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Occupational Therapist

Location:Lancashire, North West, EnglandSalary: £26 per hourJob Reference: DM67
Day Webster are currently recruiting a Band 6 Occupational Therapist

What you need – Role requirements

Mon-fri 9-5
Weekend working can be accommodated 
To assume responsibility for management of a defined caseload using specialist knowledge and advanced
clinical reasoning to undertake assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care programs
for children and families, liaising with and referring to relevant agencies as appropriate.

To take an active role in the holistic assessment and treatment of young people who present to the
service, with mental health problems and especially those that are at risk of, or have attempted deliberate self-harm.

Provide liaison with other professionals and agencies in order to provide effective communication leading
to a comprehensive and integrated package of care around the young person, their families and/or carers.

To work as part of a multi-disciplinary team.

To offer therapeutic interventions based on evidence-based practice and in line with the NICE guidelines.

To ensure the clients’ rights of confidentiality are maintained at all times.

To maintain the highest standards of clinical record keeping including electronic data entry and recording,
report writing and the responsible exercise of professional self-governance in accordance with
professional codes of practice/ conduct.

To exercise autonomous professional responsibility for the assessment, treatment and discharge of
children, young people and their families/carers.

To provide an assessment and therapy service based upon the appropriate use, interpretation and
integration of complex data from a variety of sources, including psychological assessments, self-report
measures, rating scales, direct and indirect structured observations as well as interviews with children,
young people and their families/carers.

To undertake risk assessment and risk management for individual children, young people and their

To act as an advocate to facilitate the views and choices expressed by children, young people, families,
groups and communities, where appropriate.

Previous Occupational Therapist experience

HCPC Registration

Day Webster Group currently have positions throughout the United Kingdon, Channel Islands, and Republic of Ireland for AHP/HSS Professionals of all Bands between 3 – 8c; If this isn’t the right role for you and you would be eager to speak to a Specialist Industry expert to discuss your personal requirements and further roles available, contact the team on or 0203 225 6222

Why work for Day Webster Group?

Daily payroll

Access to some of the UK’s most sought-after roles

Timesheet submissions via Mobile

Specialist Industry expert as your dedicated Day Webster Agent available 24/7

Industry leading fast-tracked compliance

Free revalidation support

UK leading referral programs

Accommodation & Travel assistance

Annual contributions for training and CPD courses

Annual Loyalty reward programs

Professional growth opportunities and continuous development support.

Uncapped top tier “Refer a friend” scheme.

About Day Webster Group


As one of the UK’s largest healthcare recruitment agencies, Day Webster Group are not only about filling positions; we're about building careers and fostering a community of professionals dedicated to excellence in healthcare.


Since 2009, Day Webster Group has stood out for our innovative approach, earning numerous awards, including placements on The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 list and regional Best Companies to Work For. Recognised for our commitment to excellence and our deep appreciation for the vital roles our staff play, we support our team members at every step, offering opportunities for those looking for new challenges or aiming to make a significant impact in various healthcare settings.