Are you a Staff Grade Occupational Therapist looking to make a real difference to the life’s of Children with disabilities and their families?
Medforce Recruitment have partnered with a Children’s Disability team in Tallaght, South Dublin to recruit a Staff Grade Occupational Therapist.
I am keen to speak with Staff Grade Occupational Therapist’s/recently qualified Occupational Therapist’s who are passionate and committed to building a career with children with disabilities.
If you are an enthusiastic, dedicated, Staff Grade Occupational Therapist looking to join a friendly, supportive, highly respectful team, this is the opportunity for you.
The successful candidate will be part of a very supportive child disability team. In this role you will be given regular supervision, you will be supported closely by your colleagues in this role.
Working with Children with disabilities is challenging yet a deeply rewarding place to practise Speech and Language Therapy, with the support networks in place to enable you to be the best Therapist you can be and make a real difference to our children and their families.
Role: This is a Specified Purpose Contract for 12 months, full-time 35 hours, Monday -Friday. 27 days annual leave, 10 bank holidays, weekly payroll.
Benefits: Excellent Training Opportunities, Friendly, supportive culture, Manageable, sustainable caseloads are a priority, Local arrangements to accrue additional hours for up to 1 day off per month, Local flexibility around start / finish times, Easily accessible location (right next to LUAS stop and all major bus routes in area), Private off street parking and located near lots of shops and cafes
This service is renowned for investing in the future of their staff. They strive to provide the highest quality of care, so whether you’re just starting your career or if you have experience, you’ll be supported, recognised, and rewarded for your essential part in the vital work.
- A BSc in Occupational Therapy or an equivalent
- CORU registered Occupational Therapy qualification.
- Post qualification clinical experience working with children with disabilities (desirable)
- Relevant training and experience in the assessment and intervention of children with autism.
- Excellent communication, initiative and time management skills
- Flexibility and teamwork skills which are key to this role
- Full Drivers Licence with access to own transport (desirable)
- Experience working with children with autism spectrum disorder and children with intellectual disabilities (desirable)
Charlene is a strategic, highly enthusiastic leader with a wealth of experience supplying Allied Health and Social Care professionals across acute hospitals, community, primary care facilities, mental health services, disability services, social care organisations within the Public and Private sector across Ireland.
To discuss this fantastic role in detail please contact Charlene Cooke by Phone: 01- 9637070 or 085-8768218 to discuss this exciting opportunity.