We have a full time vacancy for an experienced Physiotherapist to join our team in providing a varied range of services on our Inpatient Units, Day Units and Wellbeing services.
Being a physiotherapist at Myton is a rewarding and challenging role, but will give you an opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills within the specialist palliative care field.
Previous experience in oncology or palliative care, respiratory care, neurology, outpatients or the community are ideal, as well as excellent communication and organisational skills. Our Physiotherapy team delivers individual and group interventions as well as being involved in delivering our Fatigue and Breathlessness and Living Well Programmes to outpatients.
We spoke to Heather Holmes, who is a Specialist Physiotherapist at Myton, about what her role is like. She said:
We get to help patients set their goals towards what they want to achieve; our work is centred on them and their goals and needs. We really do have time to dedicate to each patient which is so valuable and it’s a really varied role as we work across the different environments and services at Myton. This also involves teaching and educating people who are taking part in the Fatigue and Breathlessness programme which is very rewarding. And of course the whole Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy team are great to work with too!
We can offer our Physiotherapists:
- Support for Learning and Professional Development
- The option to transfer your NHS pension
- Free parking on our sites
- No on call or weekend working
Applicants should be a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and work in accordance with the HCPC Code of Practice.
Find out more about the role and apply here