Barnet Enfield & Haringey Mental Health Trust, providing both mental health and community services, is an organisation that is going places!
Our values and quality improvement are at the heart of everything we do, please consider joining us.
Occupational Therapists - Band 6 One Year FTC
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and enthusiastic Occupational Therapist to join our friendly and well established Therapy Department. St Ann’s Hospital has three acute in-patient wards, two male , one being an assessment ward and one female ward It is an innovative time to be working in Haringey as an OT with new developments and initiatives evolving.
The successful applicant would work flexibly across the 3 wards supporting the Occupational Therapy department in carrying out the valued role of the OT ensuring that in-patients are offered timely assessment and intervention supporting a smooth discharge
The successful candidate would be part of a thriving Therapy Department, alongside Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Psychology and sessional work colleagues. The Occupational Therapists offer individual sessions, ADL assessments and run groups both on the wards and in the Therapy department. The post holder will also be part of the ward Multi-disciplinary Team. The successful applicant will be motivated to make a difference to the patient’s recovery with enablement at the heart of the ethos. Experience of working in a mental health setting is crucial.
The successful applicant will be supported and supervised by the Haringey AHP Lead. CPD and professional development is encouraged and there is an established regular Haringey OT Forum. For informal visit or enquiries please contact Haringey Lead AHP Maxine Slapper on 0208 702 6987.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
To print a document or save it to your computer, please click with your right mouse button on the document title and select "Save Target As...". You can then save the document in a suitable place on your computer ready to print it out. Clicking with the left mouse button will open the document in a new window (if your web browser can do so).
Maxine Slapper,Haringey Lead AHP, 0208 702 email@example.com