We're hiring!

Position: Two part-time, self-employed osteopaths

Hours: Various hours available Monday to Saturday(see below)

Location: 1 Oak Cottage, County Oak Way, Crawley, West Sussex,RH11 7ST

Start date: We anticipate a start date of October 2021

Bridgeham Clinic is a well-established private practice in Crawley.

The Clinic offers a powerful combination of osteopathy and Pilates.  Bridgeham began28 years ago and in 2017 moved from a 2-treatment room clinic in Ifield to the current location in the thriving County Oak Retail Park in Manor Royal, where there are 5 treatment rooms and dedicated Pilates machine and movement studios.

Everything under one roof!

Trevor and Jo, together with their expert team of reception staff and practitioners, are passionate about their business, helping people to enjoy movement and to solve the mystery of why their bodies do what they do.  They strive to help all people to “Be the best they can be” whether they are a patient, a client, a practitioner or a member of staff.

The team of practitioners are led by Trevor Strutt, the Institute of Osteopathy’s Principal of the Year award winner in 2015,and Jo Strutt, Pilates and Garuda instructor and ex West End musical theatre dancer/performer.  This inspirational husband and wife team demonstrate a never-ending energy and commitment, which is felt throughout the clinic.

The Bridgeham team currently consists of:

8 osteopaths

5 Pilates machine instructors

3 massage therapists

2 acupuncturists

1 nutritionist

1 hypnotherapist

1 Pranic healer

1 foot health practitioner

1 counsellor

6 admin team members

Job Description

We are looking to recruit for two dynamic, patient-focused osteopaths who would be able to work both independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.

The ideal candidates should have an interest in, or some experience of, movement rehabilitation.  A Pilates instructor qualification or experience of using Pilates as part of a treatment plan would be an advantage.

We are looking for osteopaths who are passionate to learn and work in a multi-disciplinary clinic, and who are keen to deepen their existing knowledge whilst maintaining our excellent level of customer service.

All our team are encouraged to be involved in promoting themselves and the clinic through our Bridgeham marketing and social media platforms. We welcome contributions in the way of articles and blogs for our targeted monthly social media programme and our monthly patient newsletters.   

To apply for one of our positions please send an email to pm@bridgeham.com, attaching your cv and a covering letter introducing yourself, your background, training, experience and any special interest areas.

Hours Available:

Monday - 09.00-13.00 OR 16.00-20.00 (mentoring with Trevor Strutt between 14.00-15.30)

Tuesday - 16.00-20.00 (observation time 14.00-15.30)

Wednesday - 14.00-20.00 (observation time 11.30-13.00)  2 rooms available

Thursday - 08.00-11.30(observation 12.00-13.30) OR 16.00-20.00 (observation time 14.00-15.30)

Friday - 13.00-18.00 (mentoring with Trevor Strutt 13.00-14.30)

Saturday - 08.30-14.30pm alternate weeks

Here are some words from one of our former osteopaths about why she enjoyed working at Bridgeham. We couldn’t say it better ourselves!

The decision to leave Bridgeham Clinic has not been an easy one.  My leaving is for a number of personal reasons, none of which are to do with the Clinic.  I will miss Bridgeham and everyone there sorely.

It’s the most progressive, innovative, friendly and fun Clinic that I have ever worked in.  From the welcoming atmosphere to the continual strive to be the very best; from using Coaches Eye to the ingenious pillow; from the support and encouragement given to each person helping them to grow and develop with regular workshops to the inclusion of Garuda, Nutrition, Acupuncture and Pranic Healing; from state of the art computerised exercise sheets to the Bridgeham Patient Progress Chart.  

Bridgeham is a clinic like no other and I feel proud – incredibly proud - to have been apart of it.

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