Occupational Therapist

£25783 - £34530 per annum 
Job Type:
Social Care 
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Occupational Therapist
£25,783 – £34,530
Residential Home for adults with Brain Injury, situated between Dudley and Wolverhampton

I am currently recruiting for an Occupational Therapist in the West Midlands to work within a Residential Home for adults with brain Injuries, Degenerative Neurological Disorders and Physical Disabilities. You’ll need to be a Qualified Occupational Therapist and be on the HCPC register.

Key Responsibilities;

  • To work as an autonomous practitioner and provide a flexible and comprehensive Occupational Therapy service to specific clinical areas
  • To promote OT to clients, families and the MDT
  • To carry out day to day supervision of unqualified staff
  • Assess and treat your own designated caseload of clients and maintain your own records
  • Be involved in Clinical Governance and Continuous professional development
  • To carry out assessment and appropriate intervention for clients incorporating personal, Psychological and spiritual needs in relation to self-care, leisure and productivity
  • To assess risks relating to the discharge process to ensure a safe and timely discharge of clients to the most appropriate setting
  • With support from the MDT contribute the differential diagnosis of complex clients through cognitive and functional assessments and determine treatment and intervention through this

The Person

  • You will need to have a minimum of 1 years’ experience of working as a qualified Occupational Therapist
  • You’ll be registered with HCPC
  • You’ll be qualified to degree level in Occupational Therapy
  • You’ll be able to demonstrate strong clinical skills
  • Interested? Click Apply or send your CV to Laura Roberts at Coburg Banks recruitment

0121 362 2318

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