Occupational Therapist

Location: Sydney
Area: All Sydney
Worktype: Part Time
Salary: $65,000 - $107,000 per annum

Our client is passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people who live in rural and remote communities. They are a north-east Sydney-based non-government organization that provides multidisciplinary health and wellbeing services for children from rural and remote NSW with developmental, behavioral, learning, and mental health difficulties. Our award-winning Community Recovery Team practices a strengths-based, trauma-informed approach and supports children's wellbeing in the wider context of their home, environment, and community.

  • NFP salary packaging
  • Be part of a specialist multidisciplinary team including Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, and Social Workers
  • Access to individual and group supervision and professional development opportunities
  • Flexible working arrangements, including the ability to work from home
  • Remote work
  • Work with a company focused on the health and wellbeing of it’s staff-
  • The opportunity to make a positive and lasting impact in the lives of children in rural and remote communities

  • Participating in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of Occupational therapy services within the framework of trauma-informed practice and the organization's strategic service goals.
  • Providing proficient caseload management for children attending the service, including assessment, treatment plan development, treatment implementation, treatment evaluation, and discharge planning.
  • Recommending and assisting with the provision of aids and assistive technology as appropriate.
  • Planning, delivering, and evaluating parent and child group programs, as well as professional development workshops for educators and health and social service practitioners.
  • Developing and maintaining effective networks with relevant agencies and individuals and providing services to rural and remote communities via telehealth and outreach.
  • Documenting client records and reports, maintaining service records and statistics, and contributing to quality improvement and research projects.
  • Delivering services in a culturally informed framework and keeping up-to-date with current developments in Occupational Therapy.
  • Participating in professional development and training and comply with workplace health and safety policies and procedures.
  • Maintaining effective communication with all staff and relevant organizations and managing risks
  • A Bachelor’s Degree qualification – Occupational Therapist 
  • Unrestricted driver’s license
  • AHPRA Registration
  • A passion for working with children and families and being a part of a team 

Additional Information 
  • A number of probity checks are required including holding a current working with children and undertaking a National police checks.
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Date Posted: 11/01/2023 07:33 PM

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