Locum Occupational Therapist - Aged Care - Western Sydney NSW

About the Role:

We are currently seeking a talented Locum Occupational Therapist for an Aged Care role in Western Sydney.

Provide client-focused services and use your expertise to deliver hands-on comprehensive assessments in a residential aged care setting. Participate in complex health pain management, and engage in group exercise programs, falls prevention programs, post-hospital rehabilitation, mobility and functional assessments, and much more.

Work in a supportive environment that helps you provide a collaborative approach to all services.

This is an ongoing locum position offering flexible work arrangements.

Benefits:

- Flexible work arrangements
- Dynamic and supportive work environment
- Competitive hourly rate
- Ongoing training and development
- Excellent career progression opportunities
- Rewarding work focused on quality and clinical outcomes
- All equipment provided

About You:

- Relevant Tertiary qualification
- Full AHPRA registration
- A passion for working with the aging population 
- Previous experience in an Aged Care or similar environment (desired)
- Strong communication and report writing skills 
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Strong organisational skills 
- Excellent time management skills
- ACFI compliance and documentation knowledge
- Current driver's licence and car (required)
- Eligible to work permanently in Australia

About Us:
   
MediRecruit is Australia’s premier boutique recruitment destination for medical practitioners and healthcare candidates. Run by healthcare professionals, for healthcare professionals, the expert agency’s primary focus is to encourage candidates to discover ‘diverse careers in health’ throughout Australia, New Zealand and the UK.  
 
How to Apply:  
    
Please apply and one of our Healthcare Specialists will call you for a confidential discussion. Or contact Clare Jones (B Occ Thy) - clare@medirecruit.com or 0402 367 899. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.