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An exciting opportunity has arisen for an individual to gain experience as a senior band 6 OT, gaining valuable leadership and managerial skills. The Becklin centre is an Acute mental health inpatient unit for males and females aged between 18 and 65, it is a challenging but very rewarding place to work. The centre offers mental health treatment for individuals in crisis who are deemed too unwell to be managed in the community. The Occupational Therapy team is a ward based team, covering the 2 male and 2 female wards. We also have access to a therapy suite and provide therapeutic interventions and groups in this setting.
We are currently seeking an experienced band 6 Occupational Therapist for a secondment to cover maternity leave fulltime, for a period of up to 1 year, starting mid November 2019. The successful candidate will be based on the male wards at the Becklin Centre and will have an oversight of the OT needs of the 2 wards, delegate work to the band 5s and OTAs, and handle a complex caseload of service users. Experience of working in an acute mental health setting and of the MOHOST is essential as is the ability to manage junior colleagues. The role includes management of the male OT team which currently consists of 2 band 5 OTs and 2 OTAs. The post is split across the 2 wards and some shift work across the 7 days is required.
You will be supported and work collaboratively with the ward managers on wards 3 and 4, and work closely with the band 6 OT covering the female wards. We offer further support through the monthly OT meetings, reflective forums and management supervision.
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