If you have excellent organisational, communication and problem-solving skills and enjoy building good rapport with people from a range of backgrounds, we would like you to be part of our team.
You will be working in an integrated children’s therapy service which consists of physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, therapy assistants and administration staff. As part of a multi-disciplinary and multiagency team, you will provide services for children with neurodevelopmental concerns experiencing a wide range of pathologies. You will gain experience across various settings including community clinics, special and mainstream schools, pre-schools and home visits across the locality of North Hampshire. The Children’s Therapy service in the north locality is based over two sites, Aldershot Centre for Health and Adelphi House in Basingstoke.
We are an experienced and supportive team that has excellent working relationships with early years, schools, health and social care colleagues allowing us to share our expertise more widely and create innovative ways of working together to better meet the needs of the child and their family/ carers.
We greatly value our staff and can support you to develop your skills by offering:
- A friendly and supportive network of colleagues
- Clinical supervision and joint working opportunities
- Training and development opportunities
- Discipline specific training days across Solent to share best practice and clinical expertise.
At Solent NHS Trust, our approach to delivering children’s therapy services is innovative, refreshing and above all, caring. We are committed to putting patient care first and we are looking for dedicated professionals who share our HEART values and our passion for delivering high quality care.
Solent was recently awarded a ‘Good’ in four domains and an ‘Outstanding’ in the caring domain which is something we are really proud about. As a valued member of Solent NHS Trust, we’ll offer you a competitive salary, NHS pension, ongoing training and development and good quality working conditions.
If our Physiotherapist role appeals, you have the qualities we are looking for, share our values and feel excited by the prospect of what we can do for your career then we’d love to hear from you.
Applicants must have access to a vehicle for work and possess a full driving license.
Hours: Full time. No on-call. Weekdays.
If you’d like to find out more or arrange an informal visit please contact Physiotherapist Clinical Pathway Lead Sonja Cooper (on 077 212 11901) or Physiotherapy Clinical Team Co-ordinator Anouska Cooper (on 07825522400) for an informal chat about the role.
Please note that should this post attract sufficient interest, we may choose to close at an earlier date. We strongly suggest that you apply at an early stage. If we have not contacted you within four weeks of the closing date of this post, please presume that you have not been selected. Candidates selected for interview will be contacted within 2-3 weeks; therefore you should check your emails regularly including junk mail folders.
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