Occupational Therapist

Job description

  • Develop treatment plans and provide occupational therapy to infants, children and/or adolescents with but not limited to:
  •  Fine/Gross motor delays,
  • Delays in activities of daily living,
  • Sensory difficulties,
  • Planning and organization difficulties,
  • Visual-Perceptual difficulties
  • Learning difficulties
  • Poor social and play skills
  •  Hyperactivity and/or
  • Inattention problems


  • Assessment of functional and developmental challenges in children
  • Effectively write OT assessment reports
  • Use of wide range of therapy techniques to increase a child’s function and independence in the home and classroom
  • Caregiver training and support
  • Facilitating groups and develop IEPs related to OT services in CDC Early Intervention Program
  • Maintain files and records for the purpose of documenting activities
  • Maintain inventory of equipment and resources and, to keep supplies in a clean and usable condition
  • Participate in quality improvement projects and develop new therapy programs

Job requirement

  • Minimum Degree in Occupational Therapy
  • Holds a valid practicing certificate with Allied Health Professions Council·
  • Advantage: Experience in Paediatric Population
  • Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills
  • Able to work in team and independently
  • Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills
  • A resourceful person and team player
  • Committed to stay competent and up-to-date with current practices

Working Hours

  • 44 Hours/ Week (Including 1 full Saturday)