Hours: Monday to Friday during term time plus 2 additional weeks for non clinical tasks in school holidays (usually summer). 41 week working year. 39 hour working week. Hours to accommodate whole school and in class training. Will usually be Mons 8.30 to 5 pm (inservice after school training is 4 to 5 pm); Tues 8.30 to 4.30 (to accommodate in class training 3 to 4 pm); Weds and Thurs 8.30 to 4 pm and Fridays 8.30 to end of school day which varies in line with start of Jewish Sabbath.
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We are seeking a highly experienced Physiotherapist (NHS Band 5 + Outer London) supplement to deliver therapy to students and to provide excellent therapist provision across the school. We believe in a team approach and expects therapists to work based on a child’s needs, including class based, individual and small group sessions where necessary.
Kisharon Noe School caters children and young people from 4-19 years of age who have complex needs including moderate/severe and profound learning difficulties, requiring a holistic education and therapeutic approach.
Our therapeutic professionals are a crucial part of what we offer. With their expertise, we cannot only meet children and young people’s emotional and underlying needs but together go beyond and help create amazing stories of success.
Do you want to join us and be in an environment where you can creatively, develop and practically apply your professional experience and skills?
This is very much a clinical post, so is ideal for candidate seeking opportunities to develop their hands on treatment and assessment skills within field of neurodevelopmental peadiatrics. You will work under the direction of our Lead Physiotherapist and be part of our in house multi-disciplinary therapy team. Our pupils are between 4 and 19 years of age and present with a range of physical, sensory, postural, gross motor, developmental, mobility and learning needs.
They have a variety of conditions including cerebral palsy, developmental delay, Downs syndrome, autism and profound motor learning difficulties. Treatment facilities within school include a designated physiotherapy treatment room, hydrotherapy pool, sensory room and suspended equipment. School has ongoing programme of in service training. This post is 39 clinical hours a week during school 39 week term, plus an additional 2 weeks non clinical during school holidays. You will be based at Kisharon Noe School. You must have at least one year post graduate physiotherapy experience in the work place and have demonstrable interest in working with young people. Salary in line with NHS Pay Scales. For further information and to apply or visit the school please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to apply
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All completed applications should be returned F.A.O Daniel Antoniou, School Business Manager at email@example.com
We reserve the right to close this vacancy prior to the closing date if a suitable candidate is found.
Kisharon Noe School is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks along with other relevant employment checks.