(Full Time, must work Saturdays)
Location: Hong Kong – SPOT Centres in Central, Discovery Bay and Wong Chuk Hang / schools
We are looking to recruit HK registered, qualified therapists to join our innovative and dynamic multi-disciplinary team to provide Physiotherapy. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Provision of 1:1 and group therapy.
- Comprehensive report and letter writing.
- Documentation of client contact, goal setting, treatment planning and intervention.
- Working within a multi professional team and liaising with relevant external agencies.
- Adherence to SPOT policies and procedures.
- Active participation in team communication, networking and support.
- Continuing professional development.
Therapists will be expected to show sound clinical reasoning skills, utilising evidenced based practice for children with developmental, medical, neurological, functional, sensory and/or motor disorders, mental health challenges and/or specific learning differences.
You will be joining a team of speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists and counsellors with a wide range of clinical expertise, offering many opportunities to enhance your skills and knowledge.
- Flexibility, initiative, ability to work alone and as part of a team, motivation to pursue continued professional development.
- Comfortable working with children and with special needs, understanding and accepting of a diverse range of strengths, abilities and challenges.
- Ability to remain calm during emergencies.
- Committed and passionate about personal professional development and advancing child development provision and practice in Hong Kong.
- Internationally recognised degree in Physiotherapy.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and command of the English language.
- Fluent written and spoken Cantonese is a bonus.
- Minimum of 2 years of paediatric experience.
- Training in SI / NDT/ Circle of Security / DIR is preferred.
- Experience in managing a diverse caseload, assessment and interpretation of standardised tests, goal setting, treatment planning and intervention.