Occupational therapist for Child and Adolescent Rehabilitation, Sunderby Hospital
Luleå, Sverige
Type of Employment Full-time
Job position Occupational therapist
Work model On location
Are you the one?

Welcome to us at the child and youth habilitation! You will come to a pleasant workplace where you get to work in one of our teams. In addition to working in teams, you will collaborate with the other occupational therapists on the habilitation. We who work here feel that we have an important and stimulating mission. Welcome to a workplace where we work together and where you can make a difference.

We are looking for
We are looking for you who are a licensed occupational therapist. It is advantageous if you have experience working with children.

We place great importance on personal characteristics. You are flexible and can easily adapt to changing circumstances and see opportunities in changes. You are structured and plan, organize and prioritize work effectively. You also have the ability to cooperate and value and see the benefit of cooperation with others and are responsive and can adapt to others.

You get to work with this
As an occupational therapist, you work with children and young people aged 0-18 who have a permanent disability. All efforts are planned together with the child and his parents and take place both in groups and individually. We work both independently and in teams. Your tasks will, among other things, consist of:
- Map activity skills and teach strategies to make everyday life easier
- Assess the need for, prescribe, try out, adjust and follow up on individually adapted aids
- Provide information, guidance and consultation to patients, relatives and staff
- Collaborate with other actors around the child/youth and its network.

This is what we offer you
- You will get to work with experienced colleagues
- Development and career opportunities where you get to be part of creating the health and care of the future
- Health-promoting workplaces with access to wellness activities and wellness grants
- Link to our benefits: https://www.norrbotten.se/sv/jobba-hos-oss/anstallningsvillor-och-utveckling/

Information about the service
Full-time temporary position up to and including 2025-06-30 with the possibility of extension. Working hours are daytime, weekdays with the possibility of flextime. Access by agreement. Selection and interviews take place continuously and the position can be filled before the application deadline.

Region Norrbotten applies individual wage setting according to collective agreements.

We apply a register check before a decision on employment in accordance with the provisions of the Act (2013:852) on the register check of persons who must work with children.

We work to have employees with knowledge of Sweden's minority languages ​​and therefore value your knowledge of Sami, Meänkieli, Finnish, Romani Chib and Yiddish. We work actively for an even gender distribution and see diversity as a strength. We welcome employees with different backgrounds and work to ensure that our workplace is accessible to everyone.

Welcome with your application!

Why you should work with us!

In Norrbotten, we work day and night, all year round, for you.

Region Norrbotten is one of the county’s biggest employers, with around 6,500 staff. Health care and dental care form the bulk of our operations, but we also work with regional development and culture. You’ll find our hospitals, health centres and clinics from the beaches of the coast to the tops of our mountains.

There are many exciting jobs across Norrbotten for those who want meaningful work with good competence development opportunities. You can grow, both professionally and as a person.

Application due date 2024-06-02
About the employer
Region Norrbotten is one of the county’s biggest employers, with around 6,500 staff. Health care and dental care form the bulk of our operations, but we also work with regional development and culture. You’ll find our hospitals, health centres and clinics from the beaches of the coast to the tops of our mountains.
www.norrbotten.se