An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced existing Band 6 Stroke Physiotherapist or a self-motivated & proactive Band 5 Physiotherapist with appropriate level of stroke specific experience to move to a Band 6 role. We are looking for applicants with excellent communication & caseload management skills to work in the Scarborough Community Stroke service to help deliver care and treatment in patients' homes or usual place of residence.
This role will support patients to remain at home and be as independent as possible by providing specialist physiotherapy assessment & interventions to patients with a stroke diagnosis, in their usual place of residence and intermediate care settings within the local community.
To succeed in this role you will need to be passionate about community healthcare provision,
able to tackle key priorities with enthusiasm & have the tenacity to deliver in an ever changing environment. We are committed to our trust values of caring, learning & growing & offer a variety of learning opportunities with regular supervision and in-service training programmes. As a senior therapist you will have management and supervision responsibilities for junior staff, students and contribute to service development.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust provides a number of staff benefits including personal car lease scheme, discounted gym membership & attractive pension scheme. Main duties of the job
The main duties of the role will include:
- Triage & prioritise new referrals received by the service
- Responsibility for a designated caseload of patients: to organise this effectively and efficiently with regards to clinical priorities and use of time.
- To undertake a comprehensive assessment of patients including those with diverse or complex presentations using clinical reasoning skills.
- Support patients with individualised goal setting, education and care plans to work towards fulfilling their potential in a targeted and realistic way via delivery of evidence based clinical interventions and practice in partnership with patients, relatives, staff, managers, and externally with other agencies.
- Support patients to remain at home, providing care for patients within the stroke service.
- To be accountable in own area of clinical responsibility participating in regular clinical and line management supervision, completing all required training and ensuring own continued professional development.
- To provide line management, supervision, support, guidance and training to peers, Community Support Practitioners and students.
We are an award winning and CQC rated good health and social care Trust delivering integrated services across Hull, East and North Yorkshire. Find out more on our website
We are a forward thinking and dynamic Trust with a real commitment to staff development. We value our colleagues and invest in them to ensure they have the right skills to deliver outstanding care.
We are proud to score above or equal to the average for all NHS People Promise theme areas demonstrating our commitment to improve the experience of working in the NHS for everyone. Wherever you work we know you will receive a warm welcome and all the support you'll need to get you started.
We recognise the positive value of diversity and promotes equality whilst challenging discrimination. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.
Work life balance is about having influence and flexibility over when, where and how you work. If the work pattern for this role does not meet your needs, we welcome an application and are happy to discuss working arrangements that differ from those advertised.
We offer a unique range of benefits that go above and beyond other NHS Trusts including an enhanced leave package and health and wellbeing support.
From city to countryside, market towns to moors you'll find a place to call home including some of the most affordable places to live in the UK.
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For further information with regard to this vacancy, please see the attached Job description and Person specification.Person SpecificationExperienceEssential
- Evidence of sound post-registration professional practice
- Evidence of continuing professional development (CPD) relevant to the clinical area at a specialist level of care
Skills and CompetenciesEssential
- Experience or working in Community based physiotherapy
- Experience of using SystmOne
- Can commute effectively to facilitate community based visits including transportation of equipment required for clinical interventions
- IT skills to facilitate use of electronic patient records & other electronic systems e.g. for audit and equipment ordering
- Effective inter-personal skills and experience in supervising and mentoring
- Able to demonstrate effective communication skills and work flexibly within the team/service
Qualifications and KnowledgeEssential
- Ability to carry out basic observations and calculate NEWS2 score
- Ability to identify and set up home based assistive equipment according to individual patient need
- Degree/ Diploma in Physiotherapy
- Current HPC professional registration
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Presentation skills/training experience
- Member of specialist interest group/network, locally or regionally
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Prospect Road Surgery
174 Prospect Rd
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