your responsibilities will include:
You will plan, assess, implement and evaluate clinical care in collaboration with patients/families and the multidisciplinary team so as to achieve identified goals and health outcomes.
Contribute to the coordination of clinical care whilst working in partnership with the allied health team, nursing and non-clinical staff providing direct and indirect clinical input, direction and guidance
Incorporate the provision of education and support to patients and their carer/family for the management of their health recovery, rehabilitation and discharge plans
Conduct individual and group therapy programs
Commit to an ongoing learning and professional development portfolio to ensure case mix requirements are supported and registration requirements are met.
Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
Excellent time management, communication and organisation skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team
Highly developed communication skills and interpersonal skills
Commitment to interdisciplinary teamwork
Flexibility in managing a varied caseload and implementing group and individual programs
Experience with Lymphoedema, UL Therapy, Amputation will be beneficial
Generalist clinical experience, hospital based rehabilitation experience minimum 2-5 years post-graduate experience desirable. However new graduates can be considered if willing to learn and display passion for Acute Occupational therapy