Band 3/4 Occupational Therapy Assistant

Hunter AHP & Mental Health
Bedfordshire, UK
Closing date
5 Feb 2021

Job Details

Here at Hunter AHP we have an opportunity for a Band 3/4 Occupational Therapy Assistant to carry out an inpatient role. My client is looking for someone to start ASAP and this contract is ongoing.

This role is for a full time (part time considered) Occupational Therapy Assistant with previous Acute or Rehab experience. This position will be located in Bedfordshire.

Details of the OTA Band 3/4 role are:
  • Band 3/4
  • Start ASAP
  • £11-£14ph
  • Acute or Rehab OTA Experience

If you are interested in this vacancy please contact Charlie Brooks at Hunter AHP today on to find out more about this role.

Not available for this position? Recommend a friend or colleague! We operate a simple and transparent scheme - we pay you £250 for a successful placement (qualifying period applies).

Why work with Hunter AHP?
  • Join the community: be part of a network of like-minded, conscientious locums with shared values for patients and clients.
  • Represented by experienced AHP sector experts, we listen, understand your needs and represent you professionally.
  • Quick & simple online registration.
  • A long-term relationship based on trust and understanding.
  • Access to the very best requirements nationwide.
  • As part of the Hunter AHP network, you will be appropriately marketed, in a consultative manner, taking the burden of business development away from you.
  • Weekly payments you can trust, Hunter AHP is part of the Hunter/Gatherer Group of Companies.
  • Market knowledge, advice and knowledge sharing on market trends and opportunities.
  • Customer service, it's a simple philosophy but one we are passionate about.

Band 3/4 Occupational Therapy Assistant

This is a role for a Band 3/4 OTA looking for work in Bedfordshire and would be advantageous if they had experience in Acute OTA work.

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