About us Work for us Working for INS INS is a local independent charity, currently with 13 (mostly part-time) staff members. We help hundreds of local people every year. It's a great place to work if you really want to make a difference to people's lives. Could you bring your skills to our team? If there are no current vacancies listed below, please take a look at the other ways you can get involved with us as a volunteer. Vacancy: Senior Neurological Physiotherapist INS is looking for a physiotherapist who is passionate about working with adults with neurological conditions. We are able to provide longer term physical, emotional and social support to enable people to live well with their conditions. Working with INS provides an opportunity work with our service users and colleagues to develop broader skills and knowledge and to innovate. The role: Band 6 or 7 Physiotherapist Salary Dependent on role Permanent full-time/part-time considered. INS is a Twickenham based charity with over 25 years’ experience of supporting adults with neurological and their carers. At INS you will be a key member of our multidisciplinary team providing a person-centred approach with time to deliver both individual and group therapy. The service supports people in Richmond, Hounslow and the surrounding boroughs providing face to face and online services. INS delivers services from Twickenham, Barnes and Feltham and in people’s homes. There will be opportunities to be creative and develop new ideas in conjunction with our service users. This is an exciting opportunity to develop your skills and experience in neurology and to work with a small, enthusiastic and experienced team of staff and volunteers. Holiday entitlement, 25 days per annum plus statutory holidays (FTE) Pension Employee assistance programme Transport: Close to Strawberry Hill, Fulwell, and Twickenham Stations. Excellent bus services. Some off street parking Excellent CPD/training opportunities To apply for the Senior Neurological Physiotherapy role, a copy of the Application Form can be downloaded here. Click Here to view a copy of the Band 6 job description and Click Here to view a copy of the Band 7 job description. For more information please contact [email protected], or call Sarah Vines on 020 8755 4000. The closing date for this post is Monday 4th July 2022 Becoming a trustee Our Board of Trustees is responsible for all strategic decision making, including business planning. The Trustees are all volunteers and the Board work as a team to ensure that within the group there is a diverse range of skills, talents and backgrounds to support the management staff and volunteers at INS. They are experts in their fields with the highest level of integrity, entrusted to carry out both governance functions and fully understand their collective and individual responsibilities. INS is currently looking to recruit a Trustees who will demonstrate passion and commitment to improving the lives of people with neuro-disability. This is an exciting opportunity to share your talents and expertise to make a positive difference to their lives.