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Laura Fergusson Trust Logo R

Physiotherapist

 

About us
The Laura Fergusson Trust Canterbury is an independent, not-for-profit, community and residential rehabilitation provider. The Rehabilitation division specialises in community based rehabilitation services for people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.
 
About the role
The Physiotherapist will be responsible for the assessment of clients who have suffered traumatic brain injury and the development of rehabilitation interventions supporting their return to everyday lives. There may also be opportunity to work across different areas of the organisation, including post-acute inpatient rehabilitation. Whilst working primarily with clients with TBI and concussion, you will also be involved with spinal cord and musculoskeletal injuries, with opportunities to upskill and increase your knowledge base. 
 
What we offer
• A friendly team focussed working environment.
• Competitive remuneration.
• A commitment to providing ongoing professional development opportunities
• Reimbursement of APC and Professional Memberships.
• Gym membership at corporate rates.
 
About you
• A minimum of two years full time post qualification experience in neurological rehabilitation, ideally with traumatic brain injury clients.
• Registered Physiotherapist approved by the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand. 
• A knowledge  of neurological rehabilitation practices within an interdisciplinary team,
• Willing to work within the Mission and Vision of Laura Fergusson Trust
• Willing to work to our values:
o We care
o We are respectful
o We are inclusive
o We do it right
• Confident in working in a fast paced, quick changing environment alongside other members of the team.
 
Don’t miss this opportunity to work with a great team, great clients and in a fun and flexible working environment.
For more information and a copy of the position description, visit our website www.lftcant.co.nz or contact Pat Hopkins, Clinical Manager on 03 335 0541 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 
 
Applying for the role
Please apply by emailing your CV and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.;  by 19
 January 2020.