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Occupational Therapist - Adult - Community

Job Type:
Temporary
Sector:
Learning Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Community
Seniority:
Occupational Therapist
Region:
North West
Location:
Sefton
Salary:
£28 per hour
Posted:
01/04/2019
Job Ref:
BAU-89329

Occupational Therapist - Adult - Community - Sefton - £24 - £28 per hour

We are currently looking for an Occupational Therapist to join an Adults Disabilities and Community team in Sefton. The role encompasses the assessment of service users with a disability to undertake and review assessments in consultation with other health professionals.

This post is for a qualified and experienced community based Occupational Therapist to provide holistic assessment to clients with a disability or their careers, using a therapeutic approach to restore daily living skills and maximise levels of function and independence within this client group. The provision of advice, adaptation or equipment, as appropriate to meet the needs of that client or carer. Adhere to the Performance Management framework within the Directorate.

We are keen to hear from applications with post qualified experience and those who have experience of providing aid and rehabilitation for clients with a disability.

Benefits of this Occupational Therapist role:

  • Excellent Pay Rates  
  • Great working Hours
  • Joining a collaborative and friendly multidisciplinary team
  • "Refer a Friend" bonus - get £200 for each Occupational Therapist you refer who we successfully place 
  • Your own dedicated personal recruitment advisor with extensive sector knowledge

Role responsibilities as an Occupational Therapist:

  • To directly manage in accordance with department procedures a caseload of service users as allocated by the OT Team Manager.
  • To visit people with substantial disabilities in their own homes and carry out needs led assessments and reviews of their functional needs and environmental difficulties, taking into account the needs of carers and other family members.
  • To arrange for the provision of equipment and minor adaptations that will meet the service users needs and give instructions on use of the equipment to both user and carers.
  • To prepare and revise care plans in accordance with departmental procedures.
  • To make referrals as appropriate for carers assessments and to other specialist agencies both in-house and externally.
  • To assess for and make written recommendations to the housing department to support service users' applications for Disabled Facilities Grants, housing adaptations and re-housing needs.
  • To make written recommendations to Housing Associations for adaptations.
  • To work with surveyors from housing departments, housing associations and external Architects to design major adaptations and monitor the adaptation installation to ensure that the works meet service users needs.
  • To keep accurate records and case notes of all work carried out, using the department's policy, procedure and standards on case work recording.
  • To ensure confidentiality of service users' information.
  • To ensure that all Health& Safety requirements are met throughout the implementation of any work plan.
  • To produce reports on the functional needs of service users where appropriate e.g  for re-housing, employment.
  • To respond to and where possible to resolve complaints within the Borough's complaint procedure.
  • To work with other statutory agencies and voluntary and private sector to facilitate an effective service delivery.
  • To access appropriate assistance where language difficulties present problems in care management.
  • To advise OT Team Manager about any trends or emergency issues that may impact upon the delivery of service. 

The successful Occupational Therapist will have experience of:

  • Basic awareness of safeguarding
  • Writing reports and reviewing ongoing treatment
  • Managing a caseload and prioritising needs
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation appropriate to disability services
  • Able to work independently

The successful Occupational Therapist must have:

  • HCPC registration
  • The legal right to work in the UK
  • Post qualified experience in a similar setting

Why Liquid Personnel?

  • Free DBS and compliance service
  • Access to exclusive roles that aren't available from other agencies
  • Your own dedicated consultant with extensive sector knowledge
  • Access to a wide selection of Allied Health positions across the UK
  • Networking opportunities at numerous candidate events
  • Personalised job alerts tailored to your requirements
  • "Refer a Friend" bonus - get £200 for each worker you refer who we successfully place
  • "Find your own job" bonus - get £200 for bringing your own position to us
  • Twice weekly payroll

Liquid Healthcare and Liquid HC is the healthcare division of Liquid Personnel Ltd.

Liquid Personnel is an equal opportunities employer. Liquid Personnel Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy

For more information please email ahpapplications@liquidpersonnel.com

Contact Details:
Tel: 0161 235 6855
Contact: Ben Ault

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