Join one of Canada’s leading multidisciplinary providers of community based rehabilitation services, treating people who suffered traumatic and acquired neurological injuries, and severe orthopedic injuries.
FunctionAbility Rehabilitation Services is currently looking to hire full time Occupational Therapists. Successful candidates will join our award-winning community based rehabilitation practice providing rehabilitation services to clients in home, work and school settings. There are a number of openings for full time positions.
We currently have immediate openings for Therapists in Toronto, Ottawa, Guelph, Hamilton, London and Vancouver.
Our other service areas include: The Greater Toronto Area, Guelph, Kitchener, Brantford, Hamilton, Niagara, London, Chatham, Sarnia and Windsor.
We offer competitive pay, benefits and a challenging clinical environment that allows our team members to balance work and family priorities.
Relocation incentives are available for qualified candidates.
The successful candidates will possess the following traits:
Motivated self-starter with superior technical, verbal and written communication skills;
Strong analytical ability;
Intermediate Computer skills in Microsoft Word and Outlook;
Great interpersonal skills and proven ability to work with different personality types;
A minimum of three years clinical experience;
Ability to work independently and effectively as a member of the team; and,
When part of our team, the successful candidate will undertake the following:
Initial Home/Safety/Attendant Care Assessments.
Facilitate discharge planning for clients from acute care/rehab settings.
Assessment and treatment of individuals suffering from various neurological and orthopedic disorders/injuries.
Assist clients in establishing and meeting meaningful goals within the home and community setting
Liaise with various community partners and rehab professionals to facilitate client goals and independence.
University Degree in Occupational Therapy
Valid Driver's License (all therapy is provided in the community).