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Senior Occupational Therapist North London (PT)

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  • Speciality: Physical and Community
  • Grade: Band 6/7
  • Salary: Up to £22200 per annum
  • Location: London, London
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Duration: Part Time
  • Reference No: J71581

JustOT is working on an exciting opportunity for a Senior Occupational Therapist / Physiotherapist to join a well-established user-led independent charity in North East London, working with older people and people with disabilities.

Senior Occupational Therapist / Physiotherapist North London
Physical and Community
Part-Time (3 days per week)
Salary £37,000 pro rata (£22,200 per annum)
Start ASAP

Our client is looking to recruit an Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist with the relevant qualifications and management experience to oversee and contribute to the development of our established Community Falls Prevention Programme.

Main Responsibilities of the Position:

*Oversee and directly support the day-to-day running of the programme
*Take a lead in the development, research, and delivery aspects of the programme
*Develop effective strategies for the prevention of falls and to achieve the best possible results for our service users

Specific Responsibilities:

*Oversee the day to day running of the Staying Steady Community Falls Prevention Programme.
*Teach and cover classes on the Staying Steady programme
*Lead on programme data collection.
*Develop budgets/ activities to deadlines
*Take part in strategic working groups and therapy-led falls prevention meetings within the NHS and Public Health structures
*Review and improve arrangements with the administrator as when required.
*Assess/ evaluate programme performance, ensuring it achieves KPI's set out by funding agencies.
*Prepare reports for the Project Manager as required.

The ideal candidate will have:

*HCPC Registered
*A PSI qualification or willingness to immediately gain this qualification on appointment
*Experience of working with older people in their home and in community settings
*Experience of managing a small team
*Experience of generating and managing budgets
*Experience of work in a diverse community
*Understanding of social prescribing in the NHS and voluntary sector network
*Ability to communicate effectively in a wide range of settings
*Familiarity with current office management systems and ability to work without additional administrative support.


*Previous experience of working in both a statutory and community setting

To apply for the role, or for further information, give Sean Keohan a call on 0207 045 3325

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