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Our team is growing.

We’re always keen to hear from like-minded individuals who have a passion for helping those suffering with eating disorders and their families. 

Here, you’ll find information and updates on job vacancies and opportunities at Orri. 

PMI Medical Secretary

Orri is looking for an Private Medica Insurance Medical Secretary to join our growing team!

The Private Medical Insurance Medical Secretary role is a dynamic post supporting a fast-paced and busy finance and admissions team.

The post holder will be responsible for the efficient management of PMI applications and submissions, as well as support the waiting list process for all incoming clients, maintaining government targets in accordance with the Orri’s Client Access Policy.

The post holder will be required to work unsupervised and on their own initiative, as well as working as part of team with clinical, management and clerical staff to deliver the highest standards of administrative support possible for clients, Orri team members and any other person their duties bring them into contact with.

The post holder will be highly organised and proactive, with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team, and to manage and prioritise a varied and busy workload.

The post requires a positive and hands on attitude and approach; with a high degree of empathy, influencing and interpersonal skills.

Managerial Responsibilities

  • The management of their own workload
  • Be familiar with and ensure implementation of all local, regional and national policies, procedures and guidelines pertinent to all staff within area of responsibility and comply with the contents in the pursuit of the highest standards of care

Professional Responsibilities

  • Demonstrate and work with excellent attention to detail
  • Possess strong communication skills
  • Have an excellent standard of computer literacy
  • Have experience of improvement and implementing systems and processes
  • Have an active interest in problem solving and resolving inefficiencies
  • Work with can do and approachable attitude
  • Experience of working in a small fast paced business (preferred but not essential)
  • Be organised and process driven
  • Have a legal right to work in the UK

For more information and to apply, please email Garry: garryh@orri-uk.com

Family Therapist & Systemic Psychotherapist

Orri is looking for a Family Therapist & Systemic Psychotherapist to join our growing team!

As part of the family therapy service and multi-disciplinary team, the post holder will provide a specialist family therapy service to young people and their families.

The postholder will develop a specialist family therapy knowledge to work with the highly complex cases referred for specialist family treatment. There is also the opportunity to develop, over 18 months in the role, to senior family therapist within the service. 

The postholder will engage in the delivery of an agreed package of care, to young people, adults and their families, with complex problems across the developmental spectrum, and managing these within the context of multidisciplinary working.

This will involve drawing upon complex assessment material to provide verbal and written systemic formulations, that aid evidence-based clinical interventions for young people, adults and families and other professionals presenting with highly complex problems.

This will involve integrating and interpreting a range of highly complex material, across different contexts and at different levels of meaning.

The postholder will at all times work in ways which are sensitive to, and appropriate for, the needs of families from a wide range of racial, cultural and religious backgrounds.

This includes abilities to understand and offer therapeutic interventions to a variety of family forms including single parents, same sex couples and their families, extended families and people with mental health difficulties. To take a proactive stance in challenging racism and discrimination and support the development of a culturally competent service. To be responsible for implementing a range of systemic interventions for individuals and their families, including meetings with parents and groups, adjusting and refining systemic formulations drawing upon different explanatory models, and maintaining a number of provisional hypotheses.

For more information and to apply, please email Garry: garryh@orri-uk.com

Finance Manager/Management Accountant

Orri is looking for a Finance Manager/Management Accountant!

We are looking for a flexible, enthusiastic and process driven self-starter to join our fast paced, growing team to run the day-to-day finances at Orri.

The role currently encompasses all aspects of financial management however there is currently another bookkeeper managing the purchase invoices and bank reconciliations.

You will work closely with the COO, CEO and Clinical Director to ensure we have good financial data and suitable checks and balances in place.

Hours: Part-time 24-32 hours per week, but will consider full-time
Location: Remote/London

Monthly tasks include the following:

  • Managing the billing process and invoicing for all clients
  • Answer any finance related queries from clients and their families in a sensitive manner
  • Managing the sales invoices to insurance providers, including regular reconciliation of sessions
  • Reviewing and submitting payroll to the outsourced payroll provider
  • Management of bi-monthly payment run
  • Management of cash flow and weekly cash-flow reporting to management
  • Liaising with the clinical team regarding client attendance and ensuring the attendance tracker is up to date and correct
  • Weekly KPI reporting to the board
  • Preparation of the finance section of the monthly board pack including management accounts
  • Management of bookkeeper for costs including bank reconciliations, employee expenses management and petty cash
  • Ad hoc queries and dealing with external accountants for accounts and tax preparation
  • Quarterly financial reporting to external investors

We are always looking to improve our systems and processes and therefore we would like you to work alongside the COO to ensure we are as data driven as possible ensuring the clinical team can continue to provide outstanding care to our clients.

For more information and to apply, please email Garry: garryh@orri-uk.com

Clinical Manager

 

We are looking for a Clinical Manager to join our growing team!

The Clinical Manager is a vital leadership position at Orri, and the role is integral to the successful development and management of Orri.

The role works closely with the Director of Clinical Services and is a key part of the Orri Leadership Team. They ensure the healthy functioning of the programme and the clinical treatment of its clients.

Primarily, the Clinical Manager provides direction, support, training and development to the team, and provides a containing and supporting presence for the client group, covering both our face-to-face and online treatment.

It is dynamic role within the team requiring flexibility, an ability to multitask, and requires a leader with a strong, inclusive leadership style.

Alongside managerial responsibilities, the Clinical Manager carries a small caseload to provide individual, family and group therapy/support.

The Clinical Manager provides oversight of clinical documentation, auditing and regulatory aspects of the Service, and works with the team to ensure that best practices are followed, both for clinical treatment and management, in accordance with Orri’s policies and Regulatory requirements.

You will be an accredited clinician (Occupational Therapist, Psychotherapist, Psychologist, Nurse, etc.).

For a full job description and to apply, please email Garry: garryh@orri-uk.com

Clinical Nurse Manager

We are looking for a Clinical Nurse Manager to join our growing team!

 

The Clinical Nurse Manager is a newly created position and will provide a vital leadership role for the growing nursing team.

The successful applicant will be a Registered Mental Health Nurse and have direct experience of leading a nursing team, with strong organisational and clinical expertise.

The Clinical Nurse Manager role is dynamic position within the team requiring flexibility, an ability to multitask, and requires a leader with a strong, inclusive leadership style. The applicant will have a good knowledge of NMC guidance and practices with a high standard of technical and professional knowledge.

The Clinical Nurse Manager provides direction, support, training and development to the team, and provides a containing and supporting presence for the client group.

Alongside managerial responsibilities, the Clinical Nurse Manager will work closely with the Clinical Managers and the Care Quality and Compliance Manager to provide oversight of clinical documentation, auditing and regulatory aspects of the Service, and works with the team to ensure that best practices are followed, both for clinical treatment and management, in accordance with Orri’s policies and Regulatory requirements.

The Clinical Nurse Manager reports to the Clinical Director, and is a key part of the Orri Leadership Team. They ensure the functioning of the physical health programme and the clinical treatment of Orri’s clients.

The role covers both provide oversight of the nursing function for both the face-to-face and online treatment programmes.

For a full job description and to apply, please email Garry: garryh@orri-uk.com

Occupational Therapist

We are looking for an Occupational Therapist to join our growing team!

Hours: Up to 40 hours, Full and Part times roles available
Base: Orri, 14 Hallam Street, London. W1W 6JG / Remote working
Contract type: Permanent

Successful applicants will demonstrate experience in delivering both group and one-to-one therapies, preferably within in a multi-disciplinary team setting, both online and in person.

As part of a multi-disciplinary team, the post holder will have responsibility for the assessment and provision of Orri clients’ therapeutic needs.

Responsible for the development and evaluation of therapeutic interventions, they will deliver relevant forms of Occupational Therapy in partnership with clients, carers and other professionals, where appropriate, in line with agreed standards, clinical polices and without direct day to day supervision, for those clients who have been diagnosed with an eating disorder.

The post holder will contribute to the delivery of the daily Orri therapy programme and will report to the Director of Clinical Services.

They will be expected to manage a specialised caseload of service users with complex needs, using evidence based/client centred principles to assess, plan, implement and evaluate interventions.

They will provide specialist advice on therapeutic interventions to service users, carers, other disciplines and agencies. Orri will provide the post-holder with direct supervision and access to continuous professional development. Specialist supervision will be arranged in conjunction with the post holder.

The post holder will have a robust knowledge of the physical and psychological impact of eating disorders on clients and their families and the impact of same on interpersonal relationships.

They will ensure physical and psychological well-being of the client is supported through their practice and relevant referrals for physiological treatments are made and monitored within their practice.

For a full job description and to apply, please email Garry: garryh@orri-uk.com

Registered Mental Health Nurse

We are looking for a Registered Mental Health Nurse to join our growing team!

Days: Monday – Friday
Hours: 9:30am – 6pm, or, 10am – 6:30pm
Base: Orri, 14 Hallam Street, London. W1W 6JG – remote working one day per week
Contract type: Permanent

The post holder will form part of the multi-disciplinary team who provide specialist, evidence-based interventions for young people and adults with eating disorders such as, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and eating disorders unspecified.

The post holder will provide a service for individuals with complex mental health, physical and social care needs who present with an eating disorder and who require intensive day care intervention, as an alternative to hospital admission. In addition to this, the post holder will be expected to be closely involved in discharge planning and immediate follow up from the service user care.

The post holder will be expected to manage clients using evidence based and client centred principles to assess, plan, implement and evaluate interventions, which provide clients with the confidence, skills and coping strategies required for independent living.

For a full job description and to apply, please email Garry: garryh@orri-uk.com