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Ref no:
ABC07917
Published:
25/1/2022
Closes:
15/2/2022
Location:
Various Locations in Aberdeen, AB10 1AB
Rate:
£18.13 - £20.71 per hour
Contract Type:
Permanent & Temporary
Position Type:
Full Time & Part Time

This position has expired.

Job Description

"Before applying for this job, it is important that you read the Applicant Guidance by clicking on this link and the Job Profile attached. These explain the job role and the type of person we're looking for. If you are new to the caring profession you should check to see if it is the career for you by going to http://www.aquestionofcare.org.uk and trying their interactive video challenge".

Location:  Various across Aberdeen

Duration:  Permanent / Fixed Term, Full Time / Part Time hours available

 

Job Purpose:

To work as an Occupational Therapist within Aberdeen City, delivering occupational therapy services in accordance with current legislation and Bon Accord Care’s policies, procedures and standards/values. The post holder will be required to undertake a wide range of occupational therapy services and in the delivery of a responsive and person led service including facilitating hospital discharges, working with people who have complex needs who may need rehabilitation, enablement including assessment for adaptations, specialist equipment and risk assessment/management to provide a high standard of person-centred care.

To promote multi-disciplinary working with other disciplines aimed at supporting service users in a range of accommodation settings, including their own homes.

Requirements

The post holder needs to hold as a minimum:

Professional qualification (degree or diploma) in Occupational Therapy

PDA in supervision or willingness to work towards as role required

Registration with HCPC

PVG registration

A current UK driving licence and use of a vehicle for work purposes

Responsibilities

The post holder needs to be able to demonstrate an understanding or experience of:

The Health and Social Care Sector and the principles of providing care and support

Current relevant legislation and best practice

Assessments, reviews and support planning to ensure person centred outcomes

Leadership, management and supervision

Organisational and Planning Skills

Office procedures including administration and using computer packages

The needs of service users who require care and support; specifically recognising their need for dignity, respect and promotion of independent living

The range of services and resources available in order to improve outcomes for service users

Occupational therapy assessment and intervention processes

The Individual

Please see Job Profile for further details

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