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Physiotherapists – Scottish Gymnastics performance training camps 

Role
Physiotherapists – Scottish Gymnastics performance training camps 
Salary:
£150 to £200 (depending on experience) per each day of the training camp
Hours of Work

Physiotherapists. Contract for service, reviewed annually.

Office Base
Residential and non-residential weekend training camps at a range of venues between September 2024 and August 2025
Closing Date
Monday 22 July
 

Job Description

To create a world class system, we must recruit, invest in and retain world class physiotherapists within the national performance programmes and performance pathway programmes, who align with and share Scottish Gymnastics’ vision and values. 

In order to achieve this vision, Scottish Gymnastics are looking to recruit a number of physiotherapists who will support our performance programmes across all eight disciplines within the associated residential and non-residential training camp environment.  

You would be part of the team shaping a collaborative culture and creating a training environment where gymnasts and coaches can thrive and where gymnast well-being and safeguarding is a front and centre. You would provide leadership for the delivery and development of physiotherapy services and work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to deliver a holistic approach to physiotherapy, sports massage therapy as well as prehabilitation and rehabilitation services to athletes and coaches.  

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory PVG scheme membership and evidence of essential qualifications as detailed in the job description.

If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact Rona Patterson, lead manager performance and pathway on rona.patterson@scottishgymnastics.org to arrange a suitable time. 

If you think you are right for this opportunity and this role excites you, please send a letter of application outlining your experience, along with a copy of your CV to performance@scottishgymnastics.org to arrive no later than 9am on Monday 22 July. Interviews will be held at the start of August, date to confirmed. 

Scottish Gymnastics is an equal opportunities employer and aims to provide a working environment free from any form of harassment, intimidation, victimisation, or unjustifiable discrimination. We aim to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of discrimination. All appointments are made purely based on merit and ability. 

 
 
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