Category: Private Work
Closing Date: 27 June 2018
Salary: £35,000.00 to £37,000.00 pro rata
Location: Wales
Full time/Part time: Part Time
Position Type: Permanent

Able to undertake the assessment of acute and chronic injuries in conjunction with medical and nursing staff and to provide effective professional advice to facilitate recovery and manage related problems and disabilities.

To undertake assessment of the workplace for specific individuals concerns. To record findings and any proposed changes or restrictions then to inform the appropriate levels of Management of those proposals.

Ability develop and implement individual rehabilitation programmes for returning to work following musculoskeletal injury.

To work closely with the Occupational health team to ensure a co-ordinated approach to musculo-skeletal issues.

To develop and present education and practical sessions to assist in the prevention of work related injuries. To promote general awareness of physical fitness and the benefits it can have.

To ensure that proper records are made and kept on all individuals seen and treated. To provide the relevant information to management at an appropriate level, with due consideration for confidentiality and security of medical information.

To specify equipment required to fulfil the role and responsibilities of the physiotherapy service. To ensure that the equipment is maintained in good working order and the site facilities are kept in appropriate state of tidiness and cleanliness.

To take an active role in supporting and delivering an integrated service programme.

To help collate statistics as pre-agreed, for monthly or quarterly reporting by Optima Health to the client.

Experience, skills and knowledge required for the role:

CSP and HCPC Registered Physiotherapist.
Minimum of 5 years post graduate experience in treating and managing musculo-skeletal conditions.
Acupuncture qualification and member of ACPOHE desirable.
Experience working independently and as part of a team.
Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
The ability to manage and prioritise caseload efficiently
Experience in promoting effective multidisciplinary team work.
Current driving licence.

IT literate, in particular competence in using Cohort, or ability to learn this without undue delay.

We care about our people and we care about what we do. Committed to delighting our clients, we look for people who bring enthusiasm and a dynamic approach to their work.

By joining us you will be part of our team, working for a business with a passion for innovation, intelligent analysis and clinical excellence. We encourage, enable and support our employees to deliver excellence as part of an agile, high-performing team. Join us and become part of our story.

As you’d expect from a leading provider of occupational health and wellbeing services, our market leading remuneration, training and development programmes ensure we keep and develop only the best professionals.

CV's to

  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Pension Scheme

Employer Information

DVLA, DVLA, Long View Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 7JL [more details]