- 29 days holiday, plus bank holidays (pro-rata)
- Contributory pension scheme contributing up to 7.5%
- Life assurance at 4 x salary
- Option to join the health cash plan
- Childcare vouchers to pay for your childcare in a tax-efficient way
- Savings on shopping website to save on childcare
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Bristol with travel between sites
Pay - £15.83 per hour
Hours - 32.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday 09:00-16:00
As a Physiotherapist for St Monica Trust, you’ll help our residents overcome life challenges when it comes to mobility and wellbeing. This means working with them to make day-to-day activities easier.
Day-to-day this means:
- Assessment of our residents’ mobility and wellbeing to help minimise things like the risk of falling;
- Collaborating with colleagues in delivering palliative care so that our residents have the best possible quality of life;
- Working with care staff and family members to better identify, understand and address significant risks;
- Designing individualised rehabilitation programmes for clients in our short-term care unit;
- Running safe and effective exercise classes and mobility activities;;
- Prescribing and procuring appropriate equipment for the service, and educating care staff so they feel confident enough to help our residents use it.
The Trust has built a reputation as one of Bristol’s best employers. Skills for Care told us we are the Best Employer of Over 250 Staff. We’ll care for you as much as we care for our residents. So in addition to the competitive salary you’ll get many other benefits including:
- Plenty of holiday allowance. 6 weeks (pro rata) when you include bank holidays. So you can rest when you need to;
- A good pension scheme;
- Award-winning training to support you in the development of your own capability;
- Loads of wellbeing initiatives. From mini-yoga sessions and free flu shots, through to lunchtime walks around our fabulous gardens.
Not everyone can be our new Physiotherapist. So if you’re going to spend time applying, let's make sure you have what it takes. You’re going to need:
- Qualifications: a degree in physiotherapy and/or be a Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy; evidence of continuing professional development; state registration;
- Experience: some post qualification experience; delivering care to older people; supervising and managing people; advising others on best practice;
- Knowledge: best practice in delivering person-centred and evidence based physiotherapy care and assistance;
- Skills: prioritising and time management; strong communication skills; problem solving; adaptability.
Can you see yourself as our new Physiotherapist?
If so, please apply today.
How to apply
Please apply online