Role: Clinical Specialist Location: South-West London Hours: Full time – 40 hours per week / 3 days PT considered for the right applicant Salary: £29,000 – £35,000 Start date: November/December 2019

We’re looking for someone who’s excited about breaking new ground in community healthcare and pioneering something completely new. You should be an experienced clinician in the treatment of MSK conditions with an enthusiasm for technology. Your role will include developing the clinical elements of programes delivered through our technology, designing and testing new features that are informed by the evidence-base and clinical guidelines. You’ll be testing the software and equipment with our users and leisure centre staff, making sure it can be effectively implemented and adopted.

To develop optimal rehabilitation exercise programes for delivery through digital technology, following clinical decision-making pathways. This ‘digital clinical thinking’ will deliver a maximal improvement of the MSK health participants. The development and integration of rehabilitation programmes on land and water will cater for a wide variety of MSK conditions and special populations. In addition to rehabilitation exercise, includes targeting self-management resources and ‘nudge’ education to create long-lasting improvement of pain, function and quality of life.

Main Responsibilities • Work within the clinical development team, led by the Clinical Director, to optimise and improve clinical effectiveness and positive impact on health behaviour • Test and develop the clinical reasoning for prescription of therapeutic exercise programs and their progressions on land and water • Test and develop new equipment to gather objective functional measures from participants in leisure settings • Work with leisure centres to ensure technology is user friendly • Learn from participants, leisure centre staff, and people living with an MSK condition how we can improve our offering, through focus groups • Review the evidence-base and clinical guidelines for MSK conditions • Manage clinical relationships with clients and stakeholders, acting as the main point of contact for clinical matters • Work closely with the wider team including Operations and Technical departments, to ensure effective delivery of the service • Act a representative of, engaging with related organizations such as the Academic Science Health Network, MSK representative charities and NHS Qualifications/ Experience • Must be either a Chartered Physiotherapist or a Registered Osteopath • Must be HCPC registered (if a Physiotherapist) • A Masters in a health- related subject is desirable • Minimum 3 years post graduate clinical experience with MSK, surgical or other rehabilitation management • Any experience of aquatic therapy would be beneficial • UK-valid driving licence required

Skills, abilities and personal qualities • Strong understanding of pain management and exercise rehabilitation science • Ability to independently review published research and draw conclusions • Able to make judgements involving complex facts or situations which require the analysis, interpretation and comparison of a range of options • Understanding of audit and service development • Good organisational and planning skills, including risk management • Results driven, possessing a proven track record of delivering against targets • Strong interpersonal skills applicable to a range of people at differing levels • Strong competency in computer packages such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint; comfortable inputting and analysing databases • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team and on own initiative • Energetic, proactive and driven to succeed Benefits • 30 days holiday plus bank holidays • Flexible working with some remote working opportunities • Joining a social enterprise that makes a real difference Interested? Email your CV and a covering letter to