Occupational Therapist – Grade 2
Fixed term – Part time
64 hours a fortnight
An enthusiastic and experienced Occupational Therapist is sought to provide occupational therapy services in the Community programs at Ballarat Health Services for a long service leave replacement position.
Primary clinical responsibilities include the provision of occupational therapy services within the Community Programs directorate.
The successful applicant will have experience in the following – working with patients in the community setting, proven experience in assistive technology and working with funding bodies, supervision of student clinical placements and supervision of staff.
You will enjoy a friendly place to work, where there is a strong commitment to providing high-quality evidence-based care. There is excellent support from senior Occupational Therapy colleagues with advanced expertise in all clinical areas. Professional development supported through regular in-service education, professional support from colleagues and the provision of support to attend continuing education.
If you have any further enquiries, please contact Michele Pearson on 5320 3801
All appointments are subject to a satisfactory Police Records Check & Immunisation Clearance.
All applications must be submitted online.
Employing around 4,300 staff, BHS’ mission is to deliver quality care to the communities we serve by providing safe, accessible and integrated health services resulting in positive experiences and outcomes.
Ballarat allows you the best of both worlds. You will enjoy the lifestyle that a large progressive regional city affords with the beauty of a rural environment – and Melbourne is only 75 minutes’ away. Ballarat’s dining scene is vibrant with a diverse restaurant and emerging Café scene. Ballarat has some of the state’s top primary and secondary schools. First class sporting, social events and recreational activities are all available. Low commuting times, affordable housing, lifestyle, investment and employment opportunities are all reasons why more than 2,000 people choose to relocate to Ballarat every year.
BHS is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people.