In Falkirk we are proud and passionate about the work we do.
We are proud to have a workforce with values that promote human rights, social justice and professional integrity. We recognise the importance of diversity within our organisation that reflects the communities we serve.
We are looking for..
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a registered Occupational Therapist to join our Children and Families service in Falkirk. You will need to have experience in working with Children and families and knowledge of relevant policies, legislation and guidance together with an ability to assess and manage risk.
The position is located within our busy multi-disciplinary Children with Disabilities team. The team consists of Social Workers, Occupational Therapists and Support staff who work across the Falkirk Council area. The Occupational Therapists provide Occupational Therapy support to children in both their home and education environments; close liaison and work with a variety of other disciplines is a core part of the job.
This post requires qualification at Occupational Therapy Degree or Diploma level, registration with HPC and relevant prior experience. Successful applicants will be subject to PVG scheme checks.
Why you should consider Falkirk as the next step in your career.
We have a dynamic and forward-thinking workforce, who are committed to make a positive difference for people accessing services and living in our communities. Trauma informed, relationships and strengths based social work sits at the heart of our practice.
We promote a culture where all our people feel valued, included and able to be their best at work. This supports our mission to be recognised as a learning organisation promoting openness, creativity, and experimentation across the workforce.
We work hard to develop our staff and expose them to a wide range of opportunities. We encourage our workforce to acquire and share knowledge, information, and resources. We nurture innovation, including service co-design that’s shaped by lived experiences and we provide freedom to try new things, to risk failure and to learn from both mistakes, and promising and good practice.
When it comes to taking care of our employees, we are proud to offer:
If you would like more information or for an informal discussion, please contact:-
Philomena Bain, Assistant Team Manager – [email protected]
Laura Lowrie, Service Manager: [email protected]
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