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  • Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    Sports Development Service

    Physiotherapist
    Sports Development Service
    Stirling Campus
    Grade 6 (£26,243 - £32,236 per annum)
    Reports to: Head of Performance Sport

    Closing date is midnight on Sunday 13th January 2019

    The Role 

    Working within the Performance Sport Team, the Physiotherapist will support athletes from across the University of Stirling Sport programme. Liaising closely with High Performance Coaches, the Strength and Conditioning Coach and the Sports Science Officer, the post holder will take a lead on managing athlete rehabilitation, health and wellbeing. Working closely with external clubs, the Scottish Institute of Sport and NGBs will also be critical to ensuring a joined up approach towards athlete care.

    The post holder will also take responsibility for developing a commercially focussed general clinic that supports non ISSP/Sports Union students. Working with the Sports Marketing Officer, the Physiotherapist will ensure the general clinics are appropriately advertised to generate interest.

    The experienced and qualified Physiotherapist will comply with professional codes of conduct, standards and guidelines whilst establishing and maintaining clear and accurate medical records for athletes and patients

    Key Duties and Responsibilities: 

    • Deliver individual and group physiotherapy sessions to Scholarship and Sports Union athletes as well as members of the public through the general clinics.
    • Maintain an organised and comprehensive database of all medical documentation relating to work conducted with athletes and patients.
    • Attend priority competitions as deemed appropriate by the Head of Performance Sport
    • Liaise with High Performance Coaches and the Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach concerning athlete rehabilitation and return to fitness procedures.
    • Build and maintain good working relationships with key partner organisations and practitioners using the physio facilities i.e. Scottish Institute of Sport and Scottish Rugby.
    • Where appropriate, inform and educate athletes, patients and coaches in rehabilitation programmes, either preventative, performance enhancement or directly related to recovery from injury.
    • Within the rules of professional confidentiality, regularly meet with coaches, athletes and other staff members to ensure a multi-disciplinary approach is taken to injury prevention and rehabilitation.
    • Where appropriate, liaise with external clubs, organisations and NGB’s regarding player rehabilitation programmes and player welfare concerns.
    • Provide screening and education to athletes as required.
    • Promote and uphold University values through personal example and working practices.
    • Liaise with the Sales and Marketing team to develop the general clinic and maximise profit for the service.
    • Any other duties as may reasonably be required, consistent with the grade of the post.

    Person specification:

    The post-holder will be a self-motivated, creative and flexible individual who is capable of working in a varied and challenging environment.

    Essential

    • A qualification at degree level (or equivalent) in Physiotherapy.
    • Membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP) and registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC).
    • Experience of working within a multi-disciplinary team within a high performance sport setting.
    • Demonstrated ability to analyse a range of sports in relation to their physiotherapy and rehabilitation service needs.
    • Ability to modify programmes according to the results of assessment data, in conjunction with coaches and other support staff
    • A passion and desire to work in a multi-sport environment.
    • Knowledge of physiotherapy and rehabilitation techniques related to recent advances in musculoskeletal medicine in the sporting environment.
    • Demonstrated ability to analyse a range of sports in relation to injury management and rehabilitation.
    • Commitment to demonstrate behaviours in line with the University’s values.
    • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills; the ability to motivate, enthuse, persuade, negotiate and influence others.
    • Excellent organisational skills and ability to prioritise and plan work accordingly.
    • Proficiency in clerical duties and computer systems (Microsoft Excel, Word).
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Demonstrate corporate loyalty 

    Desirable 

    • A qualification at higher degree level (or equivalent) in Sports physiotherapy/sport and exercise medicine/sports rehabilitation.
    • A sports trauma management qualification.
    • An understanding of the various sports science and medicine disciplines.
    • Management experience.
    • An understanding of Long Term Athlete Development.
    • Safeguarding and Protecting Children certificate. 

    Behaviours / Competencies

    We place great importance on behaviours and attitudes during the selection process to ensure that we bring people into the University who support the way we do business.  In addition to the duties and responsibilities associated with this role, the role holder will be required to evidence that they can meet the qualities associated with the following behavioural competencies.

    1. Managing self and personal skills

    Being aware of own behaviour and mindful of how it impacts on others, enhancing personal skills to adapt professional practice accordingly.

    1. Delivering excellent service

    Providing the best quality service to external and internal clients. Building genuine and open long-term relationships in order to drive up service standards.

    1. Finding solutions

    Taking a holistic view and working enthusiastically to analyse problems and to develop workable solutions. Identifying opportunities for innovation.

    1. Embracing change

    Being open to and engaging with new ideas and ways of working. Adjusting to unfamiliar situations, shifting demands and changing roles.

    1. Using resources effectively

    Identifying and making the most productive use of resources including people, time, information, networks and budgets.

    1. Engaging with the wider context

    Enhancing your contribution to the organisation through an understanding of the bigger picture and showing commitment to organisational values.

    1. Developing self and others

    Showing commitment to own ongoing professional development. Supporting and encouraging others to develop their professional knowledge, skills and behaviours to enable them to reach their full potential.

    1. Working together

    Working collaboratively with others in order to achieve objectives.  Recognising and valuing the different contributions people bring to this process.

    1. Achieving results

    Consistently meeting agreed objectives and success criteria. Taking personal responsibility for getting things done.

    Additional Information / Special Conditions 

    This post will require flexibility in working hours to meet operational needs. Some evening and weekend work is required. However the post-holder will generally be expected to work midweek from 9am to 5pm each day. Whilst the majority of work will be undertaken on the University campus there will be occasions when travel is required. 

    Application Process 

    Applications for this post are submitted through the University of Stirling website using the below

    link:https://www.stir.ac.uk/about/work-at-stirling/list/details/?jobId=1954&jobTitle=Physiotherapist

    Informal enquires can be made to David Bond, Head of Performance Sport: David.Bond@stir.ac.uk. 01786 466910

  • Head Physiotherapist

    Job Title:                                         Head Physiotherapist

    Department:                                    Medical 

    Reports to:                                      Medical Director 

    HEAD PHYSIOTHERAPIST 

    Who we are looking for: 

    English National Ballet (ENB) is looking for a positive and self-motivated individual to deliver best practice sports physiotherapy services to our company of dancers.

    You will have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to develop credible and effective working relationships.  You will be able to lead and work as a team with positive personal impact.

    You will have excellent attention to detail with the ability to work calmly and problem solve under pressure.  You will also have a commitment to continuous personal professional development. 

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Essential Experience 

    • BSc in Physiotherapy or equivalent
    • A post-graduate qualification in sports physiotherapy or musculoskeletal physiotherapy or sports science
    • A minimum of five years post-graduate experience with elite sports people
    • Experience in travelling with teams
    • Proven management experience of staff and complex programmes
    • Good organisational skills including record keeping
    • Excellent communication skills
    • The ability to work well within a multidisciplinary high-performance team environment 

    Salary

    £45-55,000 per annum, depending on experience 

    Deadline for applications:

    9am on Monday 17 December 2018 

    Selection Process

    First interviews will take place Wednesday 19th December 2018. This will be a 2-part interview process.  The first meeting will consist of an interview followed immediately by a clinical station.

    A second meeting for successful candidates will take place during the week commencing 7th January 2019.

    English National Ballet is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

    How to apply

    Download the full job description from our website, then please send your CV and covering letter providing evidence of your ability and experience, and the names of your two most recent employers as referees to hr_recruitment@ballet.org.uk. 

    TERMS AND BENEFITS   

    Place of work

    English National Ballet, Markova House, Jay Mews, London. ENB will move to a new purpose-built home at London City Island in 2019.

    There will be a requirement to travel with the company on tour, both in the UK and overseas. 

    Hours of work

    Normal working hours per week with schedules covering:

    • Non-performing weeks - 10am to 6.30pm Mon-Fri and 10am to 2pm Saturday.
    • Performing weeks - some additional hours may need to be worked during evenings and weekends.

    BENEFITS  

    Pension Scheme      

    Employees are entitled to join the ENB pension scheme on successful completion of their probation period.  ENB contribute 7.5% of your plan earnings while you will contribute a minimum of 5% of monthly earnings. There is also life assurance equivalent to 2 x salary when you enrol in this pension plan. 

    If you do not join either of these schemes or you are a non-permanent employee, you will be auto-enrolled into the People’s Pension after 13 weeks’ continuous employment but may opt out if you wish to.  

    Annual Leave

    Entitlement to 5 weeks’ paid holiday (25 days when working full time hours) plus statutory public holidays to be taken either during non-performing weeks or at the same time as the scheduled Company holiday.

    Season Ticket Loan

    All employees are eligible to take up a season ticket loan upon completion of a satisfactory probationary period. Loans to be repaid over an agreed period, interest free.

    Cycle to Work Scheme

    Scheme administered by Cycle Solutions for staff to purchase a bicycle and safety accessories to use primarily for travel to and from work. English National Ballet pre-pays the purchase cost in full, which is then deducted from your salary in instalments over a 12 month period. Savings are made on tax and NI. 

    Gym Membership

    The Imperial College in Kensington offers ENB employees access to their sports centre, Ethos, which is located in Princes Gardens, just a few minutes’ walk from Jay Mews.  The current cost of membership is £35 per month and payment is by monthly Direct Debit.  During off peak times (i.e. when students are on holidays) employees can use the gym at any time.  However, during Imperial College Term Time, employees can only use their gym facilities between 7am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm.

    Discounted canteen

    The Royal College of Art in Jays Mews offers employees access to their canteen facilities.  This is the nearest food outlet to our offices.  You will be provided with a staff ID card in order to gain access to their building. 

    Employee Assistance Programme

    A wellbeing programme which provides a confidential advice, information and personal support service to all employees free of charge, 24/7.  The programme provides a range of services from legal and financial guidance to telephone and face-to-face counselling and can support you through a variety of life events, from personal issues such as moving home or the arrival of children, to changes in your working life.

    Yoga classes

    Classes are open for all employees to join and these take place every Thursday, 6:30pm at Jay Mews in either the Kerrison Cooke Studio or the Lower Studio at Markova House.

    Adult Ballet Classes

    Classes are open for all staff and these are held from 7.00pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Full details are advertised and updated on the Company’s website at www.ballet.org.uk

    Tickets to ENB Performances

    Subject to availability, each permanent member of staff is entitled to one complimentary ticket for working stage rehearsals.  Where possible there will be an entitlement to two tickets.

     

     

     

  • ACADEMY PHYSIOTHERAPIST

    The Norwich City Football Club Academy is looking to recruit a full time Physiotherapist. The individual must be motivated and enthusiastic with proven experience within Physiotherapist roles. The successful individual will be tasked with supporting our Sports Science and Medicine department and will be responsible for delivering assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries within the Academy.

    Reporting into the Lead Physiotherapist, this exciting opportunity involves working 40 hours over the course of the week, with responsibilities at evenings and weekends during competitive fixtures and training.

    Your experience in physiotherapy will play a key role in the following;

    • Maintain high standard of medical care to all Academy players and trialists as directed by the Lead Academy Physiotherapist;
    • Deliver excellent standards of assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries;
    • Liaise with the Lead Physiotherapist in the treatment Academy players;
    • Communicate effectively with Sports Science and Medicine colleagues and liaise with relevant coaches with regard to injuries and player well-being;
    • To ensure all training and matches is adequately covered with suitably qualified medical staff with reference to EPPP Guidelines;
    • Be responsible for fully documenting injuries and maintaining confidentiality in accordance with governing body and EPPP guidelines. Additionally help maintain records of maturation, well-being and match statistics;
    • In conjunction with relevant staff within the Sport Science and Medicine team, to complete phase specific profiling and assessments and use the information gathered to generate and implement injury prevention programmes to be carried out during the season; and
    • Assist any other member of the Medical team at Norwich City in any role deemed appropriate.

    The role would ideally suit a candidate with the organisational skills and attention to detail to maintain an efficient working CAT 1 Academy of which aims to create an efficient environment for producing young professional football players.

    Candidates must hold a BSc degree  in Physiotherapy,

    You will need to have excellent communication skills to create strong working relationships both internally and externally, with staff, parents, and suppliers. It is also essential for you to have proven experience of time management and meeting deadlines for the fast paced and exciting working environment.

    The role offers a fantastic opportunity to begin a career within the Academy at one of the most recognised Championship Football Clubs.

    To apply for the role of Academy Physiotherapist please send a copy of your CV with a covering letter to: vacancies@canaries.co.uk

    Closing date for all applications is 5pm Friday 14th December 2018.

     

  • Head of Academy Sports Science and Medicine

    Rotherham United Football Club

    Time frame:

    Interested candidates should send a complete and up to date CV together with a covering email via Indeed by following this link

    Specific Responsibilities:

    - Providing and organising medical cover for all training sessions and games, across all ages within the academy
    - Manage the part time Academy physiotherapist and sports therapist to ensure cover at every training session and match days home and away
    - Match day cover for U18 Squad
    - In conjunction with the Sports Scientist, be responsible for the extensive design and delivery of the Academy sports science and medical programme which will include, injury prevention, medical screening, player rehab, return to play protocols, and pre and post-match treatment
    - Management and maintenance of player maintenance tools including PMA and medical databases
    - Ensure continuity of medical provision across all phases within the Academy
    - Support and mentoring of medical work placement staff and maintain close links with local university
    - Close work with Academy Sports Science team and Academy Technical coaches

    Essential:

    - BSc Hons Physiotherapy

    - Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and member of the Health Professions Council of the UK.  CSP/HCPC registered
    - Driving Licence.
    - ITMMiF
    - Minimum 1 year experience working in elite sport
    - Experience in the rehabilitation of sports injuries in line with return to play protocols
    - Flexible approach to working hours
    - Good communication and interpersonal skills
    - Be trustworthy and adhere to the club’s code of conduct and values
    - Work with enthusiasm to help grow and develop the Academy Sports Science and Medicine programme
    - Enhanced DBS  and FA Safeguarding

    Desirable:

    - Experience of working within a professional football club academy
    - Knowledge and understanding of FA and Football League rules relating to player development (EPPP)
    - Experience using PMA

    Equal Opportunities:

    The post holder’s duties must be carried out in compliance with the Club’s Equal Opportunities Policy, with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and subsequent Health and Safety Legislation.

    Rotherham United is an equal opportunities employer and all applicants for employment will be regarded equally and will be given equal opportunities irrespective of sex, age, race, religion or belief, marriage or civil partnership, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy or maternity, ethnic or national origin.

    Rotherham United is committed to the Safeguarding and Welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk of harm and requires all staff, volunteers and others associated with the Club to share and endorse this commitment.

    These duties and responsibilities should be regarded as neither exclusive nor exhaustive and the post holder may be required to undertake other reasonably determined duties and responsibilities within Rotherham United Football Club, commensurate with the post without changing the character of the post. This post requires a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) enhanced Criminal Records Check (CRC) check with a barred list check.

    The applicant must be prepared to submit a CRC application if they do not hold and FA CRC Certificate. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974). Information on all convictions including spent convictions must be declared, in line with the new Government Filtering System.

    Please state your salary expectations when applying.  Please click on the link to apply:

    https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?t=head+academy+sports+science+and+medicine&jk=817e453ee8d40a69&_ga=2.124529229.692110338.1543221766-497939266.1542039534

    If you wish to see our Candidate Privacy Notice please visit:

    https://www.themillers.co.uk/club/club-policies/

    Job Type: Permanent

    Experience:

    • Working in elite sport: 1 year (Required)
      • Rehabilitation of Sports Injury: 1 year (Required)

    Education:

    • Bachelor's (Required)

    Licence:

    • ITMMiF (Required)
      • CSP/HCPC Registration (Required)
      • Driving License (Required)

     

  • Worcester Valkyries - Head of Medical

    Closing Date   12th December 2018

    Job Description 

    Worcester Valkyries are looking to recruit a qualified physiotherapist to fulfil the role of Head of Medical for the Tyrrells’ Premier 15s squad.

    The ideal candidate will be a confident and enthusiastic person who can lead the medical team comprising of Sports Therapist and Junior Physiotherapist, whilst working closely with the team Doctor. The role will consist of both non-clinical and clinical duties, with the successful candidate able to provide high level assessment and rehabilitation to Worcester Valkyries squad. They will also be expected to supervise and mentor junior members of staff, and ensure that the medical department complies with the minimum operating standards as detailed by the RFU. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the medical budget, ensuring appropriate medical cover is organised for all training and match sessions, coordinating medical cover for U18 Centre of Excellence sessions, maintaining accurate and up to date medical records using the RugbySquad system, attending all MDT meetings and providing regular updates to coaching staff and national medical teams as appropriate.

    The successful candidate will be available for approximately 22 hours per week, including regular evening and weekend work to cover training and matches.

    Worcester Valkyries Job Spec

    Essential Criteria:

    • CSP registered and HCPC registered Physiotherapist
    • 4 years + qualified, including experience in elite and high performance environments
    • Significant pitch side experience
    • RFU Immediate Care in Rugby level 2
    • Full UK driving licence.

    Desirable

    • MSc in Sports physiotherapy/Sports and exercise medicine
    • Previous experience in managing a medical department

    Salary: Competitive (Please state salary expectations on application)

    Contact: Email Roy Davies (Valkyries Director of Rugby) at Roy.Davies@Warriors.co.uk

  • PHYSIOTHERAPIST OPPORTUNITY EXPENSES COVERED

    Eyemouth United Football Club (Eyemouth) is searching for a part-time Physiotherapist to start with immediate effect

    The role will involve attending matches on a Saturday Afternoon with our squad in the East of Scotland Football Association and League, with expenses being covered for this role each week .

    If you are interested in the role, please contact Manager, Gary Cardle on

    Gcardle4612@aol.com

    Or 

    07557885179

    We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Physiotherapist

    Saracens Women Ltd.

    Physiotherpist Role

    Closing Date  21st  November 2018

    Background

    Saracens Women’s Rugby Team was formed in 1989 and, since that date has achieved unprecedented success. In April 2018, Saracens made history once again, winning the inaugural Tyrrells Premier 15s Championship. This is a pioneering club that has led the game on and off the field over the past 30 years.

    Whilst Saracens Women has built a reputation for high performance rugby, the team’s success has been underpinned by a passionate commitment to player development. High quality coaching, exceptional sport science and medicine support, and access to world-class facilities make Saracens the country’s leading team.

    Our success is complemented by the partnership with Saracens’ professional men’s team. This unique relationship means the Saracens philosophy, values and brand are shared across men’s and women’s squads. Saracens Women are based at Allianz Park and work closely with the professional club’s performance, communications and facilities departments.

    Saracens Women are seeking to appoint a physiotherapist with the skills, qualifications and experience to contribute to the club’s continued success. Individuals applying for this position will be expected to demonstrate their ability to contribute to our vision, mission and performance goals.

    Vision

    To create a unique, world-leading environment which nurtures and develops everyone in the Saracens Women family.

    Mission

    In the relentless pursuit of excellence we will build a successful, sustainable and inclusive club.

    Values

    Work Rate - Discipline - Honesty – Humility

    How to apply

    Candidates are asked to submit a CV that details their experience, along with a covering letter that sets out how they meet the person specification below. 

    THE ROLE 

    Role Title:                   Physiotherapist

    Time Commitment:    Clinic cover, 18.00-21.30, Tuesday & Thursday during season/preseason. Match day cover including travel to away fixtures and weekend working. 

    Remuneration:           Remuneration will be dependent on experience and qualifications. 

    Location:                    Primarily at Allianz Park, Barnet, London, with travel required for away fixtures. 

     

    ROLE SUMMARY 

    Duties will include, but not limited to:

    • Clinic cover 18.00-21.30 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
    • Pitch side cover during training and match days.
    • Communicating with the coaching, strength and conditioning, and medical team.
    • Diary management and updating rugby squad notes system.
    • Ability to commit to and help meet the RFU TP15s Women’s Minimum Medical Standards.
    • Ability to independently clinically reason and provide prompt and well formulated rehabilitation plans using evidence based practice.

    You will have the support of the current Lead Physiotherapist and a Sports Rehabilitation Therapist, alongside physiotherapy Masters students, strength and conditioning coaches, and the Club Doctor who is a member of the RFU PHICIS faculty (RFU pre-hospital trauma course) and will be available for mentoring and CPD.

    Role specific skills and knowledge

    Essential criteria

    • Registration with relevant governing body e.g. Physiotherapist, CSP member and HCPC registered.
    • Confident working both alone and as part of a team.
    • Good communication skills.
    • Ability to work under pressure.
    • A commitment to individual growth and development, with continued self- learning and reflection.
    • Excellent planning and organisational skills.

    Desirable Criteria

    Valid RFU PHICIS Level 2 or 3.

    • Experience working in sport.
    • Post Graduate qualification in sports injury management or similar

    Additional information

    The deadline for applications is Thursday 21st November 2018. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted shortly after for interview.  Please submit a CV with a short supporting letter which sets out how you meet the person specification and your suitability for the role. The CV and letter should be submitted to Gemma Skudder – medical@saracenswomen.net

    Please note applicants are subject to satisfactory references and DBS clearance.

    If you would like to discuss the role, please contact Gemma Skudder on 07446942548

     

  • SENIOR MSK PHYSIOTHERAPIST

    PERFORMANCE PHYSIOTHERAPY LTD (South Wales) 

    Closing Date 30th November 2018

    Salary: £30,000-£35,000 (dependent on experience)

    Due to ongoing expansion, Performance Physiotherapy Ltd are looking to recruit physiotherapists with a good background in sports/MSK physiotherapy to join its growing team. Full and Part time vacancies are available on a 12 month fixed term contract initially.

    We require suitably qualified physiotherapists to cover a varied caseload including sports injury, private MSK clinic, occupational health and primary care clinics. Opportunities for both part time/self employed and evening/weekend work also exist for suitable candidates.

    Essential Experience:

    • Minimum of 5 years post graduate clinical experience in the field of MSK physiotherapy. 

    Essential Qualifications/Skills:

    • BSc (hons) degree in Physiotherapy
    • Up to date CSP/HPC registration
    • Evidence of a commitment to ongoing CPD/learning

    For more information, please email an up to date CV to info@performance-physiotherapy.co.uk

  • Physiotherapist – High Performance Sport (maternity leave cover positions x 3)

    Salary £34,100 pa

    Closing date for completed applications:                22nd November 2018   Interviews will be held on:                                        6th December 2018

    Full Time, Based in Stirling, Glasgow or Edinburgh (with domestic and international travel)
    Are you looking to build on your experience in sports physiotherapy by working with top athletes performing on a world stage in a range of different sports?

    If you would like to join us and play your part in building a world class sporting system for everyone in Scotland then this could be the role for you. 

    sportscotland is the national agency for sport in Scotland. We see a Scotland where sport is a way of life, where sport is at the heart of society, making a positive impact on people and communities.   The sportscotland institute of sport provides high performance expertise to sport and athletes in Scotland. If you thrive in the high performance sporting environment and have the skills to work with Scottish athletes performing on the world stage then one of these roles may be for you.

    We are looking for physiotherapists to join the institute physiotherapy team to contribute to the delivery of integrated physiotherapy services to institute supported athletes across a range of sports. The post-holder will deliver clinical physiotherapy in a variety of environments and locations and will contribute to the ongoing development and delivery of multidisciplinary athlete preparation and rehabilitation processes.

    You will need excellent skills in multidisciplinary athlete preparation, injury management and rehabilitation. You will require the capability to work effectively with a varied network of coaching and support staff. Candidates should have a desire to be involved within performance sport, experience of multidisciplinary working, an aptitude for the practicalities of working in a high performance sporting environment along with a flexible approach to meet the needs of athletes and sports.

    Applicants should possess a physiotherapy qualification and be registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). They should have significant postgraduate physiotherapy experience along with practical experience in sports physiotherapy. A postgraduate qualification in Sports Physiotherapy or similar is desirable, as is experience of travelling with athletes to competition or training camp.

    These are full-time appointments with day-to-day workload focused within the Central belt of Scotland however travel throughout the institute network will be required. Travel in support of domestic and international camps and competition will also be necessary. A full driving licence is essential.

    In return for working in this exciting environment, sportscotland offers a competitive salary, generous holidays, a great pension scheme, flexible working and an opportunity to be part of a team that is passionate about working towards developing a world class sporting system in Scotland.

    sportscotland is an equal opportunities employer and operates a child protection policy.

    For further information, full job description and how to apply for this role, please visit our e-recruitment website: https://sportscotland.org.uk/jobs/vacancies Informal enquires should be directed to David Brandie, Head of Physiotherapy at david.brandie@sisport.com

     

     

  • Academy Physiotherapist

    POST:         Academy Physiotherapist For Wigan Warriors

                         Full-time (Includes weekend/bank holiday work)

            

    Base Salary: 20-25K p.a. Dependant on Experience 

    Closing date: Friday 23rd November 2018

    Interviews dates: Week of the 10th December

    The successful candidate will report to the Head of Medical Services as part of the multi-disciplinary performance team. Working primarily with the Wigan Warriors academy program and assisting with support for first team and reserve team fixtures and training cover, duties will include:

    • Assessment, Screening and Rehabilitation of all Wigan Warriors academy players.
    • Design and implement management plans for all Academy level players.
    • Provide Pitch-Side Care for Academy and Reserve League Matches
    • Appropriate Record-Keeping of All Injuries.
    • General Department Management and Support Senior Staff

    You will ideally have a minimum of 1 year post-graduate experience and have some experience of working within a rugby league or a professional sports team environment. Communication and interpersonal skills are crucial to the role. Current RFU/RFL pitchside qualification or equivalent is desirable along with a comprehensive CPD Portfolio with evidence of interest in sports medicine/sports physiotherapy.

    The post-holder will be a qualified Chartered Physiotherapist, and registered member of The Health and Care Professions Council.

    To apply, please send your full CV and Cover Letter with Current Remuneration by email to Thomas O’Malley (Head of Medical Services) at Wigan Warriors: tgomalley@hotmail.co.uk

     

     

     

     

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