JOIN OUR TEAM

We are always on the lookout for experienced and enthusiastic team members.

Please browse our current job opportunities below.

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to info@RaincoastRehab.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest and time. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Community Occupational Therapist (Vancouver)

Community Occupational Therapist – Vancouver and Lower Mainland

 

Raincoast is seeking a competent, motivated occupational therapist to work as a consultant throughout Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.

 

About Us:

 

Since 1983, we have provided community rehabilitation services to British Columbians. We are a progressive and holistic healthcare company that fosters a deep commitment to improved lifestyle for our clients. We offer a nurturing and flexible work environment and provide competitive remuneration packages, including group health benefits to eligible employees. We invest in our employees to attract and retain the best and we expect the best from our employees as a result.

 

About the Role:

 

You will join a team of professional and devoted staff comprising occupational therapists, psychologists, kinesiologists, and rehabilitation workers. Reporting to the Director of Clinical Services, you will deliver clinical excellence in the following areas:

 

– Provide clinical assessments for both new and existing clients.
– Recommend goals and interventions, based on assessment findings and consultation with team members.
– Create Individualized Rehabilitation Plans (IRPs) for longer term clients, outlining the client’s goals and objectives, and defining proposed techniques and approaches. Revisit IRPs based on the client progress. Interventions will be implemented by either the OT, RWs (under OT supervision) or by referral to other professionals.
– Monitor the installation and use of adaptive aids and/or home modifications.
– Create rehabilitation schedules and assign hours to RWs.
– Provide RWs with weekly supervision through meetings or telephone calls, reviewing RW weekly documentation for quality assurance.
– Author and submit reports on time and document all aspects of client care.
– Attend and participate at office staff meetings.
– Provide input regarding clinical management systems such as data collection
instruments, current file content, documentation systems, etc.
– Additional duties and responsibilities as added/deleted at our discretion.

 

This role requires a high level of independence and autonomy. Our OTs are critically important members of our management team so attention to detail and the highest standards of quality are expected. We provide a flexible work environment with full technological and administrative support.

 

Qualifications:

 

– MOT or equivalent.
– Member in good standing with College of Occupational Therapists of British Columbia.
– Must have access to a vehicle and be in possession of a valid BC driver’s license.
– Valid First Aid and CPR.
– Valid Criminal Record Check
– Exceptional interpersonal and clinical skills.
– Ability to build positive working relationships, both internally and externally.
– Ability to effectively supervise and lead.
– Demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills.
– Business related computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel).

 

We thank all applicants for their interest and time. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Community Occupational Therapist (Vancouver Island)

Community Occupational Therapist – Vancouver Island

 

Raincoast is seeking a competent, motivated occupational therapist to work as a consultant throughout southern and mid- Vancouver Island.

 

About Us:

 

Since 1983, we have provided community rehabilitation services to British Columbians. We are a progressive and holistic healthcare company that fosters a deep commitment to improved lifestyle for our clients. We offer a nurturing and flexible work environment and provide competitive remuneration packages, including group health benefits to eligible employees. We invest in our employees to attract and retain the best and we expect the best from our employees as a result.

 

About the Role:

 

You will join a team of professional and devoted staff comprising occupational therapists, psychologists, kinesiologists, and rehabilitation workers. Reporting to the Director of Clinical Services, you will deliver clinical excellence in the following areas:

 

– Provide clinical assessments for both new and existing clients.
– Recommend goals and interventions, based on assessment findings and consultation with team members.
– Create Individualized Rehabilitation Plans (IRPs) for longer term clients, outlining the client’s goals and objectives, and defining proposed techniques and approaches. Revisit IRPs based on the client progress. Interventions will be implemented by either the OT, RWs (under OT supervision) or by referral to other professionals.
– Monitor the installation and use of adaptive aids and/or home modifications.
– Create rehabilitation schedules and assign hours to RWs.
– Provide RWs with weekly supervision through meetings or telephone calls, reviewing RW weekly documentation for quality assurance.
– Author and submit reports on time and document all aspects of client care.
– Attend and participate at office staff meetings.
– Provide input regarding clinical management systems such as data collection
instruments, current file content, documentation systems, etc.
– Additional duties and responsibilities as added/deleted at our discretion.

 

This role requires a high level of independence and autonomy. Our OTs are critically important members of our management team so attention to detail and the highest standards of quality are expected. We provide a flexible work environment with full technological and administrative support.

 

Qualifications:

 

– MOT or equivalent.
– Member in good standing with College of Occupational Therapists of British Columbia.
– Must have access to a vehicle and be in possession of a valid BC driver’s license.
– Valid First Aid and CPR.
– Valid Criminal Record Check
– Exceptional interpersonal and clinical skills.
– Ability to build positive working relationships, both internally and externally.
– Ability to effectively supervise and lead.
– Demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills.
– Business related computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel).

 

We thank all applicants for their interest and time. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Registered Care Aide/Rehab Worker (Nanaimo)

Registered Care Aide/Rehab Worker – Nanaimo

 

Raincoast is looking for a competent, motivated Care Aide / Rehab Worker to work with a brain injured client in Nanaimo. This posting is for a part-time role but additional hours are available if desired. Preference will be given to applicants experienced working with survivors of brain injuries.

 

About Us:

 

Since 1983, we have provided community rehabilitation services to British Columbians. We are a progressive and holistic healthcare company that fosters a deep commitment to improved lifestyle for our clients. We offer a nurturing and flexible work environment and provide competitive remuneration packages, including group health benefits to eligible employees. We invest in our employees to attract and retain the best and we expect the best from our employees as a result.

 

About the Role:

 

As a member of our team, you will join a team of professional staff comprising occupational therapists, kinesiologists, and psychologists. Each week you will coordinate a compatible session schedule with our House Manager, follow the care plan, keep meticulous notes of each session, and liaise with the supervising RN. Each Care Aide/RA collects and records all necessary information to enable adequate supervision and accountability and input is expected from the Care Aide/RA regarding all aspects of service and care.

 

This role involves a high level of independence and autonomy. Our Care Aides/RAs reflect the face of our company so attention to detail and the highest standards of quality are expected. Hours of work are flexible and accord with the needs of our clients, staff, and funders. Work during evenings or weekends may be required.

 

Qualifications:

 

– Care Aide diploma or equivalent.
– Valid BC driver’s license and vehicle.
– First Aid with CPR certification.
– Criminal Record Check
– Exceptional interpersonal and clinical skills.
– Ability to build positive working relationships, both internally and externally.
– Ability to effectively present information and negotiate with all levels of management.
– Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills.
– Business related computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel).

 

Please include your salary expectations within your cover letter. We thank all applicants for their interest and time. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.