By joining us you’ll be stepping away from NHS pressures and demands, as the Island’s healthcare system is similar but separate to the UK NHS.
We highly encourage your professional development and you can take advantage of the excellent training opportunities we provide across the Isle of Man Public Service. This includes the use of our Learning, Education and Development Centre and the fantastic range of fully funded courses we support.
You will also have access to free on-site car parking at Noble’s Hospital and the Community Health Centre.
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About the Island and relocating
Here you can enjoy a fantastic quality of life, and an excellent work-life balance! There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities; so if you like walking, mountain biking, sailing or kayaking, you’ll have lots of places to explore!
There are also lots of great cafes, bars and restaurants, and you can enjoy the Island’s real sense of community. The island is well connected to the UK, and you’ll also benefit from low income tax rates (20% maximum rate).
To find out more about the Island and the lifestyle you could enjoy here, take a look at Locate Isle of Man’s guide to moving to the Isle of Man here.
If you are relocating or returning to the Island, you can also benefit from the National Insurance Holiday Scheme, which allows you to apply for a refund on your NI contributions for your 1st year of living here. To see how this scheme could benefit you, and to find out more about relocating to the Isle of Man, visit www.locate.im.
About the role and our team
We are looking for an enthusiastic and forward thinking Band 6 Physiotherapist to join our team.
In this role your main duties will be assessing and treating a caseload of paediatric patients with a variety of conditions. You will be advising patients and their carers on specific exercises and handling techniques to promote self-management and will contribute to multidisciplinary meetings/case reviews, ensuring a co-ordinated service that enables patients to achieve their maximum potential.
Using your clinical knowledge and experience, you will have the opportunity to make a positive impact to service development and work to maximise the performance of the Children’s therapy team. You will also be responsible for supporting our junior staff.
You will be joining an experienced and integrated team of therapists treating patients within various settings including schools, community settings, Children’s Ward, and patients’ homes and you will have an option to have an active role in the on-call system at Noble’s Hospital.
Every day will be varied in this role, from working in different locations to communicating treatment plans in a motivational and re-assuring way to patients and their carers, and communicating complex information to other health care professionals involved.
Please note an enhanced with barring police check is required for this postwhich Manx Care will cover the cost of for you.
A full, valid driving licence and access to your own vehicle is required for this role. A uniform will also be provided.
A relocation package and interview expenses are not available for this role.
Job Description and Person Specification
How to apply
How to find out more and apply
For more information please see the attached job description and person specification, alternatively contact Hazel Porter, Children’s Therapy Clinical Team Lead (Interim), on 01624 642563.
Applications for this post will be accepted up to midnight of the closing date specified.