Physiotherapist - Acute CVA and Rehabilitation Outpatients at Taranaki District Health Board (New Plymouth/Hawera), Taranaki
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Taranaki District Health Board, New Plymouth
1.0 FTE (80 hours per fortnight) , Part time applications considered.
Fixed term up to 12 months.
This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of our skilled inpatient stroke Multi Disiplinary Team as well as working autonomously as a rehabilitation community/outpatientphysiotherapist. The role is a 50/50 split between the two work areas.
New Plymouth was named the most liveable city, for a population between 75,000-150,000, by the International Awards for Liveable Communities
Taranaki boasts some of New Zealand’s most iconic natural landscapes like Mt Taranaki and many adventure activities. The rugged and wild coastline is home to more than 12 world-class surf breaks. Taranaki is a place where you can ski and surf in the same day. For a more relaxing experience, there are many walks (bush, coastal or mountain) as well as art trails, festivals and award-winning museums and galleries and a thriving café culture. Click here to read more information about Taranaki.
The Taranaki District Health Board is a large organisation operating in the exciting, changing Health sector. To hear more about our culture view the video on our careers page.
This position would be suitable for a physiotherapist with skill/passion for stoke/rehab work and a desire to improve their experience/skills in this work area.
For a detailed description of the Role please see the attached job description.
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For further information please contact Vicky Lee on Email: Vicky.firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is 3 June 2022
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|Employer:||Taranaki District Health Board (New Plymouth/Hawera)|
|Position type:||Contract/Temp Full time|
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