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Krys Jarvis

PMG Conference 2022

11th to 13th July 2022 in Telford. Our annual conference provides an educational programme, industry exhibition and networking events for professionals working in the field of posture and wheeled mobility.

Wheelchair Clinician

Ref: Bard00002264

Location: Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire

Hours: 37.5

Salary: £31,000.00 - £38,000.00

Organisation: NRS Healthcare Wheelchair Service

Would you like to use your therapy skills in new and exciting ways? NRS Healthcare are looking for an occupational therapist or physiotherapist to join the team based at the wheelchair service in Hull. You would be joining a vibrant clinical team of 150 across the division, including 60 occupational therapists.

Speciality: Wheelchair Service East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull

Working hours: Monday-Friday 37.5 hours per week;  part time/flexible working considered

Salary: Band 6 equivalent -  £31,000-£38,000

Essential Criteria • BSc (Hons) Degree in Occupational Therapy/Physiotherapy • Registration with HCPC • Relevant experience in seating and postural management, or paediatrics, or neurological conditions.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated physiotherapist or occupational therapist. Looking to increase your skills/knowledge of wheelchairs? -  then this role may appeal. Working within our team of therapists, technicians, specialist engineers and support staff at Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire Wheelchair Service.

This role will include: • Delivery of a high-quality service covering the assessment, prescription and provision of wheelchairs and associated accessories to service users of all ages • Undertaking holistic assessments of adults and children with a variety of physical, cognitive and/or learning disabilities impacting on mobility • Working collaboratively with a variety of health care professionals; creatively accessing various funding options to help service users achieve not only their mobility goals, but to meet their wider health and wellbeing needs • Working in partnership with the Personal Wheelchair Budget liaison officer to support service users in exploring options to meet their wider wellbeing needs • Participation in projects and initiatives with the commissioners and NHS/local authority teams • Involvement in our service user engagement strategy.

Working in this busy service we can offer: Full induction and training • A friendly and supportive team • Regular individual supervision and group reflective practice • Continuing professional development opportunities • A varied and challenging caseload

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If you would like to arrange an informal chat please email, and if you have an updated CV we would love to see it!

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