28 Jan 2015
The Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (the National Board) invites applications from experienced practising occupational therapists interested in being included on the National Board’s list of advisors.
The Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (the National Board) invites applications from experienced practising occupational therapists interested in being included on the National Board’s list of advisors, who may be approached on an informal basis to assist the Board in activities such as conducting performance assessments of other practitioners, or providing an opinion in a focused area of practice.
The National Board is seeking applications from registered occupational therapists predominately in the areas listed below, who currently reside in all states and territories:
- Hand therapy
- Work Health and Safety, return to work, functional capacity evaluation
- Adult rehabilitation
- Mental health
- Home modifications, equipment prescription and attendant care / home services assessments
The National Board will however, consider applicants who do not have experience in the above areas.
Appointments are for up to three years, with eligibility for reappointment and are expected to commence in late 2015. Your application will be assessed by a Selection Advisory Panel for appointable positions.
Please be advised that there has been a delay in the recruitment process. Applications are being accepted until further notice.
For more information on the application process, please download the application form below, or for general enquiries please contact Statutory Appointments.
Candidate information pack and application forms
If you have applied for a national board member vacancy on the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia within the past 12 months and wish to be considered for this vacancy please email Statutory Appointments to:
- express your interest in this vacancy, and
- authorise use of the application and supporting documentation that you have previously lodged.
Applications close on Wednesday, 30 September 2015.