University of Leeds - Facilities Directorate

Are you qualified to degree level (or equivalent) in Physiotherapy with experience of working within an established physiotherapy setting? Do you have excellent communication skills with the ability to motivate and influence others? 

Sport and Physical Activity at the University of Leeds is fully committed to achieving the aim of being the ‘number one provider of sport and physical activity in the University sector.’ We are seeking a Physiotherapist to provide injury rehabilitation advice and treatment for a multitude of issues presented. You will take an active role in helping to build the internal and external client base and specifically provide injury rehabilitation to staff, students, members of the public, and to the University of Leeds hockey clubs. 

You will be a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and will be registered with the Health Professions Council (HCP). You will have demonstrable ability to analyse a range of injuries and diagnose and treat accordingly and you will have knowledge of physiotherapy and rehabilitation techniques related to recent advances in musculoskeletal medicine.

This is a part time post (equivalent to 25 hours per week), however the total number of weekly hours will be variable dependent upon the needs of the business and will be based on an annualised hours basis. You will be required to work some evenings and weekends and flexibility will be required.

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 

Patrick Craig, Assistant Head of Sport (Development)

Tel: +44 (0)113 343 7541, email:

Location: Leeds - Main Campus

School/Institute: Commercial & Campus Support Services

Section: Sport & Physical Activity (SPA)

Working Time: 25 hours

Contract Type: Fixed Term (until 31 July 2019 due to undetermined future funding)

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