Physiotherapist - Women's Health
Waikato District Health Board
Hamilton, New Zealand
2d ago

We have an exciting opportunity towork within our dynamic Women’s Health service on a one year fixed term basis.This position would be ideal for someone keen to advance their career in thisspeciality area with the support and enthusiasm of a close knit, skilled team.

You will work together to provide an efficient, effective service to a widerange of clients in both a ward and out-patient setting.

This position would be rewarding for an experienced practitioner with acommitment to clinical outcomes and teamwork in an environment with a strongfocus on professional development.

As a result we are looking to recruit a skilled clinician to workin partnership with the wider team. Ideal candidate will have at least 4 years’clinical experience as a Physiotherapist and ideally will have worked with avariety of male and female patients with various pelvic floor conditions.

You will need a current Annual Practising Certificate and preferably arelevant postgraduate qualification.

You need to :

  • be committed to utilising clinical outcomes
  • be able to demonstrate skills in educating / teaching and learning concepts
  • have experience and knowledge in working with patients with various obstetric and gynaecological conditions
  • be committed to continuous quality improvement through professional development
  • have a current NZ annual practicing certificate.
  • If you wouldlike to discuss this position prior to applying please contact Sara Findlay on027 404 6923 or

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