Occupational Therapist Grade 2 – NDIS and Community

October 8th, 2020

Occupational Therapist Grade 2 – NDIS and Community

Permanent Part Time – 48 hours per fortnight

About Castlemaine Health

Castlemaine Health is a proud provider of significant range of local and sub-regional community based services and has a very important role delivering a range of allied health, acute, sub-acute, residential aged care services and a number of outreach services to the community.

This Role

An opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and suitably experienced Occupational Therapist to join our supportive OT team on a permanent basis. The position will be based within the Community Programs providing services primarily to NDIS participants, and working within the multidisciplinary team. The successful applicant will have experience in community-based service delivery, experience across a range of relevant OT clinical areas, and a passion for learning and supporting people to achieve their goals.

Applicants must be a registered Occupational Therapist with AHPRA, hold a current driver’s license, current Police Check and DWES check. Experience working within the disability sector will be well regarded and the ability to work as an effective team member is essential.

Culture and Benefits

Located a short drive from Bendigo, Ballarat and Melbourne, Castlemaine is a renowned centre for regional arts and host of the biennial Castlemaine State Festival. Combined with a wide range of sporting clubs, unique ironbark forests and historic goldfields, this rural community provides a rich and diverse culture for all to enjoy.

  • Free on-site parking is available to all staff and visitors.
  • Salary Packaging/Salary Sacrificing
  • Fitness Passport is available to all staff members across Castlemaine Health. You and your family can sign up to unlimited access to more than 120 gyms, pools and fitness facilities on your program!
  • Our Health and Wellbeing program; including access to a Social Worker, Pastoral Care Office, Prevention of Bullying & Harassment Officers, Physiotherapy services, vaccination programs and other health services as required.
  • The Castlemaine Health Social Club brings staff from all areas of the hospital together in friendly and casual environment, with a variety of events and activities held throughout the year

Castlemaine Health values diversity and encourages individuals from all cultures and backgrounds to apply.

Further information is available from Kerryn James, Allied Health and Community Rehabilitation Centre Manager on 03 5471 3568. 

Applications close Sunday 25th October 2020

For positions descriptions and how to apply click here.

All appointments are subject to a satisfactory police check.

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