Location: Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre, Glasgow, Scotland
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre (WoSCC) AHP service as a Band 6 Specialist Physiotherapist. This predominantly inpatient based service provides high quality person-centred care to people undergoing cancer treatment. The post-holder will take responsibility for a complex clinical caseload incorporating patient assessment, treatment and discharge from care, working within multi-professional teams to ensure co-ordinated care for patients. The post-holder will also be required to provide the training, education and supervision of physiotherapy staff and students. They should be able to demonstrate a self-motivated and dynamic approach, high professional commitment, a strong team-work ethic, and have previous experience of audit and service development. The post holder will be responsible to lead on the audit, evaluation and continuous development of the service. A minimum of 3 years post graduate experience is required for this post. You must have a Degree/Diploma in Physiotherapy with current HCPC registration. Informal enquiries to: Jennifer Cameron (AHP Team Lead) 0141 301 7004 Jennifer.Cameron@ggc.scot.nhs.uk NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde encourages applications from all sections of the community. We promote a culture of inclusion across the organisation and are proud of the diverse workforce we have.
Details on how to contact the Recruitment Service can be found within the Candidate Information Packs, found through the link below.
Job closing date: 05/10/2022
Salary: Band 6 (£33,072 – £40,736)
Employment type: Permanent
Job Type: Allied Health Professions
Hours of work: 37.5
Employer (NHS Board) : NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
The shift pattern for this post is 5/7
An exciting opportunity for individuals with Level 4 Cancer Exercise qualifications.
Prostate Scotland was set up in 2006 as a Scottish charity to develop awareness of prostate disease and prostate cancer and to support men and their families/partners, as well as to support advances in the treatment and care of prostate cancer and disease in Scotland. As part of our COMPASS service which offers a range of support to help men and their families navigate their way through prostate cancer, we are delighted to be working with a leading football charity to offer a 12 week exercise programme for individuals with prostate cancer.
As such, we are seeking suitably qualified individuals with Level Four Cancer Exercise Qualifications to help support the delivery of this programme which contains exercises and content for men with prostate cancer. It will run across the central belt over a 12 week period this autumn, with a class length of around 1.5–2 hours per week based on the programme we have developed, for which a fee and expenses will be paid.
If this opportunity may be of interest to you or someone you know, please feel free to contact Elaine at Prostate Scotland email@example.com to discuss further.
The University of Liverpool will shortly be starting a funded study that will investigate a patient-centred approach to exercise for head and neck cancer survivors.
UofL are seeking an appropriately qualified and enthusiastic Cancer Exercise Specialist to join a team working on a new multidisciplinary project ‘Activity as Medicine in oncology for Head and Neck‘.
This two-year study is funded by a NIHR Research for Patient Benefit award and is based at the University of Liverpool and Liverpool University Hospitals Foundation Trust. This is a multiple methods feasibility study to investigate delivery of personalised, flexible, and collaborative exercise programmes in head and neck cancer. Findings will inform further research in testing for effectiveness, how best to engage these patients in exercise and how to integrate the intervention into day to day care. The appointee will join a wider community of researchers and clinical academics, working across these sites and our partner organisation at South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust.
The appointee will join a highly supportive clinical-academic research team, linking with a wider community of researchers and clinical academics, working across these sites and our partner organisation at South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust. They should hold a Level 4 vocational fitness qualification in cancer and exercise/rehabilitation and have experience in prescribing, instructing, and supervising exercise with cancer patients. This role would suit a self-employed fitness professional.
More information can be found on the job listing by clicking here: vacancy details.
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Albion in the Community’s Brighter Outlook physical activity programme is expanding into West Sussex, meaning that there are two new job opportunities.
Thanks to funding from the Surrey and Sussex Cancer Alliance and West Sussex CCG, AITC are are looking for motivated and experienced Level 3 GP Referral Specialists/Level 4 Cancer Exercise Specialists to join their team to support the delivery of this award-winning service.
2 x Physical Activity Cancer Coaches (up to 28 hours/week) – You will deliver personalised one-to-one support and cancer prehab/rehab classes across West Sussex (including Mid-Sussex) to support people living with and beyond cancer to become more active and improve their quality of life.
Visit AITC’s jobs page for further information and apply through this link – AITC Vacancies
For further information on the roles, please contact Rosie Sadler on 07867 000 041 or firstname.lastname@example.org