Clinical lead Therapist

      We have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Lead Physiotherapist/ Occupational Therapist to join our team in our Wheelchair service in Staffordshire.

      Are you:

      Looking to take the next step upwards in your career pathway?

      Looking to join one of the fastest growing clinical service delivery companies in the UK?

      Do you:

      Want to join an organisation and team that believes in putting the patient first and focuses on improving the lives of individuals through innovation and service development?

      Want to join a team that focuses on staff and people development?
      We want to hear from you!!

      Opcare, part of the international healthcare company Ability Matters Group, is one of the largest suppliers of artificial limb, orthotic, and posture and mobility services to the NHS in England. We consistently deliver a first class service for users, whilst applying the most advanced and exciting clinical and technical solutions available to patients.

      Job summary

      The role holder will lead a clinical team in an Opcare Centre in assessing patients in conjunction with other members of the interdisciplinary team as appropriate then ensures treatment is provided based on best practice. Ensures the highest standards of clinical, operational, financial, and Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality governance within the centre. Ensuring that the centre both profitably and ethically achieves its goals, delivers clinical excellence, meets/exceeds KPIs and operates within financial budgets & targets and ultimately allows us to deliver the best possible patient care and patient outcomes within the centre.

      Key Purpose of the Role

      • Deliver excellence in clinical patient care to all service users in accordance with the service criteria.
      • Line management of the Clinical Team within their service, build and maintain a culture which supports personal growth and development.
      • Effectively manage clinical prescriptive standards in line with company product matrices, and service budget.
      • Create effective professional relationships with key stakeholders (internal and external) to support the success criteria of the service.
      • Evaluate, encourage and support a culture of continuous improvement and innovation within your service and the wider organisation.

      Skills & Personal Attributes

      The position requires the job holder to possess:

      • Proven practical experience working successfully at a senior level as an Occupational Therapist/Physiotherapist.
      • Committed to the highest standards of patient care and practice in line with the role holders state registration e.g. HCPC.
      • Able to prioritise, plan and organise efficiently and work with multiple conflicting priorities.
      • Proven experience of motivating and working within high performing teams.
      • Ability to build and maintain excellent working relationships internally and externally.
      • Established interpersonal and communication skills, demonstrates robust judgements and ability to make sound decisions quickly and effectively in complex situations.
      • A strategic thinker who inspires a pro-active culture, which promotes continuous improvement and drives innovations within the business.
      • Full DBS clearance.

      Qualifications and essential criteria

      • BSc degree Occupational Therapist/Physiotherapist as a minimum
      • HCPC Registered

      If you would like to apply for this role, please submit an updated CV to

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