Paediatric Occupational Therapists



We are actively seeking dedicated clinicians with a strong passion for working alongside individuals of all age groups who have complex needs, as well as their families. As an Occupational Therapist, you will demonstrate a commitment to helping children realise their full potential and flourish in their daily lives.

Currently, we are in search of a compassionate and skilled Paediatric Occupational Therapist to become a member of our dynamic team.  In this role, you will play a pivotal part in enabling children with developmental challenges and disabilities to lead enriching lives. You will provide evidence-based therapy services to children and young people ranging from 0 to 25 years of age, nurturing their independence and empowering them to overcome obstacles. You will assess, plan, and implement individualised treatment plans, collaborating closely with families and a their care team to achieve holistic progress and lasting results.

In addition, you will demonstrating excellent initiative and self-directed work practices.  You will have the ability to respond efficiently to demands and prioritise tasks to effectively manage competing deadlines. Strong verbal and written communication skills are essential to effectively communicate with clients, families, and other professionals.

What We Offer

As an Paediatric Occupational Therapist at Entelechy, you will join a close team where clinicians receive a sense of autonomy but are also part of a supportive team. Our Speech Pathologists work closely with our highly motivated and supportive administration team. We take care of all the details of diary management, invoicing and other administrative jobs so you can focus on the clients and your clinical work.

  • Extremely attractive remuneration and high level of job security.
  • Part-time and full-time roles available, with flexible work arrangements to accommodate family and caring role.
  • Access to a comprehensive assessment library and online assessment platforms. We support our clinicians in updating our resources to suit their clinical needs.

  • A generous professional development budget is allocated to clinicians to enable relevant CPD and learning opportunities that fit within their areas of learning needs and aspirations.

  • A supportive professional environment with regular team meetings and individual and group supervision conducted. As a team, we share skills, experiences and achievements.

  • A talented and focused administration team that is clinician and client-focused ensures you are well supported to do your clinical work.

  • Scope to follow your areas of clinical interest and provide an environment to enable you to work at your best.

  • A flexible work environment is available with opportunities to work from home.

About You

Knowledge and abilities:

  • Be passionate about working and collaborating with neurodiverse individuals across the life span and their family members.

  • Experience in Occupational Therapy assessments and interventions for neurodiverse individuals.

  • Ability to assess functional capacity and implement interventions to build independence and confidence.

  • Excellent initiative and self-directed work practices

  • Respond to demands quickly and efficiently and prioritising to manage competing deadlines pro-actively

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Education, Qualifications and Certification:

  • Bachelor or Masters of Occupational Therapy 

  • Registration as an Occupational Therapist with APRHA

  • Member of Occupational Therapy Australia

  • Current National Police Record Check

  • Employment Working with Children Check

If interested please contact Sophie to obtain a full position description on either 0407837787 or email  We have an extensive waiting list at Entelechy therapy so are always waiting to hear from our next amazing therapist to join our team.


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