Occupational Therapist

Location Thetford
Discipline: Therapy
Employment type: Full Time
Salary: £37'700 - £44,700, Term Time
Contact name: Victoria Marsden

Contact email: paul@scejobs.co.uk
Job ref: 6224
Published: about 1 month ago
Full Time, Permanent, Specialist Occupational Therapist, Thetford, Norfolk. Located close to the A11 and the A1066.

  • Full Time / Term Time Only plus 2 weeks, 41 Weeks per year.
  • 40 Hours Per Week.
  • £37’700 - £44’700 per annum, DOE & Qualifications.
  • Pension, Life Assurance, Health Cash Back & High Street Discounts.
  • Full training and continued support.
This employer strives to achieve outstanding Schools Colleges & Training Facilities for Children & Young People with Special Education needs.  With a team of dedicated team of Teaching, Support, Therapists & managers, together they all strive to bring out the best in every pupil and prepare them for adult life.  Their Schools & colleges have fantastic facilities and cater for Primary, Secondary & further education children.  The facilities range from Science Labs, horticulture, catering, mechanics and much more. The children are supported from the moment they arrive.  They are constantly challenged, and they believe in setting high expectations, enabling them to reach their full potential.  As an employer they fully invest in their staff team, with opportunities to gain further qualifications, continuous professional development, career progression and the opportunity to make a massive difference to the lives of those with a disability.


As their Occupational Therapist, you will provide an OT service which is run effectively.   within the therapy team providing a high standard of assessments and interventions.  You will also provide advice and training to relevant professionals, support team and family members.  You will recommend the relevant course of intervention needed for each child and support individual development of care plans, always considering their wishes.  You will carry out reviews and constantly review their individual development. 

  • A recognised degree in Occupational Therapy and current registration of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
  • Experience of working in a multi-discipline team.
  • Member of RCOT.
  • Previous experience in an occupational therapy role
  • Knowledge of working with children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions.
  • Experience of Sensory Strategies / sensory integration.
  • Driving Licence and vehicle business insurance.

If you feel you meet the above criteria and you would love to join this fantastic organisation, please click on apply in the first instance.  Once you have applied one of our team will contact you to tell you much more about this job opportunity and answer any questions you may have.