An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Physiotherapist to join the multi-disciplinary team at Meadow High School. The successful applicant will be employed by Kate Meads Associates Limited.
We are a dynamic and innovative team requiring an experienced, pro-active physiotherapist wishing to develop their clinical and management skills (Band 6 equivalent). A minimum of 18 months postgraduate experience is essential together with experience of working with children and adolescents with special educational needs and the ability to work collaboratively. Experience of hydrotherapy would be desirable.
The role is based within Meadow High School, a secondary SEN school for children aged 11 -19 with a wide variety of conditions including developmental delay, respiratory, neurological and neuromuscular pathologies.
The post holder will work as part of the Multidisciplinary Team to integrate clinical intervention across all aspects of an educational curriculum ensuring that pupils readily access and engage in learning. The post holder will be supported by the MDT lead as well as by senior colleagues in the other therapy disciplines.
This post provides an excellent opportunity for consolidating and/or expanding your knowledge and skills as well as contributing to the continuing development of an effective and high quality service.
his post is initially a fixed-term contract to the end of September 2018, with the possibility of extension thereafter.
Meadow High School and Kate Meads Associates are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and for ensuring that they are protected from harm. These posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check.
- 4 days per week, 44 weeks per year (with potential of additional hours)
- Locaton: Hillingdon, Uxbridge
- Salary Range: £31,780 to £37,640 (incl outer London Weighting) pro rata
- Fixed Term: September 2017 to October 2018
If you require any further information or wish to apply please send a covering letter and your CV to:-
Closing Date: 3 July 2017
Interviews: Week commencing 10 July 2017