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Orthotic Clinician Graduate Positions
As the Orthotic Clinician Graduate, you will report to the Manager of Assistive Technology under the direction of Certified Clinician, you will participate as a learning member of the clinical health team providing orthotic care to both inpatients and outpatients, as well as learning to support the evaluation, treatment planning, individualized design, custom fabrication, implementation, and maintenance of orthoses to enhance patient mobility and/or physical function. Learners are expected to work collaboratively with the inter-professional health care team and others and to assist the patient in achieving their orthotic goals.
Please Note: This opportunity only applies to graduates from an accredited education program recognized by Orthotics Prosthetics Canada. Only graduates who have not challenged the Orthotics Prosthetics Canada Orthotic Clinical Certification exam should apply. The Residency provides the graduate the opportunity to work towards the 3450 clinical hours required to challenge their licensing exam. Learners must practice under the supervision of a certified clinician until licensure is obtained. Individuals with demonstrated equivalent job experience who plan to challenge the OPC exam in Orthotics may be considered. Graduates are solely responsible to complete any application processes required by Orthotics Prosthetics Canada (OPC) for the Residency Program and to assume any associated costs, including any OPC membership fees.
The position has a salary range of $30.08 - $32.09 per hour.
To apply, please visit our website to view the full posting: https://jobs.nshealth.ca/job-invite/132450/.