CPL's team of allied health professionals deliver specialist therapy services for children and adults at the Townsville service, and client homes, schools or workplaces within the community. We offer a broad range of allied health services including occupational therapy, speech and language pathology and physiotherapy.The dynamic team customise services  to provide early childhood intervention, individual and group therapies, consultation and programming, prescription for equipment and communication aids, as well as education and training to empower the community.Joining our Allied Health team in Townsville, you will provide clinical support to people with various disabilities and of different ages, delivering a high quality service to support them to achieve their goals and live the life they choose with passion. Many of our clients will be seeking to achieve their goals through NDIS plans. Your responsibilities will include:Working within a multidisciplinary team to provide high quality, family-centred Occupational Therapy services (e.g. consultation, assessment, therapy intervention, prescription of equipment and seating) that will facilitate opportunities for valued and inclusive lifestyles.Collaborating with team members for effective decision-making by contributing relevant Occupational Therapist information and considering the relevant stakeholders involved in service provision to clientsDeveloping knowledge and clinical skills in line with the CPL Allied Health Core Competencies, supported by a comprehensive supervision and mentoring framework for clinical practice and professional learning.Maintaining professional and ethical standards in achieving quality client outcomes in line with the Human Services Quality Framework and The CPL Way.Demonstrating professional conduct, values and attitudes that reflect The CPL Way at all times.To take on this opportunity you will have:Demonstrated knowledge and skills in occupational therapy practices required for working with clients with various disabilities, including an understanding of issues faced by clients and their families at both the personal and societal levels.Demonstrated ability to develop, maintain and improve a range of occupational therapy knowledge and skills required to achieve functional outcomes for clients of CPL, including a commitment to continuing education, evidence based practice and/or research.Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team to meet the needs of clients and their families with an ability to clearly articulate and demonstrate the occupational therapy role to clients, families, team members and the community.Current, valid, C class driving licenceTo find out more download a full position description below. Benefits include:Permanent, full-time roleSalary and salary packaging optionsSupportive, multi-disciplinary teamExceptional skills development opportunityFlexible work / life balanceExtra 2 weeks annual leave (6 weeks total/year)Clinical support and continued professional development Applications to close by Friday 13th December 2019 unless filled prior..thanks!  Position description 65000 AUD Australia - QLD Townsville & Northern QLD

Occupational Therapist - Townsville | new graduate or experienced

  • Full-time, Permanent role based in Townsville
  • Multi-discipline team environment - great culture!
  • Grow your career with a leading not-for-profit organisation

CPL's team of allied health professionals deliver specialist therapy services for children and adults at the Townsville service, and client homes, schools or workplaces within the community. We offer a broad range of allied health services including occupational therapy, speech and language pathology and physiotherapy.

The dynamic team customise services  to provide early childhood intervention, individual and group therapies, consultation and programming, prescription for equipment and communication aids, as well as education and training to empower the community.

Joining our Allied Health team in Townsville, you will provide clinical support to people with various disabilities and of different ages, delivering a high quality service to support them to achieve their goals and live the life they choose with passion. Many of our clients will be seeking to achieve their goals through NDIS plans.

 

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Working within a multidisciplinary team to provide high quality, family-centred Occupational Therapy services (e.g. consultation, assessment, therapy intervention, prescription of equipment and seating) that will facilitate opportunities for valued and inclusive lifestyles.
  • Collaborating with team members for effective decision-making by contributing relevant Occupational Therapist information and considering the relevant stakeholders involved in service provision to clients
  • Developing knowledge and clinical skills in line with the CPL Allied Health Core Competencies, supported by a comprehensive supervision and mentoring framework for clinical practice and professional learning.
  • Maintaining professional and ethical standards in achieving quality client outcomes in line with the Human Services Quality Framework and The CPL Way.
  • Demonstrating professional conduct, values and attitudes that reflect The CPL Way at all times.

To take on this opportunity you will have:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills in occupational therapy practices required for working with clients with various disabilities, including an understanding of issues faced by clients and their families at both the personal and societal levels.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, maintain and improve a range of occupational therapy knowledge and skills required to achieve functional outcomes for clients of CPL, including a commitment to continuing education, evidence based practice and/or research.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team to meet the needs of clients and their families with an ability to clearly articulate and demonstrate the occupational therapy role to clients, families, team members and the community.
  • Current, valid, C class driving licence

    To find out more download a full position description below.

 

Benefits include:

  • Permanent, full-time role
  • Salary and salary packaging options
  • Supportive, multi-disciplinary team
  • Exceptional skills development opportunity
  • Flexible work / life balance
  • Extra 2 weeks annual leave (6 weeks total/year)
  • Clinical support and continued professional development

 

Applications to close by Friday 13th December 2019 unless filled prior..thanks!

 

 

To apply, please submit your CV, and address the selection criteria in the attached position description in your cover letter or separately. For a confidential conversation about the position please call Paul on 07 3358 8074.