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Are you looking for a part-time or full-time physio position in Galway?

Our dynamic and respected business is looking for the right person to join our team.

Excellent work environment with learning opportunities

We have clinics in Oranmore and Gort, Co. Galway.

Ideal Characteristics Required:

People person

Highly motivated

Excellent references

Motivated to learn and work

Skills Required:

Commitment to ongoing professional development

Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team

Practical and ability to problem solve

Demonstrate ability to market and advertise your skills

Competent computer skills

Strong musculo-skeletal and manual therapy background

Relevant Qualification including CORU registration

Desirable skills/interest:

1 years MSK background

Sporting background

Exercise based rehab

Manual therapy skills

Pilates/Yoga/S&C training

Dry needling/Acupuncture

Marketing/business background

Previous private practice experience

Perks:

Reward for revenue generated regardless of years qualified

Weekly CPD and mentorship

Opportunities for developing manual therapy skills.

Mixed and varied caseload

Flexibility, accountability, autonomy, transparency

Ability to make changes and improvements to clinical practice easily and quickly.

Flexibility and freedom to be creative in your approach with patient care

Arrange your work hours to suit your life rather than living to suit work

Part-time to full-time hours available

Contract length: 12 months

Part-time hours: 24-40 per week

Application deadline: 21/6/2021

Expected start date: 5/7/2021

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Salary: €28,000.00-€39,000.00 per year

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