A new role as a Mobile Occupational Therapist has been created to join a growing NDIS multidisciplinary team of psychologists, speech pathologists, speech therapists and support workers.
The Mobile Occupational Therapist role involves travelling to client/participants' homes, schools and other locations to provide occupational therapy services.
The clients/participants are a mix of children (majority), teenagers and adults. The Mobile Occupational Therapist will be responsible for administering evidence-based therapy and develop treatment/support plans.
The role involves the following:
- Providing treatment/support plans for clients/participants with varying needs from Autism, ADHD, developmental delay, sensory processing and fine/gross motor skill development.
- Administering standardised functional assessments and non-standardised assessments
- Assisting clients/participants to reach their independent living and life skill goals
Our ideal candidate is someone with 2 years+ paediatric experience and an understanding of NDIS processes (but not essential).
You love the ability to work autonomously, thrive on building relationships and enjoy contributing professionally to a multidisciplinary environment.
Ideally, you will:
- Have experience with paediatric caseload
- Be capable of administering a range of assessments
- Be able to work independently and as a team
- Be registered with AHPRA
- Have great time management skills
- Have experience with NDIS processes (preferred not essential)
- Have Working with Children Check
- Have Police Check
- Have CPR
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What to do next
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