) with their mother during their stay. WPARC will provide short term mental health recovery and rehabilitation support to women residing in the North and West metropolitan areas. The service will be operated in partnership with a mental health community support service (MHCSS) and is due to open in mid 2022.

This is a multidisciplinary role and is open to Registered Psychiatric Nurses, Occupation Therapists, Social Workers and Psychologists.

Your new role:

  • This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in establishing a new and innovative service in collaboration with WPARC leadership group.
  • Be a key player in building a new team and developing positive team culture. 
  • Provide leadership and share your clinical expertise to support a multidisciplinary clinical and wellbeing team.
  • Support the delivery of a recovery oriented and trauma informed service
  • Deliver evidence-based mental health and discispline specific interventions to women and children staying at WPARC.
  • Participate in service development and continuous improvement within the team.

About you:

  • At least 5 years' clinical experience in a public mental health setting/s
  • Passionate meeting the mental health and wellbeing recovery needs of women and children 
  • Extensive clinical experience in delivering mental health and discipline specific interventions
  • A commitment to delivering high quality, consumer and family centred care
  • Ability to engage and collaborate with key internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to work with a multidisciplinary team and provide clinical leadership, mentoring and support the development of staff
  • High level of verbal and written communications 

Benefit of working with us:

Here at The RMH we strive for excellence with a strong purpose that defines the work we do for our community – Advancing health for everyone, every day. This is the Melbourne Way.   

We believe our success comes from our people. We’re committed to the RMH being a great place to work and a great place to receive care. We have made a long-term commitment to strengthen our organisational culture through leadership, education and empowering our staff to Speak Up for themselves and each other.

This is a role where your passion and expertise can come together to create a truly defining career opportunity. It is a unique opportunity to help us transform the future of the RMH and ultimately ensure we continue to deliver world class healthcare. 

The RMH is proud to be a workplace that champions diversity, inclusion and equality for our staff and our community. Our goal is for our people to feel safe, included and supported so that they can be at their best every single day. We encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies, and will consider adjustments to support such applications.

 

Interested?

Please Note - recruitment is ongoing, with interviews commencing as soon as suitable candidates are received

For a confidential discussion please connect via the details below.

All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working with Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment and COVID 19 Vaccination prior to commencement.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are highly encouraged to apply along with individuals who have experience in working with ACCHO and Aboriginal Communities and Families.

Contact details

Madeline Thyer 0448955572

Gemma MacLellan 0423536266

Occupational Therapist | VIC

Phone: (03) 5772 0854
Url: https://www.livehire.com/job/adh/N3JGH

Summary

Alexandra is a 90-minute drive from Melbourne and is in close proximity to tourist attractions such as Lake Eildon, picturesque national parks, the Great Victorian Rail Trail and access to Victoria's snowfields. It offers a rural lifestyle and is enjoyed by walkers, bike riders, skiers, fisherman and anyone who loves peaceful living and the great outdoors.

ADH is the major health service within the Shire of Murrindindi and has long and proud history in health-related service provision to the area, providing medical and surgical care in a wide range of specialties, as well as multiple Primary Health programs.

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced and highly motivated Occupational Therapist to join the Primary Health team. You will enjoy the opportunity to work both as an independent clinician and within our supportive multi-disciplinary team. You will be responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of adult OT services for those living in the Murrindindi Shire.

The role is varied and includes community clients, inpatients of ADH’s acute facility and some residential age care clients within the catchment area. No two days are the same, with tasks including home modification, equipment prescription, rehabilitation in the community and hand therapy.  

The successful candidate will have:

  • Degree in Occupational Therapy
  • Current Registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) 
  • Proven experience in the delivery of Occupational Therapy services in a subacute or community setting, including facilitation of client self-management strategies
  • Current Drivers Licence
  • Demonstrated ability to assess clinical situations, respond appropriately and prioritise in a flexible and adaptable way
  • Be a competent communicator with the ability to liaise across the multi-disciplinary team 

What we can offer you:

  • Generous salary packaging benefits
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • A friendly and supportive team environment

For further information regarding this position please contact Chris Wasley, Primary Health Manager (03) 5772 0854.

Applications close Sunday 5th June 2022, close of business.

To obtain a position description ad to apply visit: https://www.livehire.com/job/adh/N3JGH

Occupational therapy student supervisor X 2 | VIC

Summary

Occupational therapy student supervisors for 6 and 10 week blocks (June/July and October/November respectively:

  • Residential Aged Care (Carlton) 3 days a week 
  • Primary School (Ringwood) 2 days a week

These roles require enthusiastic clinicians to provide supervision to a group of students (10 students in a residential aged care facility; 7 students in a primary school).

Both facilities provide OT placements for students for 2 placement blocks - eight weeks in June/July and four weeks in October/November. The student supervisor role will include two additional weeks for pre-placement planning and report preparation attached to each block.

Role:

In a partnership with agency staff the Swinburne supervisor will:

  •  liaise with university staff
  •  negotiate with the agency to plan the student program
  •  provide direct OT supervision during the placement.
  •  consult with agency staff to prepare student reports
  •  complete the student evaluations at midway and completion.

This position will suit someone with an interest in student supervision and occupational therapy education.

Essential requirements:

  • Occupational therapy qualification and current registration with AHPRA
  • Experience in student supervision
  • Experience in working with older adults (for the first role)
  • Experience in working with children and/or in schools (for the second role)
  • Experience running group programs
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Sound organizational and time management skills

For more information contact Robin Lovell rlovell@swin.edu.au  

Occupational Therapist | Grade 2 | VIC

Summary

About Monash

Monash Health is Victoria’s largest public health service. We are proud to provide healthcare to one quarter of Melbourne’s population, across the entire life-span from newborn and children, to adults, the elderly, their families and carers. More than 22,000 employees work at over 40 care locations across south eastern Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children’s Hospital, Moorabbin Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital, Kingston Centre, Cranbourne Centre, and an extensive network of rehabilitation, aged care, community health and mental health facilities. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org.

Monash Health Community’s guiding principle is contemporary person-centered care and proactively supports our community to improve and maintain health, independence and wellbeing by coordinating and providing care across multiple settings while supporting clients to live their best lives.  The Aged and Community Care Program consist of a multi-disciplinary team providing an interdisciplinary service to support frail older people, younger people with disabilities and their carers.  The program aims to keep the client independent within their community, proactively promoting health and independence, and self-management whilst assisting with timely interventions to prevent deterioration of the condition, and admission to hospital and or residential care 

About the Movement Disorder Program at Monash Health The Monash Health Movement Disorders Program at the Kingston Centre is dedicated to the provision of a world class health service for people with Parkinson’s disease, or other movement disorders, their caregiver and family. The Movement Disorders Program includes a multidisciplinary team of experts who provide assessment, treatment, advice and support for every stage of the journey, from the early years to the later years of living with Parkinson’s disease. The Movement Disorder Program offers inpatient services, outpatient clinic appointments and community visits. The research department of the program, the Clinical Research Centre for Movement Disorders and Gait, works closely with the clinicians across the program to ensure the services offered are based on current evidence thereby ensuring best care for our clients. 

https://monashhealth.org/services/movement-disorders-program/  

About the Falls and Balance Clinic 

The Falls and Balance clinic is a specialist diagnostic clinic that offers assessment, diagnosis, intervention, education, advice, and support for clients experiencing falls or balance problems. 

The main aim of the clinic is to provide clients with an individualised assessment to determine the main risk factors associated with falls where the cause has previously been complex or unclear. Following this assessment, a care plan is established which may include individualised falls prevention strategies, recommendations regarding medical management and/or further investigations, and referrals onto relevant community services and group programs for ongoing strength and balance training in addition to implementation of falls prevention strategies and management. 

The clinic provides a multidisciplinary assessment with input from physiotherapy, occupational therapy and geriatrician. This may include, telehealth, home visit or in clinic assessments depending on the clinical need of the client. 

About the role 

The Specialist Clinics at Kingston Centre are looking for a either a Grade 2 Occupational Therapist, or experienced Grade 1 Occupational Therapist, to join our Movement Disorder and Falls and Balance Clinics. This full time role is temporary until 12/10/2022. 

You will be responsible for providing care to patients and family members within both the Movement Disorder and Falls and Balance Clinics as part of the multidisciplinary team. This is a unique position offering rare and invaluable experience in these two specialist services. You will be well supported by the highly experienced Grade 3 Occupational Therapist. 

You will work collaboratively within the high functioning, passionate and supportive teams. You will be responsible for the provision of comprehensive multidisciplinary assessments and occupational therapy services to patients and their families/carers to enable them to maintain optimal independence, provide targeted education and evidenced-based strategies, and facilitate access to appropriate community services and support.   

These services can take place in a client’s home, in the clinic setting and/or by telehealth.  

This position is based at Kingston Centre but may be required to work at any of the Monash Health sites. 


Monash Health employee benefits: 

  • Salary packaging 
  • Discounted banking (BankVic) 
  • Access to professional development courses and seminars 

Monash Health will offer: 

  • Friendly and supportive culture 
  • Opportunity to experience various teams 
  • On-going supervision and professional development 

How to Apply 

Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity, and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles. 

Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered. 

Existing Monash Health Employees should apply using your Monash Health employee account. For any queries regarding employee accounts contact Recruitment Services by email – recruitment@monashhealth.org. 

Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.  These include: 

  • reference checks; 
  • a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months; 
  • a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same);and 
  • proof of immunisation. 

A request to conduct probity checks does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made. 

As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interview. 

Under the Victorian Public Health orders, all employees working within the Public Health system must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and are required to provide acceptable evidence of their vaccination status.  The current orders require evidence of three doses. 

All applicants to positions with Monash Health will need to upload acceptable evidence of full vaccination against COVID-19 as part of their application.  Acceptable evidence is a copy of your Immunisation History Statement or your COVID-19 Digital Certificate, which can be accessed via MyGov. 

To view the full position description and to apply now, click here!

Older Persons | Mental Health Clinician | NSW

Summary

Are you looking for a Life-Style Change or Career Progression?

These are some of the opportunities within our Health Service:

Location: Moruya

Older Persons – Mental Health Clinician - Moruya

Requisition No: REQ281892

Salary: Dependent on Qualifications - $33.13 to $52.09 per hour

Enquiries Jodie Quinnell 02 4474 1561

Close Date: 2 June 2022

Log-on to https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/  for further information on these and other opportunities.

APPLY ONLINENOW!

NSW Health Service: employer of choice

Community Mental Health Clinician | Adult Team | NSW

Summary

Are you looking for a Life-Style Change or Career Progression?

These are some of the opportunities within our Health Service:

Location: Moruya

Community Mental Health Clinician – Adult Team

Requisition No: REQ281902

Salary: Dependent on  Qualifications - $33.13 to $52.09 per hour

Enquiries: Jodie Quinnell 02 4474 1561

Close Date: 2 June 2022

Log-on to https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/  for further information on these and other opportunities.

APPLY ONLINENOW!

NSW Health Service: employer of choice

NDIS Mental Health Occupational Therapist | Grade 2 | VIC

Summary

• Exciting clinical position within a public health NDIS Service

• Ongoing training and development opportunities

• Part time or full time

About the Role


This exciting role will support the development and expansion of existing NDIS services and provide clinical leadership to the Mental Health Occupational Therapy (MH OT) Service.  The MH OT service will work in collaboration with the multidisciplinary NDIS service, including Prosthetics and Orthotics and Young Adults Complex Disability Services.  The MH OT service provides high quality occupational therapy assessment and interventions as well as training for the NDIS support staff who work with these individuals.  The occupational therapy offered will support capacity and skill building within the context of the NDIS participants’ goals with a focus on occupational, social participation and economic participation.   The service is offered from a person-centred, recovery-oriented and trauma-informed perspective.  The NDIS team also provides community provider support / expert advice to capacity build community clinicians and ensures they have the appropriate expertise to care for participants with complex psychosocial disability.  The strength of the NDIS@SVHM service lies in its connection with the other clinical service providers at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and provides a unique opportunity to make a difference to people that would otherwise find it difficult to access the right services.

  • Provide occupational therapy assessment and intervention for participants with psychosocial mental disability and complex needs and their carers.
  • Utilise a recovery-oriented approach with all participants and carers to promote self-determination and enable progress towards reaching personal recovery goals. 
  • Participate in peer reviewed assessment and report writing quality assurance activities

 

Classifications for this position will range from VF6-VF9 ($83,361 - $95,825 base salary per annum; pro rata for part time workers).


Your Contribution
 

  • Relevant Occupational Therapy qualification and current Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • A passion for working with participants with complex psychosocial disability. 
  • Working knowledge of health care system and understanding the role of NDIS services within this system
  • Highly developed leadership and interpersonal skills that incorporate excellent communication
  • Current NDIS Worker Screening Check, or willing to obtain
  • Current National criminal history check, or willing to obtain

 

What we Offer
 

  • Salary Packaging – Increase your take home pay!
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Ability to join Fitness Passport - Your pass to an extensive choice of fitness facilities
  • Staff Health Centre
  • CBD Location, close to Public Transport and close to lots of car parks
  • Discounts and Promotions always available through our Foundation
  • Career development & advancement encouraged
  • Culture of continuous improvement
  • Flexible working arrangements including

 

About the NDIS Service

The NDIS service is part of the Allied Health team that works within the Integrated Care Directorate. It is supported by services from the Mental Health Directorate and Health Independence Programs and fills a unique gap for people with complex physical and psychosocial disabilities.



Working at St Vincent's


St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne (SVHM) is a leading teaching, research and tertiary health service. SVHM provides a diverse range of adult clinical services and is driven by values of Compassion, Justice, Integrity and Excellence.


Application


Please attach your resume and cover letter to your application.

Shortlisting for this position will commence immediately. We encourage you to apply promptly as the advertisement may close early should a suitable applicant be sourced.

We encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities. Inclusion is essential to our mission and diversity reflects the community we serve.

Please visit our website, for further information regarding our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment at SVHM.

SVHA has a duty of care under work health and safety legislation to eliminate and/or control the risk of transmission of vaccine preventable diseases in healthcare settings. You may therefore be required to undergo mandatory immunisations/vaccinations (including flu vaccinations).

This position is subject to a Victorian government direction regarding vaccination against COVID-19. Successful applicants must meet these vaccination requirements. Please contact us if you would like to know more.

General Manager Allied Health & Community Services, Fiona Mckinnon, Fiona.MCKINNON@svha.org.au;

alternate contact: Senior Clinician - NDIS, Rachael Starbuck, rachael.starbuck@svha.org.au

Occupational Therapist | VIC

Summary

Occupational Therapist | In One Healthcare an Allied Health provider Clinic or community based | Roxburgh Park Location | Competitive Salary and flexibility Part time or full time work your own hours Opportunity to be your own boss while having the additional support of a solid Accounts and Admin team

  • Melbourne
  • Northern Suburbs
  • Healthcare & Medical
  • OT & Rehabilitation
  • $90 - $100 per hour
  • Permanent or Contract/Part time or full time

About the Company

In One Healthcare is an Allied Health provider based in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. We are a community organisation that provides Allied Health services to people of all ages in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. Due to our exponential growth we are seeking an Occupational Therapist to join our organisation in the Aged Care/NDIS team. The ideal candidate will join our friendly team organisation where you can work your own hours and have the chance to be your own boss while having the support of a solid Admin and Accounts Department that can action all of the admin and accounts tasks for you!

About the position             

As an Occupational Therapist your responsibilities will involve:

  • Delivering excellent clinical care through a variety of programs and funding streams such as Home Care Packages, NDIS, CHSP
  • Delivery of evidence based OT assessments and interventions for clients with complex health conditions or age related care needs
  • Establishing consumer specific goals and designing effective individualised programs to promote optimal quality of life for the Consumers and Participants
  • Completing evidence based assessments and reviews.
  • Driving falls prevention initiatives, post fall assessments and ongoing reviews
  • Working in a multi-disciplinary team
  • Equipment review and prescription
  • Delivering group and individual rehabilitation programs.
  • Offering musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory, rehabilitative and pain management treatment.

Requirements

In order to establish your career within this position, you will require the following attributes and attitude:

  • Experience in home-based Occupational Therapy service delivery
  • Experience working with NDIS participants and elderly Consumers is highly desirable
  • Experience in writing NDIA reports and applications is highly desirable
  • Experience in home modification is highly desirable
  • Degree in Occupational Therapy and full AHPRA registration
  • Knowledge of AACQA Standards and NDIS Practice Standards
  • The ability to obtain an NDIS Workers Screening check, National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check
  • Excellent computer and interpersonal skills
  • Thrive under a fast pace and high-pressure environment
  • Must have a Drivers license, own vehicle and registered with OTA
  • Graduates welcome to apply

 

What's on Offer?

  • Between $90-$100 per hour depending on experience
  • Flexible working arrangements and working from home
  • Flexibility of working your own hours and being your own boss
  • Working part of a multidisciplinary team
  • Working with a solid Admin and Accounts department 
  • Mentorship provided as required.
  • Leading edge training and development
  • Professional Development: Training and CPD allowance of $1,500 per annum provided.
  • Laptop and Mobile Phone is provided
  • A company that promotes a work-life balance and a safe positive attitude toward both permanent employees and contract staff
Clinician | VIC

Summary

Challenge yourself on complex cases and drive the future of forensic intervention in Victoria

• Join a collaborative multidisciplinary team

• Earn $88,955 to $100,930 + super

• Full and part-time, ongoing and fixed-term vacancies

If you’re looking to challenge yourself, join a first-rate multidisciplinary team and build your reputation in a growing field, you’ll love the work at Forensic Intervention Services (FIS).

We are a specialist program area of Corrections Victoria looking for people with experience in psychology, social work, mental health nursing or occupational therapy to become clinicians.

You’ll work on complex cases with people who have histories of violent and sexual offending and play a vital role in reducing reoffending and making the community safer.

To support the expansion of our clinical workforce, applications for this role are open throughout the year, giving you maximum flexibility for career planning.

Opportunities are available in:

  • Metro Melbourne (based in metro prisons and the community)
  • Lara and Greater Geelong (based in our Lara prison precinct area)
  • Loddon Mallee (based at Loddon and Middleton Prison)
  • Grampians (based at Hopkins Correctional Centre and/or Langi Kal Kal Prison)

To find out more about FIS, watch our career information video and register on our website for Live Q&A sessions with members of the team.

What you’ll do

As a clinician, you will build on your existing experience as part of a multidisciplinary team, delivering best-practice forensic intervention in a correctional environment.

Working within the Risk-Needs-Responsivity model, you’ll deliver a wide range of individualised services including:

  • Comprehensive assessments including risk assessments.
  • Clinical interviews to determine appropriate treatment pathways.
  • Treatment interventions employing evidence-based assessment tools.
  • Treatment programs involving individual and group sessions.
  • Preparing treatment plans, treatment reports, and risk assessment reports for internal and external stakeholders.

How we’ll support and reward you

  • A specialised induction program for new clinical staff (including foundation, theory, and mentored on-the-job training)
  • Exposure to national and international experts in forensic work.
  • Mental health and wellbeing care - essential debriefing for the first 12 months for new forensic practitioners.
  • Supervision by senior clinical staff with support on a day-to-day basis.
  • Ongoing professional development including clinical scholarship, research program and study leave opportunities.
  • Annual Leadership Forum and Conference for technical and professional development.
  • Professional association membership funded annually.
  • Relocation allowances for eligible candidates.

Eligibility

To apply, you’ll need to hold, or be eligible for, one of the following:

  • Registration as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia.
  • Eligibility for membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
  • Registered as a nurse and be eligible to be credentialed as a Mental Health Nurse.
  • Registered as an Occupational Therapist with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia.

You will also need to possess a current Victorian driver licence.

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Department of Justice and Community Safety is continually working towards increasing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal) workforce. The Aboriginal Employment Team aims to attract, recruit and retain Aboriginal staff in a number of roles including clinicians. This support includes a culturally appropriate attraction and recruitment process. To learn more, email aboriginal.employment@justice.vic.gov.au

To find out more, watch our career information video, attend a Live Q&A session or contact our recruitment team by emailing candidatecare@justice.vic.gov.au

Senior Clinician | VIC

Summary

Build first-rate clinical teams and lead the future of forensic intervention in Victoria

• Challenge yourself on complex cases in a forensic setting

• Earn $102,637 to $124,183 + super

• Full and part-time, ongoing and fixed-term vacancies

If you’re looking to challenge yourself on highly complex cases, lead a first-rate multidisciplinary team and build your reputation in a growing field, you’ll love the work at Forensic Intervention Services (FIS).

We are a specialist program area of Corrections Victoria looking for people with experience in psychology, social work, mental health nursing or occupational therapy to become senior clinicians.

Combining hands-on practice with leadership and management, you’ll work with people who have histories of violent and sexual offending and play a vital role in reducing reoffending and making the community safer.

To support the expansion of our clinical workforce, applications for this role are open throughout the year, giving you maximum flexibility for career planning.

Opportunities are available in:

  • Metro Melbourne (based in metro prisons and the community)
  • Lara and Greater Geelong (based in our Lara prison precinct area)
  • Loddon Mallee (based at Loddon and Middleton Prison)
  • Grampians (based at Hopkins Correctional Centre and/or Langi Kal Kal Prison)

To find out more about the role and FIS, watch our career information video and register on our website for Live Q&A sessions with members of the team.

What you’ll do

As a senior clinician, you will build on your existing expertise by leading and developing a multidisciplinary team, delivering best-practice forensic intervention in a correctional environment.

Working within the Risk-Needs-Responsivity model, you’ll combine hands-on practice with leadership and management by:

  • Mentoring, supervising and leading a team of clinicians to support assessment and delivery of individualised program interventions.
  • Delivering advanced clinical services employing evidence-based assessment tools and treatment interventions.
  • Managing staff performance through performance management and development processes.
  • Contributing to strategic management, ongoing development and implementation of our psychotherapeutic services.
  • Driving awareness and education in best-practice offending behaviour and offender management.

How we’ll support and reward you

  • A specialised induction program for new clinical staff (including foundation, theory, and mentored on-the-job training)
  • Support from a dedicated clinical director.
  • Exposure to national and international experts in forensic work.
  • Mental health and wellbeing care - essential debriefing for the first 12 months for new forensic practitioners.
  • Ongoing professional development including clinical scholarship, research program and study leave opportunities.
  • Annual Leadership Forum and Conference for technical and professional development.
  • Professional association membership funded annually such as AHPRA or AASW.
  • Relocation allowances for eligible candidates.

Eligibility

To apply, you’ll need to hold, or be eligible for, one of the following:

  • Registration as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia.
  • Eligibility for membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
  • Registered as a nurse and be eligible to be credentialed as a Mental Health Nurse.
  • Registered as an Occupational Therapist with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia.
  • Specialist training and/or postgraduate qualifications in a clinical or forensic field is desirable.
  • Psychology Board of Australia Approved Supervisor status is desirable.

You will also need to possess a current Victorian driver licence.

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Department of Justice and Community Safety is continually working towards increasing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal) workforce. The Aboriginal Employment Team aims to attract, recruit and retain Aboriginal staff in a number of roles including clinicians. This support includes a culturally appropriate attraction and recruitment process. To learn more, email aboriginal.employment@justice.vic.gov.au

To find out more, watch our career information video, attend a Live Q&A session or contact our recruitment team by emailing candidatecare@justice.vic.gov.au

Occupational Therapist | 2022 Graduate Program | AUS

Summary

Welcome to Ability Action Australia!

We are a national therapy services provider. Every day and in many ways, we are here to help NDIS participants – children, adolescents and adults (0-65yrs) – get more out of life today! Help us help others to improve their access, function, development, independence, and overall health and wellbeing.

Our Graduate Program provides you with a well-rounded knowledge base that sets you up for success, while providing several layers of built-in supervision and mentorship to ensure you are supported as you learn. You will...

• Build your capability and confidence across key areas of Occupational Therapy, including assistive technology, home modifications, paediatrics, SIL/SDA/ILO and mental health and wellbeing.

• Assess participants emotional, psychological, cognitive, developmental and physical level of function and capacity

• Deliver therapeutic interventions that are evidence-based and help participants get more out of life

• Provide support and advice on adaptations to the environment including home, school, work and residential facilities

About you:

We are looking for people who authentically want to improve the lives of people living with disability. 

  • Looking for a fun and inviting team culture where we look out for one another
  • A team player who is eager to learn from and collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of Allied Health professionals
  • Eligible for registration with AHPRA upon graduation as an Occupational Therapist

What's in it for you?

When you join the Ability Action Australia family, you join a team that encourages growth, promotes inclusion, welcomes differences, and genuinely cares about your wellbeing. With us, you'll find your ideal career, where you are supported to work with purpose, grow as a professional and be yourself.

As a valued member of our 2022 Graduate Program, you will benefit from:

  • $72k base + super, car allowance, salary packaging, laptop, smartphone, generous CPD allowance AND attractive incentive programs
  • Three levels of supervision including 1-on-1 weekly supervision from a Senior clinician, group supervision within your region and Australia-wide fortnightly training sessions
  • A gradual “ramp up” period 
  • Flexibility to work from home or office and choose your hours!
  • Great incentives
  • Unlimited career growth opportunities through Ability Action Australia and our parent company, MedHealth

Sound like you? Then, we want to hear from you!

Click on the APPLY button or please contact Fiona Turk, Graduate Program Manager on 0497 943 345 or email gradcareers@abilityactionaustralia.com.au for a confidential discussion and to learn more about the program.

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 MedHealth, we want you to bring your whole self to work – and we value your unique contribution.

MedHealth is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for all staff. As a result, all commencing workers are required to be up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations or have a valid contraindication medical certificate in accordance with the ‘Public Health (COVID-19 Vaccination of Healthcare Workers) Order 2021’. Your vaccination status may be discussed as part of the recruitment and selection process and evidence of vaccination status prior to commencing will sought.

Senior Occupational Therapist | Rural Practice | TAS

Summary

Tired of big cities? How about a walk along the beach just before work?

Consider moving to north West Tasmania to experience wonderful beaches, mountains, world heritage listed national parks, hinterland villages, great food, wine and more. Living in Tasmania you will experience a temperate climate with four distinct seasons, world-renowned food and wine, wild and beautiful landscapes, a relaxed island lifestyle, and a fascinating history. Very affordable lifestyle with fantastic properties in idyllic locations at a fraction of the cost compared to Australia’s capital cities. Traffic jam is not a common term in North West Tasmania and you will have a great work life balance.

Tasmanian | The quiet pursuit of the extraordinary

The Role and the Team:

Reporting to the Manager - Occupational Therapy Services, this is a senior position providing Occupational Therapy services to In-patient services including medical, surgical, orthopaedics and paediatrics; and community clients from a broad, rural area. You will plan, implement, and evaluate occupational therapy services for clients; and provide clinical expertise and best practice assessment and therapeutic interventions in accordance with organisational policies and relevant professional codes of conduct.

You will be required to work across both the North West Regional Hospital and the Mersey Community Hospital in North West Tasmania; as an effective member of a multidisciplinary team of 21 members consisting of the Manager, Deputy Manager, Senior and Junior Occupational Therapists and other ancillary staff.

The North West Regional Hospital, Burnie is a 160-bed facility providing general medicine, surgical (including orthopaedic), intensive care, cancer services, paediatric services, outpatient clinics and specialist services. 

The Mersey Community Hospital, Latrobe has 95 beds offers general and specialist health services including elective surgery, 24-hour emergency department, general medicine day surgery and endoscopy, rehabilitation, palliative care and oncology services along with a variety of specialist clinics.

What’s on Offer?

  • Flexible working hours to enable work/life balance
  • Relocation allowance may be negotiated for successful interstate applicants
  • Support for ongoing professional development including post graduate qualification allowance where applicable
  • Subsidised car parking facilities
  • Diverse career pathways including opportunities for secondment into higher duties and access to higher duties allowance
  • Other employment conditions and allowances available under the Allied Health Agreement

Details of Appointment

Permanent, full time, day worker position working 76 hours per fortnight

*notwithstanding hours to be negotiated with the successful applicant

Salary: $96,689 - $114,391 per annum + 10% superannuation 

You’ll have access to salary package a range of benefits including living expenses up to $9,010 + $2,650 in meal entertainment each FBT year + other benefits if eligible.

Eligibility:

Successful applicants will be required to meet the essential criteria:

  1. Registered with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia.
  2. Current Tasmanian Working with Children Registration.

Applicants should note the following criteria are desirable:

  1. Current Driver’s Licence.
  2. Post-graduate qualifications relevant to the delivery of Occupational Therapy Services.
  3. Pre-employment Checks.

How to Apply

Please visit our website.

For More Information 

Lucie Bramich 

Position: Manager - Occupational Therapy Services 
Phone:  (03) 6493 6188
E-mail: lucie.bramich@ths.tas.gov.au

Applications close 24 May 2022.

Occupational Therapist | 2 Positions  | NSW

Summary

To provide Occupational Therapy services to individuals with vision impairment to develop, enhance or maintain their independence in daily activities.

We are currently seeking 2 experienced Occupational Therapists to join our Client Services team in the Sydney Metro area (1 x 15 Month FTC and 1 x Permanent) to provide professional, evidence-based occupational therapy services to support individuals with vision impairment to develop, enhance and maintain independence in their desired activities of daily living.   

As the leading provider in Australia of guide dogs and orientation and mobility services for people with vision loss, our team has a focus on holistic services provision where our KPI’s are based on client facing hours rather than billable hours.

If you have a passion for capacity building we would love to have you join our team. A training and development allowance, alongside relocation assistance will be offered for the successful applicant.

  • No billable hours target
  • Flexible work arrangement
  • Tool of trade vehicle or allowance

As a key role in a multi-disciplinary team of experts, you will deliver programs in client homes or community locations which will involve driving around the region to support your clients.  

The successful candidate will have:

  • Tertiary qualification in Occupational Therapy, and Current registration with AHPRA;
  • Ideally 3 years’ or more experience delivering occupational therapy intervention programs, with a sound understanding of client-centred practice
  • Excellent communication skills including the ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with clients and others;
  • Excellent time management and organisation skills with an ability to be flexible to adapt to varying workloads and caseload demands;
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team, ensuring that performance targets are met;
  • Attention to detail and skills in analysis, planning and problem solving;
  • Sound skills in utilising computer applications and modern technology;
  • A current unrestricted drivers’ licence and good driving record;
  • Willingness to obtain Criminal History and Working with Vulnerable People Checks.

A knowledge of local community support services, NDIS and/or My Aged Care will be highly desirable. Previous experience working with clients with vision impairment would also be well regarded but full training is provided during our structured induction program.  

Why work with us?

You’ll be working at a place where everyone is welcome – an organisation that believes that a creative and productive workplace depends on having a diverse range of experiences, perspectives and abilities.  Your colleagues and peers all understand their part in our mission - to empower people with low vision or blindness. 

For further information on this position, please view the position description.

 Please be advised that the successful candidate in this position will be required to complete a NDIS worker screen and Working with Children Check.

At Guide Dogs NSW/ACT we strongly encourage applications from people with vision impairment or blindness. 

We are proud to be an inclusive workplace that reflects our clients and the broader community and are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We offer equal employment opportunity regardless of your disability, gender or gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital or domestic status, carer status, or political opinion.

If you require an adjustment within the recruitment process, please contact jobs@guidedogs.com.au to inform us of your preferred method of communication.

Team Leader Stepped Care | VIC

Summary

Team Leader, Stepped Care: Wellness and Mind Care for Older Adults

• Pentridge Boulevard, Coburg location, flexible working arrangements available

• Part Time or Full Time/Fixed Term until 30th June 2023

• Opportunity to lead a truly unique and innovate community based program

Your new organisation

At Merri Health, we strive to enrich diverse communities through the provision of quality health care and support services.  A career at Merri will see you contributing to a culture that affects change for our clients and the wider community.  We are committed to supporting the talent and skills of our employees because we know their capability is the key to our success.

Your new role

As Team Leader Stepped Care, you will be responsible for:

  • Leading and supporting staff in developing evidence based time limited psychosocial therapies and interventions which are appropriate to the needs of older people
  • Communicating and maintaining positive relationships with key stakeholders including relevant government services, service providers and key referrers, including internal colleagues
  • Developing, implementing, monitoring and reporting on evaluation outcomes of the service

 

What you’ll need to succeed

To be successful with Merri, you will go above and beyond to achieve great results for our clients, the organisation and yourself. We’re looking for individuals with:

  • Demonstrated capacity in leading a multidisciplinary team with an ability to build and maintain effective working relationships
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and highly developed communication (written and verbal) skills
  • Demonstrated experience in project management including experience in data collection and analysis and report writing

 

What we offer

We offer a diverse, inclusive and flexible environment which encourages you to bring your whole self to work.  As the successful applicant you’ll be joining an organisation where you will be supported to grow, learn and develop your skills to reach your potential. You will be part of a dynamic and engaged leadership team with plenty of opportunities for cross collaboration.

You will also have access to generous salary packaging, purchase leave and flexible work arrangement options.

 

What you need to do now

If this position captures your interest, take a few minutes to learn more about us on our website.  If you would like to review the position description or have any questions about the role, please refer to our Career Portal for further information.

Merri Health will only accept applications that are submitted via our Career Portal.

 

What else do I need to know

Preferred candidates will be subject to comprehensive reference and pre-employment background checking conducted by Merri Health prior to an offer of employment, including criminal record history check, disability worker exclusion scheme check and other employee screening and credential checks as determined by the position description.

All candidates must have the right to work in Australia. Merri Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to ensuring a safe environment for children and young people.

We encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to those from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, the LGBTIQA+ community and those living with a disability to apply.

Occupational Therapy Team Leader | VIC

Summary

Okey Dokey Childhood Therapy is seeking an experienced Occupational Therapist to step into the role of OT Team Leader at our multidisciplinary practice in Bayswater. The successful applicant must be responsible, ethical and self motivated, and have a passion for working with children. You’ll have a case load of in-clinic sessions as well as allocated admin time to support our Occupational Therapy team. You’ll be part of a leadership team that includes Speech, Reception and Psychology Team Leaders along with a highly supportive management team. Okey Dokey is proudly Neurodiversity Affirming and approaches therapy in a trauma-informed and person-centred way.

About Us

Okey Dokey Childhood Therapy is an established private practice located in Melbourne’s outer east. The vision for Okey Dokey is to provide expert psychology, speech pathology and occupational therapy to children and adolescents in a supportive and family friendly environment. We are proudly Neurodiversity Affirming and approach therapy in a trauma-informed and person-centred way.


Our Values



Okey Dokey team members ensure they engage with all clients in line with our key values: Authenticity, Acceptance, Kindness, Professionalism, Collaboration.

 

About You

 

You are passionate about supporting children and families to heal, grow and flourish, and:

  • are an experienced Occupational Therapist (3 - 4+ years clinical experience) who has obtained registration through AHPRA and is eligible for Medicare rebates.
  • are a responsible, ethical and self-motivated individual who is able to work independently and enjoys connecting with colleagues and other team members to share and learn.
  • have a passion for the work you do, experience working with children and adolescents and share our philosophy of neurodiversity affirming practice.
  • exhibit strong leadership qualities and can balance a dual workload of administration and clinical work to support your team.
  • have strong verbal and written communication skills and value professional development and education within a collaborative working environment.
  • as a leader, you have a passion to support, encourage and guide your team to be successful in delivering quality therapeutic supports to our families.

 

About the Occupational Therapy Team Leader Role



The successful applicant will be responsible for:

  • Assisting with the onboarding of new clinical staff and providing mentorship as they establish themselves at the practice.
  • Facilitating individual and group supervision to our team of occupational therapists.
  • Supporting the occupational therapy team with enquires, questions and feedback.
  • Navigating a caseload of administration responsibilities including resource budgets and test management.
  • Balancing their team leader role with a reduced case load of clinical intervention.
  • Assisting with business development, ensuring that Okey Dokey and the occupational therapy team continue to provide valuable care to our families.
  • Support the management team at Okey Dokey through involvement in performance reviews and management meetings.

 

What can you expect from working at Okey Dokey

 

  • A great opportunity to step into private practice as an employee in a supportive team based environment.
  • Structured case load, tailored to ensure a good work life balance.
  • Being a permanent employee means you'll have the security of being paid regardless of cancellations, and receive full leave entitlements and superannuation.
  • A guaranteed pay increase each year.
  • You'll be joining a wonderful group of professionals from various allied health backgrounds.
  • Full administrative support provided. The administration team will organise and manage all bookings, payments and general client queries.
  • Individual and group supervision provided on a fortnightly or monthly basis (including multi-discipline group supervision).
  • Your own allocated therapy room - stocked with various resources to provide support to clients.
  • Access to a library of shared resources (assessments, books, toys etc).
  • All clinical staff are encouraged and supported to attend professional development opportunities throughout the year including in-house training opportunities and receive an individual PD budget.
  • Excellent communication with peers and Management, encouraged through frequent team meetings.
  • Annual performance review meetings to reflect on personal and employment goals.
  • Located 8 minutes from the Eastern freeway with ample parking for all staff.
  • Excellent remuneration.
  • Extensive and loyal referral base already established.
  • In room appointments only - no outreach required.
     

Please note that only suitable candidates will be contacted.

Feel free to visit our website to learn more about our practice: www.okeydokey.com.au

Applications can be submitted via our website: www.okeydokey.com.au/otteamleader/ Alternatively, you can email your application directly to careers@okeydokey.com.au

Occupational Therapists | NSW

Summary

MamaLove Connect is a not-for-profit organisation based in Jordan springs in Western Sydney, offering affordable and heavily discounted therapy. We are seeking two Occupational Therapists, including a clinical lead to join our team. We offer NFP salary packaging, brand new facilities and resources, paid professional development, flexible working arrangements and much more! If you are passionate about what you do and are looking to join an organisation that values you and your community, then we would love to hear from you! Contact Lisa at careers@mamaloveconnect.com.au for more information.

We want to make therapy affordable and accessible to everyone in the community. We have a Community, Village, Tribe approach where we care for each other with compassion, empathy and understanding. We also offer fee free services for our local community and those experiencing hardship, such as, parent support groups, mums and bubs group, vouchers for swimming lessons, groceries, and school supplies vouchers.

We are seeking two Occupational Therapists to join our team, including a Clinical Lead position

You will be responsible for;

  • Undertaking OT assessments with clients including, including children, young people and families
  • Designing, evaluating and assisting in the implementation of evidence-based Occupational Therapy interventions
  • Administering therapy for rehabilitation of clients with communication difficulties
  • Preparing and assisting in the implementation and review of individual plans for clients; and Consulting and liaising regularly with families, carer’s advocates and significant others
  • You will be working primarily in the Therapy Hub but will have the opportunity to work in other setting early childhood services and schools.

Our offer

  • Flexible Working arrangements
  • Excellent Salary, laptop / tablet provided
  • Not-for-profit salary packaging options: allocate up to $15,900 of your pre-taxable income to everyday expenses, increasing take-home pay
  • Paid Professional Development – uncapped!
  • Onsite parking
  • Brand new facilities with new equipment and resources to work with

You will have a 30-35 hours per week of therapy with the remainder of the working hours allocated to completing note taking, assessments and reporting requirements.

Clinical Leads will also provide appropriate supervision and mentoring to other staff as required.

You will;

  • have a degree qualification
  • have your own transport and licence
  • have current relevant membership registrations
  • excellent communication skills, verbal and non-verbal
  • strong ability to build and maintain rapport with your clients, parents and carers
  • be at a minimum double vaccinated for COVID-19


If you are passionate about what you do, want to work in a relaxed and fun environment and are looking to join an organisation that values you and your community, then we would love to hear from you!

Acute Intervention Clinician | VIC

Summary

• Northern Area Mental Health Service (NAMHS) is looking for a Registered Psychiatric Nurse Grade 3, Social Worker Grade 2, Psychologist Grade 2 or Occupational Therapist Grade 2 to join the team!

• Full Time ongoing opportunity!

• Working over 7 days, morning/afternoon shifts

• Based in NAMHS Hotham Street

Your new team

 At NAMHS Hotham Street you will find an enthusiastic, friendly, professional group of clinicians of various disciplines. We work hard and we work well as a team. The team respects the professionalism of all staff members and we are encouraged to work autonomously as well as part of our larger tea. Professional development is encouraged and supported

Arrange a site visit and chat with us over a coffee. Once you have seen our service and spoken to our some of our wonderful team members, you will want to be part of something special and help us make a difference

Your success in this role, will be in your ability to

  • Provide recovery oriented care including assessment and development of interventions in collaboration with consumers/ carers/families and other service providers including GP’s, NDIS service providers and other stakeholders.
  • Provide discipline specific evidence based practice and appropriate treatment options as required.
  • Partake in discipline specific clinical supervision and workload management.
  • Contribute in ongoing professional development activities and in-service training and sharing new found knowledge with the clinical team.

Your Contribution:

  • Experience in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of severe mental illness and psychiatric disability.
  • Capacity to undertake alcohol and other drug screening, assessment, treatment planning, brief interventions with clients who have co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively.
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development for self and for team members.
  • A current Victorian Driver’s License, and ongoing ability to use this form of transport.

Benefits of working with the RMH:

  • You will enjoy excellent work-life balance. We want you to stay long term!
  • Work alongside highly trained staff whilst providing compassionate and supportive care for all members of the community.
  • Career progression opportunities to suit your professional development goals.
  • Salary packaging options, monthly ADOs (That’s an additional day off every month!), onsite car parking, close to public transport

The RMH is proud to be a workplace that champions diversity, inclusion and equality for our staff and our community.  Our goal is for our people to feel safe, included and supported so that they can be at their best every single day. We encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies, and will consider adjustments to support such applications.

 

Interested?

 

For a confidential discussion please connect via the details below.

All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working with Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.

Contacts

Janne-Maree Blackman - 94166300

Paul Sutherland - 94166300

Key Clinician | Occupational Therapist | VIC

Summary

• Join the Aged Psychiatry Assessment and Treatment Team

• 12 month Fixed Term Full Time position – working business hours Monday to Friday, with 1 x accrued day off per month

• Royal Park location! Close to public transport and onsite parking

Your new team:

  • We are a dynamic, thoughtful multidisciplinary team who strive to provide the highest quality mental health care to the people we work with, their families and significant others
  • We work primarily with adults over the age of 65 years in their homes via an outreach model of care, providing them with support along their recovery journey
  • We enjoy a collaborative and respectful working environment where clinicians are encouraged to share clinical judgements, discipline specific opinions and participate actively in treatment planning with the medical staff
  • We offer a wide range of therapeutic interventions to people including supportive psychotherapy, anxiety management, family work, medication administration and safety planning

Your new role:

  • Demonstrate a good understanding of mental health needs for older adults and how to best meet these needs via a variety of interventions
  • Negotiate and collaborate effectively at all levels
  • Work well in small teams and autonomously once oriented to the role
  • Prioritise risk and attend to crises appropriately

About You:

  • Previous experience working as a mental health clinician in either a community or inpatient setting
  • Have a good understanding of the issues faced by older adults with a mental illness
  • Proven ability to undertake a range of Occupational Therapy interventions with consumers
  • Passionate about consumer care and have the capacity to engage well with disenfranchised people as well as those actively seeking support

Benefit of working with NorthWestern Mental Health:

  • Career progression opportunities to suit your professional development goals.
  • Enjoy excellent work-life balance working in a supportive and collaborative team
  • Salary packaging, onsite car parking and, close to public transport.

The RMH is proud to be a workplace that champions diversity, inclusion and equality for our staff and our community. Our goal is for our people to feel safe, included and supported so that they can be at their best every single day. We encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies, and will consider adjustments to support such applications.

 

Interested?

 

If you are looking for a challenging role and can demonstrate the above capabilities, connect with us.

For a confidential discussion please connect via the details below.

All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working with Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment and COVID-19 Vaccination prior to commencement.

Contacts:

Casey Schmidt  (03) 8387 2804

New Grad & Experienced Clinical Occupational Therapist | AUS

Summary

Locations: Brisbane, Sydney, Tamworth, Coffs Harbour, and Melbourne

PHSA are seeking new graduates and experienced Occupational Therapists

About Us:

Prestige Health Services Australia (PHSA) is a national boutique provider delivering best in industry injury management, disability management and workplace rehabilitation services. Our mission is to achieve sustainable health, social and return to work outcomes for our clientele through the delivery of innovative workplace; injury management; disability management and rehabilitation services undertaken by experienced consultants with a focus on quality, integrity, and belief that we can and will achieve outcomes.

The Role

PHSA are seeking experienced Occupational Therapists to deliver assessment and treatment services to adolescent, adult and geriatric population groups across a number of disability and personal injury schemes. 

We can offer a mixture of Occupational Rehabilitation, severe injury case management, ADL assessments and OT assessments across a range of schemes and will work with you to provide a caseload specific to your skill set and learning goals.

This is a pure Clinical OT role and does not require the delivery of return to work case management services.

Requirements: 

  • Full registration with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency)
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Minimum 1 year experience in a clinical OT role (either private or hospital setting) or with a rehabilitation provider
  • Class C unrestricted drivers licence - access to own vehicle advantageous
  • Working VISA applicants encouraged to apply
  • New graduates are welcome to apply 

Benefits

PHSA offers flexibility and autonomy in the role with the opportunity for career advancement in combination with a comprehensive induction, training, and mentoring program.

We provide you with a laptop, smartphone, offer a competitive salary based on clinical and workplace rehabilitation experience as well as a lucrative bonus system.

If you have the relevant experience, registration and believe you are an ideal candidate please apply via careers@phsa.com.au providing us with a cover letter and current resume.

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