Our client is now seeking a Dysphagia trained speech and language therapist to join their NHS trust based within Oxfordshire. The role is available to start as soon as possible, offering 37.5 hours per week. Candidates applying will need to have previous experience of working within dysphagia assessment and management, to be considered for this role.
The appointed candidate will be working in the following specialties of stroke, dementia, trauma and cardiology.
The placement is situated near many local amenities and there is also regular running public transport, from the nearest train station to the trust.
Pay rates shown are for umbrella payment method PAYE equivalent pay rate will be £18 -£21.
Duties within this role:
• Managing own caseload
• Assessment and evaluation of patient progress
• Participate in the planning, development and evaluation of patient care programmes
• Giving advice and support to patients and family members
• Voice OP experience
• Experience with VF and FEES – desirable
To be considered for this role you must:
• Dysphagia trained – essential
• Hold the relevant degree/qualifications
• Have experience in working in an acute impatient setting
In return Pulse can offer you:
• Assistance with travel and accommodation
• Regional compliance team of trained phlebotomists
• Work in a range of geographical locations, we have jobs in the UK and internationally
• First class service from dedicated and experienced consultants
• Free training
• HireVue online interviews
• Variety of opportunities in both NHS and private sectors (which are not affected by IR35)
• £300 recommend a friend bonus scheme*
*Terms and conditions apply
If this role is suited to you, please apply using the form below.
Recommend a friend to Pulse and you can earn £300 per recommendation, once they have worked over 200 hours*.
Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.