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Experienced Occupational Therapists

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Job Information

Job Listing Date
2 Oct 2020
Location
Sydney, South West & M5 Corridor
Salary
Competitive salary + benefits
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Healthcare & Medical, Physiotherapy, OT & Rehabilitation

Experienced Occupational Therapists

About National OT

National OT has mobile allied health therapy teams operating in multiple locations across Australia.  Every day, we are working together to inspire and support our clients to live enriched and meaningful lives.  That is what connects and motivates us to be our best.

In each region, we have highly skilled and specialised therapists working together to deliver high quality clinical services to people of all ages and abilities within their homes.  With opportunities to work in clinical streams including adult disability, paediatrics, mental health and aged care; there are numerous opportunities available to our team members to advance both clinical and leadership skills.

Due to the continued growth of our business and demand for our services, we are seeking interest from experienced OTs to join our team. 

The Role
Always connected to a friendly and supportive team and be guided by experienced Team Leaders, your daily responsibilities will include: 

  • Evaluation of services within your region and delivering program improvements 
  • Managing a clinical caseloads in your region,  depending on skills and experience
  • Assisting with our student placement program as indicated and contributing to resource development

What we offer:

  • A flexible work opportunity to suit any lifestyle. You design your working timetable to accommodate your needs and those of your clients.
  • A comprehensive and structured induction program where you will receive intensive training and support with the opportunity to shadow other clinicians in therapy appointments. 
  • Ongoing Professional Development to go towards your CPD hours
  • Career advancement opportunities within an expanding, national focused team
  • Advanced training programs available to staff including Clinical Supervisors and Emerging Leaders programs
  • Connection and involvement in locally supported community events
  • A large supportive Head Office team including marketing, IT, and customer service
  • Sophisticated company intranet where you will have access to a variety of resources built by our Clinical Specialists
  • Eligibility for our Monthly Staff Awards and Annual Clinical Excellence Awards
  • The opportunity to participate in our staff wellbeing program – with events running within teams, states and nationally

Requirements

To be considered, you will have:

  • Relevant clinical experience
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Strong organisation skills
  • Current driver's licence and reliable car
  • Valid AHPRA registration
  • Police Check
  • Working with Children Check
Why work with us?

We are a family run allied health business, and our mission is to provide first class work and training opportunities for our teams of dedicated and committed allied health professionals. 


Our health experts, including our Manager, Heidi Long, recently awarded Australian Occupational Therapist of the Year, share our passion and dedication towards raising the profile of allied health. 

Our established leadership team and clinical specialists continue to ensure that supervision, training and mentoring support is only a call or click away!

If this resonates with you, please APPLY NOW with a letter outlining your relevant experience and a copy of your CV. For a confidential conversation about this role please call 1300 340 440.


National Occupational Therapy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates.


About National OT

National OT has mobile allied health therapy teams operating in multiple locations across Australia.  Every day, we are working together to inspire and support our clients to live enriched and meaningful lives.  That is what connects and motivates us to be our best.

In each region, we have highly skilled and specialised therapists working together to deliver high quality clinical services to people of all ages and abilities within their homes.  With opportunities to work in clinical streams including adult disability, paediatrics, mental health and aged care; there are numerous opportunities available to our team members to advance both clinical and leadership skills.

Due to the continued growth of our business and demand for our services, we are seeking interest from experienced OTs to join our team. 

The Role
Always connected to a friendly and supportive team and be guided by experienced Team Leaders, your daily responsibilities will include: 

  • Evaluation of services within your region and delivering program improvements 
  • Managing a clinical caseloads in your region,  depending on skills and experience
  • Assisting with our student placement program as indicated and contributing to resource development

What we offer:

  • A flexible work opportunity to suit any lifestyle. You design your working timetable to accommodate your needs and those of your clients.
  • A comprehensive and structured induction program where you will receive intensive training and support with the opportunity to shadow other clinicians in therapy appointments. 
  • Ongoing Professional Development to go towards your CPD hours
  • Career advancement opportunities within an expanding, national focused team
  • Advanced training programs available to staff including Clinical Supervisors and Emerging Leaders programs
  • Connection and involvement in locally supported community events
  • A large supportive Head Office team including marketing, IT, and customer service
  • Sophisticated company intranet where you will have access to a variety of resources built by our Clinical Specialists
  • Eligibility for our Monthly Staff Awards and Annual Clinical Excellence Awards
  • The opportunity to participate in our staff wellbeing program – with events running within teams, states and nationally

Requirements

To be considered, you will have:

  • Relevant clinical experience
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Strong organisation skills
  • Current driver's licence and reliable car
  • Valid AHPRA registration
  • Police Check
  • Working with Children Check
Why work with us?

We are a family run allied health business, and our mission is to provide first class work and training opportunities for our teams of dedicated and committed allied health professionals. 


Our health experts, including our Manager, Heidi Long, recently awarded Australian Occupational Therapist of the Year, share our passion and dedication towards raising the profile of allied health. 

Our established leadership team and clinical specialists continue to ensure that supervision, training and mentoring support is only a call or click away!

If this resonates with you, please APPLY NOW with a letter outlining your relevant experience and a copy of your CV. For a confidential conversation about this role please call 1300 340 440.


National Occupational Therapy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates.


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