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The Priory Hospital Enfield, 15 Church Street, Edmonton, London, N9 9DY

Priory Group Division



£28,407 - £34,581



Vacancy Type

Permanent - Full Time

Job Advert - Division Information

Fantastic Opportunity for a Qualified Occupational Therapist. 

Job Advert Location Description

Priory Hospital Enfield is a small hospital comprising of four wards; two medium secure (male only patients), one low secure (male only patients) and one acute ward (mixed sex-six male and six female patients). Priory Hospital Enfield is situated close to Central London with excellent transport links with easy access to the M25 and surrounding Home Counties.

The hospital has recently been inspected by the Quality Network team and this provided some very positive feedback around patient care, staff attitudes and the positive relationships that have been built between staff and patients. The hospital has also recently been inspected by the European Council for the prevention of torture which again was very complimentary about the attitude of staff, patients provided excellent feedback about the staff and the service provided and the “thorough and detailed” care plans and treatment pathways on offer at site.

Everyone working at Priory Hospital Enfield is determined to deliver the very best care for our patients. Collaborative working is key to the positive relationships we have between our staff and patients. The team is small but very supportive of each other and the positive link up between different disciplines is the reason for the positive feedback we are receiving.

Job Advert Role Description

Our Occupational Therapists enable service users to adapt to any aspect of their life with more independence, confidence and control.

Considering the service user’s own views carefully, you will assess their abilities to perform activities and design treatment programmes to increase their capability to tackle difficulties and progress within their recovery pathway.

Using the MOHO framework, you will undertake OT assessments, interventions and evaluations for a designated caseload. You will work closely with the other OT's on site and form part of a multi-disciplinary team within your ward. You will be asked to facilitate a flexible programme of OT groups and individual interventions as part of our tiered integrated group programme.

You must have good personal organisational skills and effective communication skills.

You will have BSc Hons or Diploma in Occupational Therapy and accreditation by the HCPC

Core clinical roles:

  • Conduct / contribute to the assessment process, as well as the observation and ongoing assessment, providing accurate and timely feedback.
  • Participate in the planning, implementation / evaluation and ongoing review of treatment plans.
  • Organise and deliver therapeutic activities for service users.
  • Assess service users’ response to activities in accordance with agreed models of practice e.g. MOHO.
  • Provide practical support, advice and education to service users, carers and other disciplines.
  • Produce accurate and timely documentation on all clients in line with your Professional Code of Conduct and organisational policies.
  • Carry out risk assessments including any potential hazards in the service users environment.
  • Attend multi-disciplinary meetings i.e. referral / review / business / CTP / CPA and weekly ward rounds.
  • Report and document incidents as required.
  • Facilitate and support in group work such as relaxation, health promotion etc.
  • Be competent in use of relevant screening and assessment tools
  • Participate in the continuing development of a high quality service that is underpinned by evidence based practice, care pathways / packages, NICE and DH guidance
  • Participate in research where appropriate and contribute to the development of service policies.

Core Non-Clinical Roles:

  • Promote Occupational Therapy within the service
  • Take part in service development and Occupational Therapy pathway within the Hospital.
  • Take part in the recruitment process of other staff as required, supported by the senior staff.
  • Ensure the service meets the agreed performance / contractual targets and adheres to local and government initiatives
  • Deliver training where appropriate for other professionals


Due to limits on sponsorship allocations, we are not currently in a position to offer sponsorship to new candidates for these roles, this remains under review.

Division DBS info

About us

As one of the UK’s leading providers of behavioural care and specialist support services to adults and young people, Priory Group promise a challenging and fulfilling career with the support of a world class organisation willing to invest in your development. 

Across our network of hospitals, residential care homes, education facilities and supported living services, we are making a real and lasting difference to the lives of the people we support.


All roles will be subject to a successful disclosure at an appropriate level from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Access NI or Disclosure Scotland. We are an equal opportunities employer. Priory Group will cover the cost of a DBS check.

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