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Specialist Children and Adult’s Occupational Therapist
Are you an experienced Occupational Therapist with a passion for working with children and adults? We are seeking a Specialist Children and Adult’s Occupational Therapist. This position offers flexibility in hours, starting at 22.5 hours up to full, and an option to work during term time only.
As a Specialist Children and Adult’s Occupational Therapist, you will work with direct and indirect support from a Highly Specialist Occupational Therapist. In addition to managing your own caseload and diary, you will play a vital role in supervising newly qualified Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, and Student Occupational Therapists.
- Preparing professional reports and providing feedback to parents after completing assessments to discuss outcomes and recommendations.
- Collaborating with the Local Authority or Case Management to support clients with assessments and intervention programs.
- Developing and implementing intervention plans for children with handwriting, coordination, fine and gross motor, concentration, and sensory difficulties.
- Liaising with SENCOs, Teachers, and Parents to provide effective support.
- Maintaining accurate and up-to-date clinical records for all clients, ensuring written consent is obtained before commencing OT involvement.
- Delegating suitable tasks to an Occupational Therapy Assistant.
Continuing Professional Development:
Work in a valued, professionally growing company and encourage team members to actively engage in continuing professional development. As a Specialist Children and Adult’s Occupational Therapist, you will be expected to:
- Demonstrate evidence of post-graduate training engagement.
- Participate in regular clinical supervision with your clinical supervisor, with the option of seeking informal supervision as well.
- Pursue training/education opportunities that align with your role and appraisal goals.
- Stay updated on the latest research and evidence to inform intervention planning and delivery.
- Engage in reflective practice to evaluate progress.
- Take part in the appraisal process and fulfil set goals.
To thrive in this role, you must be HCPC registered. Team members are to adhere to the guidelines set out by organisational and professional bodies. Compliance with mandatory training requirements and contributing to service developments are also part of the role.
- Excellent supervision structure for new starters and existing staff.
- Company benefits, including free onsite parking and healthcare.
- An ambitious and supportive team with diverse expertise.
- Regular in-service training days for professional development.
- Allocated CPD time upon request.
- Paid Christmas shutdown, inclusive of 30 days annual leave.
- Free onsite refreshments.
- Exciting TTO and part-time opportunities.
Don’t miss this opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of children and adults in our community. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07825 393328. I look forward to hearing from you.