TBI Health Group Ltd.

  • Posted: 13 Feb 2024
  • Location: New Plymouth
  • Work Type: Full Time
  • Classification: Healthcare
TBI Health was created with a simple idea: to help people with pain, illness, or injury. TBI Health has come a long way since it began its journey in 2001, from 2016 we partnered with Southern Cross & together we are passionate about ensuring our clients get the right help, at the right time, to get them back on track & living meaningful lives.

We are known to offer an attractive work environment to support staff wellbeing and growth. Our current focus is to continue our work on introducing new services for our staff to become involved in and ultimately, help enhance their careers.

It is also important to TBI Health to continue having an equity focused workplace culture where staff feel supported, enriched, & valued. As a NZ owned company, we position ourselves as a Te Tiriti partner and have an ongoing commitment to health equity for Māori. Join us on this transformational journey of delivering tailored and quality healthcare service which meets the needs of our diverse Aotearoa.

About the mahi (role)

Are you an experienced clinician or looking to develop your skills in the vocational and community area? Then we want to hear from you!

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Occupational Therapist to join our fun and exciting team.

In this role, you will be supported by the Clinic Manager and will be a key member of our strong team. We are a close-knit and hard-working group who enjoy regular social events and have a passion for the outdoors.

You will be able to manage your diary autonomously to help achieve a good work/life balance. You will have the flexibility to work from home or the New Plymouth clinic.

With extensive training and mentoring depending on experience, the successful candidate will be required to provide a wide variety of different contracts. We are open to receiving applications from all experience levels.

This role would cover providing rehabilitation for injured clients, coordinating the client journey, facilitating return to work, and supporting rehabilitation in the home and community. There is an opportunity for you to grow and develop your skills in areas that interest you! Being a national organisation, we have the opportunities to grow and develop across the company.

If you’d like to be part of a company that live by their values and cares for their people and clients, then look no further! We might have the job for you.

About you

The applicant requires a minimum of 2-years of clinical experience, however, Occupational therapists of all experience levels are encouraged to apply. A post-graduate qualification in the occupational health/vocational rehabilitation field would be an advantage to the applicant however not essential. It is expected that the successful applicant would be willing to work towards a post-graduate qualification.

Substantial orientation, training and support will be provided.

To be successful in this role you will have:

A genuine interest in the area of vocational rehabilitation and community services
A strong work ethic
A positive, can-do attitude
A desire to achieve clinical excellence
Very good organisational and communication skills
Ability to manage your time and workload efficiently
An ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team
A commitment to professional development
A current practicing certificate to work in New Zealand, Professional Body Membership, Indemnity Insurance
Full clean drivers licence
Benefits of joining TBI Health

The TBI Health New Plymouth team is a multi-skilled team with experienced physiotherapists, psychologists, orthopaedic surgeons, hand therapists and many more.

For your shared passion and commitment to TBI Health and its goals, we have the following on offer for you:

Competitive Salary + Bonuses
APC, Professional Membership, and Indemnity Insurance are reimbursed
Inclusive culture which embraces and celebrates diversity of its people
Attend several training sessions during the year focused on teaching how to incorporate Māori tikanga in their roles appropriately
Subsidised health insurance with Southern Cross Insurance (working 20 or more hours)
Annual contribution to your career development and further qualifications
Flexible work hours.
There is opportunity to grow into supervision, training, quality or management roles.
Regular in-house training available.
Birthday leave (must be working 20 or more hours to qualify)
Annual wellbeing allowance - currently valued at $250 (must be employed for 20 or more hours to qualify).
How to apply

Applications close 12th March 2024.

Please include a covering letter with your application. All correspondence will be kept strictly confidential. All applications must be submitted via the online process. Applications received directly via email will not be considered for shortlisting.

We welcome applications from a diverse range of candidates who meet the skills and qualifications criteria for the advertised role. Should you be successful in your application, we will contact you to organise an interview. At that time, you will have an opportunity to inform us of any cultural or any other diversity needs you may have so we can support you appropriately during the interview process.

Please contact Paul Randall for further information or a coffee and a chat about the role on 027 557 6464 or email [email protected]

Please note: We will screen applications and invite suitable applicants for interviews before the advertised closing date. It is, therefore, likely that we may fill the role before the closing date. So, if you feel that our job advert is that unique work opportunity you have been looking for, please contact us as soon as possible to express interest in the role.