£43,000 - £43,000
Town/City London IG7 6HX
Payment type Per annum
Region London
Contract type Contract unspecified
Closing date
Hours Full-time
Type of employer Private provider
Name of employer Oakland Care

Other benefits


  • Bank Holiday enhancement pay
  • Professional registration fee's paid for
  • Personal & Professional Development
  • Enhanced Sick Pay Scheme
  • Free meals and drinks on duty
  • Discounted Gym membership
  • Free uniform
  • Refer a Friend Scheme paying between £500-£1000 per successful referral
  • Bespoke Retail Discounts and Cash Back payments
  • Employee Assistance Programme including free counselling sessions


Vacancy details

JOB TITLE:                 Physiotherapist (Equivalent to Band 7)

LOCATION:                 Regional (Chigwell, Enfield & Loughton)

SALARY:                   £40,000 per annum (+ Car Allowance)

HOURS:                      42 hours per week

We are growing Care Home provider who delivers high quality, king and compassionate care. For our residents, joining one of our Homes is like joining our family – and we make that no different for our new colleagues. We aim to understand your values and motivations to ensure that we are the right employer for you. We respect individual differences and strive to ensure a happy work life for you through various learning and development opportunities.


To provide clinically effective, person centred and evidence-based physiotherapy assessment and intervention to residents with a range of musculoskeletal and neurological challenges.

To provide support and training to our care team with regards to physiotherapy interventions so that they can provide appropriate care that has been prescribed by the physiotherapist.


  • To take referrals from the Regional Nurse or the resident’s GP
  • To manage a varied caseload of residents with musculoskeletal and neurological challenges and to organise this efficiently and effectively with regard to clinical priorities and use of time
  • To plan, implement and review person centred individual and/or group interventions which aim at improving functional abilities, participation in home activities and maintain independence as far as practicable
  • To use a physiotherapy clinical assessment tool that will facilitate an indication of progress after interventions and enable appropriate continued clinical care. Essentially monitor, evaluate and modify clinical interventions
  • To liaise with all team members and families/carers in order to provide a co-ordinated approach and to make sure that all physiotherapy treatment is integrated into individual care plans and progress notes
  • To independently assess, clinically reason, advise and order specialist equipment for mobility/postural control both static and dynamic, being aware of the financial implications and restrictions. To liaise with the Home Manager in the first instance regarding the purchase and provision of such equipment
  • To educate and support the care teams on how to correctly use any equipment, the purpose of the equipment and set guidelines for its use
  • To assist the Learning and Development team in the Oakland Care lifting and handling programme
  • To keep up to date with current and new lifting and handling techniques to facilitate safe practice
  • To compile with the Lifestyles team, activity programmes with a clear therapeutic aim and goals aligned to evidence-based practice
  • To attend and contribute to multidisciplinary review meetings where appropriate supporting a person-centred approach
  • To comply with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and Health and Care Protection Council (HCPC) Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
  • To demonstrate a sound understanding of Clinical Governance and risk management and evidence its application to the work situation


  • Substantial and demonstratable experience in delivering care
  • Physiotherapy qualification recognised with the Health and Care Professionals Council and an active HCPC registration or evidence that an application is in progress
  • Experience of completing team member induction and supervision
  • Experience in educating/training team members on site for ad hoc training requirements

We use a values-based approach to recruit to all of our roles


  • Family: We are one family who have fun and care with passion. You’ll therefore be understanding of others (colleagues and residents) with a people-focused approach.
  • Integrity: We are trustworthy, transparent and ethical. We are trustworthy, transparent and ethical.  You will act to support colleagues and have a positive can-do attitude.
  • Respect:We treat people with respect and dignity. You will listen to and respect individual choice. Motivated to go above and beyond and passionate about what you achieve on a day-to-day basis will be key, in order to provide the best possible service to residents.
  • Exceptional: We strive to exceed expectations.  A willingness to learn and grow is crucial, accompanied by a sense of challenge and accountability for your work / contributions to improving lives

How to apply

You can either apply directly via the link on the ad which will take you through our application process, or by sending your CV directly to

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