SENIOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTErskine Home, Bishopton37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday Grade 6 Salary £37,460 – £40,643 per annumPermanent, Full Time roleClosing Date: Sunday, 16th April 2023The Role:We are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic and experienced Senior Physiotherapist to bring their skills to the following areas: care of the elderly, musculoskeletal, falls prevention, exercise prescription and service development.The post offers an opportunity for a Senior Physiotherapist with well-developed skills to provide evidence based assessment, treatment and advice for residents in our various care homes.Applicants should possess a degree (or equivalent) in Physiotherapy and have relevant post-graduate experience. You will be required to provide documented evidence of CPD and supervision of assistants /students. A full clean driving licence is essential.Informal Enquiries should be directed to Lynne Barr – Head Physiotherapist 0141 814 4547.
Benefits: Successful candidates for this post will receive a welcome bonus of £500 (pro rata for part time) paid in instalments – £250 after 3 months service and a further £250 after 6 months service 28 days annual leave plus 5 public holidays, increasing to 33 days per year, at the rate of 1 additional day for 5 years Employer pension contribution of up to 10% Free payment of PVG Uniform provided Enhanced sick & maternity pay On site Occupational Health Service Access to credit union Work in modern, purpose-built facilities Free On-Site Parking Health and Wellbeing Scheme – e.g. complimentary fresh fruit, yoga classes and Cycle to Work scheme Access to Employee Reward SchemePlease note:Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK. If you are selected for interview, you will receive an invite by email (please ensure you check your spam / junk mailbox). The successful candidate will be required to undergo a PVG Scheme Disclosure.
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