- Job posted on: 28th Mar 2021
- Applications close:
WeSupportU is a registered NDIS Service Provider established in 2018 and servicing Bayside and Peninsula Melbourne. From a few dedicated local health workers believing they could do the NDIS differently, WeSupportU now employs over 45 multi-disciplinary team members. WeSupportU is dedicated to the social inclusion of young people, adults and families living with disability.
WeSupportU is currently recruiting two Graduate Occupational Therapists to join our friendly team. You will begin in the role with an induction program followed by shadowing both an experienced Occupational Therapist and a recent graduate to get a really good introduction to the work you will be undertaking with our clients. You will enjoy the benefits of learning with a buddy as you go and sharing clients with the rest of the Allied Health Team containing a Speech Pathologist, Social Workers and two Therapy Assistants. Supervision will be provided by a local University Professor who is an expert in Occupational Therapy and this time allocation is included in the role.
Our Allied Health Team is well resourced with time allocated for professional development, shadowing and a mix of interventions delivered in-home, in-school or in our very own therapy space at our office. The role is a flexible mix of office based and work from home and you will appreciate the balance of admin and face to face work. In our work, you will get the unique experience to work with people long term and create lasting change.
You will be an open person who is enthusiastic and driven to improve the lives of people living with disability. You must be committed to working collaboratively and you must be open in your communication. These are the non-negotiables, we can teach you the rest.
If this sounds like you, please get in contact. We would love to meet you.
WeSupportU encourages applications from people living with disabilities. If applying for this position is inaccessible to you, please contact us and we’ll work together to organise a more suitable process.