Occupational Therapist

Who we are

Wake up every day loving the work you do and the impact you have on others.

At Humanity Health Group, we’re in the business of helping people get to where they want to be throughout their life. Every day, we’re improving quality of life.

For our customers, we deliver innovative allied healthcare solutions that create meaningful, tangible life-enhancing outcomes. We push the boundaries of ‘what’s been done’ to create the solution that needs to be done.

For our employees, we provide an industry-leading ‘Better Life Policy’ that encourages you to cultivate your version of a balanced life and meaningful career across our global brand family.

Care Squared is part of Humanity Health Group’s global network of healthcare brands. It means that when you join our team, you get more than ‘just a job’. You get a career.

And right now, we’re looking for the passionate life changers, motivated career makers, and vibrant balance seekers for an irrefusable opportunity to contribute to our legacy. Are you in?

About the role

Care Squared was created to provide simplified services in a sector known for its complexity, and we stand out because we partner with individuals to provide personalised, qualified, goal-directed programs within their everyday environments.

Every day, our team of health professionals empower people living with a disability to live the life they choose, so they can thrive.

At Care Squared, you’ll provide education and support to our customers and NDIS participants, inclusive of evidence-based assessment and intervention. This role has high levels of autonomy as we are a mobile, community-based service.

  • Plan and deliver therapeutic services that aim to enhance people’s capacity and levels of independence, focussing on meaningful goal attainment
  • Provide support and services in collaboration with others (other health professionals)
  • Provide accurate, timely and high-quality reports and be supported with your report-writing skills by our fantastic quality team
  • Fulfil administrative requirements, including record keeping, billing and invoicing
  • Engage and work collaboratively with stakeholders including the participant, their carer/nominee, Support Coordinators, National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) staff or others
  • Develop relationships with stakeholders to strengthen partnerships

Specific duties will include:

  • Managing your day-to-day client activities to support positive outcomes for your clients and their families.
  • Provide client-driven, evidence-based therapy services to clients in their home and community environments, focusing on their personal goal attainment.
  • Provide therapy services either individually or as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
  • Liaise with external stakeholders, such as other health professionals, NDIA- related entities, family members, educational staff, and community members, to provide individualised support plans.
  • Provide accurate, timely and high-quality reports.

Essential requirements

  • An approved degree in Occupational Therapy
  • Passion for supporting people to maximise their independence and realise their full potential.
  • Excellent communicator.
  • Eligible for registration with the appropriate board i.e. AHPRA
  • Willing to complete criminal record and working with children check (or state equivalent).
  • Current and unrestricted drivers licence with access to own vehicle.

We offer

It’s our people-centric health, wellbeing and development initiatives that separate us from the rest. We’ll empower you to step up: step sideways: flourish always in your pursuit of a long and meaningful career.

We’re not talking run-of-the-mill training. What we teach here can’t be learned in a university classroom, ensuring unparalleled career opportunities for the dreamers and the doers. We reward high performance and those who come on the journey to help us implement positive change. But most importantly, those who achieve for their customers.

In this role you’ll receive…

  • Unrivalled professional support, including clinical supervision, case coaching, and mentorship
  • Monthly professional development days, including access to PhD, research, and leadership programs
  • Continuous career growth with an established brand, and access to our 12 brands offering diverse pathways to suit your work/life needs as they change
  • Support from an innovative organisation that feeds new ideas and recognises high performance
  • Flexible conditions and a ‘Better Life’ policy for all staff
  • Numerous rewards and incentives and health and wellbeing benefits,
  • Connection with a high performing and supportive workplace culture.

Join Us!

If you feel your values and interests align with this role, please email your CV to recruitment@humanitygroup.com.au.

For further information or a confidential discussion, please call Humanity Health Group’s recruitment team on 02 9052 2151.

Humanity Health Group fosters a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value the contributions of all people and encourages people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.

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