Working within Monash Health’s high-performing Allied Health unit, Occupational Therapists have the opportunity to collaborate with other allied health practitioners to deliver holistic care that focuses on the varied needs of patients.
Joining the Allied Health unit means being a part of a supportive team where kindness, compassion, and respect counts.
With sites across south east Melbourne and flexible work arrangements, as an Occupational Therapist at Monash Health, you can fit your career with your lifestyle.
Our Occupational Therapists work in a wide variety of roles including hand therapy, acute care, rehabilitation, mental health, community health and rehabilitation, pain management, disability services, quality and innovation. Find a role that suits you.
The Grade 3 Clinical Occupational Therapist will be responsible for providing leadership and supervision the Occupational Therapists in the Children’s Team.
The Aged and Community Care program aims to keep clients independent within their community by proactively promoting health, independence, and self-management. We offer integrated multidisciplinary care to a growing and diverse population in the community setting, with individual and group-based services provided.
The Secure Extended Care Unit provides medium to long-term inpatient treatment and rehabilitation for people who have unremitting and severe symptoms of mental illness or disorder with an associated significant disturbance in behaviour that preclude their living in a less restricted environment.
The GEM@Home Program is a new program for Monash Health and involves delivering care to clients in the home as part of a team of nursing, medical, pharmacy and allied health clinicians.
At Monash Health, we’re dedicated to excellence in care, teaching and research. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to gain invaluable experience while making a real difference in the lives of others.
As Victoria’s largest public health service, we provide safe, high-quality care to one-quarter of Melbourne’s population across the entire lifespan, from newborns and children to the elderly, as well as their families and carers.
You’ll be joining more than 22,000 of us working at over 40 care locations throughout southeast Melbourne, including seven hospitals and an extensive network of rehabilitation, aged care, community health and mental health facilities.
Visit the Monash Health Careers page to see other available positions.