Occupational Therapist - Bolton

Recruiter
Alternative Futures Gr
Location
Bolton
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
15 Jul 2021
Closes
22 Jul 2021
Ref
J162-A-21-1199
Role Type
Apprenticeship
Start Date
Ongoing
Duration
Permanent
Alternative Futures Group is the North West's largest Mental Health and Learning Disability charity.

With a strong track record of over 25 years, we work locally in the community and through our Treatment and Recovery Centresto provide a wide range of innovative and bespoke care services.

We have a vision to create a world where people control their lives. Here at AFG, we pride ourselves on helping the people we support to design, develop and 'own' the support they receive by planning this with them; we support people to make informed choices and increase their own independence; and we support people to maintain their own health, wellbeing and living environment. These principles are really important to us.

As a 'values based' employer, the people that work for us genuinely care about the people they support, and we are seeking likeminded people to join our AFG family. If you are passionate about working in Health and Social Care and have a real desire to make a positive difference to the lives of the people we support then we would love to hear from you.

At AFG we also recognise the contribution and value that our staff make. We would not be able to provide the life changing support that we do without people like you!

In return for your contribution we will support you throughout your career and we provide a wide range of employee benefits, career development and lifestyle support services to ensure that you too feel supported, fulfilled and valued from day one of your employment with us.

To ensure that the professional standards and ethics, as set out by the College of Occupational Therapists (COT) and Health Professions Council (HPC), and Alternative Futures Group ltd Policies and Procedures are adhered to at all times

Job Purpose
  • To provide, an effective Occupational Therapy (OT) service to a defined caseload consisting of adults with mental health problems.
  • To actively develop clinical skills in occupational therapy assessment, care planning, intervention, and evaluation.
  • To provide specialist advice and support to other departments, professionals, and families / carers.
  • To contribute to the evaluation and continued development of the Occupational Therapy Service

Salary provided is a guide only as the position is paid as an hourly rate and may be more or less each year depending upon hours worked.

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