Physiotherapist- Disability Service, Co. Wicklow

Temporary // Newtownmountkennedy, Co. WicklowSalary: €19.08 - €33.01


Physiotherapist – Children’s Disabilities Service, Newtownmountkennedy, Co. Wicklow

Basic and senior grade psychologists will be considered. 

Physiotherapist required for a locum assignment with children’s disability team based in Newtownmountkennedy, Co. Wicklow, commencing immediately to work as part of an assessment of need service. The aim of the service is to help clear a backlog of assessments of need.

 Induction and supervision will be provided by qualified Psychology staff. Successful applicants will be given an overview of the AON process and how assessments will be undertaken within current Public Health guidance during Covid 19.


Interested candidates are required to have:

  • A recognised qualification as a Physiotherapist with CORU registration
  • Experience working in a disability service, placement experience will be considered for basic grade applicants
  • At least 3 yrs post graduate experience is required in order to be considered for a senior role


For further information, please forward your CV to or call Brian in confidence on 01 482 5352

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Newtownmountkennedy, Co. Wicklow
€19.08 - €33.01
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Developmental Delay,Disabilities,Disability Jobs,Intellectual Disabilities,Intellectual Disability,Physiotherapist,Physiotherapy,Physiotherapy Lead,School Age,Senior Physiotherapist,Wicklow

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