What can we offer you?
-36 days (7.2 weeks) annual leave inclusive of Bank Holidays.
-Generous pension provision and access to the NHS Pension (if already in the scheme).
-Life Insurance cover (3 times annual salary) for pension scheme members.
-Confidential employee support line
-Flexible work patterns responsive to individual needs.
-Generous maternity pay scheme (up to 8 weeks full and 18 weeks half pay) subject to qualifying service
-Funded staff counselling
-Discounted membership to local health club
-Extensive education programme with wide range of professional and personal development opportunities
-Funded Clinical Supervision
-Bike to work scheme
-Sick pay cover
-Options to buy fresh cooked food at discounted rates
-Free influenza jabs
-Financial assistance if you need glasses for work
-Staff Consultation Forum
-Active Staff Wellbeing programme with wide variety of social and wellbeing events.
We are an outstanding provider of expert palliative and end of life care and a prominent and respected charity at the heart of the local community.
No two days are ever the same at the Hospice. We cover our own inpatient beds (currently eight) see patients in their own homes, see patients as outpatients in our gym and see day patients when they arrive at our Wellbeing, Information and Support Hub (WISH) and also when they attend for blood transfusions, infusions in our nurse led Clinical Outpatient Service (OCS). We have developed a variety of groups where patients can attend with/without their carers to not only receive a high level of specialist interventions but peer support from others in a similar position.
Our Specialist Palliative Physiotherapy Service assesses and treats those with an end of life/ palliative diagnosis whether it be cancer, end stage neurological or end stage organ failure. We offer individualised management plan involving the patient and families. The service is also for patients at the end of their cancer journey from diagnosis to end stage disease, offering preventative, restorative, supportive and palliative rehabilitation intervention. This may include those living beyond their cancer diagnosis left coping with the lasting effects of treatment.
In this post you will work across SW Essex and at a range of satellite venues.
You will be a registered Physiotherapist, and whilst palliative experience would be helpful it is not essential. The post is offered on 22.5 hours per week but applicants seeking other
A driver’s licence and use of own vehicle are essential.
SL15 Physiotherapist JD 2021 - final update 22.2.2022.pdf
How to apply
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