Come to Dorset NHS to hone your physiotherapy skills – and the beaches are good too!
Dorset NHS is keen to recruit physiotherapists who may be new to the profession and want to develop their experience in the full range of specialities only the health service can offer.
The key attributes the local NHS – which is proud of its integrated care system – wants to see in potential recruits is being caring, compassionate, dynamic and enthusiastic about the future, according to its latest recruitment campaign.
And if you’re one of those professionals seeking a move away from the big city in order to rekindle closer links with nature as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the campaign also highlights the county’s array of renowned beaches, unspoilt countryside and the scope it offers to enjoy an active lifestyle.
To be successful, applicants will need excellent communication skills, a professional and flexible approach and a strong skill base, the campaign notes. Experience in acute NHS settings is desirable, while full driving licence and access to a car is flagged as ‘essential’.
Rotations, which last from four to six months, are likely to some seven-day working patterns and a variety of shifts.
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