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Band 7 MSK Physiotherapist - Dudley

Jobs in Draper's Fields,Coventry,West Midlands

Athona Recruitment Jobs
£27 - £30 /Hour
 Posted about : a month ago

Athonas healthcare division is recruiting for a HCPC registered Band 7 MSK Physiotherapist, based in Dudley, to start ASAP for an ongoing position.

The community MSK Physiotherapy service are looking for an experienced band 7 MSK Physiotherapist to work full time over a 4-6-month period in clinics across Dudley.

The service manages referrals from GP's and it's FCP service. You would be responsible for providing expert assessment & rehabilitation to patients with MSK complaints.

Pay: £27-£30 p/h

Start Date: ASAP

HCPC Registration

Rate up to £30 per hour umbrella

Athona's Health division is a market-leader in the recruitment of Allied Health Professionals. As a preferred supplier to the NHS and private sector, we hold many exclusive contracts across the UK - giving you priority access to the best jobs around. Did you know we also have a dedicated locum team who can offer you the best in temporary roles? Get in touch today to find out more.

Did you know we also have a £300 referral scheme should you know of any AHPs that might be looking for a new position. Athona will also pay for your DBS, Mandatory training as well as contribute towards your CPD.

For more information or to apply to this position, please contact Tia Ali on 01277245910 or e-mail Tia.Ali@athona.com




Jobs in Aston,Birmingham,West Midlands

Career Teachers & Celsian Education Jobs
£110 - £160 /Day
 Posted about : a month ago

Starting on 6th September, this is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and confident Primary Teacher. This primary teaching position an Ofsted rated good Primary school in Birmingham, will provide boundless opportunities to use creative, interactive and engaging teaching methods that encourage pupils to participate in classroom activities actively and develop cognitive, numerical and verbal reasoning skills.

This Ofsted rated good Primary school in Birmingham, is an inclusive learning environment that prides itself on its dedication to ensuring every child receives a first-class education and achieves their full potential | that develops well rounded, confident and responsible individuals who aspire to learn.

As a Primary Teacher at this Ofsted rated good Primary school in Birmingham, you will be responsible for teaching all approved national curriculum subjects, from Maths and English through to Music and Physical Education, to pupils 5 to 7 years (Key Stage 1)

An energetic, positive attitude can go a long way in a Primary Teacher role. Using a mix of resources to inspire pupil's study, motivation and investigation of the lesson topic, you will ensure they get the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to flourish when they move on to Secondary School and beyond.

General skills

As a Primary Teacher you will have:

  • Sound knowledge of a variety of teaching methods and the ability to design lessons.
  • The ability to communicate with and inspire children of all abilities.
  • The ability to hold a child's interest and encourage them to be excited about learning.
  • A dedicated interest in child learning.
  • A dedication to creating the best conditions and environment for learning.
  • The ability to work well with others.
  • A flexible and open to change attitude.
  • A commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills.
  • Good organisational skills.
  • A positive outlook and ability to inspire positivity in others.
  • The ability to use a computer and the primary office software packages competently, including

Main Duties/Responsibilities

As a Primary Teacher you will:

  • Plan appropriate and effective lessons ensuring all pupils are learning to the best of their ability. Engaging pupils throughout each class period encouraging them to listen, answer questions and complete set tasks or group work.
  • Plan your lessons to meet the national guidance set out by the Curriculum for Excellence.
  • Direct the work of learning support and Teaching Assistants (TAs).
  • Provide a safe and healthy environment following safeguarding procedures.
  • Attend meetings, parent's evenings and teacher training programmes.
  • Organise school trips, after school clubs, school social activities and sports events.
  • Setting assignments, projects and tests, carrying out continuous assessment, marking pupils' work and writing reports
  • Carry out administrative work, including keeping a register of pupils, updating records and writing reports.
  • Set and mark homework recoding completion and individual pupil progress.
  • Participate in training and development sessions at the school, partner schools or other training organisations.
  • Liaise with parents, senior leaders and external bodies concerning progress, behaviour, child protection and health.