Occupational Therapists are part of a highly innovative, forward-thinking team, assessing, treating and managing patients with complex neurological conditions.
As an Occupational Therapist, you will work within a multidisciplinary team, treating patients with neurological disorders including acquired brain injury, Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness (PDoC), neuro-oncology, spinal cord injury and progressive disorders. You will be predominantly working on our 42-bed, dedicated neuro-rehabilitation unit, with full provision of state-of-the-art therapy equipment, including robotic capabilities and access to a functional assessment suite. You will be part of a highly innovative, evidence-based, forward-thinking Therapy team, and be fully supported in your career development.
As an Occupational Therapist on our Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical wards, you will work with patients with complex orthopaedic and neurological conditions post-surgery. You will be demonstrating competence in appropriate post-operative assessment, treatment and complex discharge planning skills, and occasionally may have to provide clinical support to other acute services when required. You’ll be working alongside experts within the fields, be part of a highly innovative, evidence-based, forward-thinking Therapy team and be fully supported in your career development.
In our 29-bed, state-of-the-art Intensive Care Unit, you’ll have access to our high tech monitoring and life-saving equipment, providing a holistic and personalised 24-hour care approach, complex postural management and seating, cognitive assessment and treatment, and AAC. You’ll be working alongside Consultant Intensivists who are experts in their field, be part of a highly innovative, evidence-based, forward-thinking therapy team and be fully supported in your career development.
Rehabilitation Services Manager
"Working at Cleveland Clinic means I’m part of a motivated and goal orientated team that are passionate about delivering first class patient care. I’m at the centre of a global world renowned health care provider which lets us incorporate cutting edge technology and the latest research to deliver outstanding medical services to our patients."
Helping our Caregivers grow
With a national shortage for Caregivers in specific roles, from nurses and HR specialists to IT professionals — we’re constantly working to refine our strategies and develop new pipelines to find the top specialists in their field. At Cleveland Clinic London, we’re committed to helping you grow in your career, and we’ll provide you with the right tools to develop new skills and help you set short and long-term goals.
At the forefront of healthcare
Whether it’s enrolling on a leadership course, or being one of the first in the country to use new medical technology, when you join us, you can be sure that your knowledge will advance with industry innovations.
Tailored career development
We invest in continuous learning and development programmes. We blend traditional classroom teaching, with a variety of methods such as on-the-job training, online learning and simulation
A learning culture
We have a learning culture of curiosity, ownership, openness and collaboration, and we’re committed to providing learning and development opportunities for Caregivers at all levels.