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Experienced Occupational Therapist (Children/Paediatric) – Midlands / North, Part time

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Ensure you read the information regarding this opportunity thoroughly before making an application.This is not your typical Occupational Therapist role, ever considered becoming a Care Expert? What does a Care Expert do? A Care Expert will complete a functional assessment of a claimant following a significant injury that results in a clinical negligence or personal injury claim. Following their assessment, the expert will produce a report covering the lifelong needs of a claimant. This report includes care, equipment and housing and will help the court decide on the amount of compensation to be paid to the claimant. Who are we? Jacqueline Webb & Co provide Care Experts that undertake assessments and provide impartial and independent reports on an individual’s needs after a catastrophic/life-changing injury. Our team is made up of a high proportion of highly qualified Community Occupational Therapists. What we are looking for? We are looking for Community or Independent Children’s/Paediatric Occupational Therapists that are motivated and enthusiastic about making significant change; who want freedom and flexibility in a role whilst taking the next step in their personal and/or professional development. We find Children/Paediatric Occupational Therapists who are working in Social Care or NHS community care settings make great Care Experts. Case Managers working in an independent setting would suit the expert role equally well. We want you to use your skills in assessing and recommending exactly what the injured individual needs. We need you to have:

• 6+ years’ practical, clinical experience.
• Recent hands-on experience of working with children from
• Capacity to accommodate at least 10 hours of work per week, in addition to your current role (we can discuss on application when and how to facilitate this).
• Experience of working in the community care setting.

What can we can offer you? We have been working in this field for over 35 years, so you are in safe hands with our support and well-renowned training. With a dedicated office team, industry-leading mentoring scheme, and a solid professional reputation, we can offer:

  • Part time work that sits alongside your current role
  • Initial 1-2-1 mentoring and comprehensive training and support
  • Continuous ongoing development and networking opportunities
  • Flexibility as the majority of the work is done at home
  • Freedom to recommend what is truly required for an individual
  • Financial reward for your expertise

How do you find out more? If this sounds interesting and you would like to learn more or to be considered for this role then please click apply or click on to do so via our website. Reference ID: AR-PAED-FEB21 Part-time hours: 10 per week Job Types: Part-time, Contract, Permanent Salary: £40.00-£50.00 per hour

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