The Occupational Therapist (OT) provides comprehensive diagnostic services and intervention and referral services to clients so to aid in their recovery or maintain a maximum level of functioning and independence. Occupational Therapy services are provided in accordance with legislation, standards, guidelines, ethics of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT), Provincial OT licensing, Canadian Council Health Services Accreditation (CCHSA.), the physician orders and the policies of the Hay River Health & Social Services Authority.
This level of knowledge is normally acquired through a Master’s of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. Broad base of clinical experience and theoretical knowledge in Occupational Therapy is preferred. Valid Class 5 driver’s license is required.
Time management and well developed organizational skills to manage a large and varied caseload, as well as required department management activities.
Ability to communicate through verbal and written.
Ability to work independently in all areas of Occupational Therapy practice is required.
Current CPR certificate.
Registration/licensure with an appropriate Occupational Therapy Canadian Provincial regulatory body.
Active membership in the CAOT.
The OT must have knowledge of cognitive, physical and psychological development and impairment related to occupational therapy including anatomy, physiology and pathology in all age groups.
An ability to apply therapeutic processes (assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation) to ensure that the patient’s physical, emotional, psychosocial, educational and day-to-day living needs are met.
An ability to fabricate or select orthotics and/or devices/tools (including but not limited to custom splints, insoles, braces, assistive devices, etc.) required to support injured body parts or aid daily living.
An ability to educate clients, their families (where applicable) and other health care professionals on appropriate self-care methods and techniques.
In addition to an attractive salary, we offer a Northern Allowance of $2.88 per hour up to $5,624 per year. All job offers are subject to references, a satisfactory Criminal Records Check (including vulnerable sector search) and an Employee Health Risk Assessment. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Interested applicants may apply quoting competition number to:
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L’ergothérapeute fournit aux clients des services complets de diagnostic, d’intervention et d’aiguillage pour les aider à se rétablir ou à maintenir une capacité fonctionnelle et une indépendance maximales. Les services d’ergothérapie à domicile sont fournis conformément aux lois, aux normes, aux directives, au code de déontologie de l’Association canadienne des ergothérapeutes (ACE), aux règles régissant les permis provinciaux d’ergothérapie, à Agrément Canada, aux ordonnances des médecins et aux politiques de l’Administration des services de santé et des services sociaux de Hay River.
La description complète du poste (en anglais), se trouve sur www.hayriverhealth.ca, onglet « Employment ».
Rémunération : De 44,75 $ à 53,44 $ l’heure (échelon 16)