- Deliver high impact interventions within the community in the aged and disability sectors
- Be part of a progressive, collaborative, creative and passionate team
- Specialise in your area of interest, and be supported by a senior clinical team
- Opportunities are available for early career, experienced or senior therapists
The KEO Secret
At KEO, we know the best outcomes occur when we work together. That’s why we blend diverse expertise in allied health – with a deep passion for the people we work with. We provide unrivalled clinical support and have a connected team and culture where everyone feels valued and motivated to come to work each day to make a real difference in the lives of the people we support.
Be surrounded and supported by a senior clinical team and like minded individuals.
About the opportunity
As an Occupational Therapist you will be working in the community supporting people living with a disability or who are a ageing. We regionalise your calendar so you work close to home while being supported by highly experienced therapists who work in your area of clinical interest.
In working in a highly specialised team of therapists within a multidisciplinary environment, you will be supported to work either as a specialist or generalist to grow and develop your clinical skills
At KEO we support you to tailor your caseload in the following specialist areas
- Mental Health / Psychosocial Disability
- Paediatrics or Adults
- ASD and ID
- Assistive Technology and/or Home Modifications
- Disability Housing
With more control over your calendar you will be able to work from home, in the community or from one of our vibrant hubs which are always full of clinicians collaborating, learning, and connecting while working towards common goals.
Your role as an Occupational Therapist at KEO will include:
- Providing high-quality, evidence-based occupational therapy services, to help clients optimise their independence and quality of life
- Assessing community-based participants with a diverse range of disabilities relating to physical, cognitive, or sensory impairments
- Deliver therapy and manage your own caseload of participants whilst being supported by an exceptional Clinical Excellence team
- Complete comprehensive assessments and produce quality reports for submission to funding bodies like NDIS
- Participant in regular and structured 1:1 clinical supervision
- Attend Internal and External Professional Development so you’re always learning
- Attend weekly team huddles, discipline specific and multidisciplinary case conferences.
- Access to a team of multidisciplinary therapists, drawing on additional skills and knowledge
- Mentor graduates and early career clinicians by sharing your knowledge.
- Celebrate wins with your participants, families, and your colleagues and leadership team
- Attend opportunities for networking, learning and development
The Perks of Practicing at KEO:
- 12 additional days off a year to focus on your health and wellbeing (equivalent to 6.5 weeks annual leave a year)
- An industry-leading induction and professional development program
- Personalised career pathways and leadership programs
- Weekly multidisciplinary and discipline-specific case conferences
- Monthly KEO Care Days – Connect and collaborate whilst enjoying breakfast on us
- Social events such as Movie Nights, Golf Days or join the Cycling team
- KEO Team building days.
- Flexibility to work from your home/office.
- Full administrative support, so you can focus on what you do best – being a therapist!
- Full access to our extensive internal clinical education workshops
- Paid study leave and $1,000 annual allowance to complete external study
- Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers
- Access to our Employee Assistance Program
- Receive an iPhone, Surface Pro, car allowance or car leasing options provided
- Enjoy a competitive salary + yearly reviews!
Skills and Experience required:
- Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (or equivalent/higher)
- 1-2+ Years Experience as an Occupational Therapist
- Registered with AHPRA
- Police Check
- Driver’s License and Car
- Victorian working with Children’s Check
- NDIS Worker Screening Check
What sets KEO apart ?
We put our people first, which drives every decision throughout the organisation. We have a fun and supportive culture, where people feel connected, empowered and love coming to work! We prioritise job satisfaction, flexibility, learning and career pathways, and are always striving to achieve excellence with our services.
Elsternwick | Carrum Downs | Nunawading, and Mill Park
Fill out the form below with your relevant details and we will reach out to you OR For further information or a confidential discussion about this role please contact Stella on 0412 825 555 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
At KEO, we welcome all people to join our team, including people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, living with disability, all gender identities, LGBTQIA+, people of any socioeconomic status, of any age, race, national origin or ethnicity. We believe each person’s uniqueness makes us even better at the work we do.
To learn more about a career with KEO Contact us today!