Job Details

MSK Physiotherapist

Peter O’Sullevan House, Newmarket

Full Time Fixed-Term Basis (but part-time or flexible/shared working would be considered)

Salary Range: £30,000-£35,000 pa

Closing Date: 22nd October 2021

The Injured Jockeys Fund is seeking a new clinical team member for its Rehabilitation Centre in Newmarket, the historic home of racing. 

The position is advertised on a full-time fixed-term basis, working on a variable roster to ensure Centre accessibility from 0800 until 2000 hours, Monday to Friday. 

IJF MSK PHYSIOTHERAPIST  (NHS Band 6 equivalent)

The Injured Jockeys Fund rehabilitation centre at Peter O’Sullevan House, Newmarket, is seeking a highly motivated MSK Physiotherapist to join our small dynamic team.  This is an extremely exciting opportunity to work in areas specialising in elite sports injury, complex trauma rehabilitation and long term charity beneficiary support. 

A comprehensive understanding of sports and orthopaedic injury is required, combined with a strong team-working ethos and professional grounding.  A background of NHS experience would be considered a benefit.  Applicants must be CSP/HCPC registered.

This fixed term (one year contract) full-time minimum NHS Band 6 equivalent physiotherapist role commences December 2021.  Salary range £30,000 to £35,000 per annum, depending on experience (minimum 5 years). 

Applications close midday on Friday 22 October 2021           

No agencies please

For specific clinical information, please contact Mr R Hollinworth at the IJF on Newmarket (01638) 676200 or at: ross@ijf.org.uk

To apply for any of the above positions, in the first instance please complete the attached IJF application form.  You may, if you wish to do so, also send a covering letter and c.v. to:   Ms M McNaught, Office Manager, IJF, Peter O’Sullevan House, 7A Newmarket Road, Newmarket, Suffolk.  CB8 7NU or by email to Maddie@ijf.org.uk  

All appointments will be subject to full DBS and reference checks.

covid-19 statement

We are acutely aware that the Coronavirus continues to have a significant and negative impact upon many of our beneficiaries. We are well positioned to offer help and support to those affected and would encourage you to make contact with us.

Our Rehabilitation Centres are Open and from these hubs you can access general pastoral, clinical and financial support as necessary.

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