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About the job
Location: Atherton, Manchester
Contract: Full Time – 37.5 hours per week Monday – Friday
Salary: £25,000-31,000 per annum dependent on experience
About the Role:
Munro Therapy Services is looking for a full-time Occupational Therapist. We are based in Atherton, but do offer flexible working and some opportunity to work from home.
As this is a community-based role the ability to travel is essential.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic private healthcare practice as a full-time Occupational Therapist. This challenging but rewarding role will involve delivering services to clients with Brain Injury and other complex needs across the North West.
This post is suitable for a newly qualified Occupational Therapist with an interest in Neurology or a qualified OT working.
You will work with your clients to develop client centred goals and evaluate their cognitive, sensory, motor and perceptual skills within their home and community environments to optimise their engagement in meaningful and purposeful occupation.
Following assessment, you will evaluate the impact of any challenges or barriers to participation in activities and problem solve to establish client centred solutions and will work with our team of experienced rehabilitation assistants to implement these.
You will have some experience of carrying out specialist standardised and non standardised assessments within client's home, community and clinic settings.
You will be competent in devising treatment programmes and guidelines for clients, their families and support staff, as well as monitoring and evaluating treatment in order to measure progress and ensure effectiveness of intervention.
Liaising with and acting as part of a variety of Multi disciplinary teams, including legal teams, is an important part of this role so you must be a good communicator.
Likewise, you must be able to communicate effectively with your clients and their family in order to optimise their occupational performance and maximise your therapeutic relationship.
The ability to be able to prepare assessment and progress reports is essential for this role, though training is provided.
- A recognised Occupational Therapy qualification, HCPC-registered.
- A confident, caring and pro-active attitude.
- An excellent team player
- Knowledge of or an interest in Neurology and specifically brain injury.
- Good organisational skills and strong initiative with a commitment to learning and continuing professional development.
- Experience working as an Occupational Therapy assistant or Occupational Therapy student within Neurology.
- Competitive Salary
- Bonus Scheme
- Opportunity for development and growth
- Internal and External training
- Flexible working/ Opportunity to work from home
- Excellent support and team