Occupational Therapist

  • Statewide
  • Full time
  • Part time and other flexible options available.

Permanent Full Time or Part Time – Negotiable

Are you an Occupational Therapist looking for an incredible opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Tasmanians living with disability? St.Giles is actively growing our amazing Allied Health department and we are inviting you to join our multidisciplinary team, providing a diverse range of participants with quality multidisciplinary care and individually tailored experience.

St Giles places the most value on finding individuals who are going to be positive contributors to our team-first culture and live our organisational values, mission and vision of being Tasmania’s leading disability service provider as we enable people to thrive!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide clinical care, advice and education in line with clinical guidelines and evidence relevant to the participant’s conditions and clinical needs.
  • Continually evaluate participant management for effectiveness, efficiency and quality and modify plans appropriately.
  • Work effectively and collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team to establish common goals and to develop and offer best care, ensuring that participant care is integrated and effective.
  • Communicate effectively with participants and families to ensure their understanding, and that their needs and views are included in treatment, care plans and actions.

St Giles requires the following from you:

  • Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy.
  • AHPRA registration, or a willingness to attain it.
  • Willingness to undertake intrastate travel to deliver services in other locations, and some outside normal hours work, as need arises.
  • Knowledge of NDIS and participant/family centred practices is desirable.
  • Current driver’s licence.
  • National Police Check (no older than 3 months).
  • Current or ability to apply for Working with Vulnerable People Card/NDIS Worker Screening Check.

What we offer:

  • Community focused employer.
  • Supportive and collaborative team environment, including flexible working conditions.
  • Salary Packaging.
  • Health and wellbeing programs including EAP and corporate health insurance discount through St Lukes.
  • Career development and training opportunities.
  • The opportunity to mentor and supervise new graduates and students.
  • Onsite parking.

Please send all enquires to recruitment@stgiles.org.au or call our People & Culture Coordinator, Michelle on 03 6238 1810. We would love to chat with you.

If you are interested in learning more about St Giles, our culture and some of our initiatives, please explore our website.