Posted September 1, 2022
Job title: Occupational Therapist
Band: Band 6/7
Specialty: Community Stroke Rehab
Hours: Full-Time | Monday to Friday | 09:00 – 17:00, Part Time would also be considered
Athona are currently recruiting for a Senior Occupational Therapist to work within the Community Stroke Rehabilitation Team of an NHS Trust.
Responsibilities of the role include
- Performing comprehensive occupational therapy assessment of patients with diverse presentations and complex physical and psychological conditions, following a stroke.
- To use this assessment to provide a clinical diagnosis and develop and deliver an individualised treatment program.
- With support and guidance from more senior staff, to undertake evidence-based audit and or research projects to further own and teams clinical practice.
In order to be considered for this post applicants will need:
- HCPC registration
- Stroke rehab experience
- recent NHS experience
- enhanced DBS
- right to work in the UK
Athona is one of the UKs leading on-framework healthcare recruitment agencies, with a reputation for building professional and personable relationships with our candidates and Trusts nationwide. After almost two decades in the business, we pride ourselves on taking great care and detail in every candidate that we place, and we believe that there is an art to being a good recruiter. This is what we call ‘The Art of Recruitment.’
- Negotiable excellent rates of pay, with weekly payroll
- One point of contact and 24/7 out of hours support available
- We’re CPD accredited
- Industry-leading revalidation and appraisal support team
- Benefit from our exclusive discount codes
- Referral scheme – receive up to £150 for every allied health professional recommendation
If this job sounds of interest to you, get in touch by applying today to find out more.
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