Occupational Therapist

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What is means to be an Occupational Therapist?

Occupational Therapists are Allied Health Professionals who work with people of all ages and can look at all aspects of daily life in your home, school or workplace. They look at activities you find difficult and see if there’s another way it can be done.

Eligibility for Interview

  • Bachelors in Occupational Therapy or Medical Rehabilitation (Occupational Therapy)
  • IELTS level 7 or above
  • HCPC Registration or registration pending
  • OT with 12 months post qualification experience, within the last three years.

Skills needed for Occupational Therapists

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What we offer:

  • HCPC registration fee reimbursed upon arrival to the UK
  • English test refunded
  • Visa fees paid
  • Flight to the UK paid
  • Comprehensive induction programme to UK practice
  • Continued Professional Development

Salary and benefits to working in the NHS:

  • On arrival to the UK you will start straight away on a Band 5 NHS salary which is £28,407 – £34,581 per annum
  • 27 days annual leave plus eight bank holidays
  • NHS discounts available in lots of shops and online
  • Good NHS pension scheme (international candidates can also opt out if they choose to)


Get in touch

    Please attach your CV and Passport registration:

    If you also have any of the following please attach:
    - English test
    - CBT (for NMC candidates)
    - OET score or Academic IELTs score
    - HCPC registration (for AHPs)
    - GPhC registration (for pharmacists)
    Please note these are not a requirement to apply