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Physiotherapy Jobs in UK for Foreigners, Physiotherapy Jobs in NHS UK, An exciting opportunity has arisen for a part-time Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist to join our fantastic Therapy team at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre. 

This new role will be supporting our Oncology patients along the Cancer Pathway and provides the opportunity to work within a well-established MDT. 

This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to develop their specialist skills and assist with service improvement and innovation projects. You will be supported in a team environment working alongside other members of the MDT. There is also an opportunity to support the development of our New Therapeutic Rehab and Well-being Gym space.

If you have experience and transferable skills working in Neuro-oncology, we would like to hear from you. The successful candidate will demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to be committed to service development.

In addition, you will receive a High-Cost Area Supplement of 15% of your basic salary, subject to a minimum payment of £3,898 and a maximum payment of £4,967 per annum pro rata.

Post Name Oncology Physiotherapist / Occupational Therapist
Company Name East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
Expected Salary GBP 40057 to GBP 45839 Per Year
Address Northwood, London, England, United Kingdom HA4 7SJ

Responsibility for NHS Jobs in London:

The successful candidate will be experienced in independently managing a mixed caseload of patients with complex oncology presentations including Neuro-oncology.

MVCC provides a range of oncological treatments within our in-patient and out-patient settings.

The successful candidate will be an advocate for evidence-based practice, including optimizing rehabilitation opportunities before, during, and after treatment.

You will be actively involved in the education and training of other healthcare professionals, working closely with Dietitians, Speech and Language therapists, and  Occupational Therapists in a  friendly, supportive integrated team environment.

Industry Private
Schedule Type Part Time
Education Required Diploma/ degree in Physiotherapy3
Remote No

Essential criteria for NHS Jobs London No Indians:

  • Diploma/ degree in Physiotherapy
  • HCPC Registration
  • Post-graduate neurosciences courses
  • An active member of a neurosciences interest group
  • Student supervision or teaching skills course

Desirable criteria for Physiotherapy Jobs in UK with Sponsorship:

  • Experience of working in the NHS.
  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).

Previous Experience for NHS Jobs Login UK:

Essential criteria:

  • Previous relevant NHS Post Graduate experience of at least 4/5 years with significant post graduate experience preferably within Oncology
  • 2 years of specific neurological experience
  • Evidence of having worked unsupervised
  • Evidence of having supervised undergraduate physiotherapy students and/or evidence of having supervised qualified physiotherapists
  • Knowledge and experience of the implementation of standards and national guidelines relating to Oncology patients
  • Evidence of active involvement in Service Improvement (to include appraisal, audit, and implementation of change)
  • Experience in integrated therapy team working
  • Evidence of clinical practice influenced by evidence-based practice
  • Knowledge of Protocols and Care Pathways for relevant patient groups
  • Knowledge of relevant standardized assessment tools and outcome measures
  • Knowledge of advanced anatomy and physiology related to the clinical area
  • Implementation and adherence to Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Standards/Guidelines
  • Implementation and adherence to Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Standards/Guidelines

Skills for Physiotherapy Jobs in UK for Indians:

Essential criteria

  • The autonomous practitioner is able to work unsupervised at a specialist level.
  • Broad knowledge of current best evidence-based practice in neuro-physiotherapy.
  • Ability to manage own caseload assessing and treating complex and challenging patients for own case load and for members of their physiotherapy team.
  • Ability to plan, coordinate and evaluate appropriate physiotherapy treatment for a diverse patient group, demonstrating highly specialist analytical and diagnostic skills during assessment and intervention for own caseload and for members of their physiotherapy team.
  • Demonstrate Team Management and Leadership qualities.
  • Clear, concise, and able to communicate effectively to a variety of audiences; to utilize a variety of mediums and approaches.
  • Able to influence, guide, teach, motivate and lead others and promote development in both staff and students, with experience in supervision and appraisal.
  • Able to demonstrate in-depth skills in the assessment and application of a range of specific skills relating to oncology patients.
  • Information Technology skills including e-mail, Word, Excel & PowerPoint.
  • Membership in relevant Specialist Interest Group.

Desirable criteria

  • Ability to respond to calls for advice from patients and from health care professional workers nationally and internationally.
  • Evidence of effective presentation and training skills..

Other requirements for Physiotherapy Jobs NHS UK:

Essential criteria

  • The physical capabilities to manage patients with acute and long-term neurological disabilities both on the outpatient and in setting and on the wards.
  • Adaptable, flexible, investigative, analytical.
  • Empathy, good listener, humility, and honesty.
  • Seek to improve self and others in order to deliver the best possible care.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to equal opportunities.
  • Ability to reflect on own practice and that of others.
  • Willingness to uphold the Trust’s values.
  • Eligible to live and work in the UK.
  • Hold a full, valid, UK driving license and have access to a car to use for business purposes (unless you have a disability as defined by the Equality Act 2010).

About Company

Our mission is:

Providing high-quality, compassionate care for our communities.

Our vision for 2030 is:

To be trusted to provide consistently outstanding care and exemplary service.

Our values:

 We want our staff to believe in, demonstrate and live our values in everything we do.  

Include:

We value the diversity and experience of our community colleagues and partners, creating relationships and climates that provide an opportunity to share, collaborate and grow together.

Respect:

We create a safe environment where we are curious of the lived experience of others, seek out best practice,s and are open to listening and hearing new ideas.

Improve:

We are committed to consistently delivering excellent services and continuously looking to improve through a creative workforce that feels empowered to act in service of our shared purpose.

Some Post-Related Question or FAQs:

1. Are physiotherapists in demand in UK?

2.1 The UK is currently experiencing a severe and urgent shortage of physiotherapists. About 70% of registered physiotherapists have a direct job with the NHS. 6% to 20% is the range for NHS national vacancy rates, with certain services reporting greater rates. 2. Private and nonprofit organisations experience difficulty hiring.

2. Can I work as a physiotherapist in UK?

Law mandates that all physiotherapists working in the United Kingdom register with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). The protected terms “physiotherapist” and “physical therapist” may be used after registration.

3. How much do physios earn UK?

Band 5 trained physiotherapists typically earn starting earnings between £24,907 and £30,615. Senior physical therapist salaries range from £31,365 to £37,890. (Band 6). Earnings as a clinical specialist/team leader range from £38,890 to £44,503. (Band 7).

4. Which country is best for physiotherapist?

The United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and some of western Europe are the best for physiotherapy. These nations have high-quality healthcare systems, thus physiotherapy is taught to a high grade using the most recent research techniques.

5. How can I apply for NHS job in UK?

Simply follow these simple steps to assist you in finding employment with the NHS:

  1. Sign up at jobs.nhs.uk. Go to the “Register” box in the top right corner of the website when you arrive.
  2. Complete the “Personal information” field.
  3. The “Jobs by email” box should be filled out.
  4. Select “Acceptable Use Policy” from the list.
  5. Select “Create.”

 6. What qualifications do you need to work in the NHS?

With moderate to high grade GCSEs and/or work experience, You can join the NHS administrative level and work your way up to management, supported by in-house and external training schemes. For most junior positions, you will need four or five GCSEs at Grades A-C or equivalent.

 7. Can I work for NHS with no experience?

No, not always. Despite the fact that about 50% of NHS employees hold a degree or other professional qualification, there are many chances for employees without these credentials, particularly in the larger healthcare team.

8. Does NHS offer visa sponsorship?

By linking them with openings at clinics that have licences for visa sponsorship in their desired locations, NHS England will assist newly minted doctors of medicine who need sponsorship for their visas. Please be aware that traditional hiring procedures then apply to the positions held by these methods.

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