Occupational Therapist - Sheffield

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Are you looking to take your next step within Mental Health?

Pulse are currently working with one of the UKs largest independent providers of Mental Health services.

Our client are looking to recruit an experienced Occupational Therapist to join their Hospital in Sheffield.

They offer rehabilitation to adult female patients and also a CAMHS service for male and female adolescents.

This particular role will be based in the female unit which caters for patients with diagnosis of severe and enduring mental illness including personality disorder and mild learning disability.

The Occupational Therapist will be required to work as part of the MDT carrying out daily duties in order to ensure the smooth running of the OT department.

You will be required to managed a selected caseload of patients carrying out assessments in order to deliver the required interventions and meet the clients needs whilst receiving support from the senior team to further develop your experience and skills.

 

In order to be considered for this position you will need to be qualified to Degree level in Occupational Therapy and be HCPC registered.

Experience working in the field of Mental health or within a secure service would be particularly preferable.

You must be comfortable working both autonomously and as part of the wider team and be a great communicator.

 

In return for your hard work and dedication you will receive benefits including:

Competitive Salary

Company Pension scheme

Clinical Supervision from the senior team

Ongoing CPD opportunities

Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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