Bank Level 6 Paediatric Occupational Therapist
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS FT
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The World doesn't need Superheroes, it needs Incredible People! £19.75 / hour (inc. holiday pay) + enhancements
Do you want to support the NHS in these unprecedented times?
Are you passionate about care and looking for flexible working with weekly pay and NHS pension scheme membership?
Do you want the opportunity to work in a large, diverse organisation that promotes values of being Caring, Open, Respectful, Responsible and Inclusive?
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (BCHC) are seeking to recruit enthusiastic Bank Level 6 Paediatric Occupational Therapists with well-developed assessment skills and holistic client - centred practice to join our community team for flexible working opportunities via Temporary Staffing.
- Are you a dynamic, enthusiastic and highly motivated Paediatric Occupational Therapist excited about working in a friendly and innovative team?
- Are you passionate about working with children?
- Do you want to be part of a friendly and supportive Multidisciplinary Team?
- Do you want to work with a range of multicultural communities and be part of an inclusive Trust which is keen to reduce inequalities?
You will work across the whole city of Birmingham, in a range of community settings, including mainstream schools, nurseries, special schools, homes, health centres and children's centres.
Main duties of the job
You will be responsible for the assessment and on-going therapeutic management of children in a designated community area/ clinic and for a clinical caseload, monitoring own, and others workload/ treatment methods, in order to maintain high professional standards
The role is to assess and reassess the needs of the child, analysing and interpreting the information gathered to provide a diagnosis or contribute to the diagnosis and formulate a treatment plan and toprovide care plans to meet goals and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions using appropriate outcome measures and make any necessary modifications
BCHC provide high quality community and specialist services within Birmingham and the West Midlands. We deliver over 100 clinical services, out in people's homes and in over 200 healthcare settings for adults, children, people with learning disabilities, those with rehabilitation needs and also dental services. One of our key objectives is to be 'a great place to work' enabling everyone within the organisation to be the best that they can be'Caring' is at the heart of everything we do; here at BCHC we care for our colleagues and our team!
Take a look at our website to see all that we do for our patients.
- Please ensure you check your Trac account regularly as this is how we will communicate with you during the shortlisting and selection process.
- Please ensure all sections of the application form are completed fully. Please particularly ensure that you provide full details of all referees including business email address, telephone contact details and postal address.
For further information on the role, please see the attached assignment brief
Visit our websitehttps://www.bhamcommunity.nhs.uk/for further details about Birmingham Community Healthcare including our Trust valueswhich are :-
We look forward to receiving your application!
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