Job Title:             Community Occupational Therapist

Grade:                 Band 6 or equivalent

Salary:                Competitive


  • Travel time moment you leave home and expenses paid
  • Professional fees paid
  • In-house, office based 24/7 clinical support
  • Training and development opportunities
  • 33 days Annual Leave (including Bank Holidays)


About HomeLink:

HomeLink Healthcare Limited is a privately-owned healthcare company, primarily providing at-home healthcare services to patients of NHS hospitals. We believe that patients should have the choice to be treated at home instead of in hospital, improving their recovery experience and releasing bed capacity for NHS hospitals saving costs. We are currently working within the acute NHS hospital and community services providing care for early supportive discharge and supporting community nursing. HomeLink Healthcare’s model operates using a holistic approach to patient care, emphasising preventative health measures. The focus is for our nurses to spend more time in direct patient care. We believe better patient outcomes are achieved by seeing less patients daily.


Key Responsibilities:

  • To be professionally accountable and responsible for all aspects of own work working within accepted codes of professional conduct and clinical guidelines to minimise clinical risk.
  • Responsible for caseload of referred patients with a range of conditions/needs.
  • Undertake comprehensive functional assessments of patients using knowledge of evidence-based practice, and rehabilitation expertise.
  • Monitor and reassess treatment and patient status to progress and adjust treatments effectively.
  • Develop comprehensive discharge plans, referring to specialist services as indicated.
  • Responsible for the competent use of equipment and patient appliances as indicated.


Occupational Therapist Requirements:

  • Professional registration with the Health and Care Professions Council.
  • Diploma/Degree in Occupational Therapy.
  • Documented evidence of continuing professional development.
  • Knowledge of the principles of clinical governance and its implications for occupational therapy.
  • Awareness of assessing/ managing/preventing risk in the working environment.
  • Have a drivers licence and access to their own vehicle.


Our mission is to create a diverse workforce, we encourage applications from individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but individuals must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK.


If you believe you are right for the role, Please apply and click SUBMIT below.


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