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Brand Ambassadors | DRP International Healthcare


Brand Ambassadors
Commission Only - Sales Based Contract. Positions available Australia wide for Broda Seating and The Freedom BedTM.

We are offering a unique opportunity for motivated aligned industry professionals who are able to promote, demonstrate, deliver, and sell healthcare products as Brand Ambassadors for DRP International Healthcare.

What we are looking for

  • Experienced industry professionals with the freedom to be creative in building a B2B connection
  • Ability to understand the clientele and find the best product solution to suit their needs
  • Work their own hours on a commission only contract, with no limit on sales
  • Strong social media knowledge and engagement including advertising skills aligned with our brands
  • Ability to be self-motivated, work autonomously, good communicator with regular contact with our head office in Mornington, Victoria.
  • Own transport

Full training, support and marketing materials will be provided on our range of products

Contact Barry Irvine 03 5975 4153

Clinician, Psychological Interventions, Aged Care – Occupational Therapist | Parramatta Mission


The “Continuing to be Me” (C2bMe) program is an exciting new program of Parramatta Mission. The C2bMe Clinician / Occupational Therapist role involves the provision of comprehensive, evidence-based clinical care coordination, psychological and psychosocial interventions consistent with the model of care. The Clinician will be responsible for individual and group-based therapy. They will support consumers in their psychosocial recovery aiming to optimise functioning of RACF residents to continue living with dignity.

  • Psychologist / Social Worker / Nurse / Occupational Therapist
  • 2 Full time positions in Smithfield until Aug 2021 in Smithfield
  • Some Telehealth opportunity + Generous salary packaging benefits

The “Continuing to be Me” (C2bMe) aims in providing a comprehensive in reach person centred model of care designed to enable residents living within aged care facilities with mental illness to access mental health services like those available in the community. It is designed to reinforce identity and purpose, increase connectedness, develop hope, reduce symptomatology, and optimise function so that residents can continue to live with dignity. 

The C2bMe Clinician / Occupational Therapist role involves the provision of comprehensive, evidence-based clinical care coordination, psychological and psychosocial interventions consistent with the model of care. The Clinician will be responsible for individual and group-based therapy. They will support consumers in their psychosocial recovery aiming to optimise functioning of RACF residents to continue living with dignity.

Essential Criteria

  1. Relevant tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy (must be provisionally registered as a minimum), Social Work, Registered Nursing, or Psychology including current registration or eligibility to register with respective professional body. 
  2. A minimum of 3-year clinical practice (excluding clinical placements) within the mental health field. Ideally with experience working with consumers experiencing mental health concerns 
  3. Demonstrated experience and a good understanding of working with older persons, and in supporting older people’s mental wellbeing
  4. Demonstrated skills in decision making, problem solving, negotiation and crisis management.
  5. Experience delivering contemporary, evidence-based practices and therapeutic interventions for older persons
  6. An understanding of recovery model principles and ability to implement these in clinical practice
  7. Ability to effectively engage consumers and their families, as well as other stakeholders, including the ability to be creative and flexible
  8. A high level of interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal), problem solving and negotiation skills and demonstrated ability to consult, liaise and negotiate within a multidisciplinary team.
  9. Demonstrated ability to collaboratively plan and deliver individualised psychological interventions to meet the needs of consumers based on a case formulation approach
  10. Ability to use relevant information technology, electronic recording systems and data management tools
  11. Knowledge of relevant legislation such as the Mental Health Act (2007) 
  12. Compulsory Influenza vaccine compliance
  13. Current NSW Driver’s License 

Desirable Criteria

  1. Experience in collaborative partnerships residential aged care services
  2. Experience working with specific populations of elderly people (e.g. Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander populations, CALD)
  3. Previous experience developing or implementing group programs specifically designed for elderly people 65+ years and 50+ for Aboriginal Elders

To Apply, click the Apply button & attach your Resume and Cover Letter addressing the Essential criteria.

Clinician, Psychological Interventions, Aged Care - Psychologist Social Worker OT RN

Alternatively, email Resume & Cover Letter to

What we offer

A competitive salary with generous NFP salary sacrificing options, along with professional development and training opportunities in a friendly work environment.

This is your opportunity to promote hope and recovery in people’s lives!

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted and must be prepared to undergo a Criminal Check and provide Working with Children Clearance.

Parramatta Mission encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds.

Enquiries to or call 0438 206 164.  Ref 653

Closing – 27 Sept 2020.  However early applicants will be contacted / interviewed straight away.

Find out more about Us at Parramatta Mission by clicking on the link

Clinician/Occupational Therapist | headspace

Phone: 0438 206 164


We are seeking a Clinician / Occupational Therapist for our headspace program. The headspace aims to provide early intervention services to young people with emerging serious mental illness, and their families, that are youth-friendly, accessible, consistent and seamless, and that provide ongoing care and support.

  • Occupational Therapist or Psychologist/Social Worker/Registered Nurse
  • Full time Clinician to 30 June 2021 -> with possible extension
  • Good rates + Generous Salary Packaging benefits. Some Telehealth
  • 3 positions in 3 locations – Parramatta, Mount Druitt, Penrith

Job Description

Clinicians in the hYEPP Continuing Care Team will be providing long-term case management and psychological intervention to young people and their families with hYEPP. The role involves intake, assessment, engagement, psycho-education, clinical intervention, attendance at psychiatric review appointments, liaison with other services and relevant individuals, with an over-arching focus on care co-ordination. Groups are also run as part of hYEPP, and there is scope to be involved in their facilitation.

Essential Criteria

  1. Current qualifications as a Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist or Nurse and current full registration with AHPRA or eligibility for registration with AASW
  2. minimum of 1 year clinical practice (excluding clinical placements) within the mental health field, with specific experience working with young people experiencing early psychosis or a first episode psychosis, and their families
  3. Experience delivering contemporary, evidence-based practices and therapeutic interventions for young people presenting with first episode psychosis and ultra-high risk clients
  4. An understanding of the stress-vulnerability model, and the recovery framework for young people
  5. Ability to effectively engage young people and their families, including the ability to be creative and flexible
  6. Experience working collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team
  7. A knowledge of relevant legislation such as the Mental Health Act and the Children (2007), Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act (1998), and other relevant legislation
  8. Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal), problem solving and negotiation skills, and a demonstrated ability to consult, liaise and negotiate with team members, other professionals and external agencies
  9. The ability to use relevant information technology, electronic recording systems and data management tools
  10. Current NSW Drivers Licence

To Apply, click the Link below & attach your Resume and Cover Letter addressing the Essential criteria.

Clinician, Continuing Care Team, headspace Early Psychosis - Parramatta

Alternatively, email Resume and Cover Letter to

What we offer

A competitive salary with generous NFP salary packaging benefits, use of Telehealth, along with professional development and training opportunities in a friendly work environment.

This is your opportunity to promote hope and recovery in peoples lives!

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted and must be prepared to undergo a Criminal Check and provide Working with Children Clearance.

Parramatta Mission encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds.

Enquiries only to or call 0438 206 164. Ref Req 735

Find out more about Us at Parramatta Mission by clicking on the link: 

Community Mental Health OT or Clinical Psychologist | Melton Community Health Centre


Occupational Therpaist

Contact: Jane Pinnuck 0401 600 911
Location: Melbourne
Title: Community Mental Health OT or Clinical Psychologist

  • Mid West Community Mental (Outer Team) -Clinical Psychologist or Occupational Therapist
  • Full Time 80hrs with an ADO based at Melton Community Health Services centre

The Outer Community Mental Health Team Is a welcoming and supportive diverse group of multi-disciplinary clinicians including a Nurse Practitioner, Forensic Clinical Specialist integrated onsite with Drug and Alcohol, Family Services and Community Health at the newly built Melton Community Health Services centre.

The team values the specific contributions of clinical psychologists and occupational therapists to the treatment of our consumers with often challenging and complex mental health presentations. 

Life With Us

  • Offers rich opportunities to develop your skills and grow your career as a OT and Clinical psychologist for a broad range of clinical presentations within a recovery model.
  • Will support you with discipline specific supervision, have access to MW Area discipline monthly meetings that incorporate peer reflective practice and promotion of high quality Continuing Professional Development covering the annual requirements for Clinical Psychologists and OTs.
  • Will provide the opportunity to work in an integrated community model of care that offers you flexible work hours over 7 days a week with a combination of acute / brief interventions and ongoing / longer term clinical care depending on your individual areas of experience and interest.
  • NWMH has a strong track record of conducting psychiatric research and the multi discipline team including OT and psychologists have a significant role as leaders and contributors.. NWMH encourages and actively supports clinicians to propose and be involved in evaluation and research to enhance our standing as a leader in public mental health.

A Job To Be Proud Of

  • Participate in regular individual and group supervision, have access to high quality in-house and external training, be able to contribute to the development and delivery of targeted OT and psychological interventions (individual and group-based) for consumers referred to the Intensive Support Program, MWAMHS OT and Psychology Clinic
  • Working in a multidisciplinary team with psychiatrists, social workers, nurses and consumer peer workers will see you develop your holistic understanding of mental health and add significantly to the breadth of your skills
  • Carrying a case-load and working with consumers from multicultural backgrounds with a broad range of low and high-prevalence psychiatric presentations
  • Liaising with other service providers internally and externally to establish comprehensive and consistent best-practice responses
  • Being part of the NWMH community, including clinical psychologists and clinical neuropsychologists and occupational therapists provides opportunities to learn from other psychologists and OTs and develop your career in a variety of clinical settings.

Your Contribution

  • Experience in working within a team environment and with a range of consumers from varied cultural backgrounds and psychiatric presentations 
  • You are a motivated clinician committed to continued learning and developing your clinical skills
  • You have a passion for caring and making a genuine difference in the lives of public mental health consumers 
  • Knowledge of relevant treatment models and interventions for high and low prevalence psychiatric illnesses Understanding of legislative and policy directions within the Victorian public mental health services including, but not limited to, the Recovery Framework and the Mental Health Act (2014) 
  • Skilled in engaging consumers and family members, developing rapport and forming therapeutic relationships

Our Commitment to You

  • Being part of the large NWMH Psychology and OT workforce and the MWAMHS Outer Community Team with a well-established and cohesive leadership group
  • Working with a broad range of psychiatric presentations enabling development / enhancement of clinical and case-management skills
  • Rich opportunities for professional development, training and research
  • Attractive salary and working conditions including annual and CPD leave and salary sacrifice


Get to know us at and if you have any questions or want to know more we would love you to connect with us. We look forward to hearing from you.

We are a diverse workforce that is reflective of the community we care for. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion. We welcome applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds and experience, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with disability, and people who identify as LGBTI.

We build teams that embrace our values – caring, excellence, integrity, respect, and unity.

All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working With Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.

Eating Disorders and Community Key Clinician | NorthWestern Mental Health


Ad reference 53542

  • Eating Disorders and Community Key Clinician
  • Part Time Fixed Term working 48 hours per fortnight
  • Located at Waratah Clinic, Moonee Ponds

Life with Us

  • Waratah Clinic is set amidst vibrant Moonee Ponds and Puckle Street
  • We are a dynamic passionate multi-disciplinary team
  • We offer evidenced based interventions to consumers and carers with serious mental illness
  • Work with a collaborative team who are passionate and devoted in a supportive environment

A Job to Be Proud Of

  • You will manage a small caseload relative to your EFT
  • We have excellent processes in place to train you in relevant evidenced based practice
  • You will have opportunity to work with families
  • You will be part of your specific discipline group

Your Contribution

  • Qualified RPN4, OT3, SW3 or P3
  • You need to have had at least 5 years’ experience in the field of psychiatry
  • You need to have some experience in eating disorders
  • Well developed communication skills in wriitng and an ability to prepare documentation and communicate effectively with consumers, families, colleagues and service providers

Our Commitment to You

  • We are a values based organisation, a career with us is a rewarding experience offering great prospects for career diversity and professional advancement
  • NorthWestern Mental Health boasts a sophisticated learning structure and we pride ourselves on supporting continuing professional development
  • We will provide you with experienced clinical supervision and support you in this challenging role
  • We value and have a comprehensive Health & Wellbeing Programs including; Staff Gym, staff health service, peer support program and Employee Assistance Programs 
  • We offer rich opportunities for professional development, training and research on site
  • We are close to public transport – buses, train and tram
  • We support work life balance

Connect With Us

Get to know us at or click ‘Apply Now’.

Melbourne Health is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion.

Join us to be the first in Care, Research and Learning

All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working With Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.

Trevor Carlisle or Kerryn Devenish on 9377 3400

Hand Therapist (Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist) | Flex Out Physiotherapy


Are you looking to kickstart your hand therapy career?

  • Full-time position
  • Supportive, professional team environment
  • Commencement date by negotiation
  • New and recent graduates welcome to apply
  • Established mentoring program

The Company

Flex Out Physiotherapy is a dynamic, well-established physiotherapy practice, founded in Albury, NSW. The practice has seven clinics in the Albury-Wodonga region, and three in the Canberra region. Flex Out Physiotherapy is committed to providing clients with a personalised, client-centred approach. As members of the #flexoutfamily, we strive for a common goal – to provide optimal health and community wellness through physiotherapy and healthcare. We are a close knit group; we care for each other, we care for our clients, and we care for the community we live in. We believe the consistency of this approach has been fundamentally important in the ‘word of mouth’ advertising that has been the main driver of our business over the past 20-plus years.

The Role

  • Use a variety of techniques in the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of patients who are suffering from a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions relating to the hand and upper limb.

Ideally you must have:

  • Current drivers licence and car
  • Formal qualifications as an Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist
  • Full registration with AHPRA
  • Ability to work independently
  • Exceptional documentation and caseload management  
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Sound clinical reasoning, skills and knowledge
  • A passion for your work
  • Australian residency with full working rights

In return you will be given:

  • Comprehensive induction and opportunity to shadow senior staff
  • A great working environment within a friendly and professional team
  • Above award remuneration package
  • Established mentoring program which includes:
  • 1:1 mentor support
  • Viewing of orthopaedic surgeries
  • Access to APA new graduate webinar series
  • Team mentoring and Kaizen sessions with senior staff
  • Funds and additional leave allocation for professional development

For more information

If you believe you fulfill all the required criteria and want to work in a dynamic and forward thinking environment, then please forward a separate cover letter and current resume to - Applications now open  

Closing date 14/10/2020

Mental Health Act Senior Clinician | Northern Area Mental Health Service

Phone: 0450 050 526


Ad reference 54268 – Mental Health Act Senior Clinician

  • Providing practice support for clinicians
  • Ongoing Part Time role - 40 hours per fortnight
  • Based in Northern Hospital, Epping

Life with Us

  • The Northern Area Mental Health Service (NAMHS) provides a comprehensive range of specialist mental health services to people who reside in the local government areas of Darebin and Whittlesea.
  • Our team of specialist clinicians want you to join them in providing innovative, recovery focused care
  • If you want to work in a team environment that encourages individual, evidence based approaches to mental health care, then we want to hear from you
  • Clinical Programs provided by the NAMHS include Adult Community Services (3 Community Teams), Adult Acute Inpatient Service (50 beds), Emergency Mental Health (EMH) including Police and Clinical Emergency Responcse (PACER), Consultation, Liaison Psychiatry Service at the Northern Hospital, Community Care Unit and Prevention and Recovery Care Service (PARC)

A Job to Be Proud Of

  • You will play a key leadership and practice development role in the NAMHS
  • Ensuring the Mental Health Tribunal operates effectively and efficiently
  • Assisting to educate and develop the workforce on Mental Health Act (MHA) 2014
  • Providing practice support for clinicians
  • Developing a Consumer Peer Support Strategy
  • Ensure necessary administrative processes are in place, compliance with the requirements of the Act are maintained, and data collection and reporting occurs in a timely and efficient manner

Your Contribution

  • Extensive experience in assessment, diagnosis, treatment of mental illness psychiatric disability
  • Demonstrated commitment and extensive experience in recovery oriented mental health practice.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with consumers, families/carers, colleagues and other service providers
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development for self and for team members.
  • Understanding of the policies and procedures associated with the Mental Health Act and other relevant legislation.
  • Familiarity with a range of computer software packages (e.g. Outlook, Excel, Word, CMI)

Connect With Us

Get to know us at or click ‘Apply Now’.

Melbourne Health is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion.

All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working With Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.


John Dermanakis (Area Manager) on 0450 050 526

New Graduate Occupational Therapists | Aspect Therapy


Aspect Therapy are recruiting for experienced and new graduate full time or part time Occupational Therapists to join our growing team. To see what it's like to work with Aspect Therapy, click on this link to watch our video.

  • Join an experienced, multidisciplinary team of professionals, providing capacity-building and therapeutic supports directly to people on the autism spectrum
  • Build your knowledge and skills working under the NDIS framework
  • Start your workday from home, providing supports in natural settings in the community including participants’ homes and educational settings, as well as Teletherapy delivered from your home
  • Specialised discipline specific supervision framework
  • Extensive induction and training in autism and Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is provided
  • Internal and external professional development opportunities
  • Multiple opportunities available – new graduate intake commences early February 2021. Experienced staff may commence sooner
  • $70K+ full time starting salary package, inclusive of superannuation
  • Initial 12 month role with potential for ongoing employment in 2022
  • Multiple itinerant roles servicing the Sydney metro region, Illawarra/Shoalhaven, Nepean Blue Mountains/Hawksbury, Central Coast, Hunter, Coffs Harbour and Northern NSW regions

Aspect is committed to providing an autism friendly workplace and supporting an inclusive and diverse workforce. It is through this commitment that we encourage and welcome applicants from all backgrounds to apply.

Aspect Therapy

The Therapy team employs over 200 allied health therapists and delivers services which are person and family-centred, flexible, responsive and evidence-informed for individuals of all ages on the autism spectrum. This role will see you building and nurturing connections in therapy environments including in the community, schools, preschools and early education settings, as well as via Teletherapy.

What do we offer?

  • A competitive salary package (including attractive and tax effective salary packaging benefits)
  • Excellent internal and external professional development opportunities
  • Comprehensive support and supervision - clinical, face to face, discipline specific and individualised
  • Opportunities to take on research projects and other responsibilities
  • Opportunities may include group based programs and providing therapy in an Aspect school setting
  • Communities of Practice facilitated by experienced staff
  • Connections with highly experienced therapy staff who are members of the larger therapy team
  • Interesting and varied work with a comprehensive structured training program to ensure you are best skilled to make a difference in your new role
  • Your Practice Supervisor and Operational Leader will support your individual learning needs
  • You will be trained on Tier 1 & 2 Positive Behaviour Support with further opportunities for Tier 3 and PBS Practitioner training for therapists wanting to deliver specialist PBS supports
  • Annual Aspect Therapy conference to grow your skills, connections and practice

What you will bring to the role?

  • Tertiary qualification in Occupational Therapy
  • Registration with AHPRA (by the time of commencement of employment)
  • Passion to engage and empathise with individuals on the autism spectrum and their families and carers
  • Ability to asses and tailor evidence-base interventions to meet the needs of individuals on the autism spectrum and their families / carers
  • Outstanding organisational, communication, written and presentation skills
  • Good organisational skills for managing your caseload, scheduling your appointments and timely recording and uploading of case notes and reports
  • Good client rapport and the ability to empower others to implement and maintain strategies
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Current valid driver’s licence, use of own vehicle for business purposes (reimbursed per kilometre) and willingness to travel across your local LGAs
  • A professional situation in your home for report writing and conducting Teletherapy videoconferencing (Aspect provides the laptop and mobile phone)
  • Willingness to travel across the LGAs within your preferred location
  • NSW Working With Children Check clearance check for paid employment
  • Current first aid qualification, CPR and anaphylaxis certificate (preferred)
  • A National Police Check clearance is a requirement and Aspect will arrange this.
  • Completion of the mandatory NDIS Worker Orientation Module ‘Quality, Safety and You’ is also required. If you have not already completed the module, click here to access it.
  • You may be required to provide an International Police Check clearance
  • Click here to view the Position Profile.

Click here for a summary of some of the benefits you can access when working at Aspect.

To apply

Please attach your resume, cover letter and complete the candidate questionnaire as part of Aspect's online recruitment process here:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Enquiries should be directed to: Louise Rassack, Senior HR Business Partner on 0466 305 537.

To learn more about working with Aspect Therapy follow follow this link or go to 

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is committed to providing an environment free from abuse, neglect and exploitation of the people we support.  

Occupational Therapist - Mental Health | Department of Health and Tasmanian Health Service

Phone: (03) 6166 1161


Occupational Therapist - Mental Health (505137)
Department of Health and Tasmanian Health Service
Adult and Community Mental Health South

The Tasmanian Health Service is seeking interest from suitably qualified applicants for a permanent Occupational Therapist – Mental Health vacancy in the Adult and Community Mental Health Department.

The Tasmanian Health Service is an innovative and dynamic organisation dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of our community; we are committed to providing the highest levels of healthcare and services.

Location:  Mental Health Services - South

Tasmania offers an envious lifestyle with some of the most amazing natural attractions, a wide range of opportunities, short commutes, exceptional local beer, wine and food.

Salary:  $92,345 to $102,794 per annum

Period of Employment: 
Permanent, part time, day work, working 60.8 hours per fortnight commencing as soon as possible.

The Role

As part of a multidisciplinary team delivering high quality mental health services in accordance with the Mental Health Services Strategic Plan, Mental Health Services principles, National Mental Health Standards, Agency policies, legal requirements and relevant professional competencies, the Occupational Therapist – Mental Health will:

  • Undertake the delivery of quality care to clients of the Child and Adolescent, Adult Community, Inpatient and Extended Treatment and Older Persons Mental Health Service based on best practice principles and within a collaborative and multidisciplinary framework. 
  • Provide a specialist assessment and treatment service to clients of Child and Adolescent, Adult Community, Inpatient and Extended Treatment and Older Persons Mental Health Service and their families or carers. 
  • Promote community awareness in relation to mental health and act as a consultant to other agencies about the support and management of clients with mental health needs.

For further information about this exciting opportunity please contact Nicole Howard on (03) 6166 1161  or email   

To apply for this role, please go to Applicants are asked to address the selection criteria within the Statement of Duties.  Please click the blue Apply Now button to submit your application. 

Applications close:  7 October 2020

Vacancy No. 505137

Occupational Therapist | Can:Do


Multiple roles available at a range of levels

  • Opportunity to develop a specialisation
  • Award-winning culture and supportive team environment
  • Generous salary packaging options

About the role

Our Occupational Therapists work as part of a multi-disciplinary clinical team that supports a family-centred practice model, supporting each child to develop the skills needed so that they can engage meaningfully in home, school, and community life.

Working in a mix of clinical and community settings, our Occupational Therapists collaborate with families, their supports and other service providers to maximise the outcomes for each child and family.

Our team works across the Adelaide region, based from our Welland, North Adelaide or new Noarlunga locations. Due to our expansion, we have a range of full and part-time roles available at entry, mid and senior levels.

Specialisation supported

An opportunity exists also for Occupational Therapists with prior experience, or a keen interest in Assistive Technology or Orientation & Mobility to develop skills in either of these specialist areas, working in a new facility purpose-built for the delivery of services incorporating custom-designed Orientation & Mobility and Technology spaces.

Shape the future of service delivery in our new state-of-the-art centre

Our vision is a place where shared goals bring about real improvements in people’s real lives. Where the focus is on early intervention and people are seen holistically, as individuals, as members of a family and as part of a connected, safe and healthy community. A place where we celebrate the outcomes achieved by the people we support, and you can clearly see the impact we have on the community.

The Can:Do Group will make this vision reality by building Can:Do South, a revolutionary place and service model that provides support to people who are deaf, blind or have sensory needs – and the local community.

About you

Your passion for family centred practice, building family capacity and working towards functional goals, alongside your commitment to professional development and growth will be the foundation to your success in this role.

Demonstrating professional expertise and competence, your experience in the provision of Occupational Therapy services with children and young people will see you delivering high-quality services to a mix of clients.

You are someone who can work autonomously but also work well in a collaborative environment and is not afraid to offer up new suggestions and take ownership of your work.

Our ideal candidate has;

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications
  • Active Practising status with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA);
  • Experience in the provision of Occupational Therapy services with early intervention and/or youth aged clients, working with children and young people across a range of diagnoses.
  • Knowledge of working across a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Experience in liaising with other professionals in the health/disability sector.

Please see the attached Job Description for more information.

About us

At Can:Do we strive together to build inclusive communities and give people the skills to live a life without limits.  Be it through speech or sign, touch or technology, we will support every person who is Deaf, blind, hard of hearing, has low vision or other sensory needs to be the best they can be.

With over 140 years of experience, we are the leading experts in specialist sensory services in South Australia.

The Can:Do Group encompasses South Australia's two oldest charitable services, Can:Do 4Kids, Townsend House and Deaf Can:Do, The Royal South Australian Deaf Society. The Group also incorporates an Audiology business, Can:Do Hearing whose profits directly contribute to our charitable services.

Caring   |   Connected   |   Courageous   |   Conscientious 

The salary for this role is commensurate with qualifications and experience. In addition to the base salary, you can access generous salary packaging options that may significantly increase your take-home pay.

People from diverse backgrounds and/or with lived experience of disability are encouraged to apply.

For enquiries relating to this role please email

For more information about us please visit

We are still taking applications for this role as we have multiple vacancies due to growth and expansion.


Occupational Therapist | CareSouth

Phone: 1300 554 260


Permanent Full-Time role in the Illawarra or Shoalhaven to join our innovative clinical team and Graduates are welcomed to apply.

We are looking for an individual with:

  • Compassion, patience, creativity, flexibility and enthusiasm to help young people and their families achieve their goals
  • A holistic mindset to look at the bigger picture when identifying participation barriers
  • A passion for making a difference in the lives of young people and their families

CareSouth have an exciting opportunity for an Occupational Therapist to join the CareSouth Illawarra or Shoalhaven Clinical team.

The role of an Occupational Therapist requires you to work with young people and their families to support participation in their daily activities, including self-care, leisure, education and social connectedness.

You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team which includes psychologists, speech pathologists and social workers. You will be required to complete assessment, both informal and standardized, to identify areas of strength, difficulty and underlying factors contributing to any identified participation difficulties.

You will work with the young person and their network (including families, case workers, teachers and other allied practitioners) to identify solutions to implement environmental recommendations, activity modification, therapies to support skill attainment, and acquisition of low cost equipment.

The successful applicant will have

  1. Demonstrate a commitment to the safety of children, young people and people with a disability.
  2. Tertiary qualifications in allied health or relevant field (occupational therapy)
  3. Registration AHPRA or with the relevant professional association.
  4. Experience working as a clinician
  5. Demonstrated expert knowledge and skills in a specific clinical specialty.
  6. Knowledge of strengths-based practice, as well as family and person centred approaches.
  7. Experience in working within clinical governance, quality improvement and risk management frameworks.
  8. Experience in critical reflection, applying theoretical frameworks and referring to research and literature to inform clinical practice.
  9. Driver’s licence.
  10. Willing to undergo a National Police Check and (NSW) Working with Children Check clearance and/ (ACT) Working with Vulnerable People card.

Do you want to be a part of something great?

At CareSouth, we recognise that the work you do every day is what makes our organisation great. We want to reward that and be an organisation that you are proud to be a part of. We are here to help you bring your best self to work and take your best self home!

To recognise the work you do we offer

  • 24/7 After Hours Call centre to allow you to leave work at work
  • Concessional leave, to be taken over the Christmas period
  • External Supervision
  • Salary packaging entitlements up to $15,899
  • Free, confidential and independent Employee Assistance Program
  • Tailored professional development pathways
  • 24/7 access to our online eLearning system
  • A compassionate, supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to be bold, big-hearted and determined

Applications Close:  9th October 2020

To Apply: Please visit our Careers Page and submit your resume and cover letter addressing the essential criteria above.

CareSouth warmly welcomes EVERYONE, irrespective of their ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation or gender identity. We are committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination.

NOTE: Positions are subject to a Working with Children/Vulnerable People clearance and satisfactory National Police Check

Enquiries to: Christine Gregory Manager Clinical Services, 1300 554 260

Occupational Therapist | Develop Therapy Services

Phone: 08 8346 4580


Develop Therapy Services is a privately owned, community based practice providing multidisciplinary therapy services to children and adults with a range of disabilities in South Australia. We support individuals to achieve what they need, want, and delight to do in their daily lives, celebrating the small steps made along the way. Applications are sought from occupational therapists with a strong passion to work within a relationship model with clients with complex needs. Region and hours are flexible and reflect a family friendly culture within the team. We have multiple positions available across our early intervention teams as well as in our adult services teams.

Currently Develop employs over 50 therapists in a variety of full-time and part-time positions within our occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech pathology and podiatry services.  Flexibility in work hours are offered to support staff meet their individual needs.  Due to service growth and referral demand we are pleased to be seeking additional staff to join our team.

The Occupational Therapy role involves working with people who have challenges with meeting their meaningful occupations.  Therapeutic interventions can include comprehensive assessment services, home modifications, equipment prescription, mental health supports, focussed therapy supports.  We work within clinic locations at our rooms, and also provide services within  the community providing contextual based therapy for people within their homes, care environments, schools.  We provide group programmes ,  telehealth services  and aquatic therapy as appropriate to individuals goals. 

We provide regular services to all areas of metropolitan Adelaide, Gawler, Adelaide Hills, Murray Bridge, Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island.  A current driver's licence is required to work within our team.

Occupational Therapists are required to have APRHA registration.  They need to be independent workers who are able to organise their time efficiently. Current  South Australian DCSI clearances for working with children, people with disabilities, and vulnerable individuals are required.

Develop Therapy is committed to providing supervision and support to staff along with regular professional development opportunities.  Clinical Lead roles are provided across all disciplines to support learning and development is supported within the team.  We are inviting applications from experienced occupational therapists  as well as new entry professional staff.

Further information regarding renumeration and/or the role is available by ringing Develop Therapy on 08 8346 4580 and speaking with Directors Alison Copley and Sonya Murchland.

Please send an expression of interest with your CV and the details of three referees with your application to Directors Assistant, email

Contact details

Send details to Mary Terris, Directors’ Assistant at
Telephone contact 08 8346 4580, contact Alison Copley or Sonya Murchland Directors Develop Therapy for further information
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Occupational Therapist | GV Health


Occupational Therapist - Grade 1 or 2 Rural Allied Health Team, GV Health Shepparton

  • Permanent Part Time - 72 hours per fortnight

About GV Health

At GV Health we are so much more than a regional health service. As the largest employer in the region, we work with purpose and pride and are committed to respecting and embracing diversity, inclusion and accessibility for our people and community.

To find our more information about GV Health please visit

About the team

Come and join the GV Health Rural Allied Health Team (RAHT), a team with a well renowned supportive workplace culture and a terrific opportunity to work alongside experienced Occupational Therapists (OTs).  You will work autonomously, undertake a varied and diverse workload and provide interventions in predominately home-based settings, making a true difference to our client’s independence and well-being. There is no nursing home work.

The team is an established and progressive multi-disciplinary team which includes Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Social Work and Speech Pathology services, supported by Allied Health Assistants.

About the role

The Occupational Therapist will provide person centered care with an opportunity to:

  • Travel across the Goulburn Valley region working in home and clinic settings
  • Work with clients, carers and families to provide practical solutions to promote independence and safety at home
  • Develop goals and care plans to assist clients to remain at home and active in community
  • Complete equipment prescriptions, home modifications, advise on pressure care management/ seating, develop in home and community-based therapy based programs
  • Work with a diverse range of clients and health conditions

A comprehensive orientation program is available, along with supervision and support opportunities. New graduates are welcome to apply.

We are looking for

  • Bachelor of OT or equivalent and eligibility for membership of professional association
  • Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as an Occupational Therapist
  • Knowledge of the delivery of OT services within home, group and community settings 

Our offer to you

  • Generous salary packaging, subsidised staff parking and discounted leisure memberships
  • Flexible work practices and options to purchase additional leave to help create some important work/life balance
  • Professional development and study leave to help reach your learning and career goals
  • Social club membership offering a range of events, functions and local community discounts
  • Our CREATE Outstanding reward and recognition program

ForFor more information please contact Jenelle Gannon via

Applications close 1/10/2020

To apply please visit and enter 10003

Occupational Therapist | Independent Living Centre


Occupational Therapist - Independent Living Centre - Hobart, Launceston & Ulverstone

If you are an occupational therapist looking to enjoy the pristine, clean, Covid free air of Tasmania then we have the position for you. Independent Living Centre, Tasmania has multiple opportunities available throughout the state, a $5000 relocation grant through HR+ is available to eligible applicants for one of these positions.

The position

Independent Living Centre. Tasmania (ILC Tas) is seeking an occupational therapist to fill exciting new full time positions across Tasmania.  Chances are that if you are an AHPRA registered OT you already have the core skills but here are some things that ILC Tas will be looking for:

  • You are a great ‘people person’ and will bring a great vibe to the place! Helping clients with a free information and advisory service and then also providing state-wide allied health services.  
  • As they offer a state-wide service a driver’s licence is a must, plus you will get to enjoy all the beautiful scenery on offer around Tassie.
  • Experience working across a range of disabilities and home modifications and equipment prescription, but they do have a large team of experienced OT’s to support you in areas that may be new to you.
  • A desire to learn, professional development in this ever changing landscape should be a passion that you share with the team.
  • Speaking of teams ILC Tas have a great team culture and will need someone that plays well with others and that can work well unsupervised (they like to treat their team members like the responsible adults that they are).
  • Computer literacy, report writing, common sense and emotional intelligence will all be highly regarded
  • Graduates are encouraged to apply, being a part of a team of 10 other OT’s will be a great start to your career.

ILC Tas actively supports their staff to specialise in areas of interest, whether they are personal or professional. There are so many benefits with this approach. It means that staff get to do what they love and clients enjoy the reward. There are not many organisations out there that can claim that!

The organisation

Independent Living Centre Tasmania is a unique not for profit organisation that offers a free information and advisory service and a fee for service allied health business. The information service is a drop in service for people all over the state to learn about Assistive Technology. They are a registered NDIS provider and also work with a range of other funders. You will need to be energetic, being able to think on your feet and attend to people who drop in to the centre as needed.

Independent living has 3 main offices, each is staffed with happy allied health and support staff. Hobart has a team of 4 other OT’s and Launceston has 5…. With another of their ILCTas family in the North West. A chance exists to work in any of the three main offices.

Tasmania is the gateway to outdoor adventures, art and culture and food and wine. Hobart, our capital city offers everything you could want in the big smoke, but without the smoke or hours of waiting in traffic and on public transport. Launceston has been voted on of Australia’s most liveable regional cities and if you prefer to live by the ocean then the opportunity in the North West in Ulverstone is the one for you.

If you work with ILC Tas there is no weekend work so you could explore what this island state has to offer, restaurants and markets, heritage forests and stunning white sand beaches, whatever your interests are you will find something to feed your soul.

What’s on offer?

Not only will you get to join an already amazing team, with a great work ethic, fun loving culture and that genuinely cares about the well-being of their clients but you will also get your birthday off every year! The team also enjoys a meal out together on the company every 3 months, not a bad way to enjoy time with your co-workers.

But seriously, addition to all the fun stuff there is structured career development, paid professional development and a generous salary with access to salary packaging.

If you are already in Tasmania then be sure to enquire- you don’t know what you could be missing out on. If you are interstate then don’t let a bit of quarantine time put you off, think of it as time to unwind and the team will be able to include you remotely and support you with your move. A generous relocation package will be negotiated with you if you need one!

HR+ also has $5000 relocation grants available to eligible applicants relocating to the North West coast. The successful Ulverstone applicant would also be eligible to apply for a Health Workforce Scholarship Program, up to the value of $10,000 per year over 2 years so it is a very generous program if you are considering upskilling or post graduate studies this regional location is for you.

To apply

If any of this interests you then don’t delay, pick up the phone and call or text Trent McHugh on 0415 034 051 so he can tell you all about what you could be a part of. If email is preferred flick him your details at

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Occupational Therapist | Institute for Urban Indigenous Health


Location – Brisbane and Gold Coast Locations
Salary - $65,000 to $80,000 (dependent on experience)
Status: Permanent Full Time and Part Time opportunities available

  • $15,899 Salary Sacrifice and Motor Vehicle Allowance available
  • Work holistically to improve the health outcomes of our Indigenous Communities
  • Collaborative consults with Speech Pathology/Occupational therapy partners

Join our dynamic & collaborative team, comprising of Allied Health professionals including Physio, Speech, EP, Paed Nurse, GP, AHW & Paediatricians.

Who is IUIH?

The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH) leads the development, planning and delivery of comprehensive primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in South East Queensland. We have been nationally acknowledged for providing Australia’s first Indigenous Fever Clinic in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.

IUIH have a Proactive Pandemic response plan and weekly staff COVID updates delivered by our CEO and Medical Director to ensure that our employees feel confident about the safety of themselves and their clients when delivering services within the community.

Come and join our dynamic and collaborative team of Allied Health and Medical Professionals to improve the health outcomes of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities within SEQ.

Working with IUIH you will have exclusive access to:

  • Strong Cultural Investment and Integrity Framework setting the foundation for our ways of Doing, Seeing, Being, Knowing and Belonging.
  • Enjoy benefits of $15,899 annually to salary sacrifice and fortnightly Motor Vehicle Allowance for employees travelling throughout the IUIH Network
  • Flexible working arrangements to ensure a healthy work-life balance
  • Supportive and Inclusive environment where all employees can feel safe and welcome
  • Multidisciplinary case conferencing
  • Direct access to Primary Health Care teams and Specialist services

What does it look like to be an IUIH Occupational Therapist?

  • Work collaboratively within an interprofessional team of health care professionals
  • Access to culturally tailored, evidence based assessment tools exclusive to the IUIH network and delivered in a “Yarn” based approach
  • Provide a variety of clinic based and home visiting service delivery
  • Capability to develop both Adult and Paediatric skills by maintaining a caseload across the entire lifespan
  • Group based program involvement e.g. Homework group with the capacity to develop and implement further programs
  • A rare opportunity to work collaboratively with our Deadly Kindies team providing hands on support

What’s needed to be successful?

Current QLD Drivers Licence

  • AHPRA Registration
  • Bachelor in Occupational Therapy
  • Current First Aid & CPR Certificate

Opportunities available for experienced professionals and recent graduates.

If you are interested in working for a leading Not-for-profit organisation, where you are appreciated and can take pride in the fact that you are making a difference each and every day to the health and wellbeing of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community then apply TODAY!

Please submit your application via Seek or send your CV and Cover Letter to

Occupational Therapist | Interface

Phone: 1300 852 072


Experienced OT - Sydney
Are looking for a change from case management or clinical work? Would you like to use your core OT skills and clinical skills to try something new? We offer full training, flexible hours and working from home, excellent remuneration and challenging work with an employer who cares and supports its valued team.

Interface is a team of Medico-Legal Occupational Therapists that are experts in assessing the care needs of individuals. Whilst we do expect you to have around 10 years of clinical experience, you do not need to be experienced in medico-legal assessments – we have a tried and true onboarding process that will have you up and running! If you are in two minds about making a change, we can start you off with some trial assessments, to see if Med Legal work is the right fit for you and your lifestyle.

This role is for you if:

  • You are willing to travel. Assessments are mainly in the greater Sydney region, but there can be travel throughout NSW and occasionally interstate.
  • You are able to work autonomously. Most of the work is home-based and you will be given the autonomy to manage your own work hours (outside client assessment times).
  • You are looking for flexible work hours. Many of our team members balance part-time clinical work in a hospital setting; others balance the demands of a family.
  • You want to grow professionally and learn from other OTs. Our experience has shown that great medico-legal OTs come from a range of clinical areas and put a high value on professional development.
  • You are curious! Curiosity is one of the most valued attributes of our team. We are genuinely interested in the people we assess and what is impacting their lives.
  • You enjoy report writing. To really succeed and love medico-legal work, report writing is an invaluable skill. You must be able to write a report that is supported by evidence (clinical and research) and at the same time is easily understood by its readers.

What is involved in each assessment?

  • A thorough review of all available medical information
  • Performing an assessment of the individual’s functional capacity in their home environment
  • Writing a detailed report that comments on an individual’s reasonable and necessary past, present and future equipment/treatment/care needs as well as providing an opinion as to how a claimant can restore functional independence
  • Potentially attending court as an expert witness

To apply, or if you would like any more information call Kim Love on 1300 852 072 or email

Contact Details

Kim Love 
Phone: 1300 852 072 or

Occupational Therapist | Irabina Autism Services


Irabina Autism Services is seeking Occupational Therapists (Grade 2) to join our diverse team and support children, young people and families affected by autism. Expand your skillset working in a trans-disciplinary environment and embrace opportunities to lead or co-lead your own programs. With positions currently available at all our centres in Melbourne’s North and Eastern suburbs, you’ll have the flexibility to choose your schedule and dictate when and where you work. With excellent salaries on offer, including a generous not-for-profit salary packaging program, and access to professional development opportunities, this is a great time to join the Irabina Family.

Irabina Autism Services is seeking Occupational Therapists (Grade 2) to join our dynamic team at our centres in Bundoora, Bayswater and Cardinia.

Join the market leader • Flexible working arrangements • Fantastic employee benefits on offer

Irabina is the biggest paediatric autism service provider in Australia and has been supporting children and young people with autism for the past 50 years. We are at the cutting edge of service delivery and have helped shape how autism therapies are delivered in Australia through evidence-based support, intervention services, education and training programs.

We believe that our staff at Irabina are as unique and special as the children and young people that we provide support for.

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to work towards a leadership role within a supportive trans-disciplinary environment. You choose your schedule – full time and part time positions are both available at our centres in Bundoora, Bayswater and Cardinia.

The Role:

  • Planning and providing therapy to children with an ASD in a trans-disciplinary group environment.
  • Providing information regarding sensory motor skills, participation in daily living skills and the role of the occupational therapist to families.
  • Providing individual and/or group therapy to children in line with identified family centred goals.
  • Undertaking relevant motor, sensory, play and self-care assessments.
  • Documenting all assessment and intervention information, including therapy reports.
  • Undertaking education sessions to families, team members and community members to improve outcomes for children with an ASD.
  • To provide clinical supervision to more junior staff members.
  • To lead or co-lead a specific program e.g. feeding group, basketball program.

What we can offer:

  • We offer great salaries with access to a generous not-for-profit salary packaging program (up to $18,550 of your salary tax-free). Never heard of it? Check it out here
  • We run market leading, innovative programs that no other autism centre in Australia runs.
  • We will grow you as a practitioner with access to our most senior staff who are leaders in their field.
  • A mentoring program, professional development opportunities and leadership program.
  • Full induction program including Autism specific training across multiple programs and disciplines
  • True work / life balance is also provided, with flexibility around your calendar so you dictate when and where you work

For further information or a confidential discussion please call the People & Culture Team on 03 9720 1118 or email

While Stage 4 restrictions are in place in Melbourne our Occupational Therapists are functioning in a telehealth capacity, running sessions online via Zoom. Once restrictions ease this role will return to on-site delivery.

  1. Contact details for applications:
    Apply Here:
    Phone Number: 03 9720 1118
    Email Address:
    Company URL:
    Company Address: 193 Bayswater Road, Bayswater VIC 3153
  2. Link to job on Irabina website:
  3. Closing Date:
    30 September 2020
Occupational Therapist | KLC Recruitment

Phone: (03) 9857 6756


  • Permanent Ongoing Role
  • Client Visits (after restrictions are lifted), Telehealth and Working From Home
  • Graduate or Experienced OT’s all encouraged to apply!

Our client is a registered NDIS provider who delivers quality and safe disability support services tailored to individual’s needs. They are currently seeking a flexible and resourceful Occupational Therapist to join their team. The successful incumbent will have a passion about social and biological science, language and human anatomy and possess a caring, adaptable and driven focus.

To be successful for this role you must have;

  • A tertiary qualification in Occupational Therapy
  • Certificate of registration by AHPRA
  • Demonstrated knowledge of treatment practices and physical therapy programs
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to assess patient conditions and work with treatment plans
  • The ability to work without supervision
  • A clear DWES Check
  • An employment Working with Children’s’ Card
  • A clear National Police Check

Your responsibilities will include;

  • Conducting physical and psychological assessments of clients and developing treatment plans and evaluating the results and progress
  • Assessing both the home and work environments of clients and advising on what adjustments are needed
  • Developing physical rehabilitation programs to help clients regain lost skills
  • Preparing clients for a return to work
  • Educating caregivers and family members

If this sounds like the ideal role for YOU please get in contact with KLC Recruitment today on (03) 9857 6756 or send your CV and Cover Letter to and we will be in contact! For more roles within Allied Health, please check out our website

Occupational Therapist | Northern Territory Government


If you want your career to go places then join Department of Health in the Northern Territory.

  • Top End Health Service, Allied Health
  • Professional 2 Remuneration Package Range $99,595 - $119,120
  • Ongoing working in Darwin and Palmerston

Health Careers & Opportunities in the Northern Territory

If you want your career to go places then join Department of Health in the Northern Territory. The challenges and opportunities in health and community care in the Territory are like no other in Australia, from remote Aboriginal health to tropical health and urban tertiary care. Continued investments in Aboriginal health, remote health, acute care and community services offer many opportunities for health professionals who want to be part of making a difference.

Top End Health Services

Professional 2 Remuneration Package Range $99,595 - $119,120

(Comprising salary $86,204 - $103,377, superannuation, superannuation, leave loading and the value of 2 weeks extra recreation leave) In addition to the above packages; professional development allowance paid on reimbursement and salary sacrifice provisions apply.

Allied Health

Ongoing working in Darwin and Palmerston

An exciting opportunity currently exists for an experienced Occupational Therapist to join Acute Occupational Therapy Services as part of the Multidisciplinary Acute Team at Royal Darwin and Palmerston Regional Hospital.

For further information on the above position please contact

Karyn Hayes or Debbie Roe, Occupational Therapy Department RDH on 08 8922 8136 or or 

Quote vacancy number: 41190   

Closing date:                    08/10/2020

Applications should address the Selection Criteria. For a copy of the Job Description and to apply online please visit 

Information on the Northern Territory and its great lifestyle is available at

Note: The preferred or recommended applicant will be required to hold a current Working with Children Clearance notice/Ochre Card (application forms available from SAFE NT @ ) and undergo a national criminal history check. A criminal history will not exclude an applicant from this position unless it is a relevant criminal history.

Occupational Therapist | Orana Early Childhood Intervention (OECI)

Phone: (02) 6882 0599


An exciting opportunity awaits an Occupational Therapist to join our team. New graduates, experienced and senior positions are available.

OECI is a community based Early Childhood Intervention service & registered NDIS provider in Dubbo. OECI provides a diverse range of services to babies and young children 0 -12 years of age with developmental delays & or disabilities residing in Dubbo and the surrounding regional communities.

Fulltime/Part time opportunity
Dubbo Location
Work with a dynamic and innovative interdisciplinary team
Flexible working arrangements

An exciting opportunity awaits an Occupational Therapist to join our team. New graduates, experienced and senior positions available.

OECI is a community based Early Childhood Intervention service & registered NDIS provider in Dubbo. OECI provides a diverse range of services to babies and young children 0 -12 years of age with developmental delays & or disabilities residing in Dubbo and the surrounding regional communities. The successful applicant will have access to:

  • on the job training,
  • extensive resources,
  • provision of PD&L opportunities,
  • regular mentoring & supervision,
  • salary sacrifice
  • work with an experienced team across the therapy and education disciplines.

Key Responsibilities

As an Occupational Therapist at OECI you will:

  • Provide direct support to children with developmental delays and or disabilities and their families
  • Prepare and submit relevant reports and service data
  • Develop and maintain internal and external working relationships
  • Plan optimal use of time on a day to day basis
  • Research and deliver best practice, evidenced based therapy

Essential Criteria

  • Experience and passion for working with children with a developmental delay and or disability, building their family’s capacity to respond to the needs of the family implementing family centred, strengths based and reflective practices. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Effective time management and prioritisation skills
  • High standard of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge / experience working in diverse community settings, promoting inclusion within natural environments
  • Appreciation and understanding of working with children and their families from culturally diverse backgrounds.


  • Registration with AHPRA (or eligibility)
  • Current drivers licence
  • Current Working with Children Check
  • Current National Police Check

Successful applications must be written and include a cover letter expressing your interest, resume and a statement addressing the Essential Criteria and Prerequisites. 2 Referees will be required.

Applications addressed to:

The Secretary
Board of Management
Orana Early Childhood Intervention
PO Box 6204 Dubbo NSW 2830

Applications close: 3.00pm Thursday 29th October 2020.

For further information, please contact Merryn Anderson or Doreen Peek – Monday - Friday.  02 6882 0599

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