About the Role:
MediRecruit are currently in search of a Locum Speech and Language Therapist for a vacancy based in Northern Ireland. This is a 6 month post for a role to start as soon as possible.
This will be an adult acute setting; you must be able to independently manage a dysphagia caseload.
- Current Registration with HCPC
- Right to work in the UK (Youth Mobility Visa/ British Passport Holders)
- There is accommodation available locally - this will be a fantastic opportunity to experience the beautiful Northern Ireland so if you're in the UK to travel, this job will be ideal for you!
- Excellent location
- Hourly rate £30.00 per hour
When it comes to working in the UK as a health professional, there isn’t much Danielle Weedon (B. Physio), and Clare Jones (B Occ Thy) don’t know. Both have worked as a Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist in the UK and as such have a unique understanding of the planning and support required in the lead up to moving overseas, navigating HCPC (Health and Care Professionals Council), compliance requirements for work in the NHS, setting up bank accounts, visas and more.
MediRecruit is a proud partner of Rig Healthcare which has been operating in the healthcare market in the UK for over 14 years and is now one of the largest suppliers of Locum AHPs, Pharmacists and Doctors to the NHS. They are a HealthTrust Europe (HTE), Crown Commercial Services (CCS) and Collaborative Procurement Partnership (CPP) supplier ensuring they have all the latest roles available to candidates and adhere to all the relevant compliance governance.
Together MediRecruit and Rig Healthcare assist you to prepare for life in the UK, working hard to find your desired locum position in your location of choice.
How to Apply:
For more information about this role, contact Clare Jones (B Occ Thy) on (03) 9696 3375 or email email@example.com.
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