Permanent, Full Time (1 FTE)
Early Discharge and Rehabilitation Service (EDARs)
If you are enthusiastic, positive and energetic with a commitment to client centred care, we would like to hear from you.
We currently have a full-time position available for an experienced Physiotherapist to be based in our Early Discharge and Rehabilitation Service (EDARS) team based on the North Shore. The EDARS Service delivers an evidenced based model of care and improves patient flow by earlier hospital discharge. Individually prescribed rehabilitation is provided based on the client's specific needs and goals and in their home environment.
There is a strong interdisciplinary approach in the EDARS team to get the best rehabilitation and Quality of Life outcomes for the people we serve.
Be part of a new service that focuses on providing a comprehensive, coordinated and integrated home-based intensive rehabilitation service for older people in the Waitemata community.
As aNZ Registered Physiotherapist, you enjoy working with all age ranges and in particular older adults. You are committed to providing excellent service and continuous quality improvement, and have excellent written and verbal communication, time management and prioritisation skills.
If successful you will work within an interdisciplinary team, to enable our elderly patients to return to their own homes to continue their rehab journey.
We are offering the opportunity to work in a positive team based environment focused on service improvement and providing strong professional leadership and development, including clinical supervision. Benefits also include reimbursement of your annual practising certificate and considerable contribution towards your professional membership fees.
For more information, please contactVanessa Trotman, Senior Physiotherapist,on 021720938
For the Position Description, please click here
For assistance with your online application, please emailWednesday Darling, Recruitment Consultanton **********
Closing date: Thursday 26th September
Job Number: NOR06407