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Occupational Therapists – Ireland Nationwide

Ireland's national public health and social care provider, the Health Service Executive (HSE) are currently recruiting for Staff Grade and Senior Grade Occupational Therapists for a number of permanent positions within the primary, acute and children’s disability services on a nationwide basis across Ireland.

The HSE is supported in this recruitment initiative by Cpl Healthcare.

Primary Care Services

Working as part of a primary care team, the Occupational Therapist will promote independence and enable service users to re-engage with the activities that they need or want to do in their everyday life.

Acute Services

The Occupational Therapist within an acute setting works closely with the multi-disciplinary team to provide comprehensive rehabilitation and discharge planning for the patient.

The Children’s Disability Network Team (CDNT) provides specialist support and services for children who have a disability and complex needs.

The... HSE offers a wide range of career opportunities, with many benefits, for Occupational Therapists wishing to make a contribution to the health and lives of everyone living in Ireland.

As a Senior Occupational Therapist, you will be required to assist in service development as well as supervise and train junior staff.

Benefits include:

•Permanent employment contract including sponsorship of a critical skills employment permit

•Competitive salary between €41,075 - €70,033 depending on experience

•35 hour working week

•Excellent relocation and onboarding package to the value of €4,700 towards flights and accommodation for non-EU applicants and €4,100 for EU applicants

•Assistance with registration with CORU, the Health & Social Care Professionals regulatory authority and reimbursement of fees to the value of €510

•Induction and orientation program on arrival

•Generous annual leave (29 / 30 days) and public holiday (10 days) entitlements per year

•Excellent supervision and a focus on developing Occupational Therapist strengths as well as continuous Training and Development sessions with a dedicated and individualised training plan

•Further career progression opportunities within the service

Candidates interested in the role must have:

•A recognised qualification as an Occupational Therapist

•Eligible to apply for registration as an Occupational Therapist with CORU ( Apply
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