OT Technical Instructor | Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|Posting date:||21 August 2019|
|Additional salary information:||£21,089 to £23,761 pa pro rata|
|Closing date:||20 September 2019|
|Location:||Oxford, OX3 7HE|
|Company:||Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust|
The Oxford Centre for Enablement
Neurological Rehabilitation Service
Occupational Therapy Technical Instructor
in Woodwork Workshop
22.5 hours per week
We are looking for a motivated, compassionate person with wood work qualifications and skills, to work with adults in a specialist in and outpatient neurological rehabilitation centre. The person will also need good communication and organisational skills.
This post involves working within the Occupational Therapy team to help adults with neurological conditions, such as strokes and head injuries, to regain their independence and quality of life.
The postholder will be working with patients under the direction of occupational therapists and the workshop manager to assist patients with woodwork projects as part of their rehabilitation goals.
Other duties include administrative tasks such as the ordering of materials and the monitoring and cleaning of equipment.
The post holder will require wood working qualifications such as City and Guilds Training or equivalent to level 2 in woodwork skills, alongside an interest in working with people with disabilities.
Experience of working with adults with disabilities within a health or social care setting would be preferable.
Training, support and regular supervision would be provided.
An informal visit is recommended. For more information or to arrange a visit please contact John Mercer or Alison Bragg (01865) 737382
Closing Date: 2/9/19
Interview Date(s) 17/9/19
This advert closes on Monday 2 Sep 2019
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