33 days including bank holiday entitlement
Life assurance, pension contribution matching scheme up to 5% of salary, subsidised meals and free car parking
Full time: 37.5 hours per week
Care for Veterans is an established charity based in Worthing, West Sussex. We primarily provide slow stream neurorehabilitation and care for residents who have served in the armed forces or their immediate families.
We are now recruiting for a Senior Physiotherapist (Lead Physio) to work as part of the multi-disciplinary team. We are looking for a person who has experience working with individuals with a range of neurological conditions.
The successful applicant will be dynamic, passionate, innovative and help to deliver a high-level service to our residents. They will be able to work autonomously but also be a team player.
Our current postholder describes the role as “a fantastic opportunity to lead a team, in a friendly working environment. There are opportunities for learning and development and a wide range of conditions to assess and treat.”
Applicants must be registered with the HCPC as a Physiotherapist. If you are interested in putting your expertise into practice in a supportive professional environment we welcome your application.
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How to apply
If you would like to apply, please download the application form/visit our website:
or alternatively contact the H.R. team on: 01903 213458 for an application pack or to arrange an informal visit.
Due to the nature of work a satisfactory enhanced DBS with adult barred list check will be required.
All applicants to any post within Care for Veterans are required to declare any involvement either directly or indirectly with any firm, company or organisation which has a contract with the Charity. Failure to do so may result in an application being rejected, or if it is discovered after appointment that such information is being withheld, then this may lead to dismissal.
Closing Date: Wednesday 17th April 2019
Interview Date: Wednesday 24th April 2019