CSP Council Elections 2015 opens up to Candidates, Physio-Jobs Comments Tuesday 10 February 2015 PDF Print The profession requires a cost effective, simple recruitment solution in the UK and Physio-Jobs is a free service that only charges if they deliver The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is calling on members to put their names forward as candidates for Council. A Physio-Jobs spokesperson responds. Members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy are being asked to put themselves forward to stand as candidates for Council, the Society’s governing body and democratic heart. The closing date for nominations for these elections is 10 April, and any subscribing member is eligible to put their name forward. It is hoped that members from all sections of physiotherapy will take the opportunity to stand for the vacant seats. The Council is seeking six nationally elected members; one educator, one independent practitioner, one researcher and three NHS-employed. A Country Board representative for Northern Island and six Regional Network representatives are also being sought after. Successful candidates will each serve a four-year term of office from the October 2015 annual general meeting, and they’ll be asked to attend four one day meetings a year in London. Physio-Jobs, a new job board that aims to help public and private sector client’s recruit physiotherapists, are urging members to step up and stand for election. “The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is the profession’s largest membership organisation, and it helps to promote high standards of practice, research and development for physios,” said a Physio-Jobs spokesperson. “It’s a great organisation and members should be encouraged to put themselves forward for Council, where they can have their say on how the profession can grow and progress. "The profession requires a cost effective, simple recruitment solution in the UK and Physio-Jobs is a free service that only charges if they deliver. Employers can advertise their roles quickly and easily with us for free and they only have to pay a one off fee of £60 per advert upon receipt of the first application from a qualified physiotherapist who can legally work in the UK. “The fee covers all applications that your advert generates, and makes the process of finding great physios much more streamlined. Physio-Jobs has been designed to serve both employees and those who are looking for roles within the profession.” Physio-Jobs is a job board designed to create an effective recruitment experience for physiotherapists in the UK. Through the advertising of vacancies on the behalf of employers and agencies, they provide a modern way for those within the profession to seek both employment and employees. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Physio-Jobs in the following categories: Leisure & Hobbies, Business & Finance, Medical & Pharmaceutical, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.