Paediatric Neuro Physiotherapist – North London
Part-Time with possibility to move to Full-Time
M.A.E.S. Therapy - specialised treatment approach for babies, children and adults with Cerebral Palsy and similar neuro-developmental conditions and movement disorders.
M.A.E.S. Therapy Private Practice is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Paediatric Physiotherapist to join the team. This is a great opportunity to increase your knowledge and further develop your specialist clinical skills, in the context of the treatment of children (babies, toddlers, school-age and adolescents) with CP and similar neurodevelopmental conditions.
About the Role
You will provide individualised treatment for children who are usually attending therapy sessions once or twice per week at the practice. The role would be as a self-employed clinician working part-time (most likely afternoons) with the potential to increase hours as the clinic grows.
You will be willing and eager to learn, outgoing, as well as competent and conscientious, with excellent clinical skills and interaction with children and their parents.
One of our colleagues, Catia is returning to Portugal and you will take over patients she is treating.
Catia says: “If you are passionate about treating children with neurodevelopmental conditions, if ‘hands-on’ is what you’re looking for, then this could be the job for you. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the very dedicated team at M.A.E.S. Therapy and have benefitted from this unique opportunity to further develop my analytical and clinical skills”.
I've been well supported by the friendly team in my work and learning, with regular team discussions and frequent session feedback.”
If you are not already a M.A.E.S. Trained Therapist, then it would be expected that you would take the highly specialised, post-graduate M.A.E.S. Course in London during July & August 2019 if you were successful with your application.
The successful candidate will be:
Able to demonstrate excellent analytical and manual therapy skills.
A confident communicator with the ability to engage effectively with the general public and other healthcare professionals.
Competent and confident IT user.
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.
Show evidence of further professional training and continual professional development, reflecting your desire to develop as a practitioner.