Occupational Therapy Job Summary:
* OFFERING Part-time immediate & July start; full-time September start; Saturdays from July.
Kiki’s Children’s Clinic (KCC) is a thriving South-West London based practice that is continuously expanding its team and as a result is urgently seeking part-time and full-time paediatric OTs. A Saturday position has also become available for the first time in 6 years.
We are looking for exceptional part-time and full time, self-employed committed Paediatric Occupational Therapists (OT) to join our dynamic international and multi-disciplinary team.
KCC delivers PT, OT and SLT for babies and children and its’ team of experienced therapists value early intervention and a multi-disciplinary approach in striving to help children to live their lives fully. Experienced in seeing a wide variety of childhood conditions from babies to early teens, KCC also runs handwriting and social skills groups and offers TLP. Therapy sessions are offered in clinic, at home and in schools in the Greater London area.
A part-time position is available as of immediate start. Another part-time position is available as of July and a full- time position as of September. The Saturday position is available as of mid-July, but the clinic would wait out a reasonable notice period for the right individual.
The position holders will be involved in skill development within our multi-disciplinary team from the occupational therapy perspective, as well as employing their specialist knowledge as an OT to ensure KCC offers comprehensive support programmes that enable the child, the family and the educational setting.
Relevant qualifications, HCPC registration and enhanced DBS checks required;
Must be a ‘hands on’ therapist with a passion for treating children;
Minimum 3 years postgraduate paediatric experience;
Must be trained and experienced in SI (Minimum module 1);
Ideally has training and experience in Therapeutic Listening;
NDT training and experience is desirable;
Experienced in delivering in-clinic and in-school therapy services;
Must be competent in carrying out EHCP assessments and reports;
Exceptional clinical and interpersonal skills;
Highly organised, efficient with the ability to work independently;
Excellent rate of pay and flexible working hours;
Use of own transport would be beneficial.
We look forward to hearing from you!!