Where could I work?​

Physiotherapists are recruited by a wide-range of employers including the health service, higher education, independent and private practice, the voluntary sector including charities, the prison service, industry and sports clubs.​

What would my starting salary be?​

Most jobs in the NHS are covered by the Agenda for Change pay scales and as a recently graduated physiotherapist you will usually start at Band 5. Pay and conditions will vary depending upon your employer and competitive rates are offered throughout the private and voluntary sectors. You should always check with the employer to confirm the pay rate for any post for which you are applying.​

What hours would I be working?​

37.5 hours per week is standard in the NHS, which may include evening and weekends. You may be on-call and seven day working and shift patterns are likely to become more usual in the future. Outside of the NHS, your hours will be dictated by the context of where you work.​

To explore this career in more depth visit : NHS Health Careers​