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Are you looking to develop your Physiotherapy career within Community Rehabilitation?

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Physiotherapist with a special interest in Neurology to join our Angus Physiotherapy Service as part of the community rehabilitation team within South Angus. The successful candidate will be based within Parkview Carnoustie.

This role will require a commitment to promoting and developing the role of Physiotherapy within the community as well as supporting staff to deliver high quality evidence-based rehabilitation. As part of your role the post holder will provide a specialist lead for neuro rehab across the Angus community rehab teams. Your role within the community rehab team will involve a varied caseload seeing patients as part of the Enhanced Community Support (ECS) Programme as well as supported discharges, rapid response and general domiciliary referrals across the North Angus locality. The caseload is varied and includes musculo-skeletal, neurological, orthopaedic and respiratory problems. There may also be some input into palliative care, Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Better Balance Programmes.

The team enjoy a close working relationship with other members of the MDT, and are actively involved in GP Practice meetings across the locality. You will work closely with Occupational Therapy colleagues and AHP Support Workers across both services.

Angus Physiotherapy Service is a forward thinking progressive service. Our clinicians are supported in developing the skills required to deliver quality care to our patients and fully involved in service development.

An active in-service training programme is in place both with the local based and the Angus Physiotherapy Service. Personal and Professional Development is structured via the TURAS appraisal system.

You must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Hours of work are: 37.5 hours per week (part time hours will be considered)

Informal enquires to: Diane Redford, Clinical Lead for Community Physiotherapy

email: diane.redford@nhs.scot Tel: 01241 822591 or internally on ext 21291

Short-listed applicants will be contacted by email. Please check your emails regularly, including your junk/spam folder.