The Isle of Wight NHS Trust Physiotherapy Service has an opportunity for two Senior Physiotherapists to join the department’s B6 Medical Rotational Post: In-Patient Stroke, Acute Wards, Community Rehabilitation Stroke Team and the Community Rehabilitation Services.
The Post requires team and independent clinical working as well as good initiative. The post will involve flexible working across in-patient and out-patient settings.
You will demonstrate a breadth of previous NHS Respiratory, Acute, Rehabilitation, Stroke and Community Rehabilitation Physiotherapy experience, with a desire to enhance skills and contributing towards developing and supervising more junior members of the team. You will be HCPC registered with relevant UK NHS experience.
Current UK Driving Licence essential.
The service offers a commitment to ongoing professional development as well as a supportive, friendly network of colleagues. The department supports students from Southampton University on clinical placement.
The Isle of Wight offers a good work/life balance for those interested in nature, culture and many outdoor activities. Traffic congestion is rare.
If you would like to discuss this post or living on the Island, please contact:
For further information please contact: Caroline Bird: Deputy Principal Physiotherapist, Rehabilitation and Stroke; St Marys Hospital. Tel: (01983) 552069.
Stuart Browne: Deputy Principal Physiotherapist, Acute IP Services; St Marys Hospital. Tel:(01983) 534289.
The Isle of Wight is located just 4 miles from the South Coast, with frequent cross Solent crossings from a choice of ports of Lymington, Southampton, Portsmouth and Southsea with journey times taking from as little as 10 minutes. London can be reached in 90 minutes by rail from Southampton or Portsmouth. There is a regional airport at Southampton, with flights to many European destinations as well as UK mainland cities.
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