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Occupational Health Physiotherapist - Luton

Location: London

Salary: £26,500 - £36,000

Job Type: Permanent

Job ID: 166497

Key Tasks

Clinical

• To utilise musculoskeletal expertise to function as an Advanced Practitioner managing a varied clinical caseload within designated clinical environments

• Services delivered and clinical interventions will vary depending on contract/site, patient/clients’ needs, and clinician experience/knowledge. These services may include; assessments, advice, treatment, individual or group rehab, educational seminars, screening, risk assessments, workplace assessments and providing basic ergonomic advice

• To conduct all clinical interventions and related actions in line with relevant professional standards, such as CSP, HCPC, ACPOHE, ACPSM as well as Connect standards and policies and where applicable, and within contract parameters

• To demonstrate a commitment to ongoing professional development and to maintain a contemporary record of such activity, in line with recommendations of CSP and HCPC

• To attend timetabled in service training and mandatory training programme, as well as other Connect educational initiatives which may be outside of contracted time

• To share their knowledge and skills and contribute to the Connect in service training programme and other training, educational and promotional initiatives

• To undertake Audit projects relevant to clinical role

 

Non- Clinical

• Be responsible for the day-to-day organisation of the services of the clinics ensuring services are delivered efficiently and with high levels of patient satisfaction

• Communicate regularly and appropriately with colleagues and staff.

• Be involved in regularly reviewing and updating the services, including the collation and presentation of basic statistical information regarding the delivery and outcomes of the service provided

• There may be the opportunity to work with the management team in the development and delivery of existing services provided to clients and to take responsibility for delegated tasks or attend specific meetings/events

• Utilise IT systems provided to track and record patient interactions, complete and submit service and HR data requirements, and review and respond to internal/external communications

• To provide support within a confined geographic area to field queries from the local team regarding safeguarding concerns and signpost staff to Safeguarding Supervisor or Local Authority as outlined in this policy

• To participate in the Multi-agency communication or MDT to share information pertaining to cases under discussion, providing feedback to relevant Health Professionals and participating in the discharge of the safety plan as appropriate to their role

• To demonstrate ability to identify concerns regarding child safeguarding, welfare and child protection and safeguarding of adults at risk

• To understand the processes for escalating concerns regarding child protection, welfare and safeguarding for their service or region

• To ensure that their own personal mandatory training is up to date including refresher training