Roles & Responsibilities
This is a great opportunity for an Osteopath to join our team, working in wonderful North Yorkshire.
● Northallerton Osteopaths was established in 1994. It is one of the largest multi-disciplinary complementary healthcare clinics in North Yorkshire, with 12 practitioners boasting over 200 years of clinical experience between them. Our ethos is to provide the best healthcare utilizing a patient-centred approach. All our associate practitioners are highly qualified and are regulated and insured by their respective professional bodies. Utilising modern approaches, and incorporating evidence-based practice, our practitioners work together as a team to provide the best possible treatment to our patients.
● The Northallerton Osteopaths Ltd is based at Hale House, Northallerton. The two clinic directors also run Hale House Management, a company which oversees the maintenance of the building and hire of the office spaces and studio.
● We also have a satellite clinic, Easingwold Osteopaths, based in Easingwold, North Yorkshire which is 20 miles south of Northallerton.
The Role of the Associate Osteopath
● Northallerton Osteopaths is an Osteopath led multi-disciplinary practice. Our Osteopaths see approx. 75% of all patients who visit the clinic. Our Osteopaths set the professional tone of the clinic and often lead the patient management plans of complex cases, referring appropriately to other practitioners within the clinic. They are often the ‘face’ of the clinic and set the tone for the positive experiences that our patients enjoy.
● Our Osteopaths are required to manage their own patient list effectively, generating your own goodwill within the framework of the clinic.
● You are also responsible for some administration relating to patient management such as telephone enquiries and follow up courtesy calls; diary management; GP letters; MRI referrals etc.
● It is important that you have a professional relationship with our clinic manager and receptionists, so that they can fulfil their role in supporting our practitioners to work efficiently.
● UK based Osteopathy Qualification, or evidence of permission to work in the UK as an Osteopath
● Registration with the General Osteopathic Council
● Current Professional Indemnity Insurance
● Employed (Full-time role): Starting salary circa £28k with bonus scheme worth an additional potential of a further £10K.
● CPD allowance and registration fees paid.
● Self Employed (part-time role only): % split dependant on level of experience.
● We encourage our practitioners to find their own style of Osteopathy using all approaches including structural and/or cranial work.
● We have regular catch-up meetings to support your CPD.
● This full-time position can be on either a self-employed or employed basis.
● We can offer help with relocation.
If interested, please e-mail Jo Waterworth on: firstname.lastname@example.org