What we offer:
- Competitive salary based on experience and skill set
- 247.5hours of annual leave per year (pro rata), rising with length of service
- Company pension
- Employee Health & Wellbeing support service
- Discounted on-site food & drinks
- Employee, friends & family discounts
Do you want to join an energetic dynamic and progressive team? Also looking to work in a non-bureaucratic environment that promotes its staff to think outside of the box?
The New Foscote Hospital would love to hear from you!
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced physiotherapy professional to join our hospital’s team.
The New Foscote Hospital is one of the few long-standing independently owned hospitals in UK.
The New Foscote Hospital has been successfully established in Banbury for almost 40 years and has provided services and treatments to thousands of people from across the region during this time. We have over 50 consultants, all of whom are leaders in their specialist fields and choose to hold their private practices here, working alongside our friendly, highly qualified and experienced nursing and support teams. The ownership of the hospital was transferred to our ownership and new management team on the 1st April 2019. Extensive rejuvenation of the estate and updating of the facilities was completed in October 2019. The clinical outcomes of the hospital are of the highest standards. Our organisation has strong IT, operational, clinical governance and accountancy support.
The latest CQC report rated our hospital standards as good across all parameters.
All colleagues are encouraged to feel empowered and to have an active voice on the management of their services.
- To manage a clinical caseload in Outpatients, providing physiotherapy assessment and treatment to the highest standard
- Provide physiotherapy assessment and treatment for Inpatients participating in these patients’ pre-admission and follow-up care as appropriate
- To provide exemplary physiotherapy care for patients
- Encourage, develop and enhance the skills and knowledge of others and self
- Promote best evidence-based practice
- Apply and ensure others comply with legislation, policies and procedures
- Provide administrational and organisational support to the Physiotherapist Clinical Lead
- Maintain professional standards in accordance with the CSP Code of Professional Conduct and Standards of Practice
What you will be doing:
- To undertake training and development to provide new services for commercial opportunities to improve the profitability of the department – examples - Pilates / Acupuncture / Hand Therapy
- To participate in weekend rota
- Mentor and participate in CPD training
- To provide excellent customer service and promote a professional and caring environment.
- To ensure compliance with appropriate regulatory and best practice frameworks
- To ensure the department maintains Physiotherapy accreditation
- To take an active role in the administration of the physiotherapy department, including, but not limited to, billing, patient records, and general day to day administration.
- To attend meetings and represent the department when required
- Maintain relationships with consultants, colleagues, local GPs and patient services
- To control ordering and stock
- Keep abreast of developments in physiotherapy by attending relevant courses and maintaining an up-to-date personal portfolio
Who we are looking for:
- Must be a Chartered Physiotherapist and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
- Must be Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
- Knowledge of CSP and HCPC Codes and guidelines and their implications for practice
- Knowledge of the Care Standards Act and Care Quality Commission Requirements
- Previous experience in a similar role of at least 5 years, full-time post qualification to adhere to insurance requirements
- To be fully conversant with all Microsoft Office software
- Ability to learn and use internal and external IT systems
- Ability to demonstrate high standards of verbal and written communication
- Ability to deal with matters of a sensitive and, at times, distressing nature
- Time management & organisational skills
- Ability to respect patient confidentiality
- Flexible approach to work
- Reliability and dependability
- Commitment to our Core Values; Professional Service, Clinical Excellence, Quality Care
- Demonstration of our Five CIVIC Duties; Community, Integrity, Vigour, Innovation, Compassion
How to apply
Please apply directly on our site by uploading your CV