IPRS Health have a fantastic opportunity for a Chartered Physiotherapist to join our expanding Clinical Case Management Team. This flexible role is offered on either a full or part time basis, working from home. This role provides the successful applicant with an opportunity to become a specialised practitioner delivering a biopsychosocial approach to triage while additionally developing enhanced clinical reasoning through clinical report checking and audit.
What we will provide you:
•Full training programme at the start of the employment and ongoing support and mentoring
•Flexibility of home working
•Funding for external CPD courses
•Company funded membership to ACPOHE
•21 days annual leave and 8 bank holidays; increasing with completed years’ service
•Competitive salary package plus performance related increments
•Use of Employee Assistance Programme which provides confidential counselling
•Holiday Buy-Back Scheme
•Health Cash Plan; receive money back on a range of healthcare treatments
•Cycle to Work Scheme
For more information about working for us and details of your full benefits please visit: www.yourfuture-iprshealth.com
To be considered for this role, you must have a professional qualification in Physiotherapy and be a member of HCPC and CSP.
To arrange either an informal conversation or for more details on this role then please visit our website https://www.iprshealth.com/careers/clinical-case-manager-3/. We are also active on social media so please do follow us on Twitter (@IPRSHealth), LinkedIn & Facebook
Job Start Date:
Job Applications are welcomed from:
Only applicants who already have full registration in: United Kingdom
Desired Minimum Post Grad. Experience: All considered
Unique Listing Views:
The Physio Forum provides a number of really helpful sections for working and registering as a physiotherapist in the United Kingdom.
View the Physio Forum section for working in the United Kingdom
Click here to view and search the entire Physiotherapists Working Overseas / International Physiotherapy Accreditation section.