Physiotherapy jobs at NCH&C
Now hiring physiotherapists across Norfolk!
We’re seeking compassionate and dedicated physiotherapists to join our CQC-rated Outstanding NHS trust.
We have lots of different physio jobs available, including Community Physiotherapists, MSK physios, and specialist rehabilitation physiotherapists. Depending on your role, you may be working across the community and patients’ homes, outpatient clinics, and the specialist inpatient units in our community hospitals.
Wherever you work, you’ll be providing high-quality, patient-focussed care in Norfolk. We’re looking for physiotherapists in Norwich, King’s Lynn, Great Yarmouth, Thetford, and across the county.
About the role: physiotherapist at NCH&C
Here’s what you could be doing when you apply for one of our physio roles in Norfolk…
- Completing thorough physiotherapy assessments of patients in a variety of healthcare settings, including patients’ homes and the community
- Developing treatment plans to aid rehabilitation and management of injuries, surgery, and neurological and long-term health conditions
- Assigning exercises to patients and demonstrating safe practice
- Communicating with patients and carers about diagnoses, prognoses, and treatment plans
- Liaising with GPs, social services, inpatient teams, other allied health professionals, and the voluntary sector to provide coordinated care for patients
- Specialising in a particular area of physiotherapies, such as musculoskeletal, neurological rehab, or elderly care
- Record patient notes accurately and keep care plans updated
NCH&C is proud to be an employer of choice for physiotherapists in Norfolk. Our reimbursement package includes a competitive salary, pension, and annual leave allowance. Flexible working is available by request for all staff, and we are committed to supporting staff wellbeing.
NHS physio jobs: skills & experience
- Diploma or 1st level degree in Physiotherapy or equivalent experience
- Compassionate and patient
- Good interpersonal skills and able to communicate effectively with colleagues, patients, carers, and system partners
- Calm under pressure
- Good timekeeping and organisation skills, and able to manage own workload
- Standard English, mathematical, and IT skills
- Able to accurately capture patient data
- Eagerness to learn more and keep professional skills up to date
Case study: What does a community physiotherapist do?
“We work as part of a Multidisciplinary Team to ensure interprofessional patient care both in the community and community inpatient units. We pride ourselves in delivering a high quality service by ensuring that all our team members receive regular supervision, mentoring and training opportunities, and on being truly patient-centred. Holistic assessments are carried out that take place in the patient’s own environment.”