Occupational Therapist

A fantastic new job opportunity has arisen for a committed Occupational Therapist in an exceptional small hospital based in the Harleston, Norfolk area.

You will be working for one of UK's leading health care providers

This is a community locked rehabilitation hospital for women with a history of offending/challenging behaviour who have learning disability (LD) and other conditions including autistic spectrum disorders, personality disorders and mental illnesses


*To be considered for this position you must hold a degree in Occupational Therapy and registered with the HCPC



As an Occupational Therapist your key responsibilities include:

  • Complete the occupational therapy process with direct or indirect supervision

  • Assume professional accountability and responsibility for a specific aspect of service delivery

  • Implement practices that promote service users' and carers' rights and participation, in line with their choices, and support others to do so

  • Hold a caseload and manage designated workload, identify priorities, manage time and resources effectively under supervision of a more senior Occupational Therapist

  • Complete all necessary clinical documentation in accordance with the company and professional standards

  • Be a source of professional advice relating to Occupational Therapy, to provide advice to individuals in our care, to carers and colleagues as appropriate

The following skills and experience would be preferred and beneficial for the role:

  • Knowledge of the area of specialism; clinical skills in assessment and intervention

  • Ability to organise time effectively, use own initiative and to work under pressure

  • Clear understanding of Occupational therapy and occupational science

  • Understanding of Adult and social learning theories

  • Build therapeutic relationships with complex client group, staff, carers and relevant others

  • Previous work experience within this specialism

The successful Occupational Therapist will receive an excellent salary of £38,000 per annum.

This exciting position is a Full Time role working 37.5 hours a week.

In return for your hard work and commitment you will receive the following generous benefits:

  • Enhanced disclosure cost coverage

  • Comprehensive induction and commitment to ongoing training

  • Enhanced Maternity pay in line with NHS

  • Up to 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays

  • Birthday Holiday - Your Birthday as an extra day's annual leave

  • Online benefits and cash back rewards

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • Just drive scheme

  • SMART Pension option

Reference ID: 6307

To apply for this fantastic job role, please call on 0121 638 0567 or send your CV

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