What you’ll do
This is an opportunity to work for a company with more than 20 years of experience in providing health services to public and private companies, from small businesses to larger corporations with single and multiple sites.
You will be dedicated and a committed healthcare professional who is able to work independently but also within a multidisciplinary team. The ideal candidate will have experience within the field of occupational health and supporting employee health wellbeing.
Occupational Health Physiotherapy Duties:
- Provide accurate clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment whether this be face to face or over the telephone
- Following individual assessments provide a report to management indicating an employee’s fitness to work and any adjustments to their role which may be required
- If working on-site, identify hazards within the workplace and assess the risk of the identified hazards causing or aggravating an individual’s musculoskeletal ill health
- Conduct assessments as required e.g. DSE/Vehicle/Workplace and provide prophylactic advice and if necessary any recommendations for changes to equipment
- Provide other team members with information regarding any work practice or working environment changes that are required on a short or long-term basis
- To maintain clinical objectivity at all times, with the patient’s wellbeing in mind
- Deliver effective rehabilitation of employees with musculoskeletal disorders, whether they be work related or not
- To incorporate a holistic approach to patient management, which takes into account the Biopsycosocial Model.
- Complete comprehensive assessment and treatment records using Therapy Direct Healthcare forms
- Collection of statistical information for report generation
- Contribute to/run health promotion events
What we’re looking for
We are looking for friendly individuals with a professional, caring character to join our supportive team.
- Hold a valid HCPC registration and CSP membership
- Have effective communication and relationship building skills
- Have a passion for Physiotherapy and its benefits
- BSc in Physiotherapy
- Be flexible with working hours if possible (including some evenings and Saturday mornings)
- This role is subject to a DBS
What you can expect:
At Response Occupational Health, we understand the importance of value and belonging, which is why we offer a lot more than ‘just a job’. We encourage every employee from junior to senior roles to achieve their full potential with training, career development, supported wellbeing, team activities, rewards and recognition, open communication and many other desirable benefits.
We are incredibly proud to have a network of empowered employees, who collectively create a vibrant, enjoyable and supportive community striving for your personal and professional success. As part of our wellness programme, we also operate a flexible working culture, so you don’t have to be tied down to a full-time work schedule should you not want to. Currently, around 35% of our staff work part-time, including some who solely work evenings and weekends. Enjoy a rewarding career with us, where your expertise makes meaningful change for many people’s lives. Read more about our benefits and company culture on our careers page
Benefits & perks
As a Response Occupational Health employee, you will have access to a range of benefits including:
- Competitive salary
- Regular training and career development including external training budget
- Flexible working
- Paid leave to support the community or local charity
- Childcare vouchers
- Just Eat voucher on your Response anniversary
- Free eye tests and flu jabs
- Pension options
- Colleague awards