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Independent Provider Of Specialist Neurological Rehabilitation Services

We are hiring... send us your CV!

We are hiring for a number of positions and have lots of opportunities arising with potential for flexibility on hours and locations. If interested please send your CV to Jen Mellows at jenmellows@hobbsrehabilitation.co.uk.  
Full time Speech and Language Therapist (Band 5/6- Winchester Outpatients and Community)
Full Time permanent (part time/flexible hours may be considered)
We are looking for a Band 5/6 level equivalent Speech and Language Therapist (SALT) to work with the Hobbs team to provide high quality inpatient, outpatient and community assessment and rehabilitation for patients with neurological conditions in both our private and NHS caseloads.
More details here

Full time Physiotherapist (Band 6/7, part time considered) - Hobbs South West (Nr Castle Cary, Somerset)

The exciting role of Team Lead Physiotherapist is becoming vacant for an ambitious physio, due to a move from one of our senior team members into a different role within the company. You will work alongside existing team lead but with a clinical leadership focus. 

Join Hobbs and you will benefit from working within an MDT including OT/SALT/Neuro psychology.  With excellent clinical development, opportunities to steer the newly designed outpatient clinic’s pathway, you will work with cutting edge neurotechnology and research projects. We will offer support to allow you to follow your clinical passion. 

Hobbs South West has a small multidisciplinary team and the clinic comprises a large rehab gym, smaller gym, private treatment rooms and a 2 bedroom flat where clients requiring intensive rehab input can stay.

Who we're looking for:

  • Experienced band 6 or 7 level physio
  • HCPC registered
  • Experienced in neurological and general rehabilitation conditions.
  • Some Bobath experience desirable
  • Compassionate and able to showcase excellent patient care
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong leadership and managerial skills 

Please email directors@hobbsrehabiltation.co.uk with your CV and then we can organise an informal discussion about the role prior to interview stage. 


Full time/Part time Occupational Therapist - Location to be discussed as a number of opportunities are available

We are excited to be looking for an enthusiastic, highly skilled occupational therapist(s) to join our established multidisciplinary teams based at Oaksey House, Lambourn, as well as our inpatient / community transition team in Andover and our outpatient services in Winchester. You will need possess relevant rehabilitation experience for people with neurological conditions, including Brain injury, Stroke, Spinal injuries and enjoy working as part of a team to support complex discharge planning. The successful applicant will work as an integral part of the team to provide high quality intensive residential rehabilitation, community-based treatments and intensive out-patient therapy for patients with neurological conditions.   More details here.

Apply on Indeed or NHS jobs with an up-to-date CV.

For informal enquiries, please contact Rachel O’Neill (Clinical Lead / Occupational Therapist) - rachel@hobbsrehabilitation.co.uk / 01962 779796 for more information.


Full time Junior Physiotherapist - Located at Oaksey House, Lambourn, Berkshire

We are looking for a junior physiotherapist to provide high quality rehabilitation care for patients with neurological conditions. The successful applicant will provide high quality holistic care to our patients throughout their journey. aligned with Hobbs values and working as a member of the inter-disciplinary team. Oaksey House near Newbury, is the flagship rehabilitation centre of the Injured Jockeys Fund. 
Within the Injured Jockey Funded facility, we offer rehabilitation to all neurological patients, specialising in spinal cord and head injuries. We also provide an active environment for the younger population. A large number of those we treat are young with a spinal cord injury and include sports men and women from the equestrian and RFU (rugby) world, although Oaksey House is not exclusively for young sports people. More Details here

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