Weekly in-service training and CPD.
Financial support for CPD wherever possible - mandatory manual handling, infection control, and care of the acute unwell patient training yearly.
Regular Mentoring and performance review.
Contribution to health insurance for you and your family.
Nest Pension Scheme.
Full/part time Physiotherapist required in Perth, Scotland.
Caledonian Physiotherapy Services are looking to recruit an exceptional physiotherapist to join our dedicated team here in beautiful Perthshire on a full/part time basis. We are a busy family run practice, who value and support each other. Our specialist team delivers evidence-based holistic care to a wide range of MSK patients and patients in the community. You will have the opportunity to do so much more for your patients by using all your skills and experience and utilising our established network of support specialists. We also provide quality educational opportunities for physiotherapy students and pride ourselves on our commitment to continuing professional development and in-service training. We are looking for both flexible full time/part time team members with an excellent salary and benefits which are negotiable on experience.
Essential attributes • Three years post registration experience with an emphasis on MSK. • HCPC and CSP registered. • PVG Certificate. • Full driving Licence/Car Owner. • Computer literate.
Desirable attributes • Part A and B - McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy • Peripheral joints – Orthopaedic Medicine • Pilates Qualification • Current Sports First Aid Certificate
How to apply
Applications by Covering letter and CV addressed to Nick Summersgill- Practice Principal- by Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information can be obtained by emailing Nick Summersgill on the email address above.
Applicants will be selected for interview by June 4th 2021 with interviews taking place face to face (hopefully)or by Skype or Zoom the week commencing 7th June 2021.
Applicants invited for interview will be expected to deliver a 10 minute presentation with the subject matter of that presentation being provided to them on the 4th June 2021.
The successful applicant will be informed by the 11th June 2021.