£25,142 - £33,536
Town/City Dagenham RM9 6SA
Payment type Per annum
Region London
Contract type Permanent contract
Closing date
Type of employer Private provider
Name of employer IPRS Health

Other benefits

Benefits of working for IPRS Health:

  • Full training programme at the start of the employment and ongoing support and mentoring 
  • Funding for external CPD courses 
  • Company funded membership to ACPOHE 
  • 21 days annual leave and 8 bank holidays; increasing with completed years’ service
  • Competitive salary package plus performance related increments
  • Use of Employee Assistance Programme which provides confidential counselling
  • Holiday Buy-Back Scheme
  • Health Cash Plan; receive money back on a range of healthcare treatments
  • Cycle to Work Scheme

For further information, please contact Paul Scallan, Clinical Lead of Occupational Physiotherapy Health Services (South of England & Wales), on 07818 400 865 or at

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Vacancy details

IPRS Health have an exciting job opportunity for a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist to work at our clinics based in East London, Dunton/Barking and remotely, working with a MSK mix of patients for a large industry client.

Full and Part-Time hours available.

This role will primarily be based in Dagenham, however we may need 1-2 days a week covered in either Dunton or Barking. Flexibility on these days can be discussed at interview stage. 

The successful candidate will be provided with an excellent opportunity to provide first class Physiotherapy services to a wide variety of patients, working alongside Physiotherapists, Nurses and a Physician. The role offers insight into the inner workings of an Occupational Health Team and will allow the successful candidate the ability to assess patients in a range of environments within the site.

There will also be the opportunity to develop skills in Ergonomic Assessments and Functional Capacity Assessment utilising state of the art Isokinetic equipment. This part of the role involves travelling to different clients so the flexibility to travel to different locations and work from home, as required.

IPRS Health pride ourselves on supporting and developing our employees both professionally and personally. While this role alone will allow substantial development of a multitude of transferable skills, depending on your aspirations, IPRS Health look to promote within by offering support and mentorship across IPRS Health’s other specialities. This could lead to progression in clinical leadership and management roles.

To be considered for this role, you must have a professional qualification in Physiotherapy and be a member of HCPC and CSP.

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How to apply

To apply for this position please submit an up-to-date CV to Paul Scallan, Clinical Lead of Occupational Physiotherapy Health Services (South of England & Wales):

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