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HiR
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (remote)
2 days ago

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Why did you choose to become an OT?

Because you care.

Because you are full of compassion.

Because you have strong problem-solving skills and love developing innovative approaches to complex situations.

Because you want to help, people gain the strength and mobility to complete daily activities and live their best lives.

Now imagine being an OT where every client you work with is deaf or hard of hearing and often living with challenges and pain from additional injury, illness or other disabilities.

It doesn’t matter if you have not had experience with deaf clients in the past, as we are committed to providing Auslan training to all employees.

What a fabulous opportunity for your professional development.

In the meantime, you’ll be supported by an Auslan interpreter so that you can get on with what you were made to do;

  • Assessing and diagnosing clients’ health conditions
  • Identifying solutions and recommending home modification, functional capacity, community access, assistive technology and other standardised assessments.
  • Supporting access to reasonable and necessary support through the preparation of reports with the help of a dedicated Report Writing Team
  • Assisting clients in implementing identified support strategies, including setting up assistive technology and coordinating with other service providers
  • Monitoring client progress and determining the efficacy of strategies implemented through an ongoing care plan
  • Applying interventions to maximise safety and performance in activities of daily living
  • Guiding and educating family members and other caregivers

Our client has been around since 2018 and works nationally through a close-knit team of almost 40 people - they are growing fast.

The Founder has worked as a registered Occupational Therapist for more than 16 years. Growing up with a deaf sister drives her passion and focus for supporting the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. Many of the therapists share this particular interest with some team members or their family members being deaf.

You’ll work face-to-face with clients via Telehealth VRI (Video Remote Interpreting).

"We provide a laptop, additional screen, tablet and company phone; you’ll need a full driver's license and access to a car for work, along with a dedicated space at home to deliver your support to clients.

We have a great culture, and collaboration is key to our clients' continued success and quality of care. Although you work remotely, you’ll have a daily huddle to connect with your team and a regular weekly meeting."

If you tick these boxes

  • A Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, or associated degree or master's degree in rehabilitation counselling.
  • AHPRA Qualification
  • Driver’s licence and access to a car for work
  • Working With Vulnerable People (WWVP) card
  • Right to live and work in Australia

Then apply now to join one of Australia’s most innovative NDIS providers and supercharge your OT career by supporting the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.

You can expect

  • A refreshingly innovative approach to service delivery
  • Heaps of flexibility in when and how you work
  • Market-leading salary and time-off-in-lieu
  • Permanent Full or part-time positions available across Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Newcastle, Central Coast and Adelaide regions
  • Enormous opportunities for professional development and ongoing training
  • And, of course, to feel like you’ve really made a difference every day


Requirements

If you tick these boxes

  • A Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, or associated degree or master's degree in rehabilitation counselling.
  • AHPRA Qualification 
  • Driver’s licence and access to a car for work
  • Working With Vulnerable People (WWVP) card 
  • Right to live and work in Australia

Then apply now to join one of Australia’s most innovative NDIS providers and supercharge your OT career by supporting the deaf and hard of hearing community.

You can expect

  • A refreshingly innovative approach to service delivery
  • Heaps of flexibility in when and how you work
  • Market leading salary and time-off-in-lieu
  • Permanent Full or part-time positions available across Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide regions
  • Enormous opportunities for professional development and ongoing training
  • And, of course, to feel like you’ve really made a difference every day

Job Information

  • Job ID: 66925611
  • Workplace Type: Remote
  • Location:
    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
    Australian Capital Territory, Australia
    Northern Territory, Australia
    Tasmania, Australia
    Western Australia, Australia
    Alexandria, New South Wales, Australia
  • Company Name For Job: HiR
  • Position Title: Graduate Occupational Therapist (Deaf Community Specialist)
  • Job Specialties: Clinician
  • Entry Level: Yes
  • Job Type: Full time,Part Time
  • Job Duration: Ongoing
  • Min Education: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
  • Min Experience: 0-1 Year
  • Required Travel: 50-75%
  • Salary: $68,000.00 - $85,000.00 (Yearly Salary)
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At HiR, we do two things really well We support people to find the right job at the right time and understand how to plan and LOVE their careers. We support organisations to find the best available candidates in the market as fast as possible while eliminating as much unconscious bias as we can. We use a proprietary process: It's a mix of automated technology, artificial intelligence, positive psychology, the 100+ years of career development, employee engagement and recruitment experience within our team and lever...

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