NEW CLOSING AND INTERVIEW DATE - 16TH AND 23RD OCTOBER
Band 5 – Full time
Are you a Band 5 Physiotherapist looking to further your Orthopaedic Trauma knowledge and skill set?
We have an exciting opportunity to join our inpatient Orthopaedic Trauma Physiotherapy Team at the John Radcliffe Hospital, a busy trauma unit and designated Major Trauma Centre.
We are looking for a proactive and motivated Physiotherapist to join our in-patient Orthopaedic team where you will gain experience working with patients recovering from major trauma including those undergoing limb reconstruction, spinal surgery, and acute orthopaedic trauma.
The in-patient team are a friendly, hard working and dedicated team. We work closely with our colleagues in the elective orthopaedic musculoskeletal and physiotherapy pain rehabilitation teams to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients and benefit from access to on site library facilities, hydrotherapy pool, physiotherapy gym, group based exercise classes and the physiotherapy research unit.
You will be well supported with regular in-service training sessions, supervision and access to clinical specialists. You will have the opportunity to be involved with audit and student supervision with many of our band 5 physiotherapists going on to seek band 6 positions within the Trust.
Due to the complex nature of our caseload you will be expected to already be working at a Band 5 level with recent NHS experience strongly advised. You will be expected to participate in the department’s weekend and evening on-call rota.
This advert closes on Thursday 6 May 2021
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