Occupational Therapist | Indigenous Community Aged Care

Superb opportunity for an experienced Occupational Therapist to take up a rewarding community based role.

Join a Dynamic and Forward Thinking Aboriginal Health Services Organisation

Are you a vibrant Occupational Therapist with a passion for making a difference in the lives of others? We are thrilled to announce an exciting opportunity to join our esteemed Allied Health Team at a WA based Aboriginal health services organisation.

About The Role

Our client's goal is clear: to deliver exceptional, culturally sensitive healthcare that empowers Aboriginal communities to thrive. Their inclusive culture fosters a supportive environment for both their clients and staff, ensuring everyone feels valued and respected.

The Role

As an Occupational Therapist, you'll have the chance to work closely with a diverse range of clients across the aged and disability spectrum, delivering tailored community-based care that meets their unique needs. From assisting individuals in achieving independence to facilitating engagement in meaningful activities, you'll play a pivotal role in enhancing their quality of life. Collaborating within their multidisciplinary team, you'll have ample opportunities to hone your clinical skills and forge lasting professional connections.

What's on Offer?

Located in a picturesque regional setting in the South-West, you'll enjoy the perfect blend of meaningful work and a vibrant lifestyle. Our client offers more than just a job; it's a chance to be part of an organisation driven by passion, integrity, and a commitment to changing lives. Your contributions will be valued and celebrated as an integral member of our clients Community Services team.

Essential Criteria

  • Occupational Therapy degree with AHPRA registration
  • Current WA Driver's License
  • Proven clinical expertise in occupational therapy
  • Strong commitment to evidence-based practice
  • Exceptional time management and communication skills
  • Ability to thrive both independently and collaboratively in a team environment

Desirable Criteria

  • Experience with NDIS and/or Community Health
  • Understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture

Remuneration and Benefits

Your dedication will be rewarded with an attractive salary package ranging of up to $110k pro rata coupled with 11% superannuation and generous salary packaging options of up to $15,900 annually. Additionally, they provide a company vehicle for work-related travel, along with a mobile phone and laptop. Opportunities for professional development and family-friendly work arrangements are also readily available, ensuring a supportive and enriching work environment.

How to Apply

If you feel this is the role for you, then click the 'APPLY' now button or contact Danielle Richards directly at

AU$85000 - AU$110000 per annum + attractive package
Bunbury, Australia
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