Occupational Therapist -Integrated Community

Location Berkshire, England
Salary £26.00 - £28.50 per hour
Discipline
  • To lead in the development and improvement of integrated working arrangements with equipment provision within ASC and partnership organisations. This will include but is not limited to Oxford University Hospitals, Oxford Health, Children’s teams and Oxfordshire CCG.
 
  • To take a lead role in contributing to the achievement of cost reduction targets as agreed by OCC and OCCG.

  • In conjunction with the contracts officer, OCCG Lead and ASM OT Lead, to utilise the NRS database to generate reports and scrutinise performance to effectively manage clinical effectiveness including quality assurance, resources and efficiency savings.
 
  • To develop in conjunction with the ASM OT Lead and OCCG Lead good practice within ASC teams and Health (including children) to ensure that service developments are effectively embedded to include best use of equipment provision, providing and updating OCC guidance (OT toolkit) and ICES documents, and communicate any changes clearly ensuring operational processes and documentation are fit for purpose for all services.
 

 
  • To support ASC in ensuring that the teams are operating within the requirements of the Care Act 2014 and any other legislation and guidance as may be relevant to support individuals/families and their carers’ and where possible assist to reducing care provision.
 
  • Share knowledge and act as a key resource and collaborate with companies in relation to equipment and amendments to the ICES catalogue.
 
  • To provide supervision and appraisal to identified staff or students in line with OCC Supervision Policy.

  • To assist the ASM OT Lead and OCCG Lead in the operational management of the contract including attendance at relevant operational and management meetings including the Equipment Review Group, and the Specialist Equipment Advisory Group.
 

To support the complaints and concerns process in line with the Complaints Procedure through attending the ICES complaint meetings and implementing any clinical learning actions and outcomes