MSK Physiotherapist and Senior MSK Physiotherapist

Job Type:
Allied Health Jobs
Allied Health Jobs, Physiotherapy Jobs
£26,682 to £37,890 per annum
Salary Description:
%u00a326,682 - 37,890 per year + benefits
Start Date:
Sterling Cross
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Location: Greenwich

Salary: £26,682- £37,638

Description: This leading healthcare group operates hospitals UK wide, providing exceptional healthcare, medical and surgical services to millions of patients each year.

We are looking for MSK Physiotherapists/Senior MSK Physiotherapists to join the growing team. You will be part of a growing service, including MSK Practitioners, Advanced Physiotherapist Practitioners and MSK Doctors. It is a fantastic environment for knowledge and skill development in Musculoskeletal health.

This site operates a single hub for MSK services across the region. Any patient requiring MSK treatment is referred to the hub for specialist triage by their GP; they are sent on to the right care. The patients are then offered choice over who provides the service, being able to choose which hospital they attend.

As an MSK Physiotherapist/Senior MSK Physiotherapist you will be involved in developing new and innovative pathways for treating MSK conditions. The role will require you to monitor the outcomes of these treatments and undertake audits to understand the effects, constantly seeking to empower clinicians to evolve and improve the service.

You will carry out face to face physiotherapy clinics as well as the remote telephone advice line. There will also be opportunities to get involved with specific projects and contribute to service development.

Person Specification: To succeed as an MSK Physiotherapist/Senior MSK Physiotherapist you will need:

* A qualification at degree level (or equivalent) in Physiotherapy
* For a Senior role you will need 2 years post qualification Physiotherapy experience (1 years of these in MSK specialty)
* Evidence of accredited post-graduate training and CPD relevant to; the management of musculoskeletal conditions and pain within the biopsychosocial model of care
* Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

Benefits: Private healthcare, travel to work bus, tram and cycle schemes, childcare vouchers and access to NHS Affiliated Nursery, 27 days annual leave with additional days after qualifying period (pro-rata for part timers), pension scheme, Health and Well Being programme which includes free fruit, massages and fitness sessions, Employee Assistance Programme

Contact Details:
Sterling Cross
Tel: 01304 200 310
Fax: 01304 204 440
Contact: Suzanne White

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