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Clinical Educator- Occupational Therapy,
Posted: 1 Oct 2021
Location: Broome WA
The Clinical Educator – Occupational Therapy is responsible for the provision of the Occupational Therapy component of the Work Readiness Program and provides supervision to Occupational Therapy students completing clinical placements throughout the Kimberley
Part-time (0.8 FTE), Fixed-term until 31 December 2024
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY
Since its inception in 1989, Notre Dame has become a leader in higher education and now has over 12,000 students enrolled across its three main campuses in Broome, Fremantle, and Sydney. Notre Dame is an Australian University which embraces both the modern Australian university tradition and the ancient and esteemed traditions of Catholic universities both in Europe and North America.
The University is especially noteworthy for its role as a leader in the great traditional professional disciplines of Health and Education, long associated with the mission of the Church in Australia. Through its Broome Campus, the University has also assumed a special role in the education of, and service to, the Aboriginal people of North Western Australia.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
Majarlin Kimberley Centre for Remote Health (Majarlin) is a University Department of Rural Health (UDRH) based on the University’s Broome campus. Majarlin’s aim is to contribute to strengthening the allied health and nursing workforce in the Kimberley. This is achieved through student placement, clinician support, teaching and research.
The Clinical Educator – Occupational Therapy is responsible for the provision of the Occupational Therapy component of the Work Readiness Program and provides supervision to Occupational Therapy students completing clinical placements throughout the Kimberley.
- Assist occupational therapy student learning by taking a student-centred approach. This includes providing a patient and supportive environment and manage the student assessments.
- Develop educational activities, resources and learning objectives for students
- Demonstrate of clinical expertise and professional role modelling
- Scope new clinical placement opportunities for occupational therapy students
- Communicate regularly with students’ parent universities and conduct administrative functions connected to student supervision
- Establish service learning placements and delivering learning opportunities
- Develop student activities for school holidays and encourage and assist students to be involved in community activities
- Provide teaching, mentoring, orientation and training sessions as required
- Participate in the development and delivery of Majarlin multi-disciplinary education and support programs and networking opportunities for students and health professionals throughout the Kimberley
- Evaluate student performance consistent with the relevant unit objectives and occupational therapy assessment requirements, including The Student Practice Evaluation Form – Revised (Second Edition) (SPEF-R2©).
- Assist the Majarlin researchers, research projects and resource development
- Carry out activities to maintain and develop scholarship and research expertise relevant to the discipline
- Ensure compliance with Occupational Health and Safety standards and guidelines including identifying, assessing and controlling health and safety risks in the workplace; and
- Other duties as directed by the Director, Academic Lead Allied Health, MKCRH or delegate.
- Supportive of the Objects of Notre Dame as a Catholic University.
- Committed to teaching in the context of the Code of Ethical Standards for Catholic Health and Aged Care Services.
Qualifications & Experience
- Current and unrestricted “C” Class Drivers Licence
- Currently registered Occupational Therapist with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA)
- Minimum of five (5) years post-registration clinical experience
- Experience in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- Experience in providing assessments and intervention in paediatric (early intervention and school aged children) and adult (including aged care) caseloads.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- Excellent time management and interpersonal skills with a high level of initiative and problem-solving abilities
- Able to travel and stay overnight in remote communities if required
- Demonstrates an outstanding level of pastoral care to students and works autonomously whilst still regularly communicating with the team
- Postgraduate qualifications or willingness to undertake further study
- Previous experience in supervising and teaching students
Enquiries about the role:
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How to apply:
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Applications close DATE 31 October 2021
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
The University of Notre Dame Australia seeks to increase the diversity of our workforce to better meet the different needs of the University and its stakeholders and to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our staff.