Senior Occupational Therapist

Part Time // Navan, County Meath, Republic of IrelandSalary: €51000 - €60000


My client offers a wide range of personal and social supports to adults with an intellectual disability across County Meath. I am currently recruiting for a Senior Occupational Therapist to join their Multidisciplinary Team. The position will be part time; 30 hours per week, with flexibility on days.

The Senior Occupational Therapists main responsibility is to provide of a range of occupational therapy inputs to adults with an intellectual disability. This involves assessment, direct intervention, programme planning, programme implementation and referral using hands-on, monitoring and consultative approaches. The successful candidate must hold the following:

  • A recognised professional qualification in Occupational Therapy
  • Full registration with CORU as an Occupational Therapist
  • Minimum of three years post qualification experience
  • Experience of working with adults with intellectual disability.
  • A knowledge of Sensory Integration Approaches
  • Experience in Postural Management
  • AMPS Qualification
  • A full clean drivers licence and access to a car is essential

For more information, please send your CV to or call Meigheann on 01- 4825 446.

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Navan, County Meath, Republic of Ireland
€51000 - €60000
Employment type:
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