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Are you looking for a career as a Physiotherapist?

Are you looking for a career as a Physiotherapist? We are looking for caring, compassionate and dedicated people to join our Physiotherapy department.

Our service is provided by chartered physiotherapists and physiotherapy assistants, supported by administration staff, providing services to inpatients and outpatients at Royal Derby Hospital, Queen's Hospital Burton and London Road Community Hospital in Derby.

One of the roles available is in the Gait and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Services Team, where you will be working with adults and children with walking difficulties and treating neurological patients with FES at our Gait and Movement Laboratory at London Road Community Hospital in Derby.

Candidates for this role must have neurological and musculo-skeletal experience, and preferably have worked with both adults and children. Applicants should be flexible and hardworking and be able to demonstrate team working and commitment to personal and service development.

Further information on Gait and FES Service Team role >


We are also looking for someone to join our Physiotherapy Team working in Acute Care of the Elderly, working with patients who have had falls or have Dementia or Parkinson’s Disease.

In this fast paced, forward thinking environment, no two days are the same.  You will have the opportunity to make a difference to a varied caseload of patients with complex needs. Using the transfer to assess model and planning for “home first”, you will be instrumental in influencing length of stay, and flow through the hospital, with the additional opportunity to hone your skills in respiratory, neurology and orthopaedic physiotherapy.

Further information on Acute Care of the Elderly role >