Staff Grade Physiotherapy

Job Ref.No: 
11910
Publish Date: 
28/11/2019 - 00:00 to 28/12/2019 - 00:00
Location: 
Classification: 
Contract Type: 
Permanent Part Time
Salary Min: 
1
Salary Max: 
1

 

Staff Grade Physiotherapy Job Summary

Healthcare Direct have a highly experienced team of Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists supported by Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy Managers. We specialise in providing healthcare services to the public and private sectors as well as Occupational Health services to employees of companies and organisations right across Ireland. We provide patient centred quality care in a wide range of settings including nursing and residential care settings, community hospitals, acute inpatient wards, specialist care centres, private company premises and also private sessions in patients’ homes. As such, we see a broad and diverse range of clinical presentations.

Due to significant business growth, we are currently looking to employ a Staff Grade Physiotherapist to join our team in Galway, initially on a part-time basis with potential to increase hours based on candidate availability and caseload growth. You would be based in Galway, however this role will include travel to clients in the surrounding counties. As a growing company this is an exciting time within the business with excellent opportunities for those joining us.

Working as a Physiotherapist in our team will involve:

•             Completing thorough and detailed assessment, using appropriate clinical techniques and equipment

•             Recording information in line with ISCP guidelines and client local policies and procedures

•             Delivering evidence based intervention / treatment to all patients, in line with the ISCP

•             Providing appropriate advice based on the patient’s medical, social and cultural circumstances

•             Formulating and delivering individual physiotherapy treatment programmes and group exercise/education programmes using clinical assessment and reasoning skills

•             Developing treatment plans / goals, assisting and enabling patients to achieve their treatment goals and targets

•             Maintaining accurate, comprehensive, contemporaneous patient records in line with ISCP standards of practice

The post holder will require the following:

•             ISCP and CORU Registration

  • Professional Indemnity Insurance

•             A broad range of under-graduate clinical experience with Elderly care being desirable but not essential

•             Strong written and verbal skills