Press ESC to close

Specialist Occupational Therapist – Critical Care – Telford TF1

  • Full Time
  • Telford TF1
  • £35,392 - £42,618 £ / Year

The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

Profile insights

Here’s how the job qualifications align with your profile.

Skills

  • Leadership
  • Critical care experience
Do you have experience in Leadership?

Job details

Here’s how the job details align with your profile.

Pay

  • £35,392 – £42,618 a year

Job type

  • Full-time

Location

Telford TF1

Benefits

Pulled from the full job description
  • Transport links

Full job description

Are you an experienced Occupational Therapist looking for an opportunity to utilise and develop your clinical skills in a specialist area? If so, this role could be for you working as part of the experienced Critical Care Therapy teams.

This newly expanded team is delighted to now be able to offer Occupational Therapy within critical care providing functional assessment and rehabilitation across 7 days a week.

Previous experience working within critical care is not essential though experience working within an acute hospital setting providing physical and cognitive therapies to patients is.

We welcome applications from candidates looking for full or part-time work and those looking for job share or secondment opportunities to expand their skill set will also be considered.

The successful candidate will work alongside Physiotherapists, Therapy support workers and the wider critical care multi-disciplinary team providing patient centred care, helping to optimise recovery through engagement in physical, cognitive and psychological therapies supporting patients and their families and provide advice and support with discharge planning

All of our specialist Occupational Therapists receive supervision and mentorship from a member of our highly specialist team who will offer direction in terms of clinical development and leadership development.

Please note that NHS experience is essential for this position.

To assess, diagnose/interpret and manage own specialist caseload of complex patients as an autonomous practitioner in accordance with Professional Code of Conduct and Health and Care Professions Council Regulations.

The post holder will work in close co-operation with colleagues within all Care Groups to deliver a cohesive service that is user led ensuring a consistently high standard of patient care, optimal patient flow that is safe and timely.

To work closely with team co-ordinators and senior therapists to ensure a robust structure of training, supervision and appraisal is delivered to all members within the team.

To act as a source of Specialist advice and support within the Therapy Centre and across the Trust and the wider health service.

Engage or lead on projects to develop services and learning opportunities for others including band 5’s, assistant practitioners and students as well as celebrating learning and achievements with the wider therapy and MDT teams.

The Therapy centre is committed to the SaTH’s overall vision to provide excellent care for the communities we serve. As a member of the Therapy Services Team your contribution to the profession of Occupational Therapy will be integral in enabling patients to receive holistic assessment to enable them to recover and be discharged from the hospital environment.

We believe in developing clinical and leadership skills at all levels and support all our specialist Occupational Therapists in having 10% of their time dedicated to supporting professional activity (SPA). Your SPA time will include and is not limited to: clinical supervision, opportunity to attend internal and external training relevant to your role and career aspirations and participation in service development opportunities.

Please see separate information attached for more information regarding our offer including our Occupational therapy training and development pathway, strategy and career development structure.

With excellent transport links to our beautiful and diverse counties Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin offers great lifestyle opportunities as well as a friendly, family feel.

For full duties and responsibilities please refer to the attached document entitled Job Description.

To apply for this job please visit trac.sath.nhs.uk.