Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

We're hiring Occupational Therapists

Occupational therapists are an integral part of the health care team providing assessments, consultations, treatment, and education to clients and their families.

These services, sometimes referred to as rehabilitation therapy, have two main goals: to help clients restore, improve or maintain their physical capabilities, and to ensure the environment is organized to make daily tasks easier and safer. 

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Join our team as an Occupational Therapist

Diverse opportunities and flexible work options are available. We have positive and caring work environments where you will feel like you are part of a family. 

Bring your career and passion for occupational therapy to Fraser Health. 


New Graduates

Fraser Health offers a New Graduate Transition Program designed to help new graduates of their health program gain confidence, knowledge and competence as they become established in their new careers.

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“I love working with people on everyday goals to enable them to engage in their homes and communities in the ways that they want or need to.”
Occupational Therapist
“Making a difference in improving a client’s daily life through occupational therapy is something I am passionate about in my career.”
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“Working at Fraser Health, I have gained and improved my skills in providing assessments and interventions with neurological patients.”
Occupational Therapist
“As a new grad, I feel fully supported in my role. Everyone is welcoming and happy to support me as I continue to learn and take on new tasks.”
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“I love the continuous opportunities that allow me to learn and improve my practice.”
Occupational Therapist
I love that my job allows me to meet my clients where they are at in their recovery.
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Hear what the team has to say about their experience working and/or living in the Fraser Health  region and Lower Mainland areas

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Relocating from outside of British Columbia?

You may be eligible for relocation assistance.

Relocation assistance is generally offered to employees who are hired into regular, difficult-to-fill nursing and allied health positions. 

*Eligibility and some conditions apply.*