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 Are you an Occupational Therapist looking for a tree change and a great team?

  • Flexible, hybrid work arrangements in beautiful Central Western NSW
  • Salary range from $85K – $118K (Effective full time salary. Part time is also available if preferred) depending upon experience
  • 6 weeks annual leave and a generous professional development budget
  • A well-established and resourced practice with a growing team

Job Summary

Empowering others to be as independent and engaged in their environments as possible is your focus as an experienced occupational therapist. You enjoy working with families and support teams to achieve joint goals. You are able to read the room and understand holistic service delivery. You can look beyond complexity and diagnoses, understanding that empathy, recognition of family priorities and trust building are the keys to success. You’re looking for new ways to grow your career, create more balance and to support children, families and their teams to achieve together.

About your Role

You’ll work in partnership with a team of speech pathologists, an outgoing occupational therapist, an allied health assistant, a practice manager and an accounts/payroll officer in a well-resourced children’s therapy service based in Bathurst, a beautiful regional city 2 1/2 hours west of Sydney and an hour from the Blue Mountains.

You will support school-aged children, their families, educators and their teams. The children you work with will truly benefit from your skills that help them enhance performance and confidence and discover their full potential. You will work in our office, in homes, schools, online or in the community.

About EnhanceABILITY

We are therapists who love what we do. We work with families and carers at their pace to build their knowledge and confidence in supporting their children and/or people with disabilities. We understand that families value familiar faces and consistency, and we are therefore committed to ensuring that you love your job and that you want to stay with us.

We offer an interesting and varied caseload with provision for developing clinical strengths and specialising in interest areas. You will have the opportunity to work with children with a wide range of support needs who experience challenges associated with sensory processing, learning difficulties, Autism, physical and intellectual disabilities, trauma, Developmental Delay, Cerebral Palsy and other diagnoses. We are open-minded and welcome innovative ideas from our team members for service delivery, resources, professional development and workshops.

Benefits and Perks

  • Salary ranging from $85K – $118K, six weeks annual leave and additional performance-based incentives
  • Family-friendly, flexible work environment
  • A culture that values work/life balance with achievable targets
  • Encouragement to develop and specialise in areas of interest
  • Great clinical supervision as part of our performance development program
  • A caseload that is matched to the therapist’s capacity
  • A supportive team environment with team members committed to best practice and exceeding the expectations of our customer base
  • Generous professional development and resource budgets
  • Interesting and varied work
  • Clinical and hardware tools that allow you to work from home or on the road

Key Selection Criteria:

  • Recognised qualifications in Occupational Therapy
  • Membership of/eligibility for membership of Occupational Therapy Australia
  • Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience as an Occupational Therapist or a recent graduate with extensive experience working with people with disabilities
  • Professional Indemnity Insurance
  • Own car, valid Driver’s Licence with comprehensive car insurance
  • Approved Working With Children’s Check, National Police Check and NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • Commitment and passion for enabling people to achieve their potential in communication
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in partnership with children/adults, families, educators and other support services

For more information you can:

  1. Contact Christine Porter (Speech Pathologist/Director) at
  2. Contact Christine on 02 63019544 Ext 4 OR
  3. Complete the form below to have Christine contact you.



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