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Physiotherapist

Reference

PRI38929

Location

Heathfield, Tottingworth Park, Broad Oak, East Sussex, TN21 8UN

Priory Group Division

Healthcare

Vacancy Type

Permanent - Full Time

Salary

Circa £36,500 depending on experience

Hours

37.5

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Ready for the recognition and rewards you deserve?

We don’t just talk about putting employees first. We know that Priory wouldn’t exist without their combined energy, expertise and effort.  So we invest heavily in training, provide first-class support, promote collaborative teamwork and give everyone on our team the opportunities and resources to achieve their full potential.

 

Located on the outskirts of the rural village of Broad Oak in East Sussex, Heathfield is a specialist neuro-rehabilitation service that provides person-centred post-acute, neuro-behavioural rehabilitation as well as offering long-term care and support to people with complex needs relating to neurodegenerative disorders.

Heathfield also supports those with the lasting effects of an acquired brain injury (ABI) and this is all facilitated across two separate units, catering for 24 male and female adults over the age of 18.

We require an experienced and enthusiastic Physiotherapist who has experience working in the field of acquired brain injury and is capable of working effectively within an interdisciplinary team. The successful candidate will manage their own caseload, comprising of patients with complex physical and functional needs, due to severe brain injury. You will also provide supervision and direction to more junior Physiotherapists and Assistant Therapists within the team. You will be part of a committed, forward thinking and supportive interdisciplinary team who are all highly skilled in brain injury rehabilitation and would support you in your role.

The desired requirements:-

•             Experience of working in neurological settings

•             An understanding of the functional impact of acquired neurological impairments and effective treatment approaches and outcome measures

•             Experience in respiratory care, posture management, neurological movement disorders

•             A positive approach to interdisciplinary team working and sharing of skills

•             Knowledge of research methods

 

Closing Date

31/07/2020