Job Reference: 333-G-HC-0261-F
Employer:Central and North West London NHS Foundation TrustDepartment:Paediatric Occupational TherapyLocation:Child Development Centre, HillingdonSalary:35,866 - 45,856 pa inc
CNWL NHS Foundation Trust offers a generous relocation package to successful candidates - subject to eligibility assessment
We are keen to invite you to join the Occupational Therapy service
working in the outer London borough of Hillingdon.
We can offer:
A supportive team of experienced clinicians and assistants
with a varied skill mix.
Regular professional support, including annual appraisals,
supervision and continued professional development (CPD)
Regular professional development opportunities, including
leadership development programmes.
Development of expertise in specific clinical areas/skills will
be promoted and you will be supported by senior staff,
together with access to external training opportunities in line
with your personal development plan.
Close links with Brunel University through a newly formed
Local health alliance, providing a strengthened offer of joint
working and input to research proposals and programmes.
A Departmental and CDC multidisciplinary in-service
Regular OT team, CDC and multidisciplinary therapies team
Opportunities for multidisciplinary and multi agency working
promoting person centred, joined up care plans
Opportunities to provide training to parents, education staff,
colleagues and other professionals
Opportunities to develop your personal and clinical skills
through a range of learning experiences specifically linked
with your appraisal objectives and identified development
Opportunities for joint consultations and shadowing
A very warm welcome!We currently have a new vacancy for a highly specialist
band 7 Occupational Therapist , Full time / Part time - within
the Paediatric Occupational Therapy Team.
Service development has provided a brilliant opportunity for a dynamic
and motivated therapist to deliver high quality Paediatric Occupational
Therapy within our established multidisciplinary team and to contribute
at a senior level to service development.
If you have Paediatric Occupational Therapy experience and enjoy being part of a dynamic, experienced team- working closely with colleagues in Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy and Community Paediatricians, then this is an ideal position for you.
The OT service is responsible for providing occupational therapy
intervention to children within the borough of Hillingdon, treating
children and young people aged between 0 to19 years with physical,
sensory and/ or developmental difficulties. The service is an integral
part of multidisciplinary delivery across the borough of Hillingdon.
We work out of a main base located at the Child Development
Centre on the grounds of Hillingdon Hospital, in addition to a range
of settings including Children's Centres, mainstream schools and
Therapists hold varied and interesting caseloads and treatment is
delivered on an individual, MDT or group basis.
Established sensory processing interventions are an integral part
of the service provided.
We serve a range of OT needs in children and young people
including those with :
i) Complex presentations, some with on-going physical needs
requiring assessment for specialist seating, postural management
needs, splinting and hand therapy.
ii) A range of gross and fine motor difficulties affecting functional
abilities in daily living and/or access to the learning environment.
iii) Sensory issues that may exclude them from participating in
other therapies and limiting function in the home.
Multidisciplinary working is a core part of service delivery.The service is reviewed on a regular basis to ensure high standards of dynamic and innovative clinical delivery of Paediatric Occupational Therapy.
We are looking for an enthusiastic therapist with a variety of
experience in paediatric Occupational Therapy who can bring their
individual style, skills and aptitude to inclusive team working and
Professional, clinical and leadership development opportunities
are actively encouraged, in line with service and organisational
objectives. We also have exciting new opportunities to further
strengthen partnership and research links with Brunel University
Service delivery takes place across the borough of Hillingdon.
Hillingdon is a borough in North West London with Heathrow in the
very south and Northwood at the very north. It includes the towns
of Ruislip, Eastcote, Uxbridge and Hayes and is a culturally
diverse environment. The London borough of Hillingdon has good
transport links to the centre of London by tube, bus and road-
including the M4 and M40, with easy access to the surrounding
counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Middlesex.
We are proud to say that the service enjoys:
High levels of user satisfaction 100% of parents happy or
very happy with the level of care they received from the
Strong partnerships with colleagues in the Local Authority
and Brunel University and MDT working as a core feature.
Strong leadership, innovation & a clear sense of direction.
Contracts in place with the Local Authority to provide
Occupational Therapy input to identified children with an
Educational and Health Care plan in school
A strong track record of audits & service development in
response to service user feedback
A strong commitment to co- production- developing true user
involvement & feedback, there are a number of targeted
work streams focusing on this at the Child Development
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The interview date will be: Wednesday 23rd August 2017.
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Job Type:PermanentWorking pattern:Full Time / Part TimePay Scheme:Agenda for changePay Band:6Staff Group:Allied Health ProfessionalsSpecialty/Function:Paediatric Occupational Therapy
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