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|Location||Salary||Job Type||Closing Date|
|Windsor||Comp. hourly + travel||Part-Time/Flex/Contract||7 September 2023|
Are you the type of person who is rewarded by helping others to thrive?
Are you enrolled on a health or sports science-based course, preferably at post-graduate level?
Have you any experience coaching or training individuals?
Are you looking to expand your practical experience in a mental healthcare role?
We are looking for someone to fill the role of Personal Programme Assistant to one of our clients, who is about to undertake one of our rehabilitation programmes after acquiring a traumatic brain injury. You won’t be alone, you will be guided and supervised on a weekly basis by the specialist Neuro-Occupational Therapist who designed the programme that you will be helping to deliver.
Assist the client with the programmed activities to help them to achieve their full potential.
Typical activities include: teaching memory strategies, re-learning household tasks, rediscovering leisure activities, re-engaging with social activities or preparing to return to work.
Work closely with a clinical supervisor to deliver the rehabilitation plan as specified.
Take observations and keep accurate records of every session.
Maintain the absolute confidentiality expected within an occupational healthcare role.
The number of hours per week are set by the programme, though specific timings are flexible and the programme will be tailored to fit in with the reasonable needs of you and the client.
|Essential Skills||Desirable Skills|
|Have a background in health or sports science|
Be able to work independently and within a team
Have a positive approach to challenging situations
Can take clear clinical notes from observations
Be flexible, adaptable and reliable
|Be proficient with Microsoft Office|
Be able to prioritise
Able to use initiative
Good verbal skills
Time management skills
We are a pioneering neuro-occupational health provider who specialise in the creation and delivery of home-based rehabilitation programmes for clients that have acquired brain injury, typically from a road traffic collision. We have been providing our award-winning services for almost 30 years and helped countless individuals achieve extraordinary goals following life-changing injuries.
If you answered yes to any of the above questions and this sounds like a role that would interest you, contact Lisa forwarding your CV and/or a short personal statement telling us why you feel this opportunity belongs to you.
Download a copy of this job specification here.