Rural Health West is dedicated to ensuring that rural and remote towns throughout Western Australia (WA) have access to quality occupational therapy services.
Occupational Therapy jobs
in Western Australia
In order to provide this level of care, our team offers recruitment services and programs that present exciting job opportunities for occupational therapists (OTs). We have a range of varied, interesting occupational therapy jobs available across rural WA, from the south west to the northern parts of the State.
An occupational therapy job in a rural or regional community is ideal for anyone looking to improve their work-life balance. Whether you are keen to kick-start your OT career, take on a supervisory position, take the next step towards practice ownership or get more hands-on with your role, it’s Rural Health West’s commitment to support your professional growth and the health and wellbeing of rural communities across WA.
Working in rural health is highly rewarding and offers a great range of benefits and advantages. When choosing one of our jobs in occupational therapy, you’ll get the chance to practise integrated care, work across the full breadth of your professional scope and build long-lasting relationships in a tight-knit community who values your work. Working in a regional or rural area also means enjoying a more active, outdoorsy lifestyle, getting you closer to the beauty of the natural WA landscape.
What do you want to do?
Apply for an Occupational Therapist job anywhere in Western Australia!
Whether you’re new starters or seasoned occupational therapists, Rural Health West is committed to finding you a job in the right location and at the right practice. Our experienced team recruit for occupational therapy jobs across WA, from Albany in the southern part of the State, to Margaret River and Dunsborough in the south west, all the way to the northern parts of the State, such as Kununurra, Broome and Karratha.
Check out what others say about working in rural health!
”I enjoy providing a hand therapy service to residents in the South West that meets world-class standards. The increasing demand for availability of rural allied health services to country residents requires consistent professional development to be up-to-date to deliver exceptional therapy. Patients appreciate a local service to avoid the travel and lost income a trip to Perth incurs.Jeannie DavisBusselton, South West
”I knew I wanted to move back home after studying in Perth. A position with PATCHES Therapy Services opened up through Rural Health West. Working for PATCHES has broadened my scope of practice in a range of areas. I also love the close-knit bond you form with colleagues. As a new OT grad, their support has been invaluable and allowed me to develop my skills and confidence.Ellouise ClarkBroome, Kimberley