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We are looking for a Paediatric OT!

Job purpose:

  • To assess and treat children with a range of Developmental Disorders within Tree Tops clinic and the school environment. To deliver monthly OT service to mainstream SLA schools  

Key Responsibilities and duties:

  • Assessment of child’s fine /gross motor development, visual perceptual and handwriting skills using standardised tests
  • Take lead role in treatment sessions with support of OT assistant or graduate OT 
  • Supervise children within treatment sessions
  • Monitor the child’s progress and re-grade treatment activities according to their need 
  • Plan and organise individual treatment sessions within clinic, child’s home or school
  • Implement school based motor skills and other therapeutic programmes 
  • Conduct school visits for assessment or treatment purpose
  • Compile professional OT reports for assessment, review and discharge
  • Document weekly child’s progress
  • Attend multi-disciplinary or school meetings as required
  • Liaise with parents, health professionals and education staff
  • Manage own clinical caseload 
  • Ensure children are achieving good progress with effective clinical outcomes
  • Deliver basic training to parents and education from SLA schools
  • Assist during Tree Tops training days 
  • Attend training to develop relevant knowledge and skills
  • Ensure high standard of health and safety with regard to child, equipment and person 


  • Further develop sensory integration expertise and knowledge with all clients groups 
  • Work towards SI accreditation 
  • With clinical lead consider research options to support and monitor success of motor skills programmes in schools 
  • Take a more active teaching role in training events 
  • Introduce new graded programmes and activities for children in clinic and schools 

Person specifications

A dynamic self-motivated individual with a passion for affecting positive changes in a child’s life using clinically proven SI based interventions. You must be able to work independently within different environments and as part of a team. You will possess excellent clinical reasoning skills to produce effective outcomes, with a desire to develop your expertise in Sensory Integration. 

Starting salary: 

Dependent on experience and competency level

Band 5/6 

Hours: 25 per week 

Three days per week -Tuesday to Thursday (but will need flexibility) 

Annual leave: 5.6 Weeks pro rata

Car driver essential 

Please contact for more information.

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