Intermediate Care Lambeth
Guy's and St Thomas' (GSTT) Intermediate Care Lambeth are looking for a Band 6 Specialist Occupational Therapist to join our award winning service in Rehab and Reablement.
Are you an enthusiastic Specialist Occupational Therapist looking to develop in an 'Outstanding
' (CQC rated) community rehabilitation team? Do you want to work in a diverse multidisciplinary team? Do you like supporting patients with rehab in their home and avoid unnecessary admissions? If so...
We are recruiting energetic, proactive and ambitious Band 6 Specialist Occupational Therapists.
This is an excellent opportunity for clinically supported development within a Trust that is clinician-led, and strives to provide the highest possible level of clinical expertise throughout its healthcare services.
Our service provides rehabilitation and health and social care at home to give the people of Lambeth quality of living and promote independence.Main duties of the job
Intermediate Care Lambeth provides integrated health and social care at home to adults aged 18 years & older who live in the borough of Lambeth. The people that we support have a range of diagnoses and clinical presentations.
Our service aims to:
Our Professional Offer to You:
- Facilitate the safe discharge of people from healthcare in hospital to healthcare at home.
- Provide intensive, short term multi-disciplinary rehabilitation & care support to promote functional independence.
o Further develop your clinical skills, e.g. assess for suitable equipment, minor home adaptations, cognitive assessment, functional and Moving & Handling assessments.o Develop your skills in holistic assessment, problem solving and joint working with other health and social care colleagues.o Develop management and operational skillso Access appropriate GSTT leadership development training courses to support career development. o Support you to be involved in OT meetings.o Provide you with supervision and clinical support. At GSTT we are committed to providing:
o Professional expert advice, including access to our Professional Leads in our Community and Hospital settings.o An annual appraisal and PDR.o Structured in-service development programs and supervisions. o Support to undertake research, audit and service evaluation. o Training links to London Southbank and King's College Universities.o Support to develop your skills in preparation and presentationsAbout usGuys and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust:
From our5main hospitals, and in thecommunity, we provide a full range of lifelong, general and specialist care, as well asclinical research, innovation,education and training.
We're a diverse and welcoming organisation, and are incredibly proud of our 25,500 staff and the dedication they show to our patients and each other.
We aim to be outstanding in everything we do and to provide high quality and compassionate care and experience to all of our patients and families.
As a leading centre of clinical research with a long history of innovation and medical firsts, we are able to provide the latest and most advanced treatments. We'reranked top in Englandfor the number of trials open for patients to join and in the top 10 for the number of patients recruited to help us in our research.
Together with our partners inKing's Health Partners, we form 1 of the UK's 8 Academic Health Science Centres.
Our world famous teaching hospitals train the doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals of the future.GKT School of Medical Educationis our medical school, run jointly withKing's College LondonandKing's College Hospital.
We're guided byour values in everything we do and, as one of the largest employers in London, we reflect the diversity, opportunity and ambition of our communities and the people we serveJob descriptionJob responsibilitiesJob Summary
-To have responsibility for specialist rehabilitation and therapy assessment,specialist intervention, care planning and review of individual clients oncaseload.
-To delegate rehabilitation and care tasks to RSWs and Senior RSWs.-To provide case management for adults and older people throughintensive short term support and rehabilitation programmes. Goal settingwith clients in order to maximise their independence in the community,facilitate early discharge from hospital, reduce reliance on care andreduce admissions to long term domiciliary care.
-To work, frequently as a lone practitioner and at times in conjunction withteam colleagues, across a variety of locations within the communityincluding clients homes and residential care settings to meet theindividual needs of the multi-cultural population in an inner city area.
-To work as an autonomous practitioner complying with the standards setby the regulatory body (Health Professions Council), professional body(Chartered Society of Physiotherapy), government, Trust and department,thereby being professionally and legally responsible and accountable forall aspects of own work and to meet the requirements for professionalregistration.
-To work as part of a flexible multidisciplinary team, across traditionalprofessional boundaries to meet the needs of clients using a holistic andclient centred approach
-To be responsible for practice, education, assessment, mentorship andpreceptorship of students and new/junior members of staff. To worktowards organisational priorities and achieving service aims.
-To support the departments commitment to meeting patient needs anddelivering excellence it is essential the post holder be able to work theirhours flexibly and contribute fully to both existing and new rotas over a 7day week, including weekday and weekend on call shifts.Person SpecificationKnowledgeEssential
- HCPC registered as an Occupational Therapist
- Provide an example that demonstrates your experience in carrying out complex assessments and health screening
- Provide an example that demonstrates evidence based assessments and treatment, including knowledge of clinical outcome measures used in Occupational Therapy
- Provide an example that highlights your ability to organise and lead case conferences and meetings.
- Provide examples that demonstrates your experience to work across primary and secondary interface.
- Member of relevant clinical interest group e.g. College of Occupational Therapy
- Provide an example that demonstrates your skills to analyse and formulate management plans and treatment goals.
- Provide an example that demonstrates your skills to work as an autonomous practitioner
- Provide an example that demonstrates your skills to manage, supervise and appraise, and effectively manage conflict and difficult situations
- Provide an example of your practice that would highlight your ability to contribute to and develop new approaches to community working.
- Provide an example that demonstrates your organisational, time management, prioritisation skills, and ability to develop these skills in others
- Provide an example that demonstrates your able to identify symptoms of changing condition of clients and take appropriate actions.
- Ability to plan and organise the provision of care to a team's caseload
- Significant broad post registration experience at band 5 or above.
- Provide an example that highlights your rehabilitation experience and skills
- Provide an example that demonstrates your ability to work within a team and collaborative multidisciplinary working
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Experience of working in a community setting
- Experience of training in management skills
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation TrustAddress
11-13 Rutford Rd
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