New graduates start your career here!
Are you studying Occupational Therapy and graduating in 2024?
We are hiring current students and new graduates to join our team as Therapy Assistants or Occupational Therapists.
Why work for us?
We provide a supportive training environment to facilitate a smooth transition from university to private practice.
Our new graduate positions allow you to build on the knowledge you have gained from coursework and practical experience by expanding your clinical skills and developing competencies in communication and documentation.
Through regular supervision with experienced leaders, and team training with like-minded colleagues, your confidence will grow. We offer a variety of clinical caseloads and robust professional development pathways, to help you reach your career goals sooner.
Apply using the form below!
We are currently recruiting across all our service pillars. So, whether your special interest is in Paediatrics, Community-Based Disability, Aged Support or Hand Therapy, we have a place for you with plenty of room to grow.
About the Role:
As an Occupational Therapist, you will work alongside a passionate team of occupational therapists, physiotherapists and therapy assistants. We offer fully equipped therapy rooms with up-to-date resources, and our innovative approach includes home or community-based programs to support clients and their carers an environment that suits them best. Our therapy approaches are flexible and tailored to each client's interests and needs.
You will collaborate with a Senior Team Leader, who offers direct face-to-face supervision and ongoing clinical support. Expect one-on-one meetings, team case conferences, educational opportunities, and support for your professional growth.
- Support and empower clients to experience progress, recovery, joy, and comfort.
- Conduct clinical assessments and provide treatment in various settings, including clinics, schools, communities, and homes.
- Collaborate with the Apricus Health team to deliver holistic care to clients.
- Ensure all clients receive an excellent experience throughout their journey.
- Share specialised knowledge and skills through education, in-services, seminars, articles, blogs, workshops, and other knowledge-sharing opportunities.
- Actively contribute to service delivery, guiding clinic planning and programs to maintain a paediatric service to be proud of.
- Work with other clinicians to identify, review, and improve clinical processes.
- Ensure your clinical team meets professional development outcomes.
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- Qualification in Occupational Therapy recognised by the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (or international equivalent).
- Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) (or current international equivalent with the ability to obtain AHPRA registration).
- First Aid, CPR training, and NDIS Workers Screening, or willingness to obtain them.
- Full driver's license.
- The right to live and work in Australia long-term or the willingness and ability to apply with no known barriers to emigration.
- Able to commit to a minimum 12-month contract.
Additionally, you will enjoy:
- A positive work culture within a values-based organisation
- Generous professional development allowance.
- Above-award pay.
- Wellness package.
- Relocation assistance if required.
If you are ready to join us in making a positive impact, please fill out the form below to apply. We look forward to welcoming you to our team!