Occupational Therapist | Paediatric
About KEO Care
Hi, we’re KEO – a leading multidisciplinary allied healthcare provider. We’re here to help create a future where everyone lives a vibrant, empowered life.
Our focus is on providing high impact allied health services in the Aged and Disability sectors by delivering an industry-leading multidisciplinary approach to care.
The Secret to KEO
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.
Work with a team of highly experienced therapists in the same clinical area to assess and evaluate excellent outcomes for participants.
About the Opportunity
The paediatric occupational therapist is responsible for providing support to children aged 0-18 years and their families/primary carers to optimise their child’s development. The position works within a multidisciplinary team providing assessment, treatment, and recommendations to support community-based, NDIS and private participants with a range of developmental and learning disorders.
You will also be supported by our senior therapists who work in the same clinical area, ensuring you are successful in your role.
The position provides an opportunity to work full time or part time, from home, in the community or for some connection from one of our vibrant hubs which are always full of clinicians collaborating, learning, and connecting while working towards common goals and supporting one another.
Our goal is to support you in your career, to learn and grow while also paving the way for future career opportunities.
Your role as a paediatric occupational therapist at KEO, includes the following:
- Provide high-quality, evidence-based occupational therapy services, to help participants optimise their independence and quality of life.
- Assess community-based participants with a diverse range of disabilities relating to physical, cognitive, or sensory impairment.
- 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 such as the NDIS.
- Participate in regular and structured 1:1 clinical supervision
- Opportunities to attend internal and external professional development to support clinical knowledge and career progression.
- Attend weekly team huddles, discipline specific and multidisciplinary case conferences to share learnings amongst the team.
- Work alongside a team of multidisciplinary therapists, drawing on additional skills and knowledge to support participant outcomes.
- Connect with highly experienced therapists both within the same clinical scope and alternate scopes of practice.
- Mentor graduates and early career clinicians by sharing your knowledge.
- Opportunities to access weekly clinical support huddles outside of 1:1 supervision to support learning and growth.
- Celebrate wins with your participants, families, colleagues and leadership team.
- Attend opportunities for networking, learning and development.
The Perks of Practicing at KEO:
- An industry leading induction program.
- Extensive opportunities for discipline specific and multidisciplinary professional development.
- High quality supervision appropriate to your level of experience and career goals.
- Personalised career pathways and leadership programs.
- Weekly multidisciplinary and discipline-specific case conferences.
- Comprehensive professional development plan that is tailored to develop your passions and interests whilst ensuring you reach your career goals.
- Monthly KEO Care Days – an opportunity to connect and collaborate with the team whilst enjoying breakfast on us.
- Social events such as movie nights, golf days or join the cycling team.
- An awesome team environment committed to supporting each other, team social and professional get togethers for connectedness.
- KEO team building days.
- Two personal health and wellbeing days – additional days off per year to focus on yourself.
- Flexible work options
- Full administrative support, so you can focus on what you do best – being a therapist!
- Two study leave days and a lucrative professional development allowance.
- Unlimited access to our extensive internal professional development workshops.
- Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers.
- Access to our Employee Assistance Program to care for your wellbeing.
- Receive an iPhone, Surface Pro, car allowance, or car leasing options & a uniform 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 with some experience in paediatrics
- Registered with AHPRA
- Police Check
- Driver’s License and Car
- 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.
For further information or a confidential discussion about this role please contact
Louise on 0484 128 704 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the prompts below.
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.