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Allied Health Professional - Occupational Therapist

Locations: Mildura
Tenure: Full Time
Salary: $75,559 - $89,811
Applications Close: This position will remain open until filled
Position Description: Allied Health Professional - Occupational Therapist

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This is a diverse role comprising Occupational Therapy assessments and interventions for individuals across the lifespan (infant, children, adolescents and adults) utilising a range of funding bodies including NDIS.   Service delivery occurs across various settings including the home, community, clinic and via telehealth.  The position forms part of an interdisciplinary team that is committed to family centred focus and evidence based best practice.
 
Mallee Family Care (MFC) is looking to grow our Allied Health Services and looking for a self-motivated team players to build a career with MFC.
 
Qualifications and Experience:
  • Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration as an Occupational Therapist.
  • Minimum 1-2 years’ clinical experience (desirable). Preferably experience working with children with additional needs. New graduates are encouraged to apply.
  • Demonstrated ability to comply with the profession’s code of conduct/ethics and function in accordance with legislation affecting occupational therapy practice and maintenance of registration with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia.
  • A current driver’s licence.
  • Willingness to travel if required and preparedness to be accommodated overnight.
For more information regarding the position description please contact Maree Fullgrabe on 5023 5966 


 

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