A. JOB PURPOSE
The Manager – Occupational Diseases assess the client in all functional domains, consult with other stakeholders, then design and implement an effective, goal-oriented rehabilitation program, build a rehabilitation team who can support the client’s recovery in their home, community, and workplace as well as assess any suitable re-deployment into an alternative job.
B. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Meet with client at intake, in the hospital prior to discharge, in their home, or on their worksite; utilize specialized occupational therapy knowledge and skills to assess for activities of daily living skills, needs, productivity, and leisure
Research, develop, deliver and supervise implementation of goal-oriented rehabilitation programs, including the full or partial restoration of daily activities and living skills, and leisure and return to work activities for individuals living with occupational injuries/diseases.
Consult with family members and other healthcare professionals involved on the client’s rehab team, as needed, from initial assessment through to discharge.
Provide on-going management and analysis of a client’s progress towards the rehabilitation goals.
Document all relevant clinical data and discharge reports on the timelines required by the Board.
Provide supervision, education, and support to Unregulated Support Personnel, such as Therapy Assistants, according to the needs of the client.
Actively participate in inter-disciplinary meetings to share best practices and generate creative solutions.
Engage in professional development opportunities appropriate to clinical practice in the field of Occupational Therapy.
Ensure that the practice of Occupational Therapy is conducted in accordance with the regulatory bodies
Understand and comply with the legal requirements of licensure, legislation, scope of practice, and policies and procedures of the Board.
Protect the individual’s beliefs and values and the right to confidentiality, privacy, respect and dignity.
C. JOB REQUIREMENTS
Candidates must have the following:
How to Apply
Applications with detailed Curriculum Vitaewith traceable referees, certified copies of all relevant academic and Professional certificates, copy of National Registration Card (NRC) or Passport to support your application with contact details indicating day time telephone/mobile numbers should be submitted to the following address not later than 4th June, 2021.
Please note that you DO NOT need to apply if you don’t meet the minimum job requirements and note also that only successful candidates will be contacted.
Manager – Human Resources and Administration
Workers’ Compensation Fund Control Board
Corner Broadway/Moffat Road
P.O. Box 71534