Ross Rehabilitation seeks motivated individuals to join the team on a continual basis for the following positions:
Ross Rehabilitation currently has exciting opportunities for Occupational Therapists in the Hamilton, Niagara, Waterloo, Halton, Peel and York regions, as well as the City of Toronto.
Ross Rehabilitation is a boutique occupational therapy practice with a commitment to excellence, integrity and service. Our professionals maintain a disciplined balance of treatment and expert work. We have a very good reputation in our community, have been in business for over twenty years, and enjoy long-term collaborative relationships with our diverse referral base.
Our clients present with complex and catastrophic injuries affecting cognitive, psycho-social and physical performance. Our evidence-based, client-centered treatment programs positively impact on the recovery of our clients’ dignity, independence and function. Our multidisciplinary team of physiotherapists, vocational evaluators, kinesiologists, and rehabilitation therapists collaborate closely with our occupational therapists.
Our firm invests in the growth and development of our professionals through long-term mentoring programs, weekly team case reviews, and individual and firm-wide professional development initiatives. Occupational therapists on our team also enjoy offices in our large west-Hamilton clinic, and remote access to work from home when preferred. Our therapists are recognized for their professionalism, performance, and commitment through the security of a full-time employment position with competitive earnings.
The occupational therapist will join our team of professionals to provide the following:
- Community-based occupational therapy services, including home and accessibility assessments, cognitive assessment and rehabilitation, hospital discharge planning, functional treatment programs, assessments of attendant care needs, and P-GAP programs.
- Vocational rehabilitation services including job-site analyses, ergonomic assessments, and return-to-work programs.
Candidates must have a university degree in Occupational Therapy, be registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario, and have access to a vehicle. Advanced written and verbal communication skills are essential. In addition to experienced professionals, our firm is willing to consider new graduates whom are open to learning and providing support on complex files.
Ross Rehabilitation currently has an exciting opportunity for a Physiotherapist at our west Hamilton clinic.
Ross Rehabilitation is a health care provider-owned, local rehabilitation company celebrating our 20th anniversary. Consistent with our values, we have developed a boutique, high-quality Physiotherapy Service in which PTs provide one-to-one direct care to their patients over the course of 30 to 60 minute treatment sessions. This full-time permanent employment position, with a pre-existing caseload and no weekend hours, provides the security and stability needed for professional development and quality of life. Our interdisciplinary clinic provides opportunity for collaboration with occupational therapists, kinesiologists, registered massage therapists and vocational counselors. Well-established relationships with our diverse and loyal referral base sets the stage for our professionals to focus on client-centred, evidenced-based treatment. Our Physiotherapists work with MVA, EHC and WSIB clients.
Our firm invests in the growth and development of our professionals through individual and firm-wide professional development initiatives, as well as weekly team meetings. Our therapists are recognized for their professionalism, performance and commitment through a generous education fund, competitive earnings and the full support of experienced administrative professionals.
General Requirements: able to work effectively within an interdisciplinary team; strong time management and organizational skills; advanced written and verbal communication skills; effectively able to advocate for patients; community & networking skills; demonstrated commitment to professional growth and development.
Required clinical skills: patient education; exercise prescription; manual therapy; use of objective outcome measures in the course of assessment and treatment; acupuncture; experience with ABI including vestibular disorders and concussion management preferred.
Candidates must have a recognized university degree in Physiotherapy and be registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
To apply for one of these positions, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Ms. Maria Ross, Director
Ross Rehabilitation welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.