Chartered Physiotherapist - Dundrum Vacancy In Spectrum Health

Hiring Organization / Company: Spectrum Health
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time



Job Details:

Who are we looking for?

We're looking for a Chartered Physiotherapist who can work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team in our Dundrum Clinic. We are looking for a full time Physiotherapist to join the team for this employee role.

The clinic is based within an established GP practice, whereby you will be working alongside the medical team and another Physiotherapist. You'll also have access to a dedicated support team at our HQ, as well as structured performance management with the clinical lead.

When you start, you will receive comprehensive induction training, which includes learning about our business from all departments – marketing, operations, HR, etc. As well as dedicated support from our HQ team, you'll also get structured performance management with your clinical lead. Reviews will take place at 1/3/6/12 month marks, and annually thereafter - clear goals will be identified and measured at set timeframes.

What are the benefits of working with us? We offer discounted health insurance (available after successful probation period), annual leave that increases with length of service, a “Me Day” – an additional day's leave each year to try something new – , educational and CPD support, and a monthly personal health & wellness allowance. For more information, please click here. (https://static1.squarespace.com/static/552bbfcce4b009016381c7ef/t/60fe96098c5c732ca9dedbee/1627297299035/Spectrum+Health+Benefits+%282021%29.pdf)


What experience and qualifications do I need?

  • BSc or MSc in Physiotherapy (essential)
  • Relevant private practice clinical experience preferred
  • CORU registration or S91 CORU application in process - please note you must be able to produce your application number (essential)
  • Chartered membership of ISCP (essential)
  • Professional Indemnity Insurance (essential)
  • Practice management software experience desirable
  • Microsoft Office desirable

What is the role and what will my responsibilities be?

  • Work with patients who have a range of conditions, primarily neuro-musculoskeletal, both face to face and digitally
  • Independently assess, diagnose, develop treatment plans, then provide treatment accordingly
  • Educate patients about how to prevent and/or improve their conditions
  • Admin responsibilities: medical case notes, reports, statistics, managing patient payments and issuing receipts
  • Liaise with other healthcare professionals in a timely manner
  • Conduct meetings with local GPs and potential referrers
  • Assist the marketing team in generating new patients
  • Part-take and facilitate in internal study groups
  • Report stock levels and equipment repairs to the Operations Executive
  • Meet continuous education requirements and maintain an up to date CPD folder
  • You may be required to create content and blogs from time to time
  • You may be required to work with the marketing team from time to time and provide them with on the ground feedback
  • Other ad hoc duties as and when required

This job might be for you if:

  • You have great passion for physiotherapy and are proactive in seeking out the best course of treatment for your patients
  • Motivating people, including yourself, comes easily
  • You enjoy developing relationships with other stakeholders
  • You can comfortably take initiative and adapt to new situations well
  • You are enthusiastic and enjoy taking part in wider company events

How do I apply?

Please click ‘apply to position', complete the application form, attach your CV and click ‘submit application'.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Please note that if you click "apply" you consent to your information to be stored for 12 months for recruitment purposes by Spectrum Health and to be shared with our affiliated partners including but not limited to, Spectrum Connected Health, Spectrum.Life, Spectrum Mental Health, , Doctor on Duty, GP24, Shelbourne Accountants and Financial Health




Job Location Information:
City: Dundrum
State: D
Country: Ie
Location: Dundrum, County Dublin
Job Listing No# : 274304

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