Whole Child Therapy Ltd. are seeking a dynamic Occupational Therapist to join their passionate and driven team in London and South East London.
This role will provide the right candidate the opportunity to develop their clinical skills to an exceptional level. Participating in intensive and longer term treatment pathways as part of a strong MDT.
We are looking for a creative, energetic and passionate candidate, who wishes to develop their clinical reasoning and treatment skills.
Our OT's are passionate about occupation and the use of occupation as a therapeutic medium and therapeutic goal, so our service is driven to promoting the core concepts of occupation as a therapeutic tool. Our team has access to a wide variety of tools.
WCT are a Social Enterprise, committed to family-centric therapy, working with a variety of schools, charities and families through an interdisciplinary model of practice.
Our mission statement is 'no child left behind'. To date WCT have never turned away a child with clinical need. WCT have funded therapy packages as well as put specific structures in place to meet as many families' financial means as possible.
We are just as committed to our therapists providing good CPD with generous training and supervision budgets. Previous training for the team have included; Dr Lucy Millar's Mentor Programme (USA), SOS feeding, SI Network, Chailey Seating, Therapeutic Listening, in house monthly CPD events, plus regular supervision.
The role would provide you with the opportunity to work directly with children and their families, in both schools and the clinic setting, contributing to in depth therapy programmes with a strong interprofessional team approach. We have robust recording, planning and structuring tools to make sure our standards are excellent.
The role is salaried, provides generous holiday allowance, and lots of opportunity to spend time working with the wider team to develop transprofessional skills, because we know that a happy team is a productive team.
Social Enterprise companies have been described as the way of the future of healthcare so come and be part of this exciting project, where we can really make a meaningful difference to the lives of children and their families.
What we require from you;
- Some experience with Paediatrics is required
- Must be eligible to work in the UK
You can expect to be provided with the full support of our team which includes;
- Clinical Supervision
- Competitive salary, including regular performance and salary reviews.
- 30 days holiday per annum for full time staff (pro rata for part time staff).
- Term time contract available
- A strong investment in training and development
- Training and supervision, where we will provide you with a training budget and support you in your long and short term career plan.