ICAHT India Ambassadors wanted

The following is an announcement by Dr Rizwhan Suleman MChiro of the Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy, an organisation providing Hijama Training in UK 

ICAHT India Ambassadors wanted

The UK based ICAHT (Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy) is pleased to announce the

opening of its first ICAHT India Center of Integrative Medicine in the prestigious area of H.S.R Layout in Bangalore, Karnataka.

It is currently looking to recruit a dedicated team of ICAHT professionals to live and work in Bangalore and act as Ambassadors of the UK Institute; adhering to its high UK based standards for appropriate International representation.
The selected individuals will be highly skilled and articulate with the ability to speak publicly, educate the wider community, write academically, treat and educate a large patient base. In addition the right candidates should demonstrate the ability to take part in international conferences, TV interviews, talk shows and educational videos.
The ideal candidates will have a medical qualification or have a minimum of 2 years work experience in the field of Physiotherapy, Osteopathy or Chiropractic. Educational researchers with clinical experience will be considered for the posts as well as practitioners with a wealth of experience and knowledge. All practitioners will be expected to adhere to the Internationally standardized protocols of the institute.
Positions currently available include:
·         Female lead Clinicians (2 positions available) 
·         Male Lead Clinicians (2 positions available)
·         Male Hijama practitioners (4 positions available)
·         Female Hijama practitioners (4 positions available)
·         Male Massage therapist
·         Female Massage therapist
Management and continuous development
·         Clinical Director
·         Duty Manager
·         Anatomy & Physiology lecturer
Attractive salaries on offer (commensurate with experience).
Lead clinicians
Lead clinicians will have a major role in the administration of Hijama therapy to a wide patient base and will eventually be responsible for the clinical mentoring of doctors on the ICAHT Clinical training internships. Their responsibilities will involve assisting the ICAHT UK team of D

octors and researchers in the delivery of high quality academic and postgraduate education as well as representing the profession on both a local, national and international level. Clinical training and mentorship will be provided for the role by the ICAHT UK team for the first year after which a career progression strategy will be implemented.

Hijama Practitioners
Hijama practitioners will be working under the guidance of the lead clinicians. Duties will involve all patient care related duties including; administering hijama therapy, lab duties and handling blood samples and clinical maintenance duties. A kind and caring nature is essential, fluency in multiple languages is advantageous and although all training will be provided, experience in manual therapy, massage and palpation techniques would be preferred. 
Massage Therapists
Massage therapists would be expected to provide a high standard of both relaxation, remedial and deep tissue massage techniques as well as be responsible for Turkish bath/hamam style facility for which training will be provided. Continuous professional education will be provided in soft tissue manipulation techniques by UK trained osteopathic and chiropractic doctors.
Duty Manager
The duty manager will be responsible for administrative roles, patient record keeping, diary management, taking phone calls, dealing with public enquiries, ensuring the smooth running of both clinical and teaching services, co-managing accounts and facilitating research initiatives.
Managing Director
The Managing Director will be responsible for maintaining protocol standards, local and national networking, public education, marketing, event management, finance, and feeding back to the company directors and CEOs.
The Anatomy and physiology lecturer will be responsible for further education of both staff and students on a part time basis and will ideally have a wealth of teaching experience particular in the field of musculoskeletal anatomy.   
Please submit all applications prior to the 10th of March 2015 to:
Please note that the interviewing process will begin immediately so earlier applications will be at an advantage. The available posts may be filled prior to the 10th March 2015 if suitable candidates are found.
For More information on the organization please visit www.icaht.co.uk


ICAHT (Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy)

83 Rolleston Street
England LE5 3SD
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)7533 446 373
Our thanks to ICAHT from England for sharing the above post. If you have any questions or want to leave some feedback on their training, then please do so via a comment* below.
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