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.
We have the following open positions for permanent employees.
This is a full time, office based role, requiring an Occupational Therapist who has transitioned from clinical work into management. The Therapist Network Director will have significant responsibility and autonomy over defining and implementing the strategic objectives of this newly created division. Their responsibilities will cover the recruitment of new Occupational Therapists to the network and enhancing the performance of the existing team of therapists.View full job description
This is a permanent, full-time role to provide specialist neurological OT coverage in the therapist’s local region alongside Clinical Lead responsibilities and reports to the Clinical Services Manager for Adults. The role will involve a mixture of home-based and community-based working with some working from our office in Hook, Hampshire on occasion also. The OT will work as Clinical Lead for The OT Practice’s nation-wide Neurological Rehabilitation team. It requires a qualified Occupational Therapist who has experience in working within neurological rehabilitation – predominantly traumatic and acquired brain injury to include all degrees of severity/complexity.View full job description
We are looking to recruit a full time Paediatric OT to join the team. This is a permanent, full time (37 hours per week), community-based role to provide OT coverage in London and the South East.View full job description
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.View full job description
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.View full job description
Listed here are our current vacancies, however, we are always happy to discuss possible future opportunities. Please submit your CV with covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe the success of The OT Practice is fundamentally due to the values shared by our founder Nikki and the people we employ.
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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.
We welcome enquiries from talented occupational therapists interested in joining our team. Even if you are not currently in independent practice we can support you in your new venture.Benefits of joining