• Full Time
  • Windsor

CBI Health Group

Community Occupational Therapist – Windsor, ON CBI Health is Canada’s leading community healthcare provider, and our passionate team is at the heart of what we do. Every day, our 13,000 staff make a meaningful difference in our clients’ lives as we live the core values that define us: heart, respect, reliability, teamwork and innovation. Along with mentoring and continuous learning opportunities to help advance your career, we are building a culture of inspiration, recognition and celebration for the meaningful work our team does every day, all across the country. Join CBI Health and find where your better begins. About this opportunity If you are an enthusiastic Occupational Therapist who is eager to make a difference and do truly transformative work, all while achieving personal and professional growth, CBI Health’s Community Rehabilitation Services has an exciting opportunity for you to join our dynamic multidisciplinary team. We are looking for someone who wants variety and flexibility in their day, knows how to be an advocate for their clients, is excited at the thought of incorporating advanced technologies in their practice, desires mentorship and comprehensive training, and thrives in a role that offers autonomy and independence. As a full-time Occupational Therapist serving the Windsor area, you will be part of a team working in the community, offering programs and services ranging from in-home assessments and hospital discharge assessments to behavioural activation, equipment coordination and education, and occupational therapy treatment. If you have the proven ability to deliver excellence in client outcomes, enjoy working with clients one to one while also working with a multi-disciplinary team, and like the idea of being connected with a national network of highly trained experts, then this position is the perfect fit for you. Take an inside look at what you’ll do each day Work with your clients throughout their entire treatment plan, from assessment to discharge, and be involved in the final positive outcome Work collaboratively with colleagues and other health professionals (e.g. psychology, psychotherapy) both locally and nationally to deliver excellent client outcomes, and have access to extensive educational resources and subject matter experts Conduct hospital discharges Perform attendant care assessments, with completion of Form 1’s Provide assessment and treatment to a wide variety of clients with varying needs, including those with chronic and/or mental health conditions Coordinate the delivery/installation and set-up of assistive devices and/or home modifications, and personal support worker services, as well as the transportation/rehabilitation needs of clients with acute injuries post discharge Coordinate the return to work process with all stakeholders in a timely way, ensuring a smooth transition into the workplace Work closely with the team and other resources to develop new programs to meet identified client needs Perform regular, timely charting, reporting and communication, and record workload measurement data Record workload measurement data Network with internal and external stakeholders to promote new and existing programs What you need to be successful Passion about your profession, commitment to ongoing professional development, and dedication to providing excelled client care Registration in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario The ability to thrive in a fast-paced, changing environment Strong clinical skills in one or more of the following: complex orthopaedic injury, mental health or vocational rehabilitation Strong critical thinking, decision-making and analysis skills Experience in the private sector, particularly with auto sector legislation Enthusiasm for working collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team Excellent oral and written communication skills Empathy and an effective ability to build rapport with clients A valid driver’s licence and have access to a reliable vehicle The ability to work both independently and as part of a team, and to facilitate our clients’ needs by exceeding their goals What CBI Health offers you Continuous learning and skills development, including management opportunities Training and mentoring from a national network of experts Competitive compensation with comprehensive benefits and rewards package, including group health, dental and vision benefits, paid 100% by the employer Excellent administrative support, so you can focus on your patients Flexible hours, which allow work-life balance and focus on quality of life About Us For millions of Canadians, CBI Health is where better begins. We are Canada’s leading community healthcare provider, reliably delivering innovative rehabilitation and home care programs that help our clients achieve their health goals. With 250+ locations and supporting more than 800 communities, people are at the heart of what we do. Every day, all across the country, our 13,000 staff work together to make a meaningful difference in our clients’ lives and help shape healthcare for the better. Learn more at cbihealth.ca. CBI Health is proud to be recognized by Deloitte as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for the 15th year in a row. A huge thank you to all our team members, whose dedication, passion, and innovation have enabled us to achieve this recognition year after year. CBI Health is committed to providing a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace where everyone feels safe and accepted as their authentic selves. We actively seek qualified candidates who share our commitment to equity and inclusion and contribute to the diversification of ideas and perspectives that help us innovate and provide the best possible care to our clients. We welcome applications from all individuals regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other characteristics that make each of us different.

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