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. 

Therapies Department

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

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

Pychotherapist / Psychologist
Orri is looking for an accredited Psychotherapist and Psychologist to join our growing team!

We are looking for passionate and enthusiastic individuals with experience of working with eating disorders.

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 and psychotherapy, they will deliver relevant forms of Psychotherapy/Psychology 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.

If you would like more information on this position, we’d like to hear from you! Please email Garry: garryh@orri-uk.com

Nursing Department

Nursing Team Manager

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

The Nursing Team 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 Nursing Team 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 Nursing Team 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 Nursing Team 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 Nursing Team 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

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

Eating Disorder Associate Team

Experienced Eating Disorder Associate

Orri is looking for an Eating Disorder Associate to join our growing team!

Are you a psychology graduate with a passion for eating disorders? The Eating Disorder Associate role is an innovative and unique role providing psychology graduates with an opportunity to extend their academic knowledge and to develop practical clinical skills.

Requirements:

  • BSc Psychology
  • An interest in eating disorders and passionate about supporting an innovative specialist service
  • Excellent verbal, written and body language skills
  • An interest in research and academia
  • A desire to work in an organisational culture of collaboration, ownership and shared ideas
    Excellent computer skills, competent in use of internet to access literature for research purposes

Responsibilities:

  • Support and monitor client’s presentation throughout day, communicating information in timely manner to the multi-disciplinary team (MDT)
  • Assist MDT with the day-to-day organization and running of the service, and follow MDT-directed bespoke care plans
  • Work under the direction and in association with Psychologists, Dietitians, Occupational Therapists, Psychotherapists and RMN to ensure Orri provides a safe, effective and caring service that is responsive to people’s needs
  • Form professional relationships with members of the MDT and work alongside other professionals to deliver boundaried interventions to patients and families
  • Develop and maintain effective working alliances with patients and their families
  • Communicate in a skilled and sensitive manner
  • Developing new ideas to improve service user care and service delivery
  • Assist with audit of service user/carer satisfaction with the service
  • Demonstrate ongoing personal development through participation in internal and external development opportunities
  • Be flexible and adaptable, well-organised and able to manage time and workload effectively in line with the needs of the service

If you would like more information on this position, we’d like to hear from you! Please email us: garryh@orri-uk.com

Facilities and Operations Department 

Health & Safety Officer

Orri is looking for a Health & Safety Officer to join our growing team!

As part of the Quality and Compliance team the post holder will undertake the role of Health & Safety Officer and Compliance Assistant at our Hallam Street Clinic.

The post holder will deliver services across Building Health and Safety, Building Maintenance and report into the Care, Quality and Compliance Manager.

Key information:

Job title: Health and Safety Officer
Hours: 30 hours per week – 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
Base: Hallam Street, London, W1W
Contract type: Permanent

Main duties and responsibilities:

  • The postholder will be the Lead for Health and Safety requirements and undertake the management of all building maintenance to ensure compliance to legislation and policies.

Health & Safety

  • Create, develop, and review the Health & Safety requirements application to the clinical site at Hallam Street to ensure legislation compliance and meeting all Health & Safety requirements.
  • Raise any potential Health & Safety issues to the Facilities and Operations Manager immediately to ensure the swift resolution of business-critical issues.
  • Accountable for delivering Health and Safety practices as outlined by the business, including testing and recording of all alarm systems in the building.
  • Will have a valid NEBOSH qualification and First Aid at Work qualification to ensure the relevant level of training and knowledge to support the service.
  • Supporting with Health, Safety, Quality and Compliance audits as well as support in Quality walkarounds.
  • Creating a cohesive interface into the Clinical Coordinator within the Facilities and Operations team.
  • Leading on Governance actions, utilising our RADAR system for tracking, monitoring and analysis.
  • Ensuring all Orri Policy documentations are updated in accordance with legislative changes and implemented across Orri in a timely manner.

Building Maintenance

  • Creation and management of an active maintenance log for all issues raised during walkarounds and by staff or clients.
  • Proactively liaise with external contractors to resolve maintenance issues in a timely manner, providing a regular update and raising any concerns with contractors as required to the Facilities and Operations Manager.
  • Management of Building Health and Safety requirements including legionella and water temperature checks
  • Management and documentation of all Fire Safety including conducting fire drills, fire checks, maintenance of fire equipment, fire evacuation plans and audits.
  • Maintenance of general daily checks on heating, leaks, lighting, ventilation operations, extraction, and building fabrics in collaboration with the Facilities and Operations Manager
  • Responsible for ensuring all printer maintenance and faults are organised, replacement parts order in advance, PAT Testing is arranged ahead of time.

In addition, any ad hoc requirements required within the postholders skill set to support Orri UK may be required.

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

Admissions Department

Admissions Manager

Orri is looking for an experienced Admissions Manager to join our growing team!

The role of Admissions Manager is a highly vital role within Orri UK. The postholder will be liaising with potential clients as a first point of contact and provide them with the support they require during the process through to intake.

It is essential that the postholder has a qualification in counselling and an understanding of the therapeutic environment to provide an empathetic, nurturing and encouraging manner with all clients, with the ability to appreciate and acknowledge each patient’s journey is individual.

Key information:

Job title: Admissions Manager
Hours: 40 hours per week – Monday to Friday
Base: Hallam Street, London, W1W
Contract type: Permanent

Scope and Range of the Post

The post holder will be expected to practice within the legal and ethical framework as defined by

  • National mental health related legislation – Mental Health Act and Mental Capacity Act
  • ORRI policy, guidelines and protocols.
  • The NICE Guidelines
  • BACP and /or other relevant registration body.

Orri will provide the postholder with direct supervision and access to continuous professional development. Specialist supervision will be arranged in conjunction with the post holder.

The post holder will ensure the physical and psychological wellbeing of the client is support through their practice and relevant referrals for psychological treatments are made and monitored within their practice.

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  

  • With a background in counselling in a therapeutic setting, the postholder will be experienced in providing direct therapeutic support to new clients and their support network, providing first contact support via the telephone/video calls to ensure a professional, empathetic, caring and innovative approach at all times.
  • Utilizing your previous experience of Eating Disorders within a therapeutic environment, coupled with knowledge of Orri’s service, you will have the ability to talk about the Orri’s model of treatment and provide support and understanding the clients individual needs and how Orri would support clients in their recoveries.
  • To lead the admissions process adhering to Orri’s criteria for admissions, in addition to providing support to the Admissions Administrator with addition support and training as needed on the process.
  • Support the Admissions and Clinical team with intake assessment process – pre-intake and next steps meeting (experience desired but to be also trained to Orri’s standards) ensuring all relevant parties are aware of key dates and any actions they need to complete.
  • Undertaking administrative tasks including GP letter writing, communication with professionals, documentation of treatment plans and internal communication.
  • Management of audits – being able to keep up to date with audit, intake tracking and (soon) managing waiting lists – should have some experience but will be trained
  • They need to be able to support the team’s needs and being available for different tasks as and when needed – this is a must
  • To be able to support the private medical insurance processes – this would be a bonus but also trainable.
  • The post holder will be responsible for monitoring practice of the admissions team and for providing training within the function as a integral member of the wider multidisciplinary team, participating gin the implementation of the service development.

The post-holder will be responsible for:  

Managerial  

  • The management of their own workload. 
  • Line Management of the admissions team, including managerial supervision to ensure a proactive and supportive approach to the team.
  • 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.
  • The post holder needs to be experienced in support the teams needs and available for various tasks as required by the team and wider organisation.

Professional:  

  • A professional qualification related to counselling and/or psychology.
  • 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 Lydia: lydia@orri-uk.com

Admissions Coordinator

Orri is looking for an Admissions Coordinator to join our growing team!

The Admissions Coordinator role is a dynamic post supporting a fast paced and busy clinical team. The post holder will be responsible for the efficient management of the client’s journey through Orri in relation to their onboarding, treatment planning, billing and discharging as well as supporting the team in their day to day administrative needs.

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.

Key information:

Job title: Admissions Coordinator
Hours: 32-40 hours per week
Base: Hallam Street, London, W1W / Home Working
Contract type: Permanent

SCOPE AND RANGE OF THE POST

  • Working with the Clinical team to ensure treatment plans are uploaded on to the internal system (My Orri) prior to the start date of the plan, liaising with clients and/or caregivers to ensure approval and payment prior to the plan commencing.
  • Providing updates to the finance team on any outstanding treatment plan approvals, chasing payments with clients and advising the Clinical team on any items that may affect a Client’s treatment commencing.
  • Working in collaboration with the PMI Specialist to advise on the payment details of the private medical companies for individual clients.
  • Work with the Case Managers in the coordination of client’s treatment review meetings to ensure they have the documentation required, all necessary areas have been covered in the meeting and the client has full information in relation to T&Cs, pricing and when payment needs to be made to continue their treatment.
  • Proactively conduct regular reports via our internal Orri Tool, updating the systems with meeting review dates, liaising with Client’s to provide them with the details, including diary invites, for all review meeting throughout the duration of their treatment.
  • Work with the clinical team on client scheduling, tracking appointments and ensuring administrative compliance on Orri’s various systems.
  • Efficiently use computer-based systems to enter pertinent client information, ensure data compliance and maintain relevant databases.
  • Produce emails and letters which inform clients of the appropriate admission details, dates and support finance with billing where appropriate.
  • Accurately update and create spreadsheets regarding client waiting list times, and communicate and respond to e-mails from, clients, admissions and finance team members to ensure onboarding clients runs smoothly
  • Flag any absences or changes to the Treatment Plans with the finance and clinical team and, if approved, update relevant systems to ensure attendance is accurately monitored at all time
  • Compile and update clients personal details on our database and amend their files accordingly. Create files for new clients and support the admissions team in requesting notes from other Services for clients who are referred to Orri or who have been in previous treatment settings.
  • Deal with day to day enquiries in a courteous, supportive manner.
  • Organise and prioritise assignments to complete work in a timely and efficient manner, particularly when there are changes in workload or assignments.
  • Carry out other duties that may be required from time to time in line with the role, experience and job title.

 

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The post-holder will be responsible for:

Managerial

  • 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:

  • Demonstrate and work with excellent attention to detail
  • Possess strong communication skills
  • Have an excellent standard of computer literacy
  • 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 Lydia: lydia@orri-uk.com

    If you haven’t found a vacancy here that suits your expertise, interests or skills, we’d still like to hear from you! Simply say hello by email so we can keep your details on file.