This role will be responsible for assisting their team with achieving required KPIs and performance targets and ensuring exceptional quality services.
ORS employs a team of over 60 Occupational Therapists nationally and a total multi-disciplinary workforce of 400 staff. We support people with various diagnoses and disability types across various environments, including family homes, disability group homes, day programs, schools, community, and/or ORS offices.
Responsibilities will include:
- Supporting a team of Occupational Therapists with day to day service delivery and clinical guidance, answering questions and assisting with strategies on complex cases
- Delivering training, induction and supervision as required
- Completing quality assurance report reviews and feedback
- Attending appointments with Occupational Therapists, to provide support and training
- Completing high-quality clinical services and assessments as required in complex cases
- Developing exceptionally well-written reports and management plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions
We want to talk to you if you
- Are motivated and inspired to make a difference
- Have strong and effective written and verbal communication skills
- Care about providing exceptional customer service
- Are passionate about developing and leading people
- Take pride in your work and focus on excellent quality
- Are ambitious and keen to continue learning
- Are passionate about helping people to achieve their goals
- Can work independently and as part of a team
- Are results-oriented and able to meet and exceed targets
- Are flexible and enjoy working within a fast-paced environment
- An Occupational Therapy degree and AHPRA registration (or the ability to become registered)
- A car and licence
- A National Police Clearance and Working With Children/Working with Vulnerable People Check (or willingness to obtain one before commencement)
- Clinical experience, preferably within the NDIS or similar
- Experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability and other complex diagnoses
- Leadership experience (desirable)
ORS is one of the largest and fastest growing national allied health and workplace rehabilitation providers in Australia, and has a proven track record and reputation for providing high quality evidence-based and client-centred services for almost 30 years! We love attracting talented, ambitious, and driven individuals who are looking for an opportunity to grow with and contribute to a growing business that cares about its people and their ideas. We live by strong company values and brand promises to ensure that we continue to be the best at what we do!
Our purpose – to provide ‘services that work”, derives from our desire to ensure that everything we do is evidence-based, focused on achieving customer goals, high quality, effective, and efficient. We live by strong company philosophies, objectives, values, and behaviours to ensure that we continue to be the best at what we do!
If you are passionate about making a difference and helping people with disabilities, injuries, or health conditions to live their best lives, we would love to hear from you!
Why join ORS?
At ORS, our purpose is to “transform lives through allied health services that work” and our company values drive the behaviour that supports us to continue to achieve this:
- We are PASSIONATE about achieving individual’s goals and transforming lives
- We continually improve through always seeking EXCELLENCE
- We believe in the POTENTIAL and recognise the strengths of every individual
- We get things done FAST by keeping things simple
We also provide:
- Equipment and resources including a laptop, mobile, complete workstation setup and access to an extensive range of online assessments, subscriptions, templates and tools.
- Generous quarterly bonuses for exceeding individual targets and significantly above-average salaries
- Multi-disciplinary team approach working with Behaviour Support Practitioners, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Physiotherapists, and Exercise Physiologists.
- Work across different industries or types of clients including all age groups from children through to older Australians, providing you the opportunity to complete different work to see what you enjoy.
- Intensive induction program, run by our supportive Strategy and Performance team, to ensure that you are the best that you can be as quickly as possible!
- Structure and ongoing Professional Development Program including various methods of training from direct clinical supervisors and Learning and Development Managers who have extensive clinical experience and many with PHDs.Employee Assistance Program and internal client debriefing; designed to support employees through difficult circumstances.
- Fun work culture, celebrating achievements through Friday nibbles, best practice days, gifts and end of year parties, to name a few!
- Flexible working conditions such as part-time employment, work from home, and flexible hours.
If this sounds like the job for you, don’t miss this opportunity and apply now!
If you do not have an updated CV, you can contact Michelle Renel on 0447 690 328 for a confidential discussion, email at Michelle.Renel@orsgroup.com.au using the subject line: Team Leader / Occupational Therapist - Clinical NDIS - Port Macquarie enquiry via EthicalJobs.
ORS is a multicultural, diverse, supportive and flexible employer, specifically encouraging applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, working parents, LGBQTIA+ and people with disabilities for positions within our company.