Occupational Therapist - Lloydminster, AB
Be empowered to go the extra mile!
This is a unique position for an Occupational Therapist who will participate in the assessment and guiding recommendations for Care Plan, and at times providing the treatment and/or re-assessment. Working with individuals that have musculoskeletal injuries and complex spinal cord injuries, wounds, brain injuries, amputations, burns and mental health conditions. This team member will interact and collaborate with the main interdisciplinary team, within the larger CBI Team, as well as the individuals’ medical team, family, funder, community support groups and vendors.
This valued Occupational Therapist will have an opportunity to practice within a large scope through collaboration and teamwork, responsible for evaluating and supporting the clients in a holistic manner to achieve optimal quality of life. Day to day activities vary from serving clients in the community, in clinic, networking and collaborating within the larger health care community and with the funder, completing reports, and solving problems/overcoming barriers to achieving the Care Goals.
We are seeking a self-starter that is able and excited to work within rural areas and has a proven ability to deliver excellence in outcomes and relationship building. This opportunity is well suited to candidates that can work independently at times, but also see the value in collaborating with many other professionals and teams to achieve the optimal outcome for the client.
Take an inside look at what you’ll do each day
- Work individual and as part of a multidisciplinary team to deliver excellent client outcomes
- Provide assessment and treatment to a wide variety of clients with varying needs, including those with complex needs
- Provide impartial home, safety/attendant care assessments, ergonomic assessments, driving assessments, adaptive equipment assessments, client education, and clinic-based assessment/treatment
- Coordinate the care with the client, family, CBI Care Team, funder and involved health care providers
- Work closely with the team and other resources to develop new programs to meet identified client needs
- Network with internal and external stakeholders to promote new and existing programs
- Perform regular, timely charting, reporting and communication
- Record workload measurement data
- Attend staff meetings and case conference meetings, as required
- Provide professional services to other CBI facilities or departments, as required
Here’s what you’ll need to be successful
- You are a graduate of a recognized School of Occupational Therapy
- You are a registered member in good standing with a college of Occupational Therapy
- You are passionate about your profession and committed to ongoing professional development
- Hold a valid driver’s license and have access to a reliable vehicle with a willingness to travel to rural site
- New Graduates are welcome to apply
What CBI Health can offer to you
We are proud of our friendly environment, supportive leadership and the knowledgeable team members who make it all possible. That is why we do everything we can to show our appreciation. Our training, mentoring and education programs will provide you with opportunities for continued learning – and support and guidance whenever you need it. At CBI Health, you will have the freedom to define your own career path through our many opportunities for growth and development.
Here’s a look at our total rewards:
- Competitive compensation
- Comprehensive benefits and rewards package
- Flexible working hours and virtual care options
- Continuous learning and skills development
- Autonomy to explore and reach your career goals including the opportunity to progress to management
For millions of Canadians, CBI Health is where better begins. We are Canada’s leading community healthcare provider, reliably delivering innovative rehabilitation and home care programs that help our clients achieve their health goals. With 250+ locations and supporting more than 800 communities, people are at the heart of what we do. Every day, all across the country, our 13,000 staff work together to make a meaningful difference in our clients’ lives and help shape healthcare for the better. Learn more at cbihealth.ca.
CBI Health is committed to providing a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace where everyone feels safe and accepted as their authentic selves. We actively seek qualified candidates who share our commitment to equity and inclusion and contribute to the diversification of ideas and perspectives that help us innovate and provide the best possible care to our clients.
We welcome applications from all individuals regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other characteristics that make each of us different.