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Gym/Exercise Instructor (NHS Band 4)

posted Sep 13, 2011, 3:12 AM by Ben Jane   [ updated Sep 13, 2011, 3:14 AM ]
Location:  Wakefield
Salary:  £18402-£21798 per annum
Reference:  378-A1799
Job Title:  Gym/Exercise Instructor (Band 4)
Area of Work:  Forensic Services
Employer:  South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Department:  Newton Lodge, Fieldhead
 
 
Should you be shortlisted for interview, please note that any correspondence will be sent to you through your NHS Jobs account.

Priority will initially be given to At Risk Applicants within NHS Kirklees, NHS Calderdale, Wakefield, Mid Yorkshire, CHFT and SWYFT.

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Gym/Exercise Instructor within the Forensic Service at Fieldhead Hospital in Wakefield. The service compromises of
in-patient wards in a medium secure environment.

We seek an enthusiastic, motivated, experienced individual with a good grounding in exercise prescription to provide assessment of service users to develop and implement bespoke exercise/fitness programmes. This will involve individual and group sessions, determined by service user need. In addition to this, you will work with other members of the Team, across the medium secure services to develop healthy living programmes for service users.

You will work as part of the Team supporting other staff in the induction, education and supervision of other staff and students who work with service users on exercise and healthy living programmes.

Support will come from the Clinical Leader for Therapy and Education Services as well as the wider Therapy Team. The post holder can expect a varied and challenging workload which requires excellent problem solving skills and flexibility in assessment and treatments. The service is committed to continued professional development you will be expected to fully participate in ongoing development activities, including participation in in-service training.

In conjunction with the Clinical Leader you will be instrumental in ensuring that an excellent quality of care is maintained and where appropriate you will be empowered to implement change. You must be able to demonstrate excellent communication, time and workload management skills and the ability to work autonomously both independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.

For informal enquiries or to arrange a visit contact Catherine Eaves, Clinical Leader on 01924 327386

We recognise there is a wealth of talent among people who have a disability including those who have had experience of mental health problems and as an equal opportunities employer we are seeking to recruit from all sections of the community.

If you have a disability, and you wish to be considered under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme if you meet the minimum criteria as specified in the person specification you must indicate this on your application form.

An Equal Opportunities Monitoring sheet is included in the application form. This information will be treated in confidence and will be detached from the form prior to the shortlisting/interview process. However, Recruiting Managers will be advised if applicants have a disability in order for us to follow the 'Two Ticks' shortlisting process, unless applicants inform us that they do not wish to disclose whether or not they have a disability.

Please note if you are shortlisted for interview, we will be contacting you through your email account to invite you to interview so it is important for you to check this regularly.

The Trust reserves the right to close any vacancy on or before the closing date (as necessary). Please ensure you apply for this job as soon as you can, if interested.

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Ben Jane,
Sep 13, 2011, 3:14 AM
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