Occupational Therapist - Degree

Job Details

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Occupational Therapist
Saskatchewan Health Authority
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Employment Type:
Employment Term:
Full Time
Posting Date:
January 24, 2022
Closing Date:
February 24, 2022 21:30
Hours of Work:
In a 3 week rotation:
Rate of Pay:
$35.131 to $42.958 (5 step range)

Job Description

Reporting to the Regional Manager of Therapies, this position provides a clinical role within the department and is concerned with the rehabilitation of individuals of all ages. The Occupational Therapist completes occupational therapy assessments and treatments according to departmental procedures and established standards of practice and in accordance with the mission statement, goals and objectives of the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Job Qualifications

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree in Occupational Therapy
  • Registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists
  • Valid Saskatchewan Driver�s license

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Demonstrated leadership, communication, decision making, documentation and organizational skills

Other Information
  • External applicants applying to the Saskatchewan Health Authority are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Proof of Vaccination will be required prior to offer of employment.

Additional Information

OTHER KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: - Communication, organizational, leadership, and initiative skills. - Must possess adaptability of character and emotional maturity to deal with a great variety of personalities. - Shall have enthusiasm and a positive approach. - Shall have a genuine interest in people. - Shall be capable of carrying out specified job tasks without direct supervision. 112 hours of work in a 3 week rotation. Shifts (days, evenings, nights) including actual hours, date of commencement and temporary end dates are for informational purpose only and may be subject to change. We offer a Hard to Recruit Incentive and Relocation Assistance of up to $8,000 available for successful applicants of Hard to Recruit positions. A Student Bursary incentive of up to $5,000 is available for students currently enrolled in a program designated to fill a Hard to Recruit position. For more information contact Bursary-incentives@paphr.sk.ca. Each application is reviewed based on organizational needs and available funding. Successful applicant(s) must provide a satisfactory valid Criminal Record Check (which may include a Vulnerable Sector query) before an Offer of Employment is made.
Expected Start Date: February 28, 2022
FTE®: 1.00
This posting will remain Open until Filled.

Organization & Community

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Saskatchewan Health Authority
Prince Albert

Community Description

Prince Albert is the 3rd largest city in Saskatchewan with a population of 39,737. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River, near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Highways 2, 11, 55, 302 and 3 all connect in Prince Albert.<br/><br> Within an hour’s drive, you will enjoy lakes, golf courses, ski trails, great fishing, hunting and other recreational opportunities. There is a vibrant arts community in Prince Albert and an Arts Centre that attracts numerous local and national events. There is sports center with an indoor soccer pitch, walking track, gym, climbing wall and gymnasium. PA is home to the WHL Raiders hockey team which practices and has games at the Art Hauser Centre. There is a gymnastic club, swim team, various dance studios and numerous city/community leagues for the sport enthusiast. There is a ski/snowboard hill and many cross country ski trails (some lite at night) at Little Red, a municipal park just outside of Prince Albert with numerous hiking/biking trails. There is no shortage of things to enjoy and do in and around Prince Albert.<br><br/>