Established in 1984, IOH continues to innovate, grow and diversify. It now employs near 100 staff and consultants, providing services to much of NSW. 

The IOH professional teams include doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, rehabilitation counsellors, occupational therapists, psychologists, work health and safety (WHS) professionals, trainers and job placement officers - all supported by highly trained administrative staff and accredited systems & procedures.

Franchising allows experienced and motivated regional operators to share in developmental opportunities and rewards.

IOH LogoWith Service teams focused on Workplace Health, Personal Health and Disability Services, IOH offers a diversified portfolio of opportunities for new candidates.

IOH is committed to the satisfaction of all customers, staff and business partners.

Current Roles

Occupational Therapist - Penrith and Parramatta

IOH Disability ServicesIOH is looking for an Experienced OT to join our growing Allied Health Team servicing NDIS Clients. The role is primarily community based. IOH Disability Services has grown a reputation for high quality services, delivering an interdisciplinary approach to achieving client goals. 

Our drivers for quality have been:
  • Client Centred Approach with the slogan "Your Goals Your Way"
  • Supportive Clinical Supervision
  • Strong Focus on Communication
  • Timely and Cost Effective Solutions for Clients
  • Team Development with Best-practice Evidence-based OT
The role offers:
  • Competitive base salary from $80K base + super + bonus
  • Full or part time working options
  • Lots of variety with a varied caseload
  • Opportunities for growth and development 
  • Based between our Parramatta and Penrith offices

In this role you will:

  • Expand, develop and review programs according to client needs
  • Complete assessments and provide recommendations and reports on assistive technologies and home and car modifications
  • Complete thorough documentation (including planning and delivering client education as required)


    • Full, unrestricted Australian working rights
    • Current AHPRA registration as an OT
    • Min 12 months' experience in clinical or community based OT
    • Driver's licence

    • Specialist skills such as driving, seating, cognitive assessments are highly desirable

    If feel you have the necessary attributes and skills required for this role please send your current resume and cover letter to: