Both teams are part of a new and transformative model of care and support, called Stay Well@home, funded by the Welsh Government Transformation Grant, and which will respond to requests for support from Community Professionals outside of traditional office hours, to enable individuals to stay at home and not have to go to hospital. This will involve Moving and Handling assessments and advice and the provision of equipment. As an Occupational Therapist in these teams you will be required to take part in a rota to cover the service 8:30am – 8pm, 365 days per year.
You will be joining an established and experienced team of Senior Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapists. Applications are welcome from both experienced and newly qualified Occupational Therapists.
The successful candidates will be expected to be a proactive team players who can recognise and draw on the wealth of experience available to them within Short Term Services. We are looking for Occupational Therapists who have the enthusiasm to play an active role in delivering a high quality service to individuals in our community. A sound value base, excellent communication skills and a person-centred approach are essential.
You will need to be OT qualified and registered with the HCPC. Regular supervision will be provided by a Senior Occupational Therapist and training and development opportunities will be available during the period of employment. RCT have a commitment to reimburse professional registration fees.