Field Occupational Therapist Services Officers are responsible for providing occupational therapy advice, consultation, assessments and recommendations on client files and program and policy development in support of the Department’s mission to provide client centered services and benefits that respond to the needs of clients.
Language of work may be in English/ French or both, depending on geographic location.
***IT IS AN HONOR TO PROVIDE SERVICES FOR THOSE WHO SERVE AND CONTINUE TO SERVE OUR COUNTRY***
Full time and Part time positions:
St John's NL
Saint John NB
Quebec City QC
St Jean QC
North Bay ON
Education Field Occupational Therapy Services Officers must, as a minimum, possess:
a Baccalaureate Degree in Occupational Therapy from a recognized university
a current licence to practice from a provincial or territorial College of Occupational Therapy in the province of practice.
a valid driver’s license in the province where the work is to be performed.
Experience The Field Occupational Therapy Services Officer shall possess, as a minimum:
24 months equivalence of full time experience as an occupational therapist (OT) within the last five (5) years providing occupational therapy treatment or services to adults; or, supervising or teaching the practice of occupational therapy treatment of adults. Part-time experience must be quantified in terms of full days, weeks or hours; concurrent experience from multiple settings must be reported by setting and amount of time in each.
A minimum of one year full-time equivalent experience, within the last five years, in providing occupational therapy treatment/services to clients enrolled in a formal psychiatric/mental health program.