Occupational Therapy Job Summary:
Recovery Station is a registered provider of allied health services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Our tailored Occupational Therapy programs and services are designed to optimise individual client goals to make meaningful and life changing improvements to the lives of people with disability.
Essential Criteria for Senior Occupational Therapist
Demonstrated ability to:
Provide high level clinical services including client assessment and treatment, equipment prescription, home assessment and modifications.
Run various educational sessions and therapy programs
Produce high standard comprehensive Occupational Therapy reports
Qualifications and Skills for Senior Occupational Therapist
Approved qualification in Occupational Therapy and AHPRA registration
Current driver's license with use of own vehicle
Responsibilities and Duties
The Senior Occupational Therapist position presents an opportunity to leverage your experience and excellent communication skills to clinically supervise a team of passionate clinicians. The clinical skills you may bring to the role include home modifications, equipment prescription, therapy programs and a holistic, client-centric approach. You will be competent in developing care plans and writing comprehensive reports based on your advanced clinical understanding, application of various clinical assessments and implementation of appropriate interventions to address prioritised needs.
We offer a diverse caseload with opportunities for our Occupational Therapists to specialise in areas they are passionate about. With structured supervision and training programs, we provide a very supportive multidisciplinary team environment that invests in client centred care. Supported by our admin team, our Occupational Therapists are better able to focus on clinical delivery.
As a senior Occupational Therapist you will provide a comprehensive range of disability services for individuals with complex needs in the community. Through your compassionate nature and enjoyment of helping others you will assist people with disability to achieve significant outcomes that promote independence, quality and the opportunities to pursue their goals and aspirations.
This role is well suited to Occupational Therapists who; are motivated by facilitating optimal client outcomes through best practice; seek to work in a collaborative and professional team; wish to provide effective and innovative therapeutic solutions; and continually seek opportunities for professional development.
If you are interested in this opportunity, we will provide you with full support from an innovative company that cares about supporting staff and achieving best practice within a client outcome driven model.
For further information please contact Lisa Nolan by sending your CV by pressing 'apply now'. We look forward to hearing from you.