Senior Clinician Physiotherapist (Full Time) Orthopaedic, Te Whatu Ora
We are looking for an enthusiastic NZ registered physiotherapist to join our experienced orthopaedic team at Counties Manukau District. This is an excellent opportunity to enhance your clinical skills whilst developing skills in leadership/management and research.
Your clinical caseload will be varied ranging from working in the Emergency Department, (which is one of the busiest ED’s in NZ), with acute admissions to the emergency department to working on the acute orthopaedic wards with pre/post-operative elective surgery and acute trauma including SCI. CMDHB is the Northern Regional Spinal Cord Injury Centre which includes a 4 bedded SCI Unit on the acute orthopaedic ward. The team is based over two sites: Middlemore Hospital and Manukau Surgery Centre.
If successful, you will be required to contribute to the supervision, training and development of rotational staff, physiotherapy students and rehabilitation assistants. The role also includes weekend work.
Support is offered through the section head, Allied Health Professional Lead for Physiotherapy and other senior physiotherapists (5) within the team. Our team, department and MDT have well established in-service programmes which help promote continuous and collaborative learning.
We are seeking someone who:
- is a great team player
- will be able to work in a culturally diverse environment
- will work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team
- has great communication, organisational and supervisory skills
- NZ Registration with a current Annual Practicing Certificate
- minimum of 5 years clinical experience
- minimum of 8 months orthopaedic experience.
- Supervision of rotational staff and students
- full drivers’ licence
- Experience of audit and research
For more information, please contact Amy Lin on firstname.lastname@example.org. To view the job description, click here.
Job Number: CMH202311202
Applications Close: 30 May 2023
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