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      Wheelchair Clinician PT/OT

      We have an exciting opportunity for a Wheelchair Clinician PT/OT to join our team in Harrow

      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 role summary:

      The post holder will work as a member of a highly skilled team of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Rehabilitation Engineers and support staff within the Posture and Mobility centre providing Wheelchair and Special Seating services.

      The successful applicant will be involved in the assessment and provision of specialist equipment, these will include buggies and wheelchairs, active user wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs, pressure care cushions, postural support equipment, specialist seating and associated accessories.

      What we can offer

      • Competitive salary
      • Incremental holiday allowance 33 days up to 38 days ( inclusive of bank holidays)
      • Performance related bonus
      • HCPC fees paid
      • Refer a friend incentive scheme
      • Continuing professional development
      • Ongoing internal and external training and courses

      What experience you will need:

      • Recognised Clinical degree or diploma
      • HCPC registered
      • Minimum 3 years post qualification experience in a relevant field
      • Knowledge and experience of wheelchairs, pressure relieving cushions and special seating – not necessarily having previously worked in a wheelchair service.

      To apply, please send your CV to recruitment@abilitymatters.com today for an initial chat.

      Ability Matters Group Limited are an equal opportunities employer, we have a clear goal of driving diversity and inclusion across all operations of the group.

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