- Choose your hours and days – option for part or full time
- Be involved in positive changes at a WA not for profit disability provider
- Provide holistic care to clients in their homes
Growing not for profit organisation that provides care and services for people with neurological conditions. Flexible hours – Part or full time!
Your future employer:
A WA based, growing not for profit organisation who provides clinical care, support and services to people living with a neurological condition. With a progressive mindset, they are always looking for opportunities to improve and add services. Guided by their values of professionalism, teamwork and respect, they are committed to nurturing a caring and collaborative culture within their workforce.
Your exciting new role:
• Choose hours and days that suits you – part time or school hours (minimum 3 days) or full time
• Based in Bunbury with local travel to client’s homes
• Perform OT assessments in clients’ homes and workplaces with respect to physical, sensory, cognitive and psychological functional need
• Plan, implement and evaluate person centred care plans and intervention programs
• Prescribe equipment and recommend modifications including the use of assisted technology
• Seek and apply for funding that will cover equipment costs
• Provide advice, education and training to clients and their families
• Work collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team and external agencies that are involved with a client’s care
• Support, train and supervise OTAs, OT students and volunteers
What makes this great:
• Work / life balance and flexibility – option to work full time or part time or school hours
• Open to new graduates or experienced Occupational Therapists
• Receive support from Senior Occupational Therapists and be provided with professional and personal development opportunities
• Salary dependent on candidate’s experience + super + salary packaging
• Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent is essential
• Able to conduct thorough assessments, create care plans, prescribe equipment and recommend home modifications
• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport with clients and families
• Must be vibrant, adaptable and have a passion for working with people with neurological conditions
• Knowledge of NDIS and other funding models is ideal but not essential
To hear more about this exciting opportunity, please call Kamala on 0424 435 152 or email your CV to [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and no cover letter is required.
Please also call Kamala if you would like to have a confidential discussion about other opportunities available and how we can help transform your career.
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