Of all the battles Occupational Therapists have to fight, and there are many of them, for me the abbreviation of our name is the very last thing we need to worry about. OT is still Occupational Therapy.
This is the third blog in a series of three in which we walk through the steps of the trying to secure yourself a job whether permanent or locum OT job. We’ve covered so far applying for a job, the interview process and finally in this blog, your interview performance.
As the year marches on, we come to the beginning of Spring and the end of the financial year budgets. Within many organisations resources are reviewed, rotations rotate and the gaps in services are identified by managers look to fill new or existing posts and put them out for advert.