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Are you an experienced OT ready to move into a leadership role?
Active+ Waikato has a vacancy for an OT manager based in the Waikato - ideally in Hamilton.
Contact Janet Steffert at
[email protected] for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Linda Janet Robertson for receiving the honour of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for her services to occupational therapy (whakaora ngangahau).
Linda served as an inspiration to our profession, and we wish her all the best in her celebrations! ... See MoreSee Less
Kua tae mai te wā. The time has come.
Tēnā hoki ngā mihi ki a Catherine Delahunty, who led our councilors through an incredible workshop on the tenets and application of Te Tiriti of Waitangi. In line with Te Tiriti o Waitangi, OTNZ-WNA celebrates and affirms our tangata whenua as a sovereign people. OTNZ-WNA is committed to working with Māori for indigenous-led health outcomes in the Tiriti spirit of partnership.
Isla Whittington - (WFOT Delegate)
Penny Ngaheu - Co-opted President Tangata Whenua
Gilbert Azuela - President Tangata Te Tiriti
Catherine Delahunty - workshop presenter
Dawn Mako ... See MoreSee Less
Catherine was everything we hoped she would be, and led us though some deep thinking and reflection. An amazing opportunity to develop our understanding of the role of tangata tiriti in working to reduce inequity. Being on council isnt easy, but certainly provides some incredible growth opportunities. What a courageous group of people!
This is fantastic. Thanks for your dedication & mahi. I feel we are in good hands 🤲🏼
Awesome mahi Thank you Council for stepping up to grow, learn, lead and guide on this journey
It would be great to have a webinar or workshop on this and application in OT businesses/service delivery for the association members
Happy June everyone!
Remember, June is the last month that earlybird deals are available on membership renewal.
Renew your annual membership now and save! ... See MoreSee Less
Interested in making a difference as a community OT on beautiful Waiheke island?
The Waiheke Health Trust is looking for a talented OT to join their team on a permanent, fulltime basis.
Contact Julie Cairns to learn more and apply for this wonderful role:
[email protected] ... See MoreSee Less
Are you an hand therapist?
Hand Rehab is on the hunt for talented professionals to work in the Wellington region, and is offering attractive rates and relocation assistance for the right candidate(s).
Find out more here: bit.ly/HandCareers ... See MoreSee Less
Got experience in concussion therapy?
This job opportunity at QE Health might be for you:
www.otnz.co.nz/vacancies/ot-concussion-treatment-experience-2/ ... See MoreSee Less