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Charity No: 1146913
A professional HealthCare Provider specialising in the treatment of police officers

Vacancies

Posted Nov 1st 2018

Weekend Physiotherapy Assistant

16 hours/month

Flint House, Goring

Flint House are looking to appoint a Physiotherapy Assistant for 1 weekend/month – 9am – 6pm both Saturday and Sunday (16 hours/month).  

Duties include opening the gym for patient use and swimming pool/spa for staff.   Principal duty from 1.30 – 5.30pm will be that of Emergency Responder and the successful candidate will need to remain in the pool area to monitor the pool and spa appropriately.   Responsibilities also include cleaning of all gym equipment, undertaking chemical and temperature tests of the pool at set times of the day, sanitizing pool equipment, cleaning the hydro and spa of scum lines.   There may also be some administration for the physiotherapy department, cleaning of physiotherapy machines and replenishing of stocks.  

Lifeguarding and CPR skills are required, training will be provided if the successful applicant does not already have these.

For an application form please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone

01491 874499.   Closing Date for applications 26 November 2018.

 

Posted Nov 1st 2018

Physiotherapist for Job Share Arrangement

18 hours/week

£26,500 - £40,180 pro rata (dependent on experience)

Flint House, Goring-on-Thames

The Police Rehabilitation Centre, a charity for the rehabilitation of injured serving and retired police officers set in a stunning rural location near Goring-on-Thames, is looking to recruit a Physiotherapist to work Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Friday as part of a job share arrangement.

The work includes taking an active part in the assessment and rehabilitation of officers; assisting in the development, organisation, maintenance and function of the physiotherapy/rehabilitation service; liaising with both internal staff and referring medical and paramedical agencies; maintaining adequate, clear clinical records and keeping abreast of new developments in the field.

The successful candidate will have BSc Hons Physiotherapy degree or equivalent together with relevant post graduate experience and courses. They will also be HCPC registered and be willing to be DBS checked.   They will be a good communicator, friendly, enthusiastic, flexible and enjoy working as part of a team.   Own transport is essential as no public transport nearby.

Benefits include a 10% non-contributory pension scheme and use of leisure facilities.

For an application form please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone

01491 874499.

Closing date for applications 16th November 2018

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