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Scout Talent


Join a vibrant team that is passionate about providing high-level clinical services to the community! Great salary + relocation assistance on offer!

  • Are you a passionate Occupational Therapist wanting to join a fun and vibrant team?
  • Attractive salary PLUS super! Relocation assistance for the right candidate with the right level of experience!
  • Great benefits including wellness package, birthday leave and opportunities for growth and professional development!

About the Organisation

Established in 2007, Living Strength Occupational Therapy has been providing personalised and evidence-based Occupational Therapy services to a range of clients across Sydney and the NSW Central Coast region.

At Living Strength Occupational Therapy, we provide community-based services with a strong focus on disability and aged-care (including providers under the NDIS, iCare, DVA & Medicare). We have continued to expand our footprint over the past 10 years and now proudly service a diverse caseload across the greater Sydney and Central Coast regions. We thrive on exceeding the industry definition of "best practice" in everything we do. We provide a holistic, care-centred, and quality-focused approach; our quest is to improve and maintain a quality of life.

About the Opportunity

Living Strength Occupational Therapy now has an exciting opportunity for Occupational Therapists to join their team across the NSW Central Coast team. This is a flexible role, with both full-time and part-time options negotiable.

Reporting to the Occupational Therapy Team Leader, your main responsibility will be to assist patients of all ages to improve and maintain skills for day-to-day activities and wellbeing. Work in partnership with clients to identify important and valued activities that are difficult to do because of their authorities.

Your responsibilities will include (but not be limited to):

  • Provide high-level clinical services including client assessment, treatment and therapy
  • Run various educational sessions and therapy programs;
  • Produce high-quality comprehensive Occupational Therapy reports including behaviour support plans;
  • Develop and implement a variety of therapy programs and services; and
  • Liaise with other Allied Health professionals.

To view the full position description, click here.

About You

To be considered for this role, you will be required to have a tertiary qualification in Occupational Therapy and have an Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration. You will also be required to have personal indemnity insurance and have or be eligible to complete a NDIS worker’s check.

Candidates of all experience levels are welcome to apply, from recent graduates to well-established clinical professionals.

Applicants with experience and qualifications in Mental Health Therapy will be HIGHLY REGARDED.

To be successful in this role, you will need to be a proactive and passionate individual who has excellent interpersonal and communication skills. You will also need to be an avid problem solver who has behavioural support skillset and who can offer a high level of service.

You will be competent at writing comprehensive reports based on your advanced clinical understanding, application of various clinical assessments and implementation of appropriate interventions to address prioritised needs.

Please note: because this role requires you to travel, you will need to have a driver’s licence and a vehicle.

About the Benefits

In return for your hard work, you will be rewarded an attractive remuneration (dependent on skillset) PLUS super! You will also receive great benefits, including:

  • Flexibility to schedule your own work around your family, other employment or commitments (no weekend work required);
  • Laptop + work mobile phone + travel allowance;
  • Autonomy to write reports from home or in the office;
  • Infield training and shadowing to ensure a thorough orientation;
  • Extensive learning and development training with individualised CPD plans towards clinician's goals and interest areas for clinical specialisation;
  • mentoring program;
  • leadership pathways for clinicians seeking career progression and added responsibility;
  • Diverse caseload to ensure variety and learning opportunities; and
  • Scheduling support from a large admin team, allowing you to focus on clinical delivery.

Relocation assistance is negotiable for the right candidate with the right level of expertise.

You will be part of a fun and vibrant team that embraces therapy that is person-centred, goal-based and uses the latest evidence-based methods.

If this sounds the opportunity for you, please click "Apply Now"!



Phone: 0477 011 184


Exciting opportunity for professional OT to join genU within their Allied Health Branch based in Geelong!

About genU

With over 3000 staff across 200 national locations, genU brings a strong history of committed leadership and values. We are a group of passionate, driven people who want everyone's lives to be happier and healthier, especially people with disabilities, the ageing and those experiencing disadvantage.

About the Role

Due to growth and demand, this is a new position within the Allied Health Branch! It's purpose is to provide targeted specialist assessments and therapeutic interventions as detailed in a participant's NDIS Plan. In the OT role, you will work in collaboration with participants, family members, carers, Support Coordinators and other allied health professionals to deliver a high quality and responsive service. You will operate within the NDIS Framework to complete all relevant specialist assessments including independent living skills assessments and other functional and adaptive behaviour assessments and develop individual skill development plans. You will work holistically with the participant and their families with the purpose of building capacity within all activities of daily living, managing the impact of their disability, and improving their health, well-being to be, the best that they can be.

Passionate team, plenty of support provided and competitive salary including salary packaging available.

About You

  • Tertiary qualification in Occupational Therapy
  • Minimum 2 years experience
  • Occupational Therapy registration with AHPRA
  • Proven experience working people with a disability and/or mental health diagnosis an advantage

If you are ready for a new challenge or wish to expand on your experience (within a growing, stable organisation) then forward your CV to or call 0477 011184 for a confidential discussion.





Q Super


Use your allied health experience to uplift capability and promote return to work in our holistic claims management model

The Role

We are searching for talented allied health professionals to join us as Injury Management Advisors (IMA) in our life insurance subsidiary, QInsure. The IMA role offers the opportunity to expand your existing clinical skillset into an analytical and influential role within a life insurance claims environment. Creative thinking to facilitate optimal clinical assessment, access to treatment and return to work strategies are key aspects of the role.

Our IMA team possess a wealth of national and international experience and QSuper supports and promotes engagement in professional and industry educational opportunities. The role requires development of strong working relationships with Queensland Government, as well as national rehabilitation and medical providers. The IMA team provides technical support to our Claims Managers and other parties within the insurance division to enable optimal well-being and financial outcomes for QSuper Members.

What do our team of Injury Management Advisors love about their roles at QSuper?

“The ability to work with a talented and dynamic allied health team who are passionate about supporting members” – Hannah, Physiotherapist

“Facilitating best practice rehabilitation to encourage member engagement in return to work and within the community” – Lia, Social Worker

“A united team that freely shares their knowledge, and never hesitates to help each other out” – Joycelyn, Registered Psychologist

“Flexibility to develop creative strategies to help our members” – Shivon, Rehabilitation Counsellor

“We draw on all our past experiences and knowledge every day to help our members” – Lorraine, Registered Nurse/ Cardio Thoracic Intensive Care Nurse

“The IMA role gives me the opportunity to work with a team of experienced professionals, and apply my clinical knowledge and industry experience into claim strategies” – Rion, Occupational Therapist

The Company

Operating in a highly competitive and dynamic financial services environment, QSuper manages around $113 billion in funds for over 585,000 members and is committed to working with our members so they can feel more confident they are making the best choices for their situation. QSuper Limited and QInvest Limited are ultimately owned by the QSuper Board of Trustees.

The QSuper Group has approximately 1,200 employees, and our culture is one where "members are at the heart of everything we do". Our employees bring this culture to life by behaving in line with our unique values which ensures our success through our actions every day.

Skills, Experience and Qualities

The ideal Injury Management Advisor will demonstrate some or most of the below:

  • A completed allied health degree (E.g. Occupational Therapy; Physiotherapy; Psychology; Rehabilitation Counselling etc) is mandatory
  • Registration with relevant industry body (AHRPA, ESSA, ASORC etc) is mandatory
  • Experience in insurance and/or occupational or vocational rehabilitation is essential with experience in life insurance industry highly preferred
  • Ability to work within a biopsychosocial and holistic claims management model
  • Ability to coach and contribute to capability uplift of the Claims group
  • Must be commercially minded and ability to consider multiple factors (medical, legal, insurance, psychosocial etc)
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Advanced communication skills, including verbal and writing is essential

At QSuper we are proud to champion respect and we value diversity amongst our employees to support an inclusive workplace. We are passionate about selecting talented people based on their qualifications, capabilities and experience relevant to the role. 

What you do today inspires tomorrow

Visit the QSuper Careers page and follow the prompts. The closing date for applications is Sunday, 10 October 2021.

Please note, QSuper reserves the right to close the applicant portal ahead of this deadline if necessary.

Whilst all applicants will be carefully considered, we will only be able to personally contact those candidates that are short-listed for interview.

We choose to deal with you directly and have not engaged an agency for this opportunity, so if you’re interested, please apply.



We are looking for an experienced Occupational Therapist to join our dedicated team! Apply today and don't miss out on this fantastic full time, permanent opportunity!

  • Are you looking for a permanent role?
  • Looking to truly make a difference in the community?
  • Want to work with a network of amazing clinical peers?

So why cohealth?

At cohealth, we're passionate about human rights and health equity. We strive to have a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community we're serving, as we know that makes us a stronger and better performing organisation. We value people of all experiences and identities, including all cultural backgrounds, faiths, gender identities, sexualities and abilities. Our inclusive workplace culture enables staff to bring their whole selves to work, where uniqueness is valued, and people experience a feeling of belonging.

About the role

The Occupational Therapist is responsible for evidence based, client centred assessment and care for people 18 years or older with a wide range of medical conditions, disabilities, ages and their carer. The Occupational Therapist utilises a diverse range of skills on site, in the client home or community to optimise meaningful activity participation.

The Occupational Therapist will work within a multidisciplinary team to provide holistic and coordinated healthcare. Using a strengths-based approach cohealth Occupational Therapists will collaborate with clients, their carers and other service providers, to develop meaningful care plans. Use of Goal Directed Care Plans to formulate client centred services plans are at the core of our business. This includes a focus on educating and empowering clients to adopt self-management strategies to improve their health which is underpinned by health literacy principles.

Directed by client goals, the Occupational Therapist completes a holistic assessment to determine appropriate treatment options including but not limited to new skill development or retraining, activity adaption, home or environmental modifications, and trial and prescription of equipment. Liaison with external organisations for comprehensive and effective follow-up for consumers is a key part of the role.

Additional information can be obtained from the attached position description.

About you:

  • Current registration with Australian Health Professionals Regulation Agency as an Occupational Therapist, or eligible to register
  • Minimum 2 years of clinical experience
  • Excellence in the delivery of community-based, adult Occupational Therapy services
  • Ability to work effectively within a multidisciplinary team (face to face or virtually)
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with marginalised clients and those who have complex needs, including CALD groups

Application process

Click on apply now to be directed to our careers page. You will be asked to upload your CV/ resume, and answer the questions provided on Talent Propeller.

For any questions about the role please contact Jenny Xerri by email on

Forensic Clinical Specialist | Royal Melbourne Hospital


•A unique opportunity for a senior mental health clinician interested in gaining new skills
•Based at Harvester Clinic, travelling across Mid-West sites required
•Full-time -12 months until Sept 2022

The Mid West Area Mental Health Service (MWAMHS) is a part of NorthWestern Mental Health –Royal Melbourne Hospital. We are committed to working with consumers during their recovery by offering holistic and evidence-based (EB) treatment, which is inclusive of family/carers and provided by clinicians with well-developed skills. Our service strives to create the best possible learning opportunities available to compliment and support both emerging and existing expertise.

Your new role:

•Provide specialist support to our clinical programs focussing on forensic orientated mental health practice.
•Provide leadership and contributing to practice development at MWAMHS
•Provide practice support including advice, secondary consultation and direct assessment for identified consumers with an offending history or is at high risk.
•Assist in development of comprehensive risk assessment and management plans for identified high risk consumers.
•Be a key liaison between services such as Victoria Police, Community Corrections, Forensicare and Prison Services.

About you:
•At least 5 years post graduate experience in a relevant professional setting
•Clinical experience in a range of community mental health settings
•Well developed and effective written and verbal communication skills including the ability to consult, liaise and negotiate with a range of stakeholder sand service providers
•Commitment to ongoing professional development

Our Commitment to you

The RMH is proud to be a workplace that champions diversity, inclusion and equality for our staff and our community.Our goal is for our people to feel safe, included and supported so that they can be at their best every single day.We encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies, and will consider adjustments to support such applications.

For a confidential discussion please connect via the details below.

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.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are highly encouraged to apply

“Experience in working with ACCHO and Aboriginal Communities and Families”

Preview Link:

Contacts:Jolene Geh–0447311358 Fiona Knapp-0428175681

Intermediaries I Queensland Intermediary Scheme

Phone: 07 3738 7503


Details for expressions of interest to the panel of pre-qualified intermediary service suppliers with suitable qualifications for the Queensland Intermediary Service Pilot

Becoming an intermediary

We are looking for qualified professionals to join the panel of intermediaries in Queensland.

Intermediaries are based in areas that fall in the catchment of Brisbane and Cairns District and Supreme Courts (refer maps).

If you have skills in engaging with children, people with intellectual, cognitive or physical impairment impacting communication, people with mental illness or who have suffered trauma, and people who have difficulty communicating, please consider applying to be an intermediary.

If you are interested in improving access to justice for vulnerable witnesses, please consider applying to become an intermediary.

While there is no guarantee of work, you will be paid for your services (refer Schedule of Fees).

You can apply at any time during the life of the Queensland Intermediary Scheme (QIS) Pilot Program (until 30 June 2023).

Who is eligible to become an intermediary?

  • Speech pathologists
  • Psychologists
  • Social workers
  • Occupational therapists

What we are looking for

Individuals who can:

  • Assess witness’ communication needs.
  • Inform police and courts on the best ways to communicate with a witness during the police investigation and at the court hearing.
  • Act as an independent and impartial officer of the court.
  • Prepare reports with recommendations based on their assessment of the witness communication needs.
  • Demonstrate flexibility - you may be called on for urgent assessments, particularly during police investigations. Evening, weekend work and travel may be required.
  • Demonstrate resilience – you will be required to act impartially in emotionally challenging cases involving child sexual offences and confronting content.

What is in it for you?

Training and professional development

  • QIS provides free introductory training and ongoing professional development as part of the scheme.
  • QIS provides mentoring from the QIS ‘In house’ intermediaries to support delivery of services.

Support the criminal justice system

  • Practice experience in addressing a range of communication needs and developing communication strategies for police interviewing and in court room settings.
  • Experience in needs assessment and report writing for police and courts.
  • General exposure to the nuance and complexity of the criminal justice system.

Assist vulnerable witnesses

  • Contribute to Queensland Government’s aim of making the justice system better and more accountable to victims of crime.
  • Reduce trauma for child sexual abuse victims and who bring forward complaints.
  • Contribute to change - Evidence from the longest running intermediary scheme in the UK indicates there has been a cultural shift in the way all stakeholders in the justice system approach and treat victims of crime who experience communication difficulties.

Payment for services

  • Get paid for your services – this is not voluntary work.
  • Intermediaries will be paid for each engagement (there may be several engagements for each stage) according to the payment included in the Schedule of Fees.


  • You can continue to undertake your primary job.
  • Choose when you are available.

What is the process for inclusion to the panel of intermediaries?

Applications will be assessed as needed throughout the life of the pilot program (through to June 2023).

Suitable individuals will be invited to undertake competency-based training.  These individuals must successfully complete the training before they can be appointed to the panel. 

The process from the time you apply to become an intermediary to the time you become an intermediary depends on a range of factors, but you will be kept informed of the process.

How do you apply?

You may apply at any time.  There are mandatory requirements associated to the role which are set out in the attached documentation.

If you are interested in applying, you should:

If you meet the mandatory requirements and you agree to comply with the Scheme Rules, please complete the Application Form and submit to  For any enquiries please contact the Queensland Intermediary Scheme on or on 07 3738 7503.

Occupational Therapist – Team Leader I Mildura Base Public Hospital


The Mildura Base Public Hospital Occupational Therapy Department provides services across acute and sub-acute settings. The Grade 3 Occupational Therapist is a valuable member of the Allied Health team and contributes to patient care at Mildura Base Public Hospital (MBPH) by providing high quality occupational therapy services within a multidisciplinary setting

Mildura Base Public Hospital (MBPH) is a responsive regional health service transforming under public management. Our focus is on providing a patient centred approach to care when members of our community are at their most vulnerable, and we do this through a workforce of close to 1000 employees who provide care 24/7 to a catchment area of 80,000 community members. 

Our team prides itself on providing a high standard of care with a professional and positive attitude and we currently have a position available for an experienced and motivated Physiotherapist to join the team on a permanent full-time basis. 

The Mildura Base Public Hospital Occupational Therapy Department provides services across acute and sub-acute settings. The Grade 3 Occupational Therapist is a valuable member of the Allied Health team and contributes to patient care at Mildura Base Public Hospital (MBPH) by providing high quality occupational therapy services within a multidisciplinary setting.

The purpose of this Grade 3 Occupational Therapist position is:

  • To provide a comprehensive occupational therapy service to patients within inpatient and outpatient services
  • To provide support, supervision and direction to Grade 1 and 2 Occupational Therapists, students and allied health assistants as required
  • To contribute to the development of the occupational therapy service in line with organisational goals

About you:

  • Demonstrated at least 5 years’ experience in an acute hospital setting
  • Current AHPRA registration
  • A focus on time management and good communication skills
  • Knowledge of legislative requirements and relevant professional practice
  • Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development
  • Positive self-awareness and with a caring and nurturing personality
  • Current drivers’ licence

Our genuine commitment to flexible working arrangements allows you time to pursue the things you love. With a vibrant multicultural society together complimented by many options for good food and coffee, shopping, arts and sporting events, Mildura provides an excellent opportunity to a lifestyle that will support your career. Further information regarding Mildura @

How to Apply

Applicants will be required to undertake a National Police check, Employee working with children’s check and undertake immunisation screening prior to commencement. 

For a copy of the Position Description and to find out more about our wonderful Hospital, please visit       

If you wish to discuss this further or have any other questions, please feel free to contact James Selby on 03 5022 3200 or 

Occupational Therapist I Tasmanian Health Service

Phone: 03 6166 0502


The Tasmanian Health Service is seeking interest from suitably qualified applicants for an Occupational Therapist vacancy in the Statewide Mental Health Services.

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. 


Wilfred Lopes Centre, Risdon Vale


$94,469 to $111,765 pro-rata, per annum

Please note that access to salaries beyond $105,158 is subject to completion of a relevant Graduate Diploma or application to the personal upgrade scheme in accordance with Schedule 8 of the Allied Health Professionals Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement 2019

This position attracts a 6.5% correctional allowance.

Period of Employment: 

Fixed term, part time, day work, working up to 60.8 hours per fortnight, commencing 6 December 2021 until 18 November 2022.

The Role: 

  • Provide a comprehensive clinical service through assessment, case management and individual therapies with clients of the Forensic Mental Health Service.
  • Provide specialist rehabilitation Occupational Therapy treatment and services to patients within the Wilfred Lopes Centre and Community Forensic Mental Health service, and the Risdon Prison Complex as required, including the design, development, implementation and evaluation of specialised treatment programs.
  • Assist with the integration into the community of released clients through consultation and liaison with the Community Forensic Mental Health Teams.
  • Prepare formal reports for Community Corrections, Parole Board, Classification Board and Courts, Forensic Mental Health Tribunal, and Mental Health Tribunal as required.
  • Work within the multidisciplinary team and participate in case management reviews to ensure continuity of client care.

To find out more about this exciting opportunity, please contact Darren West on (03) 6166 0502 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:  Tuesday 21 September 2021 at 11:55pm

Senior Occupational Therapist I Tasmanian Health Services


  • Come and work in stunning Tasmania, Australia
  • Relocation assistance available

Health services are expanding in northern Tasmania and new positions for experienced Occupational Therapists have become available. We have vacancies to match your skills and interests in acute medicine, surgery & trauma, complex care, ambulatory rehab and community services across northern Tasmania.

The Occupational Therapy department is based at Launceston General Hospital and includes over 30 OTs who work across emergency, medical & surgical wards, stroke unit, paediatrics, inpatient & outpatient rehabilitation, transition care & community. The department has a comprehensive induction program, ongoing professional support and supervision, weekly in-services, a funding allowance for continuing professional development, a variety of research interests and great working relationships with other Allied Health professions.

We can offer:

  • Comprehensive onboarding and ongoing support
  • Relocation and accommodation assistance
  • Access to salary packaging
  • A flexible work/life balance
  • Annual cpd funding through the Allied Health

Enjoy our wonderful community, lower cost of living, and outstanding work-life balance.

Details of Appointment

Multiple Permanent Full Time Day Worker position available, working 76 hours per fortnight.

Salary: $94,469-$111,765 + 10% superannuation + access to salary packaging


Successful applicants will be required to meet the essential criteria:

  • Registered with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia.
  • Pre-employment checks.

Desirable Requirements

  • Current Driver’s Licence
  • Holds or progressing towards a relevant post graduate qualification

How to apply

Apply online here by submitting an application form detailing your experience, skills and knowledge through the addressing of the selection criteria from the Statement of Duties attached above.

For more information you are encouraged to email:

Kerri Roberts
Discipline Lead Occupational Therapy  
Email (preferred) 
Phone: 03 6777 6221 

Senior Occupational Therapist I Tasmanian Health Services


Tired of big cities? How about a walk along the beach just before work?

Consider moving to North-West Tasmania to experience wonderful beaches, mountains, world heritage listed national parks, hinterland villages, great food, wine and more. Living in Tasmania you will experience a temperate climate with four distinct seasons, world-renowned food and wine, wild and beautiful landscapes, a relaxed island lifestyle, and a fascinating history.  Tasmanian | The quiet pursuit of the extraordinary

The Role and the team:

Reporting to the Manager - Occupational Therapy Services, this is a senior position providing Occupational Therapy services to In-patient services including medical, surgical, orthopaedics and paediatrics, and community clients from a broad, rural area.

You will be required to work across both the North West Regional Hospital and the Mersey Community Hospital in North West Tasmania; as an effective member of a multidisciplinary team of 21 members consisting of the Manager, Deputy Manager, Senior and Junior Occupational Therapists and other ancillary staff.

What’s on Offer?

  • Flexible working hours to enable work/life balance
  • Relocation allowance may be negotiated for successful interstate applicants
  • Support for ongoing professional development including post graduate qualification allowance where applicable
  • Subsidised car parking facilities
  • Diverse career pathways including opportunities for secondment into higher duties and access to higher duties allowance
  • Other employment conditions and allowances available under the Allied Health Agreement

Details of Appointment

Multiple Permanent Full Time and Part Time Day Worker positions working up to 76 hours per fortnight

Salary: $94,469 - $105,158 pro rata per annum + 10% superannuation + access to salary packaging


Successful applicants will be required to meet the essential criteria:

  1. Registered with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia
  2. Current Tasmanian Working with Children Registration
  3. Other pre-employment checks as listed on the Statement of Duties document

Applicants should note the following criteria are desirable:

  1. Current Driver’s Licence
  2. Post graduate qualifications relevant to the delivery of Occupational Therapy Services

How to Apply

Applications close COB 26 September 2021. Apply Online here –

We encourage you to review the Applicant Guide and Statement of Duties, prior to applying for an overview of the duties, program, selection process and selection criteria.

For More Information (Contact Officer)

Lucie Bramich

Position: A/Manager, Occupational Therapy Services

Phone: (03) 6493 6188 / E-mail:

Occupational Therapist I Monash Health


  • Transition Care Program
  • Predominantly based at Cranbourne and Hallam
  • Utilise your Occupational Therapy experience in this exciting Grade 2 role
  • Work in both the bed-based and community setting

Acknowledging the vital role they play in providing healthcare to our community, Monash Health proudly supports the WHO 2021 International Year of Health and Care Workers.

The Transition Care Program (TCP) is a major policy initiative between the State and Commonwealth Governments.

The TCP aims to minimise the number of older people experiencing inappropriate extended hospital lengths of stay, being prematurely admitted to residential care and/or prevent unnecessary presentations or admission to the Emergency Department. The program provides short term support and active management for older people at the interface of the acute/subacute and aged care (i.e. Community and residential) sector. The program is goal orientated to optimise the patient’s functional capacity and to finalise and access their longer term care arrangements or maintenance at home.

The TCP can be provided as a bed based or as a home based service. By offering case management, low intensity therapy and personal support, TCP allows older people more time and support in a non-hospital environment to complete their restorative processes, optimise their functional capacity and finalise their long term care arrangements.    

About the Role

The TCP Occupational Therapist will work closely and collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team, the Senior Clinicians and the TCP Manager to provide clinical care to the TCP clients across both the bed-based and home-based settings.

The Occupational Therapist will work closely with the local team to deliver quality services to clients through strong clinical expertise. The acts as a resource person on Occupational Therapy matters to other team members. The position aims to provide a flexible and responsive service that works to meet each client’s identified Transition Care goals. The Occupational Therapist has extensive knowledge of community services and the residential aged care sector and has highly developed skills in working with carers and families. The position involves working across TCP’s Home Based/Community Program and the Bed Based Program.

About You:

  • Highly developed expertise in Occupational Therapy
  • Experience working in a health-related field and/or acute inpatient, rehabilitation, TCP, community or aged care
  • Demonstrated ability to show initiative, work independently and also work as a team member within the interdisciplinary team
  • Experience working within the public healthcare sector
  • Dynamic and flexible

What you need:

  • Relevant Degree
  • Current registrations

How to Apply

Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.

To view the full position description and to APPLY NOW, click here

Any Queries, please contact:

Craig Patel: 0429 897 399

Occupational Therapist I AvantiCare Pty Ltd


Looking for a dynamic new Role? AvantiCare are currently seeking Occupational Therapists to join our passionate and innovative multi-disciplinary Allied Health Team. Community Care and/or Clinical opportunities available. Senior and New Grad opportunities.

Full Time | Part Time | Casual roles available

AvantiCare is a leading allied health service provider that focuses on ‘positive ageing’ and nurturing holistic lifestyle well-being. Driven by authenticity and integrity, AvantiCare delivers modern solutions for the adult community - in the home, in residential centres, with NDIS and in a clinical setting.

We are searching for an Occupational Therapist to support our clients in the home as well as assisting in our brand new Wellbeing Hub clinical rooms and rehabilitative gym. Ideally the right candidate will be looking to develop and grow into the role, and is currently, or displays potential to advance into a team leader position.

Focusing on the complex movement needs of older adults, your key responsibilities will include:

  • Delivering high quality Occupational Therapy services to clients in the home and/ or in the clinic/ Gym setting at our new Wellbeing Hub.
  • Community based work with a strong focus on enhancing the independence of our clients.
  • Liaise with families/care providers by providing ongoing support, counselling and education.
  • Plan and carry out required services to clients following guidelines for assessment and treatment required.
  • Maintain a close liaison with other community resources to ensure the ongoing care.
  • Prepare reports as required.
  • Educate carers and family members.
  • Work to achieve and have a positive impact on all patients health.
  • Falls prevention strength and training.
  • Goal setting activities, as well as resolution planning.
  • Educate carers and family members.
  • Work to achieve a positive impact on all clients health and wellbeing goals.

What we need in our OT’s:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification and current registration with AHPRA.
  • Strong emotional intelligence i.e. being caring, compassionate and patient.
  • Current National Police Check.
  • Full working rights.
  • The ability to inspire and be part of our awesome team.

We offer flexible hours, competitive hourly rates, personal development allowance, training and research opportunities and a company culture that is geared toward prioritising positive outcomes for our staff, organisations and clients.

To apply please email cover letter and resume to We look forward to hearing from you.

For further information please contact our team on 08 7070 0036.

Occupational Therapist I Health Personnel


  • Community Based Occupational Therapist needed for West/ North West suburbs of Melbourne.
  • Supportive & motivated team
  • Varied caseload
  • NDIS Provider


This is an exciting opportunity for a Community based Occupational Therapist to work with this highly respectable company who work throughout Victoria to provide exceptional Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy services to the community.
The role will see you supporting individuals through home visits, home care package clients, as well as aged care facilities & NDIS participants.

Daily responsibilities will include:

  •  Prescribing appropriate equipment such as wheelchairs etc.
  • Environmental assessments and obtaining home modification quotes
  • Functional rehabilitation
  • Completing paperwork for NDIS/ NDIA participants

By working on skills such as falls prevention, fine and gross motor skills as well as social engagement you really will be making a big difference!
Relationship building with clients is a necessary tool so we're looking for someone who has passion for community work and allowing clients to be able to live their best life!

We are looking for an Occupational Therapist in and around the following locations

  • Footscray
  • Brunswick
  • Moonee Ponds

What are the benefits? This is a mobile role so you will be allocated referrals that are local to you. You will be working as part of a team that go above and beyond to ensure that you are receiving adequate support and development. There is a great team culture and no day is the same!
You will be paid above market rate and all your admin work can be done from your own home. 
Working hours are flexible, this position is for 4-5 days.
Fuel allowance is provided for travel throughout your week.

Who should apply?

This role would ideally suit an Occupational Therapist that has a minimum of 1 years experience, particularly within a community setting.
Although you will be joining a team of experienced allied health professionals, the day to day role is an autonomous position.

To be considered for this role, you must have the following:

  • Passion for community Occupational Therapy
  • An understanding of NDIS
  • Excellent communication skills
  • General AHPRA Registration
  • Full drivers licence

How to apply? 

Please contact Anna on 0402733881 or

Occupational Therapist I Mosaic Community Care


  • Supporting adults with a range of disabilities, you’ll be a confident Occupational Therapist with an interest or experience in Positive Behaviour support.
  • You will challenge the status quo and are passionate about enhancing the independence and participation of people with disability in their home and community.
  • Reporting to the Manager of Consultancy Services, you’ll play a crucial role in supporting people with disability to live their best possible life.

The Opportunity

  • Supporting adults with a range of disabilities, you’ll be a confident Occupational Therapist with an interest or experience in Positive Behaviour support.
  • You will challenge the status quo and are passionate about enhancing the independence and participation of people with disability in their home and community.
  • Reporting to the Manager of Consultancy Services, you’ll play a crucial role in supporting people with disability to live their best possible life.

Things That Matter to Us 

  • A willingness and capacity to embrace the Values of Mosaic
  • You care as much as we do about making a difference in people's lives
  • Experience in community based Occupational Therapy
  • An interest in Positive Behavior support
  • Commitment to provide the greatest possible support and advocacy for people with disabilities
  • Self-motivated individual with strong organisational, interpersonal, and written communication skills
  • Whilst disability services experience is not essential a desire and passion to learn, build and form a career in the sector with Mosaic is ideal.

As part of the job, you will require your own vehicle, possess a valid driver’s license and be eligible for a NDIS Worker Screening Clearance.


We’ll reward your expertise and commitment with a competitive remuneration package that includes 17.5% leave loading and the option to salary sacrifice up to $15,900. In addition, you’ll enjoy:

  • Market competitive salary
  • Increase in net pay via not-for-profit salary packaging entitlements
  • Ongoing development and learning opportunities
  • Flexible working environment and.
  • A supportive team that works hard, cares about the community it serves, collaborates to accomplish excellent results, and celebrates success.

Apply now to join our friendly, close-knit team and use your therapy skills and experience to make a life-changing difference in your community

Occupational Therapists I Flexiwell

Phone: 0430 468 774


Whilst we may not be for everyone, if the idea of improving people’s lives through better management of their claim journey sounds enticing, keep reading.

Flexiwell is growing and we are looking to partner with Occupational Therapists who are interested in joining our Practitioner Community, a hand-selected group of like-minded professionals who want to be part of something impactful. The role itself is that of a contractor who can provide functional capacity evaluation type services in Brisbane CBD, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.

Flexiwell was founded by Dale Ristovski and Vanessa Herrmann in 2019 after recognising an opportunity to make a positive difference in the management of employees and claims relating to injury and illness of an individual. We help legal professionals, employers, human resource professionals and insurers to find clarity and effective solutions with our hand-crafted services which consider the balance of cost, psycho-social and real-world factors, whilst aligning to holistic practice and legislation requirements.

We are:

  • flexible, fun and innovative.
  • offering non-gazetted remuneration.
  • committed to education and training – we will coach you.
  • offering referral diversity pathways that help build your skills in conducting specialised services including Independent Medical Examinations (IME’s).
  • connected to a large community of medico-legal, legal, HR professionals, and employers.
  • humans who want to make a difference.

You are:

  • an experienced Occupational Therapist who has a minimum of 5 years of experience in either treatment or assessment or both.
  • running your own business with capacity to receive referrals and complete reporting components in a timely manner.
  • looking to diversify your income and learn new assessment skills.
  • holder of your own insurances.
  • experienced in NDIS disability assessments and would like to branch out into the occupational health and medico-legal space.

If this advert has your curiosity, then contact our General Manager, Maria Model on 0430 468 774 or  She’d be happy to answer your questions.

Paediatric Occupational Therapists I ValleyKids Therapy Services

Phone: 0402 695 056


ValleyKids Therapy Services are seeking two motivated and dynamic occupational therapists to join our growing team.

  • Competitive remuneration package including professional development, clinical supervision, and mentoring
  • Barossa Valley, Gawler, Northern Country, and Northern Suburbs
  • Hours negotiable

We provide Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy services to children and adolescents from birth to 21 years using a family-centred team approach. 

The successful candidate(s) will be highly motivated, with a passion for paediatrics and willingness to develop their clinical skills.  You must be an excellent communicator, with an ability to build relationships with children and families.  A commitment to working in a family centred way to achieve functional goals is vital.  You will be part of an experienced team working closely with other allied health disciplines.

New graduates are welcome to apply. 

Please submit a cover letter and current curriculum vitae to Julie Gifford (Director / Principal Occupational Therapist), ValleyKids Therapy Services, or contact Julie on 0402 695 056 for further information.

Key Responsibilities

Client Services

  • Provision of a high-quality clinical service in a location negotiated with clients and families (clinic, home, community and school / kindy-based services).
  • Identify needs of individuals through using appropriate formal and informal assessment and observation, in consultation with families and relevant agencies (e.g., schools, child care centres).
  • Plan, prepare, implement, evaluate and modify intervention programs for individuals and groups.
  • Liaise with family members, professionals and agencies involved in the client’s care in a professional and timely manner.
  • Maintain complete and accurate documentation records, complying with established procedures and policies and professional standards.

Policy Development, Service Planning and Evaluation

  • Contribute to the development, implementation and monitoring of Occupational Therapy services.
  • Participate in Quality Improvement activities.

Professional Development

  • Engage in clinical supervision and keep appropriate records.
  • Undertake professional development to extend relevant professional knowledge and further develop clinical skills as agreed in a tailored professional development plan.
  • Contribute to continuing professional education of other team members.

Essential Minimum Requirements

Qualifications / Registrations

  • Bachelor’s Degree (or higher) in Occupational Therapy.
  • Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner’s Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Eligible for Medicare provider number.

Personal Abilities / Skills

  • Demonstrated ability to develop relationships with clients and families to deliver high quality clinical services.
  • Well-developed verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Demonstrated ability to work autonomously, seek support as needed and evaluate own performance.
  • Excellent time management.
  • Understanding of quality improvement measures and implementation.
  • Commitment to continuing professional development.


  • A sound understanding of a range of assessment and intervention strategies relevant to the position.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a diverse caseload.
  • Awareness and understanding of policies relating to work health and safety, child protection and mandatory notification.

Other Employment Conditions

  • Current DHS Working with Children Check and Disability Services Employment Screening Clearance.
  • Current Responding to Abuse and Neglect (RAN) Training.
  • Current driver’s licence, own vehicle and willingness to drive.

Desirable Characteristics

Qualifications / Knowledge

  • Additional relevant professional development, graduate or post-graduate study.


  • Previous experience in a paediatric health service.
  • Previous experience in a private health service.
  • Other relevant previous experience working with children and families.

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