Therapist - OOHC

Location: Stirling
Discipline: Allied Health
Salary: $80000 to $115000
Contact name: Aaron Winders

Contact email:
Job ref: 33796
Published: 15 days ago
On Offer
  • SCHADS Level 6: $103k - $105k + super
  • Car/Car Allowance + Fuel Card (for business + personal use)
  • Full/Part-Time role available.
  • Flexible Working arrangements with WFH options
  • Opportunities for professional development and training
  • Collaborative and supportive team environment
Our Client
A leading provider in the Out Of Home Care (OOHC) sector, dedicated to supporting children and young people in need, ensuring their safety, well-being, and development. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team of Carers, Social Workers and Therapists.

The Role
  • Work within a multidisciplinary team to support children and young people in OOHC arrangements
  • Provide consultation, assessment, and guidance regarding safety and therapeutic care
  • Assist carers and staff in developing their capacity to provide therapeutic responses
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate preventative and therapeutic interventions
  • Collaborate with various stakeholders to support agreed interventions and plans
  • Lead risk assessment and management plans for high-risk behaviours
  • Participate in operational team meetings and contribute to case discussions
  • Liaise with other therapists and professionals to address children/young people's needs comprehensively
  • Support the planning and execution of Key to Care projects
  • Assist in carer assessment and participate in the assessment process
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of training for carers and staff
  • Maintain comprehensive records and submit reports as required
  • Ensure children/young people's opinions and concerns are considered and addressed
Essential Criteria
  • Relevant qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Occupational Therapy
  • Demonstrated experience working in Out Of Home Care (OOHC) settings
  • Experience with complex care, needs good understanding of Trauma, Child Protection
  • Ability to work effectively within a multidisciplinary team
  • Strong understanding of trauma-informed care principles
  • Ability to assess risks and develop appropriate interventions
  • Experience in delivering training and support to carers and staff
  • Knowledge of safeguarding procedures and compliance requirements

For a confidential discussion about this role, please contact Aaron on 0414 318 360 or send an up-to-date resume to: