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We are currently looking for:


Full time (some flexibility), £27,500 - £28,282 depending on experience, Band 5

Deadline: 31 December 2023

We are looking for a qualified physiotherapist (NHS Band 5 equivalent) to join our team and contribute to all aspects of the service delivering high-quality, person-centred treatment to people with MS. You will work as part of the Physiotherapy team to deliver individually tailored treatment to members on a 1:1 basis as well as in group settings. Services are offered face to face and through virtual platforms. You will be required to formulate and deliver individualised treatment plans and use clinical reasoning skills and a wide range of treatment options to provide specialised programmes of care. You will then evaluate progress, reassess, and alter treatment programmes as required.

How to apply

To apply please read the Job Description carefully and complete the application form.

If you have any questions, or would like an informal chat before applying, please contact our Physiotherapy Manager, Anwen Hall, on 0118 901 6000 or email her at

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Unpaid, volunteer

We are looking for new people to join our trustee board – can you use your skills to help shape the future of our Centre? We would especially be interested in hearing from people with experience in business, HR, fundraising, healthcare settings and law.

What is a trustee?

Trustees oversee everything a charity does, from setting its strategy to being responsible for its work and finances. The day-to-day operations of the Centre are delegated to staff and the trustees play a vital role in ensuring the direction the charity is heading.

They’re volunteers with big responsibilities but being a trustee is a rewarding way to make a difference. As a trustee you’ll develop new skills and experience while contributing your ideas and knowledge to an organisation.


What do trustees do?

Some need professional expertise, such as in finance, fundraising or IT, but you don’t need to be a specialist to be valuable. Fresh perspective, commitment and some common sense are some of the most valuable things a trustee can bring.

Our trustees currently meet monthly via Zoom. Between meetings, you’ll be expected to read papers and keep up-to-date with what’s going on in the organisation. You may take on other commitments such as overseeing specific projects or areas of work.

If you are interested, we want to hear from you. Please call Pip Vincent-Cooke on 0118 901 6000 or email for more information and to chat about the role.

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