Band 6 Occupational Therapist (Rehabilitation Rotation)
Are you looking to develop your adult and paediatric Occupational Therapy skills across specialist community and inpatient rehabilitation settings? This exciting rotational post is based in community settings within the inner London boroughs of Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham. The role offers excellent opportunities to work within specialist multi-disciplinary teams delivering high quality and client centred evidence based rehabilitation.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our established band 6 rotation across the following specialist settings: Community Neuro rehabilitation, Children and young people, Bedded rehabilitation and Falls prevention. You will have an opportunity to develop your Occupational Therapy practice and deliver evidence based rehabilitation for clients in a variety of settings including; client’s own homes, clinics, community facilities and an inpatientrehabilitation unit. Each rotation is supervised by a specialist Occupational Therapist with oversight and support from a Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist throughout the rotation.
CLCH and the CLCH Academy offers a variety of learning and development opportunities for clinical staff and is committed to supporting continuous professional development of their workforce including regular in-services and CPD opportunities.
It is essential that you have current HCPC registration and recognised qualifications as an Occupational Therapist. You should have a minimum of two years’ post qualification experience working with people with physical disability, long term conditions and cognitive impairment. Experience working with stroke or people with a neurological condition is also preferred. You should be able to clearly demonstrate specialist assessment and treatment skills, patient-centred goal setting, falls management and complex discharge planning. Experience should include working in multi-professional teams and across a range of different agencies to achieve the optimum outcome for service users.
We are looking for a candidate with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a positive and innovative approach to service development and a commitment to multi-disciplinary team working. You will also have the ability to support and develop more junior staff and the responsibility to deliver training and use all relevant research and audit data to ensure the service meets the evidence base requirements.
If you have these skills, why not join CLCH?