Lead Therapy Manager
Salary: £33,637 Pro rata
Position: Part time (flexible across 3-4 days, 22 hours per week)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic therapy manager, to join our busy, but fulfilling rehabilitation service, an award winning multi-disciplinary team who provide leading care in the field of brain injury and neurological conditions.
The successful candidate will operationally manage a team of approximately 20 strong, comprising of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech & Language Therapists and Therapy Assistants. You will work closely with the Rehabilitation Manager, the Clinical Nursing Managers and the Community Team Manager with the opportunity to lead on projects/initiatives both within the therapy and the wider company framework as appropriate.
The successful candidate must be a HCPC registered Allied Health Professional (OT/PT/SALT) with managerial experience of working within a therapy team. You will have proven ability to understand, listen to people, motivate and work alongside others to deliver an effective and timely service with well trained, prepared and happy staff.
You will be effective in empowering your team and promoting innovative ways of working and seek opportunities “outside the box”.
Oakleaf Care (Hartwell) Ltd (trading as The Oakleaf Group) have been delivering neurorehabilitation to men for over 15 years, during which time the service has grown significantly to become one of the leading providers of neurorehabilitation in Northamptonshire and has recently been awarded an “Outstanding” status by CQC for their services in Hartwell. Specialist services are supported by the highly skilled and experienced multi-disciplinary team providing a flexible and seamless rehabilitation pathway.
CareTech Community Services Ltd is a provider of specialist social care services supporting 5000 adults with a wide range of needs in more than 300 services across the UK. Committed to the highest standards of care and governance, we provide innovative care pathways for people to live in community settings with learning disabilities, severe physical disabilities, autistic spectrum disorder, challenging behaviour, mental health, forensic needs and acquired brain injury within a range of settings including, supported living services, shared housing, residential services and outreach. We encourage people to take control of their lives – this could be finding employment, having an active social life, learning new skills or building self-confidence