- Various Locations in Aberdeen, AB10 1AB
- £39,865 - £45,156 per year
- Contract Type:
- Permanent & Temporary
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 37 hours per week
This position has expired.
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Location: Various within Aberdeen
Duration: Permanent, Full Time
We are looking for an experienced OT who has the desire to progress into a first line management role including the ability to supervise and upskill less experienced staff and develop their own managerial and clinical specialist skills.
Who are Bon Accord Care?
Bon Accord Care is an arms-length external organisation and fully funded by Aberdeen City Council. Our vision is to promote people’s independence and wellbeing and enable them to achieve their desired outcomes. The occupational therapy service function within Bon Accord Care includes the assessment and provision of equipment and adaptations and interventions/strategies for self-management to enable people to live independent lives in the community. We work closely with partners to meet the challenges of health and social care in a constantly changing environment.
We offer attractive benefits:
Flexible working patterns/hybrid working/IT supplied
Excellent pension scheme
Generous Annual Leave provision
Continuing professional and career development
Staff well-being support
Relocation allowance subject to meeting eligibility criteria
For informal enquiries or an initial chat please contact Lead OT Pam Dormer 07824599340 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To lead, manage and supervise the operational delivery of a high standard of person
centred care and support by the Community Occupational Therapy team. Ensuring
the provision of a comprehensive, intensive service and promoting good outcomes
for individuals, their families and carers.
The post holder needs to hold as a minimum:
Professional Qualification in Occupational Therapy
Registration with HCPC
PVG (adults & children)
Full UK Driving Licence
The post holder is expected to demonstrate:
Ability to communicate effectively with service users, staff, carers and internal/
external professionals to achieve improved outcomes for service users
A flexible and creative approach in order to manage human, physical and
financial resources effectively
An ability to lead and motivate a team, providing supervision, guidance and
support to team members
Commitment to providing high quality customer service
Competence with a range of ICT packages including MS Office
Ability to chair meetings and case conferences effectively
Planning and decision making skills
Please see Job Profile for further details