Location: UK Nationwide
Hours: Full or Part-Time to provide temporary cover as required (Monday - Friday only)
Salary: Competitive bank rates (dependant on experience)
As a rapidly growing, national rehabilitation company, IPRS Health has exciting job opportunities for Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists to join our bank list throughout the country.
This role will involve working at our on-site and/or workplace locations across the UK, managing patients within an Occupational Health setting. The role will involve undertaking clinical assessment and appropriate management of patients with musculoskeletal conditions, using evidence-based treatment and robust clinical reasoning.
This is an excellent opportunity for Chartered Physiotherapists looking for additional temporary hours or for those looking for additional experience working as part of a Occupational Health team for their own professional development. Previous Occupational Health experience is not essential for this role as full training will be provided for successful applicants.
IPRS Health as an organisation prides itself on its support of the growth and development of staff, and offers opportunities for further professional development through the IPRS Health Regional Training programme, monthly in-service and induction training.
IPRS Health are regarded as one of the UK's leading providers of quality corporate health and well-being solutions, including physiotherapy, rehabilitation, ergonomic services, psychological services and health and well-being screening. Physiotherapists within the IPRS Health bank network will be given priority access to future permanent employment opportunities within IPRS Health if desired.
To be considered for this role, you must hols a professional qualification in Physiotherapy, be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and hold current membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
The role may involve unsupervised lone working, therefore, Band 6 equivalent is preferred, however, senior Band 5 equivalent with evidence of competency and a minimum of 3-years' post-registration MSK experience may also be considered.
To apply for this position, the post holder must be able to evidence their right to work in the UK.
To arrange either an informal conversation or for more details on this role then please contact Ben Beckwith, Clinical Lead of Occupational Physiotherapy Health Services, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please read the full Job Description before completing the application form and forwarding it to: email@example.com.