Will be specialising in housing adaptations via Disabled Facilities Grants.
To carry a varied, challenging and complex workload. Regular supervision will be in accordance with the Departmental Supervision Policy. To work under guidance within relevant legislation with clients to assess their needs, identify options for meeting those needs and review outcomes within the Department’s procedures, ensuring that the intervention provided is person centred. To participate as an active member of the Occupational Therapy Team and maintain effective relationships with other agencies to determine good outcomes.
To work within the values of the Departments as expressed within the Care Act, promoting independence and wellbeing.
• To carry out assessments of client and their carer with complex needs.
• To decide on the most appropriate option will be offered to the client to meet the identified need.
To work alone under own initiative and as part of a community based team.
• To work with clients who are terminally ill.
To fully demonstrate the requirements of the HCPC’s Standards of Proficiency for Occupational Therapy and Code of Conduct.
To support Team Manager / Senior Practitioner with enquiries, providing direct assistance / support as required.
• To be responsible for supporting Team Manager / Senior Practitioner in monitoring the ongoing service delivery to clients.
- Occupational Therapy Qualification
- HCPC registration
Working with Evergood Associates offers you a number of benefits including:
Your own dedicated specialist consultantAccess to the widest variety of social work jobs across local authorities and private organisations throughout the UKReliable Payroll run on a weekly basisFree DBS and compliance service£150 recommend a friend scheme
If you would like to find out more, apply for this position or enquire about similar roles please call Chloe Prior on 01992 513 777 ext 3 or send your CV and contact details to Chloe.Prior@evergoodassociates.co.uk