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Employment

Would you like to work at StGiles?


Working with StGiles is so much more than just work!

We provide you with the opportunity to join a team of like-minded people, working together to achieve our inspiring mission. 

StGiles is a recognised leader in helping Tasmanians live to their full potential by delivering comprehensive and contemporary range of specialised services to individuals and families.

Working with us, your knowledge, skills and experience will directly assist in making more life’s enriched. We are passionate and committed to developing the best person for the job, regardless of gender, age, race, family or caring responsibilities, disability and sexual orientation, identity or preference. It’s what we believe and part of our essence, as we only ever see the ability within.

We strive to promote and support the wellbeing of our employees through a number of workplace initiatives designed to achieve optimum work-life balance.

Our staff currently enjoy flexible start and finish times, part time and casual work, generous leave provisions, competitive salaries (with the extra benefit of salary packaging) a family oriented and supportive work place and being recognised as a valued team member with the ability to take advantage of further career advancement and development.

We’re always looking for people who possess a desire to see the best in people and display the right attitude and are committed to improving the lives of people living with disability.

We want people who are team players, self-motivated and prepared to strive for personal and workplace improvement. We value creativity and innovation. 

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Current Positions      

Occupational Therapist- FT or PT - Negotiable, Launceston or Hobart, Tasmania.

St Giles is a state-wide organisation operating Therapy and Support services across Tasmania. St Giles aims to make a real difference in the lives of the people we support and we are passionate about supporting children and adults who live with disability. StGiles is an equal opportunity employer and offers excellent facilities and resources, salary packaging and professional support and development.

We are seeking a motivated occupational therapist to join our OT & wider multi-disciplinary teams based in Launceston or Hobart, Tasmania. Our close-knit multi-disciplinary team consists of OTs, speech pathologists, therapy assistants, physiotherapists and psychologists. Come and be part of a team which is highly experienced, approachable and friendly. Within this role you will see a varied caseload of kids and adults with a broad range of diagnoses within our therapy centre, community centres, schools and their homes. We also provide outreach services to some areas in the north of Tasmania, allowing you to see more of our beautiful state. We offer a flexible and family friendly work environment.

About you:

To be successful you will;

  • Have experience working within kids and/or adults of varying and complex backgrounds. Recognition is given to undergraduate experience.
  • Focused on family centred practice
  • Have knowledge of current funding models (e.g. NDIS, HCWA, BetterStart)
  • Have worked in a team which is focused on working in a collaborative, adaptable and responsive manner.
  • Be driven to achieve the best outcomes for our clients
  • Have a strong working knowledge of evidence based practice

 

You must have a current driver license, National Police Check and a Working with Vulnerable Persons check (child- related activity).

Enquires to Lisa Mulvey on 03 6238 1888


Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 45, New Town
TAS 7008
email to: ClaireOLoughlin@stgiles.org.au

Position Description

Occupational Therapist- Level 3, FT or PT - Negotiable, based in Hobart, TAS.

St Giles is a state-wide organisation operating Therapy and Support services across Tasmania. St Giles aims to make a real difference in the lives of the people we support and we are passionate about supporting children and adults who live with disability. St Giles is an equal opportunity employer and offers excellent facilities and resources, salary packaging and professional support and development.

We are seeking a motivated occupational therapist to join our OT & wider multi-disciplinary teams based in Hobart, Tasmania. Our close-knit multi-disciplinary team consists of OTs, speech pathologists, therapy assistants, physiotherapists and psychologists. Come and be part of a team which is highly experienced, approachable and friendly.

This role is aimed at those who have a specific interest in working within Paediatric rehabilitation under a public health funding model. As part of a Paediatric rehab service, you will support children which functional impairments, as a result of congenital or acquired condition, during a period of rehabilitation following an event such as injury, illness or surgery. This part of the role will be 0.3FTE.

If interested, there is opportunity to extend this role to full time by delivering occupational therapy services to a wider caseload of kids and adults. You will have the opportunity to see a varied caseload of kids and adults with a broad range of diagnoses within our therapy centre, community centres, schools and their homes. We offer a flexible and family friendly work environment.

About you:

To be successful you will;

  • Be responsive, adaptable and have strong interpersonal skills.
  • Focused on family centred practice.
  • Have knowledge of current funding models (e.g. NDIS, HCWA, BetterStart) and how these interface with the health system.
  • Be driven to achieve the best outcomes for our clients.
  • Have a strong working knowledge of evidence based practice.

 

You must have a current driver license, National Police Check and a Working with Vulnerable Persons check (child- related activity).

Enquires to Lisa Mulvey on 03 6238 1888

Applications should be forwarded to:
Human Resources
St Giles Society
PO Box 45, New Town
TAS 7008
email to: ClaireOLoughlin@stgiles.org.au

Position Description