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Occupational Therapist

  • Location: Countywide
  • Ref: FS07222
  • Closing date: 31 July 2018
  • Contract type: Permanent
  • Working hours: Full Time
  • Salary: £30,062 - £31,717

The opportunity

The award winning Adult Community Occupational Therapy Team is seeking enthusiastic, highly motivated, skilled and committed occupational therapists to join their forward-thinking and dynamic service; a service which has undergone significant transformation to move away from the more traditional models of OT service delivery, assessment and intervention to embrace a culture of innovation and positive risk-taking.  This is an opportunity to gain experience and contribute to a wide range of service areas including OT triage, OT clinics, equipment and housing adaptations, moving and handling and rehousing.

If you would like to find out more about our OT Service at Bucks and meet some of the Workforce Heroes Team of the Year 2018 we are running a 3 hours "Try before you apply" session on various dates. Please contact resourcing@buckscc.gov.uk for further information or to book on.


About us

Bucks County Council is at the heart of the community delivering essential services seven days a week, all year round to over half million plus residents, businesses and visitors. Touching the lives of everyone, the Council provides over 100 services from childcare to countryside parks, schools to social care and from roads to the registry office. From over 500 different locations, more than 10,000 employees work hard to meet the challenge of delivering outstanding service across a portfolio of services.

About the role

  • To be part of a responsive countywide OT service and to undertake and provide OT assessment and interventions over the phone and face to face. 
  • To encourage and be supported to problem-solve, take positive risks and share creative solutions.
  • To contribute to staff, team and service development.
  • To be a positive advocate for OT and continue to raise the profile of OT, internally, externally and in the wider community.
  • To support the transformation and integration agenda within Adult Social Care.
  • To attend and engage in regular supervision, training and continual professional development.

Please see the job description for further information

About you

  • Confident car driver essential and access to a vehicle
  • Knowledge of OT practice, best practice frameworks and guidance, relevant legislation
  • Minimum of a 2:1 BSC degree in Occupational Therapy or COT Diploma qualification

Please see the job description for further information

Other Information

HCPC registration renewal fees  can be claimed back when employed by Bucks CC.

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