Physiotherapist - Community Rehabilitation Team

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
M15 4HA
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust £ 31.365 - 37.89 Per year Full time Save This Job
Pay
£ 31.365 - 37.89 Per year
Hours
Full time
Type
Bank
Job level
Qualified (non-manager)
Posted
12 Jan 2021
Closes
10 Feb 2021

Job Description

Community Rehabilitation - Band 6 Physiotherapist

Post Title

Community Rehabilitation - Physiotherapist

Service/Ward/Department

TLCO community services - Community Rehabilitation

Borough

Trafford

Band & salary scale

6

Hours of work

37.5hrs

Permanent/Fixed term

permanent



Trafford Local Care Organisation

We are TraffordLocal Care Organisation - an exciting, new public sector organisation bringing together NHS community health services and adultsocial care services in Trafford. We're driven by the aim of improving the health of local people in Trafford by working across organisational boundaries.

Our community healthcare teams inadults andchildren's servicesare employed by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and deployed to us, linking closely with our colleagues in Manchester Local Care Organisation. Our teams work as one and together we will make a massive difference to the health of people in Trafford.

Role Summary:

This post offers an exciting opportunity for an experienced Physiotherapist to consolidate their clinical skills and develop leadership skills within TLCO community therapy services.

You will be a dynamic, professional and enthusiastic team member able to work autonomously and facilitate the development of those around you. You will be joining a well-established therapy service that provides services in client's homes and other community settings.



Key Responsibilities of the Post:


  • To provide a specialist patient centred physiotherapy service to those who are referred to the community rehabilitation service.
  • To undertake the assessment and clinical diagnosis of patients using investigative and analytical skills; formulating an individual management and/or treatment programme according to the patients goals using advanced clinical reasoning and a range of treatment skills, including knowledge of alternative treatment options.
  • To undertake the continuous assessment and evaluation of treatment programmes to ensure maximum patient benefit, and modify them according to the patient's needs. Ensuring timely discharge.
  • To demonstrate a high level of manual handling skills.
  • To assess and manage clinical risk and accept clinical responsibility as an autonomous practitioner for a designated caseload of patients, and organise this efficiently and effectively with regard to clinical priorities and use of time.
  • To utilise complex communication skills to be able to overcome barriers to communication.
  • Provide advice and education to patients and carers in conjunction with the multi-disciplinary team and signpost to appropriate agencies and charities.
  • To be responsible for the safe maintenance and competent use of all equipment, appliances and aids and ensuring each is safe for its purpose prior to use.
  • To be aware of, and comply with, organisational and departmental policies and procedures and to be involved in reviewing and up-dating as appropriate.
  • To work in support of and deputise for the Senior Practitioner in the day to day running of the team; service evaluation and design.
  • To be actively involved in research and audit to enable informed judgements regarding patient's care and service development to be made.
  • To ensure that non-registered / junior staff are clear about their responsibilities and accountability and that they have received appropriate informal or formal training and supervision, and are competent to carry out any duties that are delegated to them.
  • To maintain own continuing professional development and develop current knowledge of evidenced based practise.
  • To support the development of a culture of accountability and governance at all levels




    Key Requirements of the Person Specification:

    • Diploma/Degree in Physiotherapy
    • HCPC Registration
    • Evidence of post graduate study
    • Appropriate relevant post grad experience working in a community setting
    • Evidence of working in a multi-disciplinary team
    • Evidence of working with clients in the community setting
    • Knowledge of current best practice
    • Good level of skill in treating patients
    • Good clinical knowledge base
    • Evidence of working with people with multiple needs and long term conditions
    • Ability to undertake appropriate therapy assessments relevant to the clinical speciality
    • Able to use clinical reasoning to justify relevant therapy diagnosis and formulate treatment plans







    Informal Contact Names:

    Harriet Allen (Physio
  • Ref: TD00421

    Job Details

    Physiotherapist - Community Rehabilitation Team

    Manchester, Greater Manchester, Englandd Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
    Pay
    £ 31.365 - 37.89 Per year
    Job level
    Qualified (non-manager)
    Hours
    Full time
    Posted
    12 Jan 2021
    Type
    Bank
    Closes
    10 Feb 2021

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