TayCare Medical Ltd has ambitious growth plans for the next five years, one of which is to be the leading supplier of orthotic products and services; a journey that will involve both clinicians and technicians working together. We are seeking highly motivated individuals, with a flexible approach and high levels of personal integrity.
We have exciting opportunities for Orthotists to bring their enthusiasm to our dynamic, growing team. We would welcome expressions of interest form both experienced and newly qualified Orthotists to apply for these roles.
ORTHOTIST – Teesside
We have an exciting opportunity for an Orthotist to bring their enthusiasm to our dynamic, growing team. We would welcome expressions of interest from experienced and newly qualified Orthotists to apply for this role.
Based in Teesside and North Yorkshire, providing services for both The James Cook University Hospital and North Tees & Hartlepool NHS Trusts, with a wide range of district general and specialist services such as neurosciences, spinal injuries, major trauma and vascular surgery.
The role involves working within a variety of clinics, primarily based in a large regional trauma centre. Clinic types include diabetic and paediatric MDT, general out patient, special needs schools and complex in patient management.
A team of 6 Orthotists work closely, allowing mentorship, regular discussion and communication to the ensure best patient care is provided. CPD time is built into the role to allow for involvement in training and clinical projects of interest.
You will be responsible for maintaining a high standard of clinical work, developing a strong relationship with the multidisciplinary team and liaising with the technicians in our manufacturing facility, ensuring we maintain our high “right first time” target.
Successful applicants will implement suitable and effective orthotic treatment plans and agree outcome goals for all patients.
The applicants must have a good level of understanding to enable assessment and treatment of a variety of conditions including; diabetes, trauma (including spinal), MSK, paediatrics and neurorehabilitation. There will be further support available through your colleagues in the neighbouring hospitals and experienced clinicians from within the TayCare team.
There will be sufficient time allowed within the working week for CPD and to be involved in company projects, including, clinical, technical and IT development. There is potential to include new projects should candidates have a particular interest area.
In return for contributing to our high quality service you will receive:
➢ Freedom to expand your clinical knowledge and competences;
➢ An experienced clinical team to share thoughts and ideas;
➢ A team of highly skilled technicians to support your custom-made requirements;
➢ Dedicated CPD time;
➢ Competitive salary;
➢ A car scheme or salary equivalent;
➢ Mileage allowance;
➢ Employer pension contributions;
➢ 25 days holiday entitlement, plus statutory bank holidays;
➢ Laptop computer;
➢ Full contribution towards HCPC fees.
Essential requirements include:
➢ Orthotic qualification - BSc P&O or equivalent
➢ HCPC registration
➢ To successfully undergo an enhanced DBS check,
➢ Full UK driving license,
➢ The right to work in the UK.
If you like the idea of working for a caring and considerate family business that is constantly looking to develop within this sector, please contact us by sending your details to recruitment@TayCare.com
If you are due to graduate this year, we would love to talk to you about joining Taycare Medical as patient care, delivering consistent, high-quality products and working really hard to get it “right first time.” We are looking to take on a couple of graduates - one in the North of England at a variety of clinical locations close to our Leeds manufacturing unit and one based at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and surrounding clinics.
It sounds like a cliché but we are big enough to offer you a broad and varied range of work and clinic settings, but small enough to really care about you as a person. We’re family owned, based in Leeds and our Managing Director, Philip Taylor, is an Orthotist who works as a clinician four days a week - so our 21 Orthotists really are at the heart of everything we do. We also have a large factory where over 60 technicians create bespoke products, including custom and modular footwear. We have some private work but predominately we look after NHS patients and we cover a variety of patient settings schools, inpatients and domiciliary visits. You’ll initially work alongside one of our experienced Orthotists and as you gain confidence and knowledge, you’ll work more autonomously and with other multi-disciplinary health care teams.
What’s in it for me?
As well as all the benefits listed below, we’ll also provide you with a dedicated mentor who will support will be to ensure that you get the depth and breadth of experiences that you need. We’ll do this by design and you’ll also be supported at all levels by your fellow Orthotists, our skilled and expert Technicians in the factory, the dedicated Admin and Procurement staff and our friendly Board of Directors.
➢ Flexibility on your start date – have the summer off and as soon as your registration is complete we’ll be happy to accommodate your preferred start date
➢ A full time, permanent contract
➢ 25 days holiday entitlement plus Bank Holidays
➢ Company Car/Car Allowance
➢ Dedicated Clinical Professional Development time
➢ Training and Development
➢ Opportunities to be involved in Companywide projects
➢ Access to the clinical team, technicians and manufacturing facilities
You’ll need to be HCPC registered by the time you start work, hold a full UK driving licence and we’d also like you to be a member of BAPO. We will also carry out a full DBS check prior to your start date.
If you think this would suit you and you’d like to find out more, please send your C.V. and a covering letter by email to Matthew Jones at email@example.com
Interviews will be held at Salford University on 11 March 2020
Other roles: We are always on the lookout for talented people to join our workforces please fill out our contact form below or by sending your details to recruitment@TayCare.com and we will get back to you.
An independent family-run business which supplies orthotic products and services to both the NHS and the private sector. The devices we make can relieve painful symptoms, help prevent the progression of disabling conditions and improve the quality of life for our patients.