We offer a competitive employment package as you would expect of a large charity with over 700 workers including a commitment to staff development, supportive management and a range of staff benefits to include pension, free life assurance, free parking, 24/7 EAP and a range of staff discounts for big high street names, leisure activities etc
Physiotherapist (grade 6)
37.5 hours per week
£30,136 - £33,355 per annum (depending on experience)
St Elizabeth’s Centre is a specialist Centre providing holistic care together with learning, leisure and other opportunities for adults and children with severe epilepsy, learning difficulties and complex health needs.
We are looking for a very special physiotherapist to join our busy multi-disciplinary health care services team operating on our 68 acre site which is home to around 240 residential and day users of our services. Our teams work across our specialist services within the Centre so the role is varied, providing professional support to service users in our adult services, college, school and children’s home.
What matters most to us most are your excellent general professional skills and your approach to our very special services users in this unique operating environment. Ideally, we would like our new team member to have post graduate experience in neurology and learning difficulties with autistic spectrum disorders and PMLD.
You will be carrying out physiotherapy assessments and develop, implement and monitor individualized treatment programmes. Although part of a supportive team, and working to our Lead Physiotherapist, you will be working autonomously, taking responsibility for your own caseload. You will also assist with the supervision of our team of our junior physiotherapists and therapy assistants.
The post holder will:
- Provide a clinical service to adults & children in their academic and residential settings
- Carry out assessments/target setting
- Work closely with others in our multidisciplinary heath team, as well as our dedicated care and support staff, teachers, lecturers and academic support works, who interact on a day to day basis with our services users
- Contribute to service users’ annual and transition reviews
- Support the supervision of students on clinical placements
- Previously have supervised therapy assistants
HCPC and CSP registration is essential.
How to apply
To apply online, visit: www.stelizabeths.org.uk
Closing date: 16 May 2019
Interviews: w/c 3 June 2019
Offers of employment are subject to satisfactory references, medical and an enhanced DBS check. We are an equal Opportunities employer.