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Poste à pourvoir: Celtic Football Club



WOMEN’S FIRST TEAM AND GIRL’S ACADEMY PHYSIOTHERAPIST
 
Club: Celtic Football Club
Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 6th March 2020

 

How to Apply
Please apply to: Kirstie McPherson, Snr HR Assistant: jobs@celticfc.co.uk
 
Celtic Football Club is currently seeking a First Team and Academy Physiotherapist to join the Women’s Football team. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing treatment to Women’s First Team and Girl’s Academy Players.
 
Key accountabilities will include:
  • Responsibility for caseload, ensuring a high standard of care of all players.
  • To undertake pre-participation screening and comprehensive clinical assessments, including patients with complex musculoskeletal problems, using clinical reasoning skills to establish accurate diagnosis.
  • To provide highly skilled treatment, using manual therapy and manipulation techniques.
  • To maintain a safe working environment and comply with Health and Safety requirements and associated procedures, including accident reporting
Skills and Experience required:
  • Chartered Status
  • Full member of HCPC
  • At least 1 years’ experience working with elite sports teams or professional athletes
  • Honours degree in Physiotherapy or equivalent
  • Communicate in a professional manner maximising effectiveness of treatment modalities.
  • To liaise, as required, with other members of the multi-disciplinary medical team.
  • To participate in clinical audits and in-service training as directed by the Head of Physiotherapy.
  • Maintain comprehensive, accurate, confidential, contemporaneous medical and patient records.
  • To ensure that patient confidentiality and dignity is maintained at all times.
  • Observe strict confidentiality in respect of all information about players or Club matters.
  • To take responsibility for own Continuous Professional Development through self-directed learning and reflective practice in line with Clinical Governance and Health Professions Council standards.
  • Maintain registration with Health Professions Council, adhering to standards of conduct, performance and ethics.
  • To undertake such other duties as might reasonably be required from time to time.
  • A flexible approach to working hours, with evening, weekend and match day working is required.
 
Application deadline: Close of business Friday 6 March 2020



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