About the role
Come and join our exciting, dynamic growing Community Rehabilitation team. Provide expert care and build your knowledge in Musculoskeletal, Neurology, Respiratory care, Balance Rehabilitation, Vestibular Assessment and Management, Biomechanics assessments and movement rehabilitation and Lympheodema Management.
Within the Allied Health team in the Area of Aged Care we provide a model of care based on reducing the functional challenges of individuals via a compensatory and restorative approach. We support individuals with their Needs, Wants and Desires by delivering the best Support, Care and Experience.
Our services are funded under CHSP, HCP, EPC and self-funded. You will join our growing service based in our new $90million Residential and Health & Wellbeing facilities in Windsor, Caulfield and Carnegie. Supporting the development of new services alongside the Allied Health, you will provide services across different community sites and in people’s homes, with a focus on independence and living actively.
What can you expect?
A highly skilled team who provide knowledge and experience for growth
Expert clinician coaching
Learning structure and career support in a supervision structure
Funding Opportunities to participate in external training
Benefits and Culture
Attractive Remuneration: Tax free salary packaging available
Professional development: Training and CPD support offered
Ongoing opportunities: to upgrade staff skill set and expertise
Work-life balance: Maximise your health and wellbeing, opportunities to work from home, manage your schedule.
What will you bring?
- Eagerness to learn and have a passion to deliver the best care
- Tertiary Degree in Occupational Therapy with current AHPRA registration.
- Knowledge of a Wellness Reablement approach to service delivery
- Experience and developed clinical skills
- Ability to work as part of a team as well as autonomously
- Excellent customer service skills and the ability to establish genuine rapport with services users and colleagues.
- Passion and care to help a diverse range of people.
What we do
Jewish Care Victoria, a not-for-profit organisation, is the largest provider of aged and community services for the Jewish Community in Victoria. Services include Aged Residential Care, Assessment Referral and Individual Support Services, Community Aged Care, Disability, Mental Health, Youth and Family Services and Holocaust Survivors Programs.
We take pride in delivering the highest level of service and being an equal opportunity employer.
Jewish Care’s values are universal and enduring in nature but are also particular to the Jewish approach to creating meaningful life and a strong, cohesive community.
Respect – derech eretz
Community – kehilla
Inclusion – hachlala
Social Responsibility – achrayoot chevratit
For a confidential conversation about the role please contact:
Stephen Hardman Support Services Manager 8517 5797
About the organisation
How to apply
Please quote in application: Occupational Therapist via Pro Bono Australia.