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Occupational Therapist - Central Adelaide Palliative Care Services Ahp-2/ahp-3

SA Health - Adelaide, SA

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
Source: uWorkin


  • Central Adelaide Local Health Network – The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
  • Total Indicative Remuneration AHP-2 $92,017/$106,446 p.a.
  • Total Indicative Remuneration AHP-3 $108,448/116,253 p.a.
  • Temporary up to 27 March 2022 working part-time 15 hours per week

AHP-2 As a member of a multi-disciplinary team the Occupational Therapist will provide a comprehensive palliative care occupational therapy service to palliative care patients, their families or carers in the delivery of high quality, palliative care services that result in appropriate care for patients at the end of life. This role will also assist the Senior Occupational Therapist with the development of CALHN palliative care policies and practices; participate in educational, quality improvement and planning activities; and be required to provide professional/clinical supervision to AHP1 Occupational Therapists, Allied Health Assistants, undergraduate and post-graduate Occupational Therapy and work experience students.

AHP-3 The Senior OT demonstrates a specialising level of professional knowledge and skill and is responsible for the daily management, coordination, and supervision of occupational therapy to CAPCS to ensure efficient and effective clinical service provision in line with current best practice. The Senior OT informs and advocates on a wide range of issues as they pertain to the palliative care patient group.

The Senior OT plays a leadership role in the CALHN Occupational Therapy Network as well as contributing in State and National organizations that provide strategic directions in progressing occupational therapy in palliative care. The Senior OT collaborates with other clinical seniors to actively promote and contribute to research and evaluation to inform improvements in clinical practice, and holds a portfolio relevant to services on behalf of CALHN OT. As part of this portfolio responsibility, the Senior OT is required to develop, nurture and promote increased expertise and service improvements in the portfolio area, to represent CALHN on relevant committees, and may be required to contribute to or manage relevant projects.

See Job Pack For Qualifications

The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.

Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.

750554 Occupational Therapist1 - Central Adelaide Palliative Care Services AHP-2-AHP-3.pdf

Adelaide, SA

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical


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