Careers

In Sync Kids is seeking confident, highly motivated and autonomous people to join our ever-expanding, independent practice.

If you are interested and wish to have an informal discussion on any of the positions available,

please email your resume to careers@insynckidsot.com.

Paediatric Occupational Therapist - Full Time or Part Time

Our organisation thrives on our team having a culture which adheres to our mission and values through the team's passion, supportiveness, diversity, positivity and pro-activeness. Your job satisfaction, progress, and welfare are important and without these essential ingredients, we cannot hope to be successful. 

We are passionate about Sensory Integration and Neurodevelopment to enable every child to be a confident, happy, resilient and successful kid. We strive to be industry leaders in providing  a high quality, family centred ASI service to enable positive functional outcomes for our clients and families. 

We are a thriving Brisbane-based practice that is continuously expanding. As a result, we are seeking an exceptional  Paediatric Occupational Therapist (OT) to join our dynamic, multicultural team.

 

Clinical benefits:

  • Peer mentoring and access to senior clinicians with over 20 years of experience.

  • Evidence and research in Ayres Sensory Integration® (ASI) theory.

  • A wide range of sustainable, high-quality Southpaw Enterprises sensory therapy equipment. 

  • An interdisciplinary team including an education specialist, allied health assistants, vision therapist, and speech pathologists.

  • Shared multidisciplinary and observation sessions to learn from each other and establish an integrated treatment approach.

  • A dedicated paediatric fellowship that includes weekly individual supervision, and a structured training program to help develop your skills.

  • Regular staff meetings and interaction with your team to brainstorm ideas.

  • All assessment and therapy resources provided

  • A diverse paediatric caseload.

  • Investment in ongoing professional development.

  • Graduate OTs are welcome to apply

Culture & other benefits:

  • A wonderful, supportive, and fun team who genuinely care for each other.

  • Clinic-based treatment but with flexible working arrangements, allowing staff to work remotely when suitable.

  • Clinics at Rosalie and Chermside next door to shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and public transport.

  • Above award pay rates.

  • Part time and full time employment options.

  • Option to work on Saturday if it suits you.

  • A generous professional development allowance.

  • An excellent medical administration team to support clinicians.

  • Regular team social events.

  • Work/life balance encouraged.

The right candidate will have:

  • A relevant degree in occupational therapy.

  • A keen interest in working with children and their families, as well as teachers and other allied health professionals.

  • A fun, playful, and enthusiastic approach to therapy.

  • A strong interest in professional development and an ongoing willingness to learn.

  • Confident oral and written communication skills.

  • Great organisational skills, time management and computer literacy (supported by administration staff).

  • Their own car and a current driver's license (the role may require preschool and/or school visits).

  • An interest in, or, experience in working with Sensory Processing difficulties.

  • Paediatric experience is desirable but not essential.

Team Leader -  Paediatric Occupational Therapist - Full Time or Part Time

Our organisation thrives on our team having a culture which adheres to our mission and values through the team's passion, supportiveness, diversity, positivity and pro-activeness. Your job satisfaction, progress, and welfare are important and without these essential ingredients, we cannot hope to be successful. 

We are passionate about Sensory Integration and Neurodevelopment to enable every child to be a confident, happy, resilient and successful kid. We strive to be industry leaders in providing  a high quality, family centred ASI service to enable positive functional outcomes for our clients and families.

 

We are a thriving Brisbane-based practice that is continuously expanding. As a result, we are seeking an exceptional Team Leader - Paediatric Occupational Therapist (OT) to join our dynamic, multicultural team.

The Team Leaders assists the Clinical Director and Practice Manager  to provide support to the Clinical Team and ensure the clinical team  can deliver exceptional service to the families. The Team Leader has a key role in helping the leadership team develop  and refine  In  Sync Kids OT  policies and procedures to be able to implement  efficiencies and facilitate service development.  

The Team Leader:

  • Provides clinical leadership and supervision to a small group of early career therapists.

  • Refines the professional development  requirements across the team and assists  with the development  of projects that improve clinical practice, service development and operation improvements.

  • Provides high quality, clinic based occupational therapy services to children and families;

  • Leading by example and supporting a growing a team of therapists.

Clinical benefits:

  • Peer mentoring and access to senior clinicians with over 20 years of experience.

  • Evidence and research in Ayres Sensory Integration® (ASI) theory.

  • A wide range of sustainable, high-quality Southpaw Enterprises sensory therapy equipment. 

  • An interdisciplinary team, including an education specialist, allied health assistants, vision therapist, and speech pathologists.

  • Shared multidisciplinary and observation sessions to learn from each other and establish an integrated treatment approach.

  • A dedicated paediatric fellowship that includes weekly individual supervision and a structured training program to help develop your skills.

  • Regular staff meetings and interaction with your team to brainstorm ideas.

  • All assessment and therapy resources provided

  • A diverse paediatric caseload.

  • Investment in ongoing professional development.

Culture & other benefits:

  • A wonderful, supportive, and fun team who genuinely care for each other.

  • Clinic-based treatment but with flexible working arrangements, allowing staff to work remotely when suitable.

  • Clinics at Rosalie and Chermside next door to shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and public transport.

  • Above award pay rates.

  • Part time and full time employment options - Flexible and shift based working

  • Option to work on Saturday if it suits you.

  • A generous professional development allowance  with 3 days annual leave.

  • An excellent medical administration team to support clinicians.

  • Regular team social events.

  • Work/life balance encouraged.

In Sync Kids OT delivers OT for babies and children. Its team of experienced therapists value early intervention and are striving to help children to live their lives fully. We have a passion for the use of a Sensory Integration-based approach, helping children in their development and supporting parents to encourage their increased functional independence. We have very well equipped sensory spaces with the latest sensory equipment. We assess and treat children between the ages 0-18 with a variety of difficulties. Some of these include Sensory processing, Developmental Delays, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, ADD/ADHD, fine and gross motor difficulties, handwriting problems, school readiness, behaviour and learning difficulties.

Successful applicants must demonstrate:

  •  A keen interest in working with children and their families, as well as teachers and other allied health professionals.

  • Post graduate training, including completion of CLASI Module 1 and 2.

  • Experience in using a Sensory Integration treatment approach and have a interest in completing the ASI certification.Advanced/specialist clinical skills using a variety of treatment approaches.

  •  Further training in NDT, Therapeutic Listening and Wilbarger Therapressure technique would be at a distinct advantage.

  •  A relevant degree in occupational therapy.

  • A fun, playful, and enthusiastic approach to therapy.

  • A strong interest in professional development and an ongoing willingness to learn.

  • Confident oral and written communication skills.

  • Great organisational skills, time management and computer literacy (supported by administration staff).

  • Their own car and a current driver's license (the role may require preschool and/or school visits).

  • A willingness to join in and interact with the existing staff at social functions.

Allied Health OT Assistant

We are currently seeking to employ bright, dynamic, enthusiastic Allied Health OT Assistants who are keen to learn.

 

A qualification in Allied Health Assistance is essential. Alternatively, university students studying a relevant healthcare degree may also apply.

Job Shadowing / Voluntary Work Experience

AT In Sync Kids, we are eager to help those who are passionate about children and Occupational Therapy gain more insight into the private clinic work environment, and the impact that a great OT can have in the life of a child with daily struggles. 

We are open to, and welcome applications for job shadowing. Applicants can email our Director, Carlyn Cooper, on the email listed above. 

Please include the following information in your application.

  • Why you want to be an OT.

  • Why you want to job shadow at In Sync Kids OT.

  • What you wish to gain from the experience.

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