Salary- £43,680 pro rata
Hours of Work- Part-time 15 hours per week
Closing date- 12pm 30th May 2023- Applications will be shortlisted upon receipt
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About the role

We are looking for an Occupational Therapist to provide high standards of person centred occupational therapy to children and adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, chronic or life shortening conditions and other complex needs. You will support a team of support staff to meet the occupational, behavioural and communication needs of the people who use our services.

You will be expected to provide a range of sensory-based programmes for individuals and small groups of people with complex needs and manage a small caseload of children and adults with complex and profound physical, sensory and learning disabilities.

Career Pathway

At Guild Care, we are passionate about career progression for all our employees, we have developed clear learning pathways for all our job roles at Guild Care. We take everyone’s career goals seriously, whether you want to be an amazing Care Assistant or our next Director of Care. We’re proud that the average length of service for our care home senior management team is 17 years- some of whom started as Care Assistants and followed our career pathways.

Why work for Guild Care?

Guild Care is Worthing’s leading social care charity, supporting people to live well, enjoy life, and love every day. Guild Care was established in 1933 and since then Since then the charity has gone from strength to strength, listening to people and adapting over the decades to the needs of the local community of Worthing and its surrounding areas. Each year over 3,000 people and their families will be touched by one of our diverse range of more than 30 community services. These will include:

• Home care service
• Community transport service
• Respite and short breaks for carers of people living with dementia, or who are frail or elderly
• Support services for families of children and adults with disabilities and additional needs
• Day services for older people
• Three care homes providing dementia, nursing, residential and respite care
• Supported housing schemes and assisted living accommodation

Guild Care is also one of the largest employers in Worthing, with over 550 dedicated and caring staff and the support of more than 300 fantastic volunteers.

Benefits for Guild Care colleagues

Working for a local charity that has supported the community since 1933
• Refer a friend scheme- you could earn £500 for recommending a friend to Guild Care
• 20-25 days holiday (plus bank holidays)
• Pension scheme
• Sick pay
• Flexible shift patterns
• Free DBS check
• Excellent learning and development opportunities and clear defined care career pathway
• Employee Assistance Programme including financial and well-being support.
• Local offers for Guild Care staff

Get in touch

If you would like to find out more about the role our Recruitment Team is always happy to help answer any questions you may have. For an informal chat please call 01903 863154.

How to apply

Please complete the short application form

Alternatively, email your CV or interest to us at [email protected] or call 01903 863154.

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