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Careers at The OT Practice

The OT Practice is growing and we are always on the look out for people to join our office-based team on a permanent basis as well as therapists who would like to join our network of associates.

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Current vacancies

We have the following open positions for permanent employees.

  • Financial Controller

    Role type

    Office based, full time, permanent

    Salary

    Competitive

    Due to continued business growth we are recruiting a full time in house Financial Controller. Despite having well structured and streamlined processes in place with a high level of automation, The OT Practice has reached a size where a dedicated in house Financial Controller is required to manage all aspects of our finances. Reporting to the Operations Director, you will have responsibility for all day to day bookkeeping and accounting activities as well as continually evolving and implementing our processes to be as rigorous and efficient as possible. This role includes a broad range of activities including hands on bookkeeping through to complex accounting tasks and working closely with the company directors on the more strategic aspects financial management. Broad accounting knowledge and experience is essential for this role. This will need to be combined with an attention to detail and confidence to fully take ownership and responsibility for the company’s finances.

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  • Resourcing Manager

    Role type

    Office based, full time, permanent

    Salary

    Competitive

    This is a full time, office based role, within the centre of Hook, Hampshire. It requires an individual with excellent organisational and people management skills, ideally with a background in recruitment within the healthcare industry. The role requires someone who has the drive, passion, and experience to take a strategic approach to growing our office based team and expanding our nationwide network of Associates. This brand new role comes with significant responsibility and ownership over a pivotal aspect of the business and therefore needs someone who is able to manage their own time and make decisions based on objectives. We will expect candidates to have experience of reporting to director level and a proven track record of taking responsibility for the delivery of resourcing solutions across the company. This will be an instrumental role in driving the future talent acquisition strategy within the business ensuring the organisation have the right people, in the right place, at the right time. You will show innovation through advice, coaching and support of managers on all recruitment activity.

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  • Best Interests Assessor (BIA) Lead

    Role type

    Office based with UK wide travel, full time, permanent

    Salary

    Competitive

    This is a full-time role within our Key Accounts team who manage our Best Interest Assessment service for various local authorities as part of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) process. The role will be a mixture of some field-based work across the UK; undertaking a number of mental capacity and best interests assessments each month, and office-based work. The role will also provide support to the wider BIA and office team at our head office in Hook, Hampshire. Part of the role will involve QA of other BIA reports and contributing to service development and new contracts. It requires a highly organised and engaging person with excellent communication and people skills. The role would be suitable for an experienced Best Interests Assessor looking to move into the private sector and maintain some hands-on, client-facing work alongside providing office-based support to the BIA team, quality assurance and service development. As a role involving direct contact with service users and their families, the personal skills, attitude and temperament of the successful candidate will be of great importance.

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  • Key Accounts Admin Assistant

    Role type

    Office based, full time, permanent

    Salary

    Dependent on experience

    This is a full time, office based role, within the centre of Hook, Hampshire. It requires a highly organised and engaging person with excellent communication and people skills. The Key Accounts Administrative Assistant will be highly organised with strong administrative skills, particularly in relation to diligent proof reading. The Key Accounts Administrative Assistant will work within the established bulk contracts/key accounts team, with the genuine opportunity to develop the role, whilst gaining a valuable insight into many aspects of private practice. The primary goal of the Key Accounts Administrative Assistant is to provide administrative support to the Account Manager. Your main area of responsibility will be to ensure you are familiar with all active contracts, including the relevant therapists, and clients. You will be expected to liaise with and develop strong working relationships with our therapists, and you must be able to nurture relationships and go the extra mile to foster an environment that genuinely values our clients.

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  • Paediatric Occupational Therapist - BIRMINGHAM

    Role type

    Community based, part time, permanent

    Salary

    Competitive + benefits

    We are looking to recruit a part time Paediatric OT to join the team. This is a permanent, part time (15 to 22.5 hours per week), community-based role to provide OT coverage in Birmingham and the surrounding areas. This role offers a certain degree of flexibility as to working hours/days, and may suit term time only working.

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  • Paediatric Occupational Therapist - LONDON

    Role type

    Community based, part time, permanent

    Salary

    Competitive + benefits

    We are looking to recruit a part time Paediatric OT to join the team. This is a permanent, part time (15 to 22.5 hours per week), community-based role to provide OT coverage in London and the South East. This role offers a certain degree of flexibility as to working hours/days, and may suit term time only working.

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  • Listed here are our current vacancies, however, we are always happy to discuss possible future opportunities. Please submit your CV with covering letter to [email protected].

Our values

We believe the success of The OT Practice is fundamentally due to the values shared by our founder Nikki and the people we employ.

Things we care about:

  • We make clients & potential clients feel understood and provide sound professional advice
  • We are friendly, knowledgeable, caring and always remain professional
  • We are socially responsible – if there is a better option for a prospective client then we say so
  • We are a private practice and understand that generally our clients are looking for more than what statutory services can provide and are willing to pay for that service. We present ALL the options so THEY are empowered to make the choice about their care.
  • We are motivated to go the extra mile if that is what is needed to keep a client happy.

If you are interested in joining our office team and aspire to our values then we would love to talk to you about opportunities at The OT Practice. Even if we don't have a vacancy right now we are always looking for the right people to join the team.

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