Physiotherapist – Cork Job at Spectrum Health – in Cork, County Cork
Who are we looking for?
We’re looking for Podiatrist who can work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team in our Patricks Quay Clinic. We are looking for a part time applicant but have other positions available to make full time hours.
You’ll work alongside a Physiotherapist, a Clinical Psychologist, a Psychotherapist but primarily independently with your own patients. You’ll also have access to a dedicated support team at our HQ, as well as structured performance management with the clinical lead. We will also give you two days of induction training when you begin, where you will hear from other departments within the company too: marketing, operations, HR, etc.
When you start, you will receive comprehensive induction training, which includes learning about our business from all departments – marketing, operations, HR, etc. As well as dedicated support from our HQ team, you’ll also get structured performance management with your clinical lead. Reviews will take place at 1/3/6/12 month marks, and annually thereafter – clear goals will be identified and measured at set timeframes.
Career progression is a key focus for us at Spectrum Health. Our team of Clinical Leads are there to help you progress as a professional, both clinically and within the wider team. Our structured KPI system and career pathway will guide you through and assist you in achieving your potential.
What are the benefits of working with us? We offer discounted health insurance (available after successful probation period), annual leave that increases with length of service, a “Me Day” – an additional day’s leave each year to try something new – , educational and CPD support, and a monthly personal health & wellness allowance.
What is the role and what are your responsibilities?
Treat a variety of skin ailment such as verruca’s, corns, calluses, etc.
o Assess and treat ingrown toenails, clipping toe nails and general feet tidy up
o Treat patients with diabetes at increased risk of foot disease who require preventative care and assistance
o Determine the condition of a patient’s feet, ankles, or lower legs by reviewing his or her medical history, listening to the patient’s concerns, and performing a physical examination
o Diagnose foot, ankle, and lower-leg problems through physical exams, and other methods
o Provide treatment for foot, ankle, and lower leg ailments, such as prescribing special shoe inserts (orthotics) to improve and correct foot and ankle deformities
o Give advice and instruction on foot and ankle care and on general wellness techniques
o Educate patients on how to improve and/or improve conditions
o Liaise with other healthcare professionals, such as GP’s, Physios and other members of multi-disciplinary teams, to exchange information about the background and progress of patients and Refer patients to other physicians or specialists if they detect larger health problems, such as diabetes
What experience and qualifications do I need?
BSc OR MSc (essential) with relevant clinical experience
Must be a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists Ireland (SCPI) and hold current Professional Indemnity Insurance (essential)
Private practice experience (preferred)
New grads welcome
This job might be for you if:
You have excellent communication skills
Motivating people, including yourself, comes easily
You’re an expert problem solver and can think on your feet
You have excellent time management skills
You can self-evaluate fairly
How do I apply?
Please click ‘apply to position’, complete the application form, attach your CV and click ‘submit application’.
We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Please note that if you click “apply” you consent to your information to be stored for 12 months for recruitment purposes by Spectrum Health and its affiliated partners including but not limited to, Spectrum.Life, Spectrum Mental Health, Spectrum Optimise, Dublin Ski Centre, Shelbourne Accountants and Financial Health.
About the Company
Company: Spectrum Health –
Company Location: Cork, County Cork