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Occupational Therapist

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Occupational Therapist

  • Location:

    Wiltshire

  • Sector:

    Occupational Therapy

  • Contact:

    Angelo Le Breton

  • Salary:

    Up to £32909 per annum

  • Job type:

    Permanent - full time

  • Contact email:

    angelo.lebreton@msigroupltd.com

  • Job ref:

    LW2024_1716298288

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Duration:

    Ongoing

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

MSI Recruitment is seeking an Occupational Therapist for our client, a Reach South Academy dedicated to young people aged 4-19 with autism. The academy proudly holds the NAS Advanced Specialist Award and is recognised as an Ofsted good school.

Roles/Responsibilities for Occupational Therapists-

  • Join our multi-disciplinary Therapy Team in an exciting role as an Occupational Therapist.
  • Provide expertise, advice, and intervention for a varied occupational therapy caseload, both discreetly and embedded within the educational environment across the academy.

Requirements for the Occupational Therapist Role-

  • Demonstrate a passion for creating functional and accessible environments for autistic learners.
  • Be a child-centred practitioner, responsive to the individual needs of each child.
  • Possess good knowledge and understanding of autism, social communication needs, and the impact of sensory input on daily functioning to advise on appropriate strategies.
  • Utilise a creative and flexible therapeutic approach, fostering success through challenge and innovation.
  • Build positive relationships to break down barriers and enhance self-esteem.
  • Show commitment to enabling all pupils to overcome challenges and achieve their potential.
  • Applications from newly qualified therapists are welcome.

Benefits

  • Make a significant difference in the lives of vulnerable young people with autism.
  • Build strong working relationships with pupils and staff through consistent working patterns.
  • Innovate strategies and interventions to meet varied communication needs.
  • Join a close-knit team of professionals in a supportive and inspirational environment.
  • Become part of an outstanding learning and therapeutic community.
  • Engage in wider-school life and contribute to its development.
  • Receive ongoing, specialist professional development, including clinical supervision.
  • Access a comprehensive CPD package with opportunities for individual development.
  • Benefit from a commitment to 'Healthy Working Lives' through a comprehensive trust Employee Assistance program.
  • Receive a work laptop and therapeutic working space within our dedicated Therapy House.

We deeply value our team members and are committed to their professional growth and well-being. Take this opportunity to be part of a community dedicated to empowering young people with autism. Apply now and embark on a fulfilling journey with us!

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