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Part-time Physiotherapist

Posted 5 February by Seven Resourcing Easy Apply Ended

Part-time MSK Physiotherapist - 15 - 21 Hours per week - Permanent, Self-employed - Glasgow

About the Team:

  • Combining physiotherapy, sports science, prevention and cure, this private company have an approach which provides treatment designed specifically for each client, to help them get healthy and stay healthy.
  • Specialists in sports injuries and spinal pain, the physiotherapists strive to develop their skills everyday and undertake ongoing training and development modules to allow them to do so.
  • Physio treatments may include a variety of techniques ranging from advice, exercise, mobilisation, manipulation, massage, soft tissue release or acupuncture.

About the Role:

  • Available on a self-employed associate basis, the vacancy is for a motivated physiotherapist, for approximately 15 - 21 hours, as flexible for the successful candidate.
  • The role will entitle you to 50% of all client fees, and provide you with a professional setting in which to see clients and provide the very best service.
  • The role requires you to assist in generating business, but the reputation will ensure you have a steady referral of new clients.
  • Although this is an MSK role, you will have opportunities to develop the role in a direction which suits your clinical interest.

Requirements for the Role:

  • You will have a degree in Physiotherapy, and current registration with the HCPC and CSP.
  • You will have at least two year's experience as a post grad clinician.
  • You will be hardworking and organised, with a genuine passion for the delivery of first class care.

If you meet the requirements for this role and are looking for an opportunity to progress as a clinician with a fantastic company, on a part-time basis to suit you, apply today.

Reference: 34393715

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