Are you ready to build your best life? Full-time opportunities are available for OT's looking to enjoy a rewarding career with continued supported professional development.
Working within the Glebe area, as an Occupational Therapist (OT) you will work within the NDIS system to conduct assessments and provide person-centred therapeutic services in a home, school, or respite setting. Working with a varied caseload, you will be an essential member of a multi-disciplinary team.
Providing a range of assessments including sensory, functionality, motion and growth, key responsibilities will also include;
- Coordinate the delivery of occupational therapy services to assess, diagnose and treat clients
- Conduct assessments and work with other practitioners and clients to contribute to the development, implementation, monitoring and review of the client plan as appropriate
- Document and create reports on client services using technology and paper-based systems in a timely and clear way.
What's on Offer
- A robust clinical practice approach with a varied caseload from children to adults through a range of disability programs, state education departments and other government programs.
- Strong referral networks allowing you to focus on what you do best - support clients
- A "Community of Practice" model, with clinical supervision and supported continued professional development within a truly multidisciplinary team of Speech Pathologists, Behaviour Support Practitioners, Psychologists and Support Coordinators.
- Strong career advancement, including annual selection process for Senior practitioner roles
- Flexible working conditions and mobile working tools supplied.
- Competitive remuneration with access to salary packaging of up to $15,900 per year as well as employee discount programs that include gyms and novated car leases.
Relocation assistance is available for those candidates looking to relocate to an exciting new role!
With a client focus approach you will have;
- Current registration with AHPRA and an understanding of the NDIS
- Experience in applying evidence-based frameworks and delivering clinical supports
- A desire to make a difference to the lives of clients and treat all people with respect
- Strong communication skills and take the time to build a rapport with people
- A current Australian Drivers' Licence with willingness to travel (cars provided)
This role would suit any who have a desire to work in a flexible and supportive environment while having clear opportunities for continued and supported career progression.
The Benevolent Society (TBS) is Australia's oldest charity and has been supporting people with a disability, children, families, older peoples, and carers since 1813. Not-for-profit and non-religious, their vision is for a just society where everyone can live their best life. They have a 200+ year track record of fighting for social justice. Employing over 1,100 staff, TBS supports more than 40,000 individuals from 70 locations across Australia each year.
How to Apply
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