Band 6 Physiotherapist

Location Surrey
Discipline: Private
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Ella Wratten
Contact email:
Job ref: J5717
Startdate: 10/06/2024

Blackstone Recruitment are working with a Charity who are recruiting a Physiotherapist to join their team based in Surrey.

This is a Permanent job to start ASAP.

Job Summary  

We are looking for a specialist Physiotherapist Band 6, to provide a rehabilitation for clients with complex disability.

The client is based in Surrey and is a charity committed to providing life-transforming services that enable people with disabilities to increase their independence and achieve their goals in life.

THE OPPORTUNITY (full details in job description)

• To hold responsibility for own caseload and be responsible for a defined area of the service, working without direct supervision.
• To work as a member of the multi-disciplinary neuro-rehabilitation team, contributing to the planning, development and delivery of an effective and efficient service.
• Providing assessment and developing treatment programmes for clients.
• Ongoing evaluation of treatment regimes in conjunction with the senior therapists.
• Setting of clients’ short- and long-term goals.
• Assisting in casting and splinting as appropriate.
• Integrating and monitoring treatment programmes in the clients’ environment whether carried out by therapy support worker or care staff.
• Integrating strategies agreed on by the multi-disciplinary team into treatment management.
• Participating in the assessment of wheelchair seating requirements for clients in conjunction with the Occupational Therapy department.
• To support home visits as required in conjunction with the Occupational Therapy department.
• Keeping abreast of developments within the profession.
• Supervising the therapy support workers as required in conjunction with the senior physiotherapists.
• Instructing members of the care and support team regarding moving and handling, transfers, splints, standing and walking, in conjunction with the senior therapists.
• Advising and assisting other session staff on the correct working environment to enable clients to maximise their physical abilities, in conjunction with the senior therapists.
• Contributing to clients’ reports for reviews and case conferences.
• Ensuring that all equipment used is in good order and always ensuring the safety of clients and staff in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act.
• Participate in the key therapist/worker program for clients – providing information to and liaising with clients, families, carers and other involved agencies to facilitate their rehabilitation and ensure safe discharge.
• Maintaining client records and providing written assessments, referrals and reports as required.

Job Specifics

Salary: £35392 – £42,618 depending on experience

Working Hours:  37.5 hours - Part time considered

Contract Type: Permanent


• You are passionate about your area of work
• Our Values and Behaviours inspire you
• You hold a degree or diploma in Physiotherapy and up to date HCPC registration
• You have post graduate experience and knowledge of a range of appropriate therapeutic interventions in the treatment and management of clients requiring physical and neuro rehabilitation and/or physical and learning difficulties.
• You have relevant experience in dysphagia and communication and voice management
• You have evidence of relevant post graduate courses, CPD and an up to date professional portfolio

The Client

They work with over 10,000 disabled children and adults every year with physical or learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries. Whether it’s gaining new skills to live independently, rehabilitation after a brain injury or stroke, or improving independence through increased mobility and accessible holidays; they help disabled people to fulfill their potential in life.

They are structured into two main services – Mobility Services (who operate outreach services across the South East of England), Care and Rehabilitation Centre located within the Surrey campus. These are augmented by the Retail Trading (15 retail charity shops) and a family of smaller charities – MERU which provides innovative product solutions for Children and The Grange in Kent a residential care home for adults with a learning disability.


  • • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (increasing with service)
    • Pension and Life Assurance
    • Westfield Healthcare Cash back scheme and shopping discounts
    • Free on-site parking
    • Blue Light Card
    • Range of training opportunities provided to ensure career development

For further information on this role, please contact Ella Wratten at Blackstone Recruitment on the details provided or APPLY now.

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