Paediatric Physiotherapist (South East) Location: Brainwave South East Centre Beechen House, Rear of 16 Newland Street, Witham, Essex, CM8 2AQ Hours: 37.5 hours per week full-time (part-time considered; minimum of 3 consecutive days) May involve working occasionally in our London satellite clinics and other Centres when the business need arises. Salary: £24,000 - £28,000 pro-rata dependent on experience (based on FTE 37.5 hour working week) Registration: HCPC registration is essential Closing Date: The closing date remains flexible, subject to us finding a suitable candidate. Brainwave is a long-established national charity and since 1982 has been providing therapy to children predominantly aged between six months to 12 years. The children we work with have a range of conditions and diagnoses including: Cerebral palsy Developmental delay Autism Brain injury Down syndrome Other genetic conditions, and children with no formal diagnosis. The South East Centre has an integrated team of Physiotherapist, Speech and Language Therapist and Occupational Therapists, who deliver joint assessments and treatment Programmes for babies, children and teenagers. We typically see children and their families over the one-two day period so that a joint MDT approach can be achieved. We are seeking a Physiotherapist with a minimum of two years post-graduate paediatric experience to join our team, who will receive supervision from a senior Physiotherapist and get the opportunity to work directly with experienced multidisciplinary team members. For an informal discussion. please contact: South East Centre Manager, Sri Murugesan - email: [email protected] Service Development Manager - email: [email protected] or telephone: 01278 429089 How to apply: INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS APPLICATION FORM To apply for a role, please complete the application form and return to [email protected] This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.