Physiotherapist - Child Development Centre
Waikato District Health Board
Hamilton, New Zealand
9d ago

We are seeking an enthusiastic physiotherapist to work in partnership with other experienced clinicians and our multi-disciplinary team providing physiotherapy assessment and management service within our child development centre.

The child development centre is a multi-disciplinary disability service for children and young people aged 0-16years, living within the Waikato District Health Board Area.

It is a family focused centre for children who have, or are suspected of having developmental disability. You will utilise principles of cultural safety and apply clinical expertise and independent professional judgment on a daily basis.

You must be able to utilise evidence-based practice to develop, implement and evaluate individualised treatment programs and to provide input into multi-

disciplinary clinics such as gait clinic, ortho clinic, splinting clinic, neuro clinic etc. To be successful in this position you will have :

  • New Zealand Registered Physiotherapist
  • current APC
  • a minimum of 2 years’ clinical experience as a Physiotherapist
  • experience in paediatrics
  • committed to continuous quality improvement through professional development and service development
  • A senior role may be considered for a candidate that demonstrates leadership qualities and advanced clinical skills. For more information about the role please contact Moana O'Brien on -

    All applications for this position must be received by applying online.

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