Throughout Monash Health there are over 250 Occupational Therapists working in a wide variety of roles, providing services to our community from birth to end-of-life, offering unparalleled opportunities for career growth.
Occupational Therapists at Monash Health work within many high-performing multidisciplinary teams. They strive to deliver holistic care that focuses on the varied needs of their patients and clients in healthcare and community settings.
With varied roles on offer, Occupational Therapists at Monash Health are supported to grow and build on their career through high-quality supervision and professional development programs.
With sites across southeast Melbourne and flexible work arrangements, Occupational Therapists at Monash Health can fit their careers with their lifestyles.
Occupational Therapists at Monash Health working in acute hospital-based care work within large multidisciplinary teams in the hospital environment to provide targeted assessment and intervention to enable patients to participate in their chosen and necessary occupations.
Occupational Therapists working in the acute inpatient setting may work in the following areas:
Working as part of an interdisciplinary team, Occupational Therapists working in subacute hospital-based care work to provide comprehensive assessments and tailored interventions to maximise the quality of life and safety of patients and their caregivers at the Kingston Centre and Casey Hospital.
This work includes:
Various roles are offered for Monash Health Occupational Therapists in the community, this includes at our sites in Cranbourne, Pakenham, Springvale, Dandenong and Kingston, in clients’ homes and at other community venues.
Work for Occupational Therapists in the community includes:
For Occupational Therapists looking to work in Mental Health, there are a range of opportunities available at Monash Health in both inpatient and community settings.
This includes but is not limited to working within:
The Occupational Therapy team at Monash Children’s work with children and their families to maximise the child’s potential for building and recovering skills. They aim to enhance, enable and empower children’s participation in daily occupations by helping them adapt to the challenges they face as a result of illness, developmental delay, or disability.
Monash Health provides Occupational Therapy services to Monash Children’s Hospital patients both in an acute setting within our hospitals and in the community.
There are many opportunities at both Monash Children’s Hospital and in the community for Occupational Therapists who specialise in working with children.
This includes but is not limited to:
Emma Shaw is an Occupational Therapist working both in the acute setting at Dandenong Hospital and as a Student Coordinator within the Allied Health Workforce, Innovation, Strategy, Education and Research (WISER) unit.
If you need help with your application or have any questions about what opportunities are available with an Occupational Therapy career at Monash Health, we’d love to chat with you.
Speak with Sarah Brown, Head of Occupational Therapy at Monash Health.
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