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NHS - OT - Paediatrics

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Allied Health Care Professional Jobs
Occupational Therapy Jobs
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London - Central, London - East, London - North, London - South, London - West
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Pulse are currently working with a West London trust who are looking to source several experienced OT's for their community pediatrics team. This year, the service has been recognised as one of the top 100 NHS organisations to work for by the Health Service Journal and NHS Employers. Their commitment to their staff has also been acknowledged in the 2014 National Staff Survey for top staff engagement rates and the lowest sickness of any community provider in England.

You will join an established team of Occupational Therapists working in an integrated service with Children’s Physiotherapy and Speech and Language Therapy. The trust continually strives towards evidence based clinical practice. They provide services to children aged 0-19 years and their families with a diverse range of special needs including complex neurological disorders, developmental co-ordination disorders and autistic spectrum disorders. The post provides the opportunity to work in a number of different settings including mainstream or special schools, family homes or community centres.

This is a full time, permanent position. In order to be considered candidates must be HCPC registered occupational therapists and must have previous experience of working within paediatrics. Community experience and a clear CPD portfolio dmeonstrating your devlopment in the field of paediatrics would be beneficial.

Please submit an application to be considered for this post. Alternatively please don't hesitate to get in touch if you would like to discuss the position further. Please call Jack Dench on 01992 305659.

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