About UsSt Jude’s has been one of the more innovative and leading service providers for people with disability and psychosocial needs in Western Australia since 1982. Our purpose is to maximise the health, enjoyment and quality of life for people seeking support in their community. Our experience in service delivery is reflected through 39 years of providing quality services and maintaining the highest of standards for our clients. About the RolesOur Occupational Therapists strive to make our clients goals a reality. You will work with people within the NDIS framework and support clients to reach for outcomes and pursue their dreams. No one day will be the same. The role takes responsibility for managing a caseload, including correspondences with families and representatives. The role is responsible for providing advice and education regarding lifestyle changes and adaptations to the physical and social environment for the client. There is also a focus on working with other members of the broader allied health team to ensure consistency of support planning.   The key duties for our Occupational Therapists include:Applying a specialist level of understanding of the effects and impact of all aspects of a disability on a client’s occupations and roles.Implement and monitor individual plans to enable clients to perform the occupations that foster health and well-being in their everyday life.Working with families and stakeholders to share goals and provide practical advice.Maintaining accurate, timely and appropriate records of progress notes, reports and other relevant documentation.We are looking for an Occupational Therapist who is able to provide services throughout the North Metro region of Perth. The role will ideally be hired on a permanent, full time basis, although we are in a position to consider part time or flexible working arrangements. Skills & Experience Our ideal candidate will pride themselves on their ability to build and deliver person-centered care that values the choice of the client. They will have the people skills to build and maintain meaningful, lasting relationships with their clients. Our ideal candidates will be experienced with pain management strategies and have the proven ability to develop therapy programs with their clients. They will also demonstrate a commitment to being a productive and positive member of the broader allied health team who is focused on ensuring that a multidisciplinary approach is being implemented. As well as the above skills, the Key Requirements include:Registration with AHPRA as an Occupational Therapist.Possess or willing to obtain both an NDIS Worker Screening Check and a Working with Children Check.A valid WA license and a reliable vehicle.  Culture & BenefitsThis role represents the opportunity to work within a dynamic and committed interdisciplinary team who consistently achieve for their clients. You will work closely with your manager and we are in a position to consider flexible working arrangements. Ongoing training and development is crucial to the success of the team and there is the potential for real career growth within the organisation and sector.    If the above opportunity is one that excites and encourages you, please go ahead and click 'Apply for this job'. We will be in touch to discuss your application soon. 80000 AUD Joondalup 6027

Occupational Therapist - NDIS - Joondalup Area

  • Salary: $75,000-$100,000 plus super, depending on experience
  • Join a leading organisation within the strong Disability sector
  • Experience working in paediatrics will be highly regarded

About Us

St Jude’s has been one of the more innovative and leading service providers for people with disability and psychosocial needs in Western Australia since 1982. Our purpose is to maximise the health, enjoyment and quality of life for people seeking support in their community. Our experience in service delivery is reflected through 39 years of providing quality services and maintaining the highest of standards for our clients.

 

About the Roles

Our Occupational Therapists strive to make our clients goals a reality. You will work with people within the NDIS framework and support clients to reach for outcomes and pursue their dreams. No one day will be the same. The role takes responsibility for managing a caseload, including correspondences with families and representatives. The role is responsible for providing advice and education regarding lifestyle changes and adaptations to the physical and social environment for the client. There is also a focus on working with other members of the broader allied health team to ensure consistency of support planning.   

The key duties for our Occupational Therapists include:

  • Applying a specialist level of understanding of the effects and impact of all aspects of a disability on a client’s occupations and roles.
  • Implement and monitor individual plans to enable clients to perform the occupations that foster health and well-being in their everyday life.
  • Working with families and stakeholders to share goals and provide practical advice.
  • Maintaining accurate, timely and appropriate records of progress notes, reports and other relevant documentation.

We are looking for an Occupational Therapist who is able to provide services throughout the North Metro region of Perth. The role will ideally be hired on a permanent, full time basis, although we are in a position to consider part time or flexible working arrangements.

 

Skills & Experience 

Our ideal candidate will pride themselves on their ability to build and deliver person-centered care that values the choice of the client. They will have the people skills to build and maintain meaningful, lasting relationships with their clients. Our ideal candidates will be experienced with pain management strategies and have the proven ability to develop therapy programs with their clients. They will also demonstrate a commitment to being a productive and positive member of the broader allied health team who is focused on ensuring that a multidisciplinary approach is being implemented. 

As well as the above skills, the Key Requirements include:

  • Registration with AHPRA as an Occupational Therapist.
  • Possess or willing to obtain both an NDIS Worker Screening Check and a Working with Children Check.
  • A valid WA license and a reliable vehicle. 

 

Culture & Benefits

This role represents the opportunity to work within a dynamic and committed interdisciplinary team who consistently achieve for their clients. You will work closely with your manager and we are in a position to consider flexible working arrangements. Ongoing training and development is crucial to the success of the team and there is the potential for real career growth within the organisation and sector.   

 

If the above opportunity is one that excites and encourages you, please go ahead and click 'Apply for this job'. We will be in touch to discuss your application soon.