George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust opened in 1948 and provides a range of elective, non-elective, surgical, medical, women’s, children’s, diagnostic and therapeutic services to a population of more than 350,000 people.
The hub of the Trust is located on the outskirts of Nuneaton and its services cover a large footprint, including north Warwickshire, south west Leicestershire, and north Coventry. We also provide primary and community services across Coventry, Warwickshire and Leicestershire.
Our vision is "to EXCEL at patient care". If you think you've got what it takes, help us realise this and join #TeamEliot.
Clinical Specialist in Pain-MSK Out-patients
Band 7-Fixed Term (12 months maternity cover)
37.5 hours per week, £37,570-£43,772
Here at George Eliot our vision to ‘excel at patient care’ takes centre stage. An ever evolving clinically-led acute service provider we are on a journey to continually provide high quality, safe and responsive services delivered by inspiring, friendly and compassionate staff who share our corporate values which underpin everything we do. Our values are not just words on a piece of paper, they bond us together, reflect our ambition and shape who we are:
Effective Open Communication
excellence and safety in everything we do
Challenge but support
Expect respect and dignity
Local health that inspires confidence
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, highly skilled, and motivated physiotherapy practitioner to work as a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in managing patients with Persistent Pain, in a developing and dynamic out-patient setting. You must have experience of working at either Band 6 or Band 7 level within a musculoskeletal environment, with a special interest in managing Persistent Pain.
The post offers a great chance for individual development within this specialist area, working alongside Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioners in Pain, Spinal, Upper Limb and Lower Limb conditions, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Women’s Health, and Band 7 MSK Team Leaders.
The role allows for development of your biopsychosocial assessment skills, in addition to therapeutic pain management rehabilitation work. There is also opportunity to work closely alongside Clinical Psychologists completing joint assessments, and the delivery of a multidisciplinary Pain Management Programme, in addition to attending Multidisciplinary Team meetings with Pain Clinic Consultant Anaesthetists and Clinical Nurse Specialists.
The role will be based at the George Eliot Hospital within our friendly and welcoming physiotherapy team, assessing and treating referrals from both GPs and Consultants. There is an excellent in-service set up with quarterly senior IST days, with both internal and external speakers, in addition to individual mentorship by a senior member of the team to help with your personal goals – our moto being “Your Potential is our Goal”.
So, if you are ready for your next challenge, then come and work for us!
Our benefits include but are not limited to: On-site nursery, 27 days minimum annual leave plus 8 bank holidays, cycle to work scheme, flexible working, on-site discounted gym, extensive in-house course learning directory, buying and selling of annual leave, subsidised restaurant, tranquillity garden and generous subsidised on-site parking.
Closing date: Monday 26th August, 2019
Interview Date: Friday 13th September 2019
This post may close early due to high numbers of applications so you are advised to apply promptly.
All correspondence for this vacancy will be sent by email; please check your account regularly including your Junk and SPAM areas.
A great and friendly place to work, so bring your passion, commitment and expertise and enjoy the opportunities to make a difference every day.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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