CP+R® stands for Clinical Prevention and Rehabilitation. Put simply, we both prevent ill health and help people to successfully rehabilitate from illness.
We are experts in our field, providing bespoke clinical programmes that combine exercise, nutrition guidance, psychological support and professional friendship. Our service is underpinned by our sound scientific approach and delivered by our inspirational team of clinical exercise specialists and nurses.
We were founded to deliver private cardiac and cancer rehabilitation, offering a level of service unparalleled anywhere in London or the world. From these areas of expertise we have expanded to help anyone wanting to live longer better.
A CP+R CES is an inspirational motivator who leaves no stone unturned in their pursuit of helping a person.
The role of the CES is to deliver sustained, life-changing healthcare to CP+R athletes through monitored exercise sessions, nutritional guidance and lifestyle advice and support.
The CES has two principle areas of responsibility:
+ To project manage a portfolio of athletes to continuously improve their health
+ To be a role model of the CP+R culture and our values:
- Relentless positivity
- Friendship and teamwork
- Thirst for learning
- Unique contribution
- Making it happen
+ Assess the exercise capabilities of each athlete during an initial clinical assessment at the outset of their programme and prescribe an appropriate exercise programme
+ Support each athlete through each stage of their programme
+ Provide consistent and/or progressive levels of the CP+R exercise prescription programme
+ Ensure each athlete adheres to CP+R’s “Four Pillars of Success”
+ Provide each athlete with a clinical reassessment and subsequent report of their progress
+ Engage in uplifting, positive and timely communications with athletes to support and encourage them in their programmes
+ Keep an updated record of each athlete’s progress via their individual ‘Athlete Profile’
+ 2:1 or above predicted or acquired BSc grade in relevant degree
+ Personal Training qualification (preferred but not essential)
+ Six months 1-2-1 coaching experience (preferred but not essential)
+ Proven experience in a customer service role
+ Proven experience or interest in rehabilitation or helping people
+ Excellent communication skills
+ Excellent organizational skills