Physiotherapist and Clinical Manager (Team Leader) – Raynes Park (Wimbledon) Clinic

We are currently looking for an experienced MSK Physiotherapist to lead our clinical team at Raynes Park in the role of Clinical Manager. If you are ambitious, hardworking and keen to effect change through leadership then this is a fantastic opportunity.

This would suit an experienced clinician working in private practice or a candidate working at Band 7 level or above. Previous management experience would be advantageous, as would an established network in the private sector.

The details:

  • Salary range £48k — £58k with annual review
  • Private medical insurance
  • CPD budget and 5 days CPD leave
  • Annual leave and paid sick leave
  • Pension
  • David Lloyd membership

Structure of the role:

Our clinic is based at the David Lloyd Club in Raynes Park, a fantastic health club with expansive gym, tennis and pool facilities. The clinic is well established since 2010, with excellent treatment room space as well as access to the huge gym floor.

As with all our clinics, Raynes Park has a multidisciplinary team of clinicians, working together to ensure patients receive optimal treatment.

Our clinicians are supported with regular CPD and mentoring to ensure ongoing development. You will receive time and budget towards external CPD courses and/​or post graduate study. Continuous opportunities exist to learn from colleagues and contribute to the sharing of knowledge.

The week would be structured with 32 hours of clinical time, 6 hours of management time.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Delivery of clinical excellence, ensuring this is maintained across the team
  • Organisation of the clinical team availability against expected forecast
  • Assisting in the recruitment of new clinicians in line with our growth plans
  • Monitoring performance across the team and reacting accordingly
  • Implementing service development and strategy

How to apply:

Please email your CV and cover letter to sam.​[email protected]​puresportsmed.​com.

Closing date Friday 6th August

PSM is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment with a cultural and social mix of individuals who are welcomed and treated equally regardless of their race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetics, disability, or age.


See what our current Clinical Managers say about working as part of the PSM team and managing their respective clinics.

The role also still allows me to practice my clinical skills and work professionally within parts of the wider MDT. — Andrew Britton, PSM Bank

I enjoy working closely with the individual development of each clinician but also finding ways to develop the clinic as a whole. - Pat Gillham, PSM Raynes Park

The role itself is very much one of leadership. Of course, there are the day-to-day management task to complete, but alongside that comes the opportunity to lead a large multi-disciplinary team, within the best organisation in its sector. — Chris Whittle, PSM Moorgate.