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Indigo employs more than 100 skilled and professional staff from the fields of occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech pathology, administration, human resources, IT, marketing and finance.

Each of our dedicated staff members form an integral part of our team, which keeps customers at the heart of everything we do.

For health professionals, working at Indigo offers opportunities to use their technical skills to add value to people’s lives with the potential to work across different areas of the organisation including assistive technology, home modifications, driver assessments and more.


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Occupational Therapist (OT)

  • Part time position, with hours to be negotiated 
  • Commencing: ASAP
  • Location - Albany / Great Southern region
  • OT role in CHSP Allied Health.

Indigo is a leading provider of information, advice, assessment, training, funding and hire services that enable Western Australians of all ages and abilities to live more independent and fulfilling lives. Our purpose is greater independence and inclusion for all through allied health and assistive technology solutions.

Indigo is funded by the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) to provide allied health home care support in the Great Southern region to CHSP eligible clients. Our allied health professionals provide people with short-term occupational therapy services with a focus on regaining or maintaining their physical, functional and cognitive abilities, which support their safety and maximise their independence and quality of life.

This position will work within the Indigo CHSP Allied Health Service, providing a high quality service including assistive technology/home modifications assessment and prescription  to people who have been referred for CHSP allied health services.  In the future, there may also be potential to deliver services to clients across the life span, in addition to CHSP clients. 

This flexible and varied role will include:

  • Delivery of specialised clinical assessment and prescription of assistive technology and home modifications that support individuals and their families/carers to retain/optimise functional capacity, maximise quality of life and engage with community and social activities.
  • Undertaking of person-centred assessments that identify the customers' functional capacity, strengths and lifestyle goals and develop a holistic, individualised person-centred therapy plan in partnership with the customer and their carer.
  • Preparation of professional reports and equipment funding applications, providing clinical reasoning and recommendations on assistive technology and related therapy services.

The opportunity to be part of a diverse and highly motivated team of allied health professionals with ongoing support from head office, flexible hours, competitive salary, based in the great southern region and the opportunity to make a difference to peoples’ lives and independence


The successful candidate will be a dynamic and innovative occupational therapist, with a minimum of two years experience. .  They will have understanding of the needs of a wide range of people with disabilities from children to the elderly particularly in the areas of assistive technology and environmental design. They will have a demonstrated high level of clinical expertise in assistive technology and home modifications assessment and prescription. Demonstrated high levels of communication, problem-solving and initiative are essential, as are time management skills.  The role will be based and provide services to the Great Southern region.

Register your interest today by emailing your resume and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria (in no more than two pages) to

We encourage you to contact Lynda Quigley, Allied Health Manager: or 08 9381 0638 to discuss the specifics of the position.

For a copy of the Position Description email:

Only those with the right to live and work in Australia need apply. 
  • No agency applications at this time.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.



Meet the Team

Hear about what it's like to work at Indigo from our experienced, professional people, in their own words:

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Andrew, Team Lead, Indigo Driving Service

I really like assisting people with a physical, medical condition or disability to return to driving with vehicle modifications. I love being able to help people to continue to drive and maintain independence in their life, when they may have thought it was not possible. A diagnosis does not necessarily mean cessation of driving. Whilst maintaining a drivers’ licence is not possible for all, it brings me joy to see people to continue to drive and live an independent life when safe to do so.  



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Christa, General Manager - Service Delivery, Assistive Equipment Service

It’s a dynamic role which allows me to use my problem solving abilities and meet different challenges together with the Executive Team...No two days are alike. My focus is to ensure that we are delivering a cost effective and high-quality service for all our customers, specifically tailored to their individual requirements. Read more about Christa under Our People.




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Martin, Customer Service Officer, Experience Hub

What's not to like? Learning about all the new assistive technology is a real plus, but for me, It's also about working in an environment that is there to help. Indigo's Customer Service Officers support people with low level assistive technology requirements, working together with our health professionals, including occupational therapists, speech pathologists and physiotherapists.




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Anna, Occupational Therapist, Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) Home Modification Services

Indigo has a lovely work culture, training opportunities and support. It has been exciting to see the organisation grow. I love the fact that we are supporting people over the age of 65 to remain in their own homes safe and independent and out of aged care facilities.