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Community Occupational Therapist

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Community Occupational Therapist – Wellington


  •  Leading Neuro-Rehabilitation Provider
  • Full-time and Part-time opportunities
  • Community and clinic-based


ABI Rehabilitation has an opportunity for an occupational therapist with an interest in brain injury and experience in rehabilitation to join our progressive interdisciplinary community team. 

We are a leader in the field of brain injury rehabilitation and an accredited provider of post-acute, residential, and community based rehabilitation for clients with multi-trauma and traumatic brain injury. There are opportunities to work across a range of ages and injury types.


Our community service provides end-to-end rehabilitation including Concussion Services, Training for Independence, Assessment and Vocational Rehabilitation Services.  We link with our TBI inpatient facility to provide a seamless transition for clients returning to living and working in the community.  We see our client’s at home, workplace, school, and clinic-based settings.  We have a strong client and family/whanau focus.


We are growing our team and we need passionate and skilled OT professionals to join us on our journey. 


Your keys to success:

  • You love being busy while also having a positive impact on people’s lives 
  • Your approach is kind, warm and inquisitive
  • You are resilient and passionate
  • You hold a Bachelor of Health Science in occupational therapy 
  • You have experience working with clients with neurological injuries

Previous experience in pediatrics, community rehabilitation, brain injury rehabilitation, concussion service delivery, or vocational rehabilitation would be favourable but not essential


The role requires you to work autonomously as well as in close coordination with the rehabilitation team. Our IDT includes medical specialists, neuropsychologists and clinical psychologists.  On the job training will be provided by our skilled and supportive team, and we are committed to evidence-based practice, and ongoing support and training.  There are opportunities for contribution to service development including the development of NZ practice guidelines, links to AUT, and opportunities for student supervision.


If this sounds like a great fit for you then we would love to hear from you.

Telephone enquiries can be made to Kristen Clarke, Community Services Manager on 021 896 543

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