Would you like to earn £38,000 - £43,000 pa working Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm only?
Are you a HCPC registered Physiotherapist?
Do you have at least 2 years experience as a fully Qualified Physiotherapist?
Does the idea of no more awkward shift patterns or weekend work sound great?
If the answer is yes to all these questions then MSI might just have the ideal role for you. We are currently recruiting for qualified Physiotherapist's who are looking to put their training and skills to use in a different role.
**This a FULL-TIME/PERMANENT position (Mon to Fri, 9 to 5 - No weekends, nights or shifts) - There are no part-time positions available**
The role of a Functional Assessor offers the day to day variety, the one to one interaction and the clinical expertise of a normal Physiotherapist role without the ever present threat of cuts, awkward shift patterns and the feeling of being overworked and underpaid.
The starting salary for a Physiotherapist Functional Assessor is a £38,000pa base salary rising to £40,000 upon accreditation and up to £43,000 once approved for more complex cases. This salary comes with an excellent benefits package also including good company pension, private health care, life insurance etc.
Probably the most attractive thing about the role for someone who has been a ward based Physiotherapist is the fixed working hours. It is a straight Monday to Friday role from 9am to 5pm. There is no irregular shift work or weekend work involved at all so you are able to plan your days and weeks knowing exactly where you will be!
The company will also cover the cost of your HCPC fees every year.
So if you are ready to make a change in your Physiotherapy career and would like to hear more about this excellent opportunity then please call Craig Coppack at MSI Recruitment on or email .
Alternatively click "Apply now" and send me your CV!
- Functional Assessor
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