Our team strives to enhance the lives of disabled people across the world.

We are committed to enhancing the lives of as many disabled people as possible through our projects and by partnering with others. We also strive to ensure that everyone who works for Motivation feels valued, inspired and empowered to make a positive change.

Our team of passionate experts know the wheelchair sector inside out. We understand the challenges facing disabled people living in the developing world. The practical knowledge and skills of our front line staff is complemented by a strong back office team who focus on raising funds, keeping on top of finances and making sure operations run smoothly.

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Current Vacancies

Lead Clinician - 12 month fixed term contract

£38,000-£42,000 (Pro-Rata)

Part-time, negotiable.

Secondment opportunities welcomed.

You will play a lead role in helping Motivation to ensure excellent clinical provision and increasing our influence, so that we continue to promote professional and sustainable wheelchair services in countries with low provision, including Kenya, India, Malawi and Uganda. As well as convening Motivation’s Clinical Advisory Group, you will engage other external partners around the latest developments and best practice in seating, postural management and wheelchair service provision. You will also provide clinical input to our design and development processes to ensure that our products are fit for purpose.

Motivation has set itself an ambitious goal of localising clinical expertise and leadership in our Africa- and India-based teams; this role is central to setting and maintaining clinical standards, supporting the wellbeing and reflective practice of the team, and helping us to bridge gaps in capacity.

You will have an enquiring mind and strong interpersonal skills while being clinically active with a relevant professional qualification. You will have significant experience in seating and postural management; knowledge of the management of conditions such as spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy and spina bifida; experience of training design and delivery; and experience of leading and developing teams.

Read the Job Description and Person Specification.

To apply, please send your CV (maximum 2pp) and a covering letter (maximum 2pp) setting out why you are interested in the role and how you meet the job description to Sara Gwynn: [email protected].

We value diversity and equality and particularly encourage applications from disabled people and from BAME communities. 

Closing date: Sunday 7th March at midnight. 

Interviews to be held in mid-March.

As the international development sector changes, we know Motivation must also evolve to achieve the greatest impact. Over the past year a new global focus on assistive technology for disability inclusion has emerged in politics and development. There has never been a better time for Motivation to influence wheelchair provision for future generations. 

To achieve this we are embarking on a period of change towards a global model of operation. We are building the capacity of our regional teams so they can drive and deliver the change that is required. We are exploring new funding models. We are building our sustainability. All this will enable Motivation to be in the best shape possible to grow our long term impact for disabled people in developing countries. Now is an excellent time to join our team. Read more. 

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