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Our client is looking for a band 5 Occupational Therapist to join the Elderly Care Rehab team at a well-established NHS trust, based in Hertfordshire. The post is available to start as soon as possible, offering full time hours per week for an initial 3-month period.You will be responsible for providing assessment and treatment for elderly patients as well as acting as a resource and providing advice for other health care professionals.The successful candidate will also need to have experience in elderly rehab from a community hospital setting, to be considered for the role.The pay rates shown are for Umbrella payment method. The PAYE equivalent will be £18 - £23 per hour.Duties within this role will include: • Managing a clinical caseload• Writing accurate and detailed reports on patient progress • Working as part as a multidisciplinary team • Discharge planning • Assessments and provision of hoists and slings• Devising care plans with family members and/or carers • Develop rehabilitation programs to help rebuild lost skills and restore lost confidenceSkills and experience needed: • Knowledge of specialist equipment • The relevant degree/qualifications • Experience of working within a similar role • HCPC registration If you feel this role is suited to you, please apply using the form below. In return, Pulse can offer you: • Support and advice from our team of friendly and dedicated consultants • Access to high-quality voluntary training• Different payment methods – PAYE/PSC/LTD and umbrella • Assistance with travel and accommodation• HireVue online interviews • £300 Recommend a Friend bonus scheme• Regional compliance team of trained phlebotomists • Daily payroll• Variety of work opportunities in the NHS and private sector (which is not affected by IR35)terms and conditions apply Not for you but know the ideal candidate?If you are registered with Pulse and recommend a friend to us, you can earn a £300 bonus per recommendation, once they have worked over 200 hours*.