1 Formatted: Right: pt OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST - OLDER PEOPLES COMMUNITY HEALTH Parkview Resource Centre Job Reference: G Closing Date: 30 March 2018
2 Dear applicant, Thank you for your interest in this post and for taking the time to read this information pack. We hope this exciting and rewarding role catches your imagination and that you are encouraged to apply. As the largest Health Board in Scotland, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde plays a vital role in the education and training of doctors, nurses and other health professionals, working closely with local universities and colleges. It also provides the full range of community hospital services. The Board has an annual turnover of billion per year. It serves a population of 1.14 million people and employs 39,286 staff. The following is included in this information pack to help you with your application: Job description Person specification A summary of the terms and conditions for the post Agenda for Change pay bands and points The application process Guidance for completing your application form Working for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde If you have a disability or long-term health problem, the Board is committed to offering reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process and employment. If you require further information or support, please contact Recruitment Services. We very much look forward to receiving your application. Recruitment Services
3 NHS GREATER GLASGOW & CLYDE JOB DESCRIPTION JOB IDENTIFICATION Job Title: Responsible to (insert job title): Occupational Therapist Lead Occupational Therapist Department(s): Directorate: 1. JOB PURPOSE The post holder will manage a defined caseload and will carry out Occupational Therapy assessments, treatment and evaluation of this intervention to identify mental and physical barriers to an individual patient s level of function in daily life-skill activities. The Occupational Therapist will work with the patient on an individual or group work basis to enable and rehabilitate their level of function in these activities in order to maximise their level independence within their living and community environment. The Occupational Therapist will work as part of a multidisciplinary & integrated multi agency team and engage in team activities such as mental health assessment, team risk assessment, team audit and research. 3. ROLE OF DEPARTMENT Occupational Therapy staff in Mental Health work with multi-disciplinary & integrated multi agency teams to provide services which enable patients to achieve health, well-being and a level of independence through participation in graded treatment programmes thus limiting impact of physical and mental health problems on ability to function independently.
4 Occupational Therapy assessments are utilised within the multi disciplinary team and external agencies (including 3 rd sector agencies) to identify the person s functional ability and provide a baseline on levels of support which may be required/ identified to maintain a level of independence in a variety of living environments. To develop and maintain an evidence based OT service, Occupational Therapists use a range of OT specific and generic standardised assessments. This would include assessment for and prescription of adaptive equipment and assessment of risk. Service Mental Health Services in NHSGGC cover a range of areas including Addictions, In Patient Mental Health for adult and elderly, Community Mental Health Teams for adult and elderly and Forensic Services. This post is for. (Delete as appropriate) Forensic Services - The Forensic Directorate is comprised of medium secure unit, low secure unit and forensic community mental health and learning disabilities team. Those working for the Forensic Directorate can work within any of these areas at any time, The role of the forensic Occupational Therapist is based on the evidence that engagement in meaningful everyday activity is important for promoting health, reducing symptoms of mental illness, reducing or managing risk and offending behaviour. Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT) Occupational Therapists work as part of the multi disciplinary team and carry a case load providing both core profession specific and team tasks. CMHTs provide mental health services to the local population for individuals who have complex mental health needs, as well as supporting carers, as required by legislation. Inpatient Services Occupational Therapists working in inpatients deliver interventions to patients who are aged 18 and over. Occupational Therapists work as part of a multi disciplinary team and provide assessment, treatment and discharge planning interventions. Inpatient services cover adult and older people s acute admissions, adult rehabilitation, and Intensive care.
5 4. ORGANISATIONAL POSITION Lead Occupational Therapist Specialist Occupational Therapist AHP Colleagues This Post Multi disciplinary Colleagues O T Support Staff This may vary area to area and may need changed) 5. SCOPE AND RANGE Occupational Therapy staff within the Mental Health system work with multi-disciplinary & multi agency teams to provide services which enable patients to achieve health, well-being and a level of independence through participation in graded treatment programmes thus limiting impact of physical and mental health problems on the ability to function independently. Occupational therapy assessments are utilised within the multi disciplinary team and external agencies (including 3 rd sector agencies) to identify the person s functional ability and provide a baseline on which levels of support may be required/ identified to maintain a level of independence in a variety of living environments. To develop and maintain an evidence based OT service, Occupational Therapists uses a range of OT specific and generic standardised assessments. This would include assessment for and prescription of adaptive equipment including assessment of risk. By engaging in the professional Occupational Therapy supervision process with a senior Occupational Therapist, the post holder will participate in the delivery of an evidenced based Occupational Therapy service. The Occupational Therapist will be expected to participate in the clinical development framework within their area and professional training opportunities available, including the grade specific Mental Health Development programme for Occupational Therapists which includes a monthly training facility and access to a mentor. The Occupational Therapist will provide leadership for junior staff as delegated and supported by their supervisor.
6 6. MAIN DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES Clinical To plan and implement client centred individual and/or group interventions, using skills to assess, grade, modify, review and evaluate clinical intervention to deliver therapeutic goals & maximised functional independence and rehabilitation potential within their specialist area. To undertake Occupational Therapy assessments which will identify factors affecting the patient s functional performance. These factors may include physical as well as mental health barriers to function. To work in partnership with the patients to establish realistic and achievable Occupational Therapy goals and contribute to the overall multidisciplinary & multi agency treatment approach. To apply evidence based approach to clinical interventions including the use of standardised assessments and outcome measures allowing clinical evaluation of the Occupational Therapy process. To manage designated clinical caseload efficiently & effectively and apply principles of organisation e.g. to document all clinical interventions, organise appointments, liaise with other disciplines and inform the overall multidisciplinary approach. As part of the multi disciplinary team the post holder will contribute to and participate in the multidisciplinary assessments process, e.g. risk assessment, single shared assessment, mental health assessments and diagnosis of conditions. To demonstrate knowledge of mental illness and its potential impact on the individual, their carers and their living and working environment. To undertake clinical risk assessment in order to inform the multi-disciplinary & integrated multi agency care planning process & assist in the creation of risk management plans. To work in a psychologically minded way with patients and utilise evidence based low intensity interventions; following relevant training, as deemed appropriate for the service. (e.g. Behavioural Activation, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) Professional To comply with the COT Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and national and local policies and procedures. To be aware of diversity issues and contribute to discussion which will affect the planning of services to meet individual needs.
7 To review and reflect on personal practice and performance through participation in established supervision and appraisal systems. To apply acquired skills and knowledge of professional practice in order to develop competence and fitness to practice as an Occupational Therapist, facilitated through engagement in the professional clinical supervision process. To demonstrate ongoing professional development through participation in internal and external development opportunities e.g. mentoring programme, recording learning outcomes in a portfolio and statutory training. To be aware of risk issues and contribute to the risk assessment and risk management planning for individuals. To demonstrate understanding of national guidelines and legislation relating to health and social, care and their impact on service provision. To be aware of equality and diversity issues in order that the patients receive interventions appropriate to their cultural and religious needs. Educational and Research To participate in the induction, training and education of students and other staff in this setting To demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate current research and through discussion with supervisor apply to practice. To participate in the delivery of the occupational therapy learning plan. To research evidence base for clinical interventions and assessment relevant to the local clinical practice. To participate in the development and audit of impact of relevant clinical guidelines ensuring clinical effectiveness to optimise patient care. Managerial To exercise good personal time management, punctuality and consistent reliable attendance. With direction and guidance from superviser to undertake clinical and professional supervision of staff and students, as deemed appropriate. With direction and guidance from superviser to deputise for some of the Specialist Occupational Therapy staff duties (e.g. sickness reporting, clinical appointments, supervision of staff) to maintain continuity of service delivery in their absence, as deemed appropriate e.g. Annual Leave or Sickness Absence.
8 To be responsible for monitoring stock, advising on resources to carry out the job, including the responsible use of petty cash. To comply with Health & Safety legislation, to maintain a safe working environment for patients and staff through the use of local policies e.g. therapeutic kitchen guidelines and non clinical sharps policy. To comply with all organisational policies. Organisational With senior staff, to participate in the planning, reviewing and development of the OT service 7a. EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY To use relevant alarm systems within the service areas. To assess, prescribe and fit a range of therapeutic equipment which will maintain and/or restore the patient s level of function in a range of activities and environments. To utilise knowledge of equipment, adaptations and assessment of clinical risk to assess, fit and educate patients and carers on correct use of equipment. To use a range of everyday equipment / machinery within therapeutic, patient s home and community environment relating to policies / guidelines and risk assessment. 7b. SYSTEMS To ensure that security check systems are maintained and utilised in accordance with directorate and departmental standards. To access the NHSGGC Equipu Store or other local authority systems to order equipment and adaptations for client care. To ensure that up to date written and electronic records and activity data are maintained in accordance with Health & Social Care Partnership, professional & local multidisciplinary standards and provide specialist occupational therapy reports to the practice setting. To be responsible for delegated administrative tasks, e.g. monitoring stock, advising on resources required to do the job.
9 8. DECISIONS AND JUDGEMENTS Deleted: To independently use professional clinical reasoning skills with regard to patient care & rehabilitation including assessment of clinical risk and using appropriate networks to respond to clinical crisis situations, in adherence to professional codes of conducts. Following Occupational Therapy assessment the post holder will decide on tasks which can be delegated to technical/support staff and will monitor staff performance in relation to these specific clinical tasks. Occupational Therapists will inform the wider departmental supervision process in relation to junior staff and students in relation to clinical performance. To demonstrate understanding of, and participate in the implementation of policy in the service area. The Occupational Therapist would be expected to seek out clinical supervision as required to facilitate and support their clinical reasoning & decisions and judgements as required. 9. COMMUNICATIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS To establish communication networks with patients, carers and other health care workers and agencies. Occupational Therapists routinely require to communicate details of the potential impact of symptoms / diagnosis on ability to carry out everyday tasks to users and carers, taking into consideration the sensitive nature of information relating to mental health problems and using communication skills to establish, develop and maintain therapeutic relationships. To gain consent from the patient for the sharing of information across agencies and their participation in OT intervention using negotiation skills. To participate and work as a member of the multidisciplinary & multi agency team, contributing to decisions with regard to patients care programmes and communicating outcomes of Occupational Therapy assessment and treatment plans. This will include attendance at clinical and development meetings, reviews, case conferences, CPA etc. To promote awareness of the role of Occupational Therapy,with patients and carers and informal and external visitors who engage within the multidisciplinary team. Occupational Therapists will routinely communicate with patients who experience barriers to their communication as a result of presenting mental health problems, Occupational Therapists may require to communicate with patient s and carers who may not use English as a first language due to cultural diversity within divisional boundaries.
10 To actively engage in the development of professional relationships within the wider Occupational Therapy structure in order to ensure effective networking and maximise use of support and supervision frameworks to aid all aspects of professional development. 10. PHYSICAL, MENTAL, EMOTIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB Physical Demands The post holder would be expected to routinely undertake a variety of physical activities potentially in confined spaces such as patients home. This could include manual handling of patients, manipulation and installation of equipment such as, toilet frames, chair raisers, transportation of patients or equipment in car, hospital or public transport following risk assessment. Involvement in breakaway techniques or management of aggression techniques, which may require the physical restraint of client and intense physical effort. Forensic only delete as appropriate - Working within the confines of a secure environment e.g. use of keys Mental Demands The post holder would routinely experience the mental demands of assessing and treating patients with complex problems. This may include prolonged concentration requirements (2-3 hours at a time), problem solving and clinical reasoning, observing and responding to changes in patients condition or presentation and the ability to respond to unpredictable demands and challenging behaviours. The ability to time management, self organise and prioritise caseload is expected within this role. Emotional Demands In most cases within this role the post holder will be dealing with people with mental health conditions who engage in risk taking behaviour such as self harm, suicide & abuse and maintaining professionalism at all times. Additional emotional demands may include dealing directly with addiction related problems, the risk of or actual dangerous situations /aggressive (verbal and physical) behaviour of patients, relatives, carers or friends, working with terminally ill patients or those with deteriorating condition, complex family or carer dynamics. Forensic Only delete as appropriate Caring for clients with severely challenging behaviour, index offences such as child abuse, homicide, sexual assault and managing personal feelings in relation to this. Working Conditions The post holder will be required to work in a variety of working environments including, working in patients houses with the potential for unpleasant working conditions, e.g. tobacco smoke, variable temperatures, pets, spillages and strong aromas, exposure to bodily fluids, working in isolation on community visits, in deprived social areas or potentially unsafe / unpredictable situations / environments in a city which is known to have high risk areas and where therapists have limited ability to influence external factors which may impact on therapeutic interventions.
11 Forensic Only delete as appropriate - Working in secure environments both medium and low secure. 11. MOST CHALLENGING/DIFFICULT PARTS OF THE JOB Establish and maintain a therapeutic relationship with patients with mental health problems due to the unpredictability of patterns of behaviour and limitations of communication in order to maximise their functional potential. The post holder is required to develop and maintain core and specialist Occupational Therapy skills. By demonstrating the scope of professional practice will continually reinforce the Occupational Therapy role within the multidisciplinary team. Maintaining professional identity within the multidisciplinary team and developing effective working relationships. Balancing the patients expectations with those of the carers and in line with realistic treatment outcomes. Having the responsibility to assess clinical and environmental risk, complex needs, deal with challenging situations and cope with the emotional demands of these. Ensuring a client centred approach within a multidisciplinary environment. Education of patients in safe use of environment. Exposure to patient and family/carer distress and the ability to manage this through discussion within supervision. Develop skills to take on staff supervision and management role as appropriate. 12. KNOWLEDGE, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED TO DO THE JOB Diploma / degree in Occupational Therapy. Registered with Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) Knowledge and understanding of mental health conditions. Developing critical analysis skills related to applying research findings. Membership with British Association of Occupational Therapists (BAOT) desirable.
12 Ability to demonstrate person centred care through the use of a range of verbal and non verbal communication skills to facilitate caring relationships and effective team working. To demonstrate caring and compassionate behaviours with patients, relatives, carers and colleagues, maintaining dignity and respect within all interactions and therapeutic interventions. Forensic Only delete as appropriate Understanding of risk assessment and risk management in order to work effectively within a secure environment.
13 Job title Summary of terms and conditions The terms and conditions of service are those approved and amended from time to time by the National Agenda for Change Terms and Conditions Agreement. Job reference number Occupational Therapist - Older Peoples Community Health G Closing date 30 March 2018 Vacancy enquiries to Agenda for Change band: Band 5 Salary Hours Base Contract type Annual leave Superannuation For information specific to the role, contact: Debbie Scott, Please refer to Agenda for Change Payscale on the following page. All values are per annum (pro rata where applicable). Please note candidates new to the NHS should expect to start at the entry point of the payscale shown hours per week Parkview Resource Centre Permanent The basic annual leave entitlement in a full year commencing 1st April to 31st March is 27 Days on appointment, rising to 29 days after five years and 33 days after 10 years. Leave entitlement is pro rata where applicable. All employees are automatically enrolled it the Scottish Public Pensions Agency. Healthcare Support Workers All NHS Scotland postholders that are not governed by a regulatory or professional body are considered to be healthcare support workers. On appointment, you will be expected to comply with the NHS Scotland Mandatory Induction Standards and Code of Conduct for Healthcare Support Workers. Smokefree policy Equal opportunities Healthcare Support Workers are expected at all times to practice competencies that demonstrate insight, understanding and mutual respect of patients, their families, carers and work colleagues. Whether in a clinical or non-clinical role the post holder is expected at all times to be an exemplar of person centred care, embracing their Code of Conduct to a high standard as part of an integrated health professional team. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde operates a smokefree policy on all premises and grounds. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is as an equal opportunities employer.
14 Agenda for Change pay bands and points Point Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4 Band 5 Band 6 Band 7 Band 8 Band ,532 16, , , ,760 17, ,295 18, ,903 18, , , ,302 20, ,727 20, , , , ,440 22, ,910 22, , , , ,830 26, ,911 27, ,034 29, , , ,013 32, ,058 33, ,234 34, ,933 35, , , , ,833 40, ,205 42, , , ,562 47, ,000 49, , , ,232 57, ,799 58, , , ,599 68, ,559 70, , , ,011 81, ,932 84, , , , ,450 Range A Range B Range C Range D
15 The Application Process Please ensure you read the Job Description and Person Specification along with the guidance notes on completing your application form. The hiring manager will shortlist an application for interview based on its content, therefore it is in your best interests to ensure you submit a fully and appropriately completed application. You will receive confirmation that your application submission has been received when you submit your online application form. When we begin to process your application, you will receive an from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde confirming receipt. If you have not received a confirmation within 3 days working days from the closing date, please Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde receive, we are unable to write to applicants who are not successfully shortlisted for interview. Accordingly, if you have not received an invitation for interview within six weeks of the closing date please assume on this occasion you have been unsuccessful. We hope this will not deter you from applying again. We will use several methods of communication to advise you of each stage of the recruitment process this includes: , letter, SMS text, or telephone. It is essential that you regularly check your and your phone to see if we have been in contact with you to update you on the progress of your application. Please ensure your account does not treat NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde as spam or junk by adjusting the necessary settings. Please ensure you retain a copy of the job description and person specification for the post you are applying for you will need this to help you prepare if you are selected for interview. Please retain details of the job reference number you will need this if contacting NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Recruitment Services. Should you require further information or assistance in relation to your application please visit or your enquiry to Please ensure you have the job reference number to hand.
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18 By completing and submitting an application for this post you give your consent for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde to commence pre-employment checks, including reference checks, once your formal conditional offer of employment is made to you. Click Here for more information. For details on NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde s pre-employment check procedures, please visit the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde recruitment guidance for applicants. Part A (Personal information), Part B (Declarations), Part C (Application Details) The job description provides information about the main duties and responsibilities of the post being advertised. It also describes the purpose of the post. Please ensure that your application form clearly demonstrates how your skills / knowledge / experience can be utilised in the role. The job description and person specification also specify the requirements or criteria (knowledge, skills, experience, abilities and qualifications) that are essential or desirable to perform the duties outlined. Please ensure in your application that you demonstrate how you meet the minimum essential criteria and where applicable, the desirable criteria for the role. Certain posts in NHS Scotland are exempt from the 1974 Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exclusions & Exceptions) (Scotland) Order Click Here for more information. If the advertisement for this position has declared that we require a Disclosure Scotland PVG Scheme Membership / Disclosure Scotland Check, you must declare any previous convictions, classed as either spent or unspent, including criminal convictions received outside the United Kingdom. The Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 states that it is a criminal offence to employ a person who is not entitled to work in the United Kingdom (UK). Consequently, before NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde offers employment, the prospective employee must provide evidence, that he/she is entitled to work in the UK. All applicants regardless of nationality will be asked to provide evidence of eligibility to live and work in the UK. As a Disability Confident Employer, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde operates a Guarantee Interview Scheme for disabled applicants. Candidates who have declared a disability and who meet the minimum essential criteria outlined within the job description / person specification will be guaranteed an interview. You must provide full and complete employment references including a work address (personal address for employment references may not be acceptable) covering a minimum period of the last three years. Employment referees
19 should be listed in chronological order that is the most recent first. If you have had more than two employers in the last three years we will require additional references. Character referees should only be used in the event that you cannot provide two employer references covering the last three years. Any gaps in employment history must be detailed within your supporting statement and will be explored carefully with you at the interview stage. If you have an employment history of less than three years, you should provide full details of an academic referee or other person who is not a friend, is not related to you or involved in any financial arrangement with you to provide a personal reference. If you have had no previous employment or have been selfemployed you should provide details of two personal referees as outlined above and where applicable evidence to confirm your status (i.e. letter from Jobcentre Plus, academic record or evidence from HM Revenue & Customs) if you are shortlisted for interview. Your application form provides you with an opportunity to provide a supporting statement. This section is one of the most important in the application form as the information that is provided here will be evaluated and used to decide if you are invited to attend interview. This section gives you the opportunity to describe and demonstrate the particular qualifications, skills, abilities, knowledge, relevant experience and other qualities that make you a good candidate for the post. Part D (Equal Opportunities) This part of the form is optional and the information you provide in this section exercises no part of the selection process. It is treated in confidence and only the Recruitment Service or Human Resources staff can access this information for the purpose of recording and compliance monitoring, to ensure our workforce is balanced and represents the best candidates from all parts of society regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity status, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation and/or socio-economic status. Data Protection Act 1998 The information you provide on your application will be treated in confidence. Only those NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde staff involved in the selection process and processing your application will see your application form. If you are the successful applicant your application form will be retained and used to create your employee record file. Your application form will be held for 12
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21 Working for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde About us NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is the largest health board and provider of healthcare in Scotland and one of the largest health care providers in the UK. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde s purpose is to: Deliver effective and high quality health services, to act to improve the health of our population and to do everything we can to address the wider social determinants of health which cause health inequalities. The Board works in close partnership with other NHS organisations, local authorities and other agencies including the third sector to ensure that social work, education, housing, employment and environmental services unite effectively and efficiently with the NHS in tackling inequalities and underlying health problems in local communities. The future shape of health and social care provision is changing following the move to establish new statutory Partnerships between NHS and Local Authorities, responsible for the planning and delivery of Health and Social care for local populations. This requires the development of very different relationships between primary care, mental health services, community and acute services. NHS GGC serves a population of 1.2 million (over 1/5 of the population of Scotland) with services provided by 39,000 staff. The geographical area covered includes: Glasgow City, West Dunbartonshire, Inverclyde, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, East Dunbartonshire and North Glasgow (Stepps-Moodiesburn corridor). Our services NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde provides a full range of Secondary and Tertiary Clinical services, Primary Care, Mental Health and Community services included in which are a number of world-class specialist services. Find out more about NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde at If you want to know more about the NHS Scotland, visit
22 If you are successful in your application to join us, you will be working within one of our Acute, Primary and Community Care Services. These services are in turn supported by a range of Corporate Service functions including Administration, ehealth, Finance, Human Resources, Public Health, Corporate Planning, Facilities and Estates. Click Here to find out more about our Community Services Click Here to find out more about our Mental Health Services Click here to find out more about the services in your area Employee benefits We offer all our staff excellent benefits including; NHS Superannuation pension scheme, Child Care Vouchers, Bursaries to support education and training, Interest free loans to purchase Zonecards for trains, buses, underground and some ferries Cycle to work interest-free loans to purchase bicycles and equipment For more information on the benefits available to NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde staff, visit Further information For further information on any aspect of the recruitment process or for further details on working within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde contact: NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Recruitment Services West Glasgow Ambulatory Care Hospital Dalnair Street Glasgow G3 8SJ Tel: +44 (0)
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