CE033721 - Highly Specialist Physiotherapist

NHS National Services Scotland
Aberdeen, UK
Closing date
2 Nov 2020

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This is an exciting opportunity for a physiotherapist with respiratory experience to join the above team to cover a maternity leave. The hours and days worked can be flexible.

We are now looking for a motivated and enthusiastic physiotherapist who has proven working knowledge of respiratory conditions and in particular experience working with patients who have long term conditions. The post would suit an experienced band 6 physiotherapist who is looking to further develop their clinical and managerial skill base in a busy regional unit, or someone who is already a band 7 physiotherapist but would like a change of scenery and fresh environment in which to enhance and refine their respiratory skills.

The physiotherapy team within this unit is well established and the team is valued for its contribution to high quality patient care. Clinical development will be supported with CPD time and the department activity encourages staff of all grades to meet their potential.

If you are a physiotherapist in another clinical area with the relevant qualifications but are looking to change your area of practice, we may be able to offer supervised practice/training to enable you to develop your skills, competencies and a portfolio within this area. There have been many exciting innovate new ways of working developed over the last 6 months and this team has been at the forefront of our departmental digital work.

This post will contribute to our weekend and oncall service

There have been many developments in cystic fibrosis over the last 3 years. If you would like to hear more about this please call Margaret on.

Interviews will be held on Friday 27 November 2020.
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