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  • Altius Group NDIS - Perth, WA

  • Permanent / Full Time

  • Physiotherapy /Occupational Therapy / Exercise Physiologist

  • Healthcare & Medicine

Job Description

The Altius Group is one of Australia’s leading allied health provider to workplaces and team members, offering end-to-end support and guidance to those that need help. We are committed to be the benchmark in professional health services whilst offering our team members space for personal growth, opportunities to continue learning and showing real appreciation for their work. Our leadership team injects a culture of compassion and understanding into the company which resonates in everything we do.

Your new benefits:
  • Be warmly welcomed into your new team with a 3-month tailored Induction Program
  • Professional Development Support and development opportunities to grow across the Group
  • Coaching & Mentoring from Industry Leaders and Allied Health Professionals
  • Be rewarded with an above market salary package, including a great bonus system 
  • Latest technology including a Surface Pro and a smart phone
  • Flexible Work Arrangements – start early, finish early and work from home
  • Genuine support for your personal wellbeing including access to our AltiusLife in-house wellness app, regular wellness seminars, access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and the ability to purchase additional leave
  • Fuel card
About the Role:
 
We have an opportunity available for an Occupational Therapist in our Subiaco office.
 
This is a diverse role comprising Occupational Therapy specific assessments and interventions predominantly working with participants who are on the NDIS, aiming to increase the functional capacity and independence in all aspects of the participant’s lives.   

You will be part of a multi-disciplined, motivated and highly capable local team, and a national company with the support and opportunities to learn and progress professionally. We are looking for a self-motivated team player to build a career with us.
 
Ideally, the role will be full-time - however, we would be open to part-time applicants.
 
Responsibilities:
Occupational Therapy specific assessments, intervention, and case management
  • Assessments and planning for NDIS participants to maximise their level of function, capacity, social engagement and housing suitability.
  • Trial and implementation of equipment. Possible scoping and recommendations for home modifications.
  • Recommendations and provision of ongoing therapy support for NDIS participants.  
  • Reporting outcomes and recommendations, written and verbal, in a timely manner and to a high standard.
  • Promoting health and wellness solutions and support optimal mental and physical outcomes for clients referred to us.
  • Liaising with clients, families, referrers, allied health professionals, and other stakeholders to achieve collaborative, person-centred outcomes.
Skills, Attributes & Experience:
  • AHPRA registration as an Occupational Therapist
  • Minimum 2 years’ clinical experience
  • Experience working with participants accessing the NDIS is highly regarded
  • Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team
  • Excellent time management, organisational and report writing skills
  • Holds a full, unrestricted drivers license, and owns car that can be used for accessing participants in their homes, workplaces and other environments
We welcome the opportunity to discuss this role in more detail with you. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please email Melissa Werner at [email protected] or connect with Melissa https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissa-werner-854b79229/

Altius Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer and an inclusive workforce. Research has shown that, in Australia, women, people living with disability, LGBTQIA+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and those from minority groups are less likely to apply for a role because they feel they will not be successful. We believe in the strength of diversity and inclusion, and we would like to strongly encourage those who identify with any of these groups to apply for a role with us.
 
If this opportunity interests you and you are looking forward to join our friendly team, please click on "Apply" below.