Occupational Therapist Jobs

As an Occupational Therapist in one of our complex care services, you’ll be empowered to make a real difference.

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Occupational Therapist jobs

Our Occupational Therapists are responsible for a clinical caseload and provide specialist assessments, clinical diagnoses and interventions to support people to achieve their goals and overcome the challenges they face when completing everyday activities.

In this role, you’ll have sufficient time to make a real difference to the lives of those in your care.

Being an Occupational Therapist with us is extremely rewarding. You’ll get great job satisfaction from seeing the difference you make each and every day.


What does an Occupational Therapist do?

As an Occupational Therapist at Exemplar Health Care, you’ll provide a high quality occupational therapy service to support our service users to maximise their independence and build their everyday living skills.

You’ll work with the wider Care and Clinical Team to create person-centred care plans, support people to achieve their physiotherapy goals and evaluate their outcomes.

Your approach will depend on the people you support, which may include those living with brain injuries, neuro-disabilities, spinal injuries or physical disabilities.

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What skills and qualifications do I need to work as an Occupational Therapist?

To work as an Occupational Therapist with Exemplar Health Care, you must have a BSc or MSc in occupational therapy and be HCPC registered.

Our Occupational Therapists also live and breathe our values of fun, integrity, responsive, success and teamwork.

Our first value is fun, and no matter what role you’re in, we expect you to make life fun for our service users and your colleagues. Check out our Facebook page for all of the fun activities that we get up to!

We also look for these skills in our Occupational Therapists.

  • Excellent motivator
  • Organisation skills
  • Team player
  • Understanding of occupational therapy best practice
  • Written and verbal communication skills

Training and career development for Occupational Therapists

There are lots of opportunities to learn and develop in your career as an Occupational Therapist.

When you start with us, you’ll do a company induction which covers basic training such as health and safety and first aid.

After that, you’ll do a role specific induction in your home with the support of a buddy.

You’ll have the support of other Occupational Therapists across the company, who regularly meet to discuss learning and share best practice.

You can also benefit from:

  • clinical skills training
  • formal qualifications and training
  • in-house leadership and management development programmes.