Senior Physiotherapist

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • London
  • £39,000 - £46,124 GBP / Year
  • Salary: £39,000 - £46,124

At our client, you’ll be welcomed. They are a champion diversity and understand the importance of our people representing the communities and customers they serve. You’ll find an inclusive environment where you can be yourself and where everyone is driven by the same purpose – helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives and making a better world.

As a Clinician, their patients will be your top priority. They have belief in you to do what’s right for our patients and in return we’ll support you to develop your career so you can not only grow but thrive.


We are looking for a competent and enthusiastic paediatric Physiotherapist able to undertake all aspects of your clinical duties as an autonomous practitioner.

You will provide a highly specialist, client-centred and evidence-based service to outpatient and inpatient caseload of babies and young people (aged from birth up to 18 years of age). Referrals to Paediatric Physiotherapy will include a range of physical diagnosis and conditions in an inpatient and/or outpatient setting.

What you’ll do:

  • To participate in discharge planning and liaise with external agencies to ensure a discharge that is safe and supportive of the patient’s ongoing care and rehabilitation needs.
  • Comply with confidentiality policies as set out by the client.
  • Respect a patient’s right to be chaperoned and appropriately implement the Hospital chaperone policy
  • Maintain accurate, comprehensive, and timely patient treatment records and reports in line with local and national requirements for best management of the patient.
  • Manager clinical risk within your caseload at all times and ensure potential clinical risk is effectively communicated and managed.
  • To promote dignity, privacy, and safety always, with consideration of the patient’s cultural, spiritual, and personal needs and preferences.
  • Be aware of the limitations of your own clinical practice/experience and seek support appropriately.
  • Be responsible for the ethical, safe, and competent recommendation and provision of therapy equipment within your scope.
  • To keep abreast of the latest evidence within your specialty to maintain best clinical practice.
  • Participate actively in the departmental in-service training programmes and opportunities within the Hospital.
  • Share your knowledge, skills, and experience and to work collaboratively with your colleagues.

What you’ll bring

  • Degree in Physiotherapy
  • HCPC Registration
  • Enhanced DBS clearance
  • Proven experience in neurodevelopment and neurology and/or paediatric MSK and orthopaedics Knowledge of paediatric outcome measures and standardised assessments
  • Knowledge of specialist equipment appropriate to paediatric physiotherapy.

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