Rocky Bay continues to grow and is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Advanced Clinician Occupational Therapist to join our team in Ascot or Joondalup on a permanent basis.
Your caseload will consist of early intervention and paediatric customers with varying complexities based on your current experience. A varied case list of diagnoses provides great opportunity to continually develop your skills and knowledge. The Advanced Clinician role provides clinical leadership and supervision within the Occupational Therapist discipline supporting therapists to develop their fundamental skills, knowledge and competencies.
About Rocky Bay
Established for over 80 years, Rocky Bay is a leading provider of disability services offering choice and independence to thousands of children, youth and adults living with disability in Western Australia.
What We offer You:
Working collaboratively with customers, Rocky Bay employees are motivated by the desire to enhance the abilities and enrich the lives of our customers with disabilities. We welcome new therapists who reflect our values-based culture and provide comprehensive employee rewards through a range of benefits and opportunities which include;
To be considered for this position you will be required to demonstrate:
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Desirable Selection Criteria:
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At Rocky Bay, we come from all walks of life. We all have different backgrounds and experiences, and that’s what makes us who we are.
We’re building a culture where uniqueness is valued. You will be considered without regard to race, gender, disability, age, religion and LGBTQIA+. We are committed to building an inclusive team, making us the best we can be. We encourage you to apply.
Rocky Bay provides services on Noongar and Yamatji country. Rocky Bay acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional custodians and their leaders- past, present, and emerging.