- Band 5
- Full Time 37.5 hours per week
- £26,553 - £34,495 p.a inc.
- 22/11/2017 23:59
We employ around 4,800 people across South London and other sites in the UK. It is a diverse team of talented individuals, spanning a wide range of specialities and benefiting from many world-leading healthcare experts. We deliver more than 14,000 training experiences each year for our staff, providing an extensive range of learning opportunities. Staff can benefit from exceptional professional development opportunities and we will work with you to build your career in mental health. In addition, our working relationship with King's Health Partners allows those working at the Trust to get involved in academic research.
We are looking to recruit to a small number of Band 5 posts on our very popular mental health Occupational Therapist rotation. There will be the opportunity to join the rotation but also apply for short term contracts.
It’s a great place to start or change direction of your career as an occupational therapist in mental health. Within the rotation scheme there is opportunity for you to gain a wide perspective in a range of clinical areas. The variety of posts gives Band 5s a great opportunity to develop a wide skill set working as an occupational therapist in mental health.
This is an opportunity to work in an organisation that supports innovation and helps you and develop a broad portfolio of transferable clinical skills. You will receive regular clinical supervision, role developments days and work in an organisation focussed on research and quality improvement.
We are committed to helping to develop the people that come to work with us. We know that the Trust can only be as good as the people who work here and we’ll invest in you to maximise that potential. That’s why we really welcome and value people so highly. In short, if you’ve got what it takes we’d be delighted for you to come and work with us.
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.
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