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We have a Therapies One-Stop Shop Recruitment Event taking place on Thursday 16th December at The Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, The Shropshire Education and Conference Centre (SECC).
We are looking for enthusiastic, newly qualified and existing band 5 Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists to join our friendly team of Therapists working on a rotational basis across both The Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and The Princess Royal Hospital, Telford.
Come along and have a chat with the team, have an interview, complete all of your recruitment paperwork and leave with a provisional job offer and the excitement of joining our family! Don't worry if you can't make this date, we can arrange for you to be interviewed on an alternative date.
Interested in attending? Contact: Corinne Smith / Corinne.email@example.com / 01743 492402
Main duties of the job
To assess, diagnose/interpret and manage own caseload of complex
patients as an autonomous practitioner in accordance with
Professional Code of Conduct and Health and Care Professions
To work under the supervision and guidance of senior Therapists.
To work flexibly as part of the cover arrangements within the
Therapy Centre as required. The postholder will only be asked to
work within their competencies and should be aware that
notification of the need to move to a different clinical area may be
communicated with little notice to ensure the safety of the service.
The post will be rotational working across both hospital sites and
some postholders will work in Community settings as part of their
Working for our organisation
We can offer:
Pre-registration positions at Band 4 level until HCPC registration is complete.
Successful applicants can automatically join the therapy bank to pick up shifts whilst still studying (at a Band 2 level).
Shropshire is a fantastic area and a great place to enjoy many physical activities such as: biking, running, hiking, and even more for the more adventurous of you.
Training for newly qualifiers
We offer a robust training and development programme and a competency system for all our band 5's and provide support for development opportunities.
Our Band 5 positions are rotational contracts lasting 6 months and cover:
Surgery including Critical care
Stroke and Rehab
Front door services including ED
All rotations have a robust competency framework and mentorship system with appraisals at regular periods across the rotation with a full appraisal annually. You are supported by a stable team of experienced staff, headed by a Therapy-led Management Team. We have also established peer group sessions across both sites to help new starters have a point of contact for help or concerns.
Detailed job description and main responsibilities
For full duties and responsibilities please refer to the attached document entitled Job Description.
Quals, Experience, Knowledge
As required for entry into University for professional training
Degree or pending a degree in Physiotherapy / Occupational Therapy
Registered or applied for early registration with Health and Care Professions Council
Broad range of student placements or postgraduate experience
Evidence of Continuing Professional Development maintained in a Portfolio including evidence based practice.
Relevant IT Skills
Good written and verbal communication skills
Organisation, planning, prioritisation and decision making skills
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines