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Job summary

Main area
acute stroke unit
Grade
Band 7
Contract
Secondment: 12 months
Hours
Part time - 30 hours per week
Job ref
164-2948212
Employer
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Employer type
NHS
Site
City campus
Town
Nottingham
Salary
£38,890-£44,503 per annum
Closing
21/04/2021 23:59

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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust logo

COVID-19 Vacancy Advanced Physiotherapist

Band 7

Job overview

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced physiotherapist to work in stroke rehabilitation, based at City Hospital Campus (0.8 12 months fixed-term).

Are you a dynamic and forward thinking Physiotherapist looking to join an organisation focussed on patient outcomes and professional development?

As a Physiotherapist within the NUH Stroke rehabilitation pathway, you’ll join a team who are focussed on clinical excellence and holistic, person centred care.

You will provide specialist neurological assessment, rehabilitation and management for stroke patients undertaking inpatient rehabilitation, taking a leading role in a high quality, efficient and effective interdisciplinary service.

You will be joining an established, dynamic team comprising a mix of static and rotational Band 2/3/5&6’s, with peer support from experienced Band 7’s and leadership from an 8a Clinical Specialist.

Main duties of the job

In addition to the below summary  you need to familiarize yourself with full Job Description and Person Specification documents attached to this advert.

Must have a passion for staff development and a proven track record of providing high quality training and mentorship for a range of abilities, including face to face teaching, appraisals and clinical supervision.

You will be facilitating a 24-hour approach to rehabilitation, engendering a rehabilitation culture and supporting a 7-day stroke service across the pathway (this may be at QMC or City campus depending on need).

There is an expectation that you will identify areas for, and engage the wider team with ongoing service developments, supporting stroke services in managing change. You will be expected to have oversight and an understanding of the whole stroke pathway from hyper-acute through inpatient rehabilitation and working closely with community colleagues around the discharge and ongoing rehabilitation for stroke patients.

 

Working for our organisation

Therapies and Rehabilitation Services is one of the pathways that together make up the Clinical Support Division at NUH. We are a diverse pathway of AHPs and support staff, employing over 600 staff who work together to deliver the high quality care we aspire to.

Our HCPC registered AHP professionals comprise of physiotherapists, dietitians, occupational therapists, orthotists, prosthetists and speech and language therapists, and our other staff encompass professionals such as nurses, psychologists, administrative and clerical and support workers.

We have a Chief AHP to lead us on our strategic direction, and many of the pathway leadership team have pathway AHP backgrounds to support our staff. There are also Practice Development Therapists to support career development for all.

We’ve made a clear commitment to our patients and staff that We Listen, We Care. We will do all we can to ensure our patients get the best possible care we can give them.

Detailed job description and main responsibilities

The following is a brief overview of clinical responsibilities, please see attached Job Description and Personal Specification for more details.

- Undertake evidence based assessment of patients, having a flexible approach to the delivery of care.

- Develop evidenced based holistic treatment plans for individuals with complex needs, enabling individuals, carers and families to contribute to the plan.

- Establish effective working relationships and communicate with the wider MDT, patients, families and carers.

- Proactively advocate for patients with complex needs.

- Proactively work with patients promoting self-management empowering them to make

choices about their future management.

- Have overall responsibility for the management of a complex clinical caseload

- Liaise with clinical colleagues from all specialties regarding assessment of

patient needs prior to transfer of care

Person specification

Qualifications

Essential criteria
  • BSc Physiotherapy and current HCPC registration

Skills and Experience

Essential criteria
  • Significant post graduate experience, including a wide variety of rotations and experiences at Band 6 minimum in relevant specialties.

Experience

Essential criteria
  • Management of staff, including appraisal, sickness and performance management

Communication Skills

Essential criteria
  • Excellent verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills including explaining, negotiating, motivating and training

Analytical and Judgement Skill

Essential criteria
  • Ability to assess complex information, formulate a diagnosis and plan patient management using clinical reasoning skills and a range of treatment options
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Applicant requirements

You must have appropriate UK professional registration.

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Documents to download

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Further details / informal visits contact

Name
Dave Whittaker
Job title
Therapy Service Manager
Email address
david.whittaker@nuh.nhs.uk
Telephone number
07812268385
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