An extremely exciting opportunity for an experienced Orthotic clinician for a full-time position at a rapidly growing and exciting family owned practice on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, Queensland Australia.
We pride ourselves on evidence-based practice and are a client centred service to the whole of Queensland within the exciting fields of both Prosthetics and Orthotics.
With a great reputation on and around the Sunshine Coast, servicing both Private and Public Hospitals, clinics and several rehabilitation centres, a truly diverse exposure to the provision of our truly unique services within a great team environment.
Practice in Orthotics in a professional and extremely capable way, using evidence-based practice and a client centred approach.
Provide quality patient focussed care to all assigned clients according to the Dynamic Prosthetics & Orthotics policies and protocols.
Display advanced organisational skills through efficient time management, professional responsibility and accountability.
Display empathy and knowledge of ethical and multicultural issues to provide culturally sensitive and client centred practice.
Prepare, submit and follow up funding applications to external funding bodies as required.
Provide expertise to assist patients transitioning to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Actively participates in quality improvement initiatives.
Collaborate and effectively communicate with other medical professionals with a multi-disciplinary approach to ensure positive outcome measures for our clients and theirs.
Support student programs including supervision and teaching of both undergraduate and post graduate students.
Contribute to raising awareness and profile of Prosthetics & Orthotics within our service areas.
Facilitate positive team dynamics and workplace culture within our organisation.
Attending and seeing orthotic patients at our monthly Clinics in Gympie, Northlakes and Rockhampton
Bachelor of Prosthetics & Orthotics (Or equivalent).
Membership with AOPA or NZOPA
Minimum 5 years post graduate experience in the Orthotic field in all aspects of patient treatment, including evidence-based assessment, prescription, manufacturing, fitting, review and adjustment with all levels of Orthotic devices.
Highly self-motivated applicant with a high level of organisational, communication, problem solving and time management skills.
Commitment to adhere to occupational health and safety standards.
Demonstrate both initiative and pro-active attitude towards your role within our great team.
Commitment to continual professional development.
Own car essential
Applications to be sent through to, Dewet Heyns (Senior Clinician), email@example.com or Deborah firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our website at www.dynamicpno.com.au to find out more about our clinic what we do.