CS/1602 Occupational Therapist x 2
£33,782 - £37,890

Windsor House Permanent 30 hours per week Grade H (£33,782 to £37,890) pro rata

Occupational Therapist Role Profile

 

Children’s Occupational Therapist Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Services Windsor House, Tavistock Road, Plymouth, PL6 5UF, Permanent 30hrs  H Grade

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for two Occupational Therapist's to become part of a dynamic and forward thinking SEND Occupational Therapy Team.

 

We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals, who are committed to the provision of high quality care and the continuing development of children’s services. Some experience of working with children, young people and their families with complex physical needs & developmental conditions would be preferable, although not essential.

 

We are dedicated in providing a high quality, child centred service and within this post you will work in a variety of settings (including the home, school and nursery), carry a varied caseload working with a range of physical, behavioural, social and emotional presentations that impact upon daily function and care needs. You will carry out specialist assessments; provide intervention, advice and signposting to children and families within the City of Plymouth.

 

Other key responsibilities include:

 

- Management of posture, positioning and seating needs.

- Support with major and minor adaptions.

- Recommendation & provision of specialist equipment.

- Management of manual handling needs and daily living routines.

- Support with housing needs.

 

We are able to offer the support of an experienced and established Occupational Therapy Team; professional mentorship, supervision and structured appraisal systems; access to ‘In Service Training’ and continuing professional development training sessions; integrated and profession specific team meetings.

 

If you are interested in applying and would like to know more, please contact Emma Waines (Occupational Therapy Team Manager) on 01752 305252 or email emma.waines@plymouth.gov.uk

 

This position is not suitable for job share

 

The Disclosure & Barring Service Check requirement for this post is Enhanced Check + DBS Children’s Barred List & DBS Adult’s Barred List (previously known as CRB Check)

 

Closing date: Tuesday 23 May

 

 

Vacancy Description
Windsor House Permanent 30 hours per week Grade H (£33,782 to £37,890) pro rata
 

Occupational Therapist Role Profile

 

Children’s Occupational Therapist Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Services Windsor House, Tavistock Road, Plymouth, PL6 5UF, Permanent 30hrs  H Grade

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for two Occupational Therapist's to become part of a dynamic and forward thinking SEND Occupational Therapy Team.

 

We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals, who are committed to the provision of high quality care and the continuing development of children’s services. Some experience of working with children, young people and their families with complex physical needs & developmental conditions would be preferable, although not essential.

 

We are dedicated in providing a high quality, child centred service and within this post you will work in a variety of settings (including the home, school and nursery), carry a varied caseload working with a range of physical, behavioural, social and emotional presentations that impact upon daily function and care needs. You will carry out specialist assessments; provide intervention, advice and signposting to children and families within the City of Plymouth.

 

Other key responsibilities include:

 

- Management of posture, positioning and seating needs.

- Support with major and minor adaptions.

- Recommendation & provision of specialist equipment.

- Management of manual handling needs and daily living routines.

- Support with housing needs.

 

We are able to offer the support of an experienced and established Occupational Therapy Team; professional mentorship, supervision and structured appraisal systems; access to ‘In Service Training’ and continuing professional development training sessions; integrated and profession specific team meetings.

 

If you are interested in applying and would like to know more, please contact Emma Waines (Occupational Therapy Team Manager) on 01752 305252 or email emma.waines@plymouth.gov.uk

 

This position is not suitable for job share

 

The Disclosure & Barring Service Check requirement for this post is Enhanced Check + DBS Children’s Barred List & DBS Adult’s Barred List (previously known as CRB Check)

 

Closing date: Tuesday 23 May