I'm looking for passionate and experienced individuals to join an incredible team! This role offers a salary range of £38,607 - £45,834 for full-time positions, with part-time options available. Based in Chessington, this permanent, full-time role demands 36 hours per week, though part-time and term-time hours are also up for consideration.
This company have been recognised for their outstanding work with an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted inspection and we're looking for skilled individuals to further elevate their practice and improve outcomes for children. If you're enthusiastic and driven to make a positive impact on children's lives, this could be an ideal fit for you.
About the Role:
We're seeking enthusiastic paediatric occupational therapists to join a growing team. This role presents a fantastic opportunity for personal and professional development in a supportive environment. You'll work across various clinical areas, including special schools, specialist mainstream provisions, and family homes.
As a Specialist Paediatric Occupational Therapist with us, your responsibilities will involve providing assessments, interventions, and advice to children, young people, and families, supporting their development and participation in daily activities and learning.
We have openings in local Special Schools catering to children and young people aged 4 – 25 with severe and complex physical and learning disabilities. Additionally, opportunities are available in our Specialist Resource Provisions, aiding young children with social communication difficulties, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and other neurodevelopmental conditions.
You'll manage a specialised caseload, writing reports for Education Health Care Plans (EHCPs) and multidisciplinary team assessments/reviews. Ensuring the provision of occupational therapy outlined in EHCPs, safeguarding children on your caseload, and collaborating within a multidisciplinary team will also be key aspects of your role.
To excel in this role, you'll need excellent skills in applying the occupational therapy process, strong communication, and organisational abilities. Your drive, energy, and ambition to achieve objectives, along with a genuine passion for improving children's lives, are essential.
Joining this company comes with a range of benefits:
- Positive and supportive work environments
- Healthy work-life balance
- Competitive salaries
- Access to employee benefits and discounts
- Professional reflective supervision
- Robust management,
- Extensive learning and development opportunities
- Fixed start dates for seamless onboarding.
If this opportunity excites you, please send your CV to:
Or call: 07825 393328 for more details.