Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapist
  • Competitive
  • Temporary
  • New South Wales, Australia Goulburn New South Wales AUS 2630
Job Ref: AN13010
Sector: Allied Health
Sub-sector: Occupational Therapist
Date Added: 01 April 2021

Medacs Healthcare is a leading global healthcare staffing company, providing locum, temporary and permanent Allied Health healthcare recruitment to the public and private sectors. Medacs Healthcare have more than 20 years of experience and expertise in healthcare recruitment in Australia and New Zealand.

We are interested in hearing from new graduates, qualified and experienced Occupational Therapists (OT's) who are interested in exploring OT employment opportunities in regional areas across NSW. We are currently recruiting for several public hospitals with grade 1-3 positions on offer. The positions are mainly working across community health, rehabilitation, hospital and transitional care programs. Positions are to commence ASAP and are up to 3 months, with travel and accommodation is provided.

Work with a Specialist Allied Health Consultant who will support, guide and assist you with securing the best career opportunity to reflect your skills and interests. Unique insight into the various clients we partner with, as well as advice on the interview process are also provided.


  • Relevant tertiary qualifications
  • Willing to undergo pre-employment checks
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Registered with Australian Health Practitioners Regulations Agency (AHPRA)

Please click 'Apply Now' and follow the prompts. Keen to hear from OT's who are considering a change or simply want a confidential chat about what is happening in the Australian market or possible options for the future.

Medacs offers a referral bonus for referred candidates placed with us - T&Cs apply, enquire today!

Medacs Healthcare
29/04/2021 04:56:04
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Contact Consultant:
Annaliese Nonnenmacher

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