Occupational Therapist Visa Sponsorship Uk

March 27, 2024
£39.2 - £53.4 / year

Job Description




A prominent special education provider in London and the South East is seeking an Occupational Therapist to serve autistic and learning-disabled students at one of its centres.

Established in 2013, the charity has evolved to serve approximately 1500 young people with learning difficulties, sensory issues, SLCN, and complex medical histories. Each education facility provides its students with a tailored approach, intensive assistance, and integrated therapies for a comprehensive learning experience that maximises their potential by championing respect, laying strong foundations, and beginning access to life-changing opportunities.

As an occupational therapist, you will work with a multidisciplinary clinical team to provide tailored interventions that help students feel valued, develop new knowledge and abilities, and obtain the confidence they need to grow and prosper in accordance with their interests and goals.

You can opt to join a centre in Camberwell, Uxbridge, or Sutton.

Starting in an NHS Band 6 or Band 7-equivalent role, you will be able to participate in workplace research and clinical development opportunities, such as clinical supervision and peer support, as part of a well-rounded CPD and career progression track.

This is a permanent post (Mon-Fri) with flexible working alternatives, including full-time (36 hours), part-time, and term-time-only.

Visa sponsorship is available to candidates with relevant UK-based expertise.

Person Specification:

  • (Required) HCPC registration as an occupational therapist (OT).
  • (Required) Membership in the Royal College of Occupational Therapists.
  • (Required) Previous experience with learning impairments and autism spectrum disorders
  • (Preferable) Prior paediatric experience (children and/or young people)


Benefits and upgrades for part-time/term-time roles are pro rata.

  • 40 days of yearly leave (public/bank holidays off, Christmas closure period).
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Enhanced CPD and career advancement path
  • Workplace Research
  • Mental health advocates at all places
  • Local government’s pension scheme
  • Ride2work, electric care and home electronic schemes, therapy referrals, and wellbeing seminars are all part of a comprehensive wellbeing package.
  • Opportunities to connect with internal professional networks.
  • Occupational health and wellness support initiatives, including EAP
  • Company pension plan includes lump-sum death benefits.
  • Family-friendly policies include increased parental leave schemes.
  • Salary sacrifice plans, such as Cycle to Work and season ticket loans
  • Discounted gym membership subscription
  • And more!