Physiotherapists (f/m/d) for Geriatrics/Stroke Unit and General Ward Operations

  • Germany, 57074 Siegen
  • Internal Medicine: Geriatrics
  • Physiotherapist
  • Part time

Jobs Physiotherapists (f/m/d) for Geriatrics/Stroke Unit and General Ward Operations

The Ambulantes Rehazentrum Siegerland (ARZ) is looking for physiotherapists (f/m/d) in the field of geriatrics/stroke unit and in general hospital operations on a full or part-time basis for its clinic location in Siegen (Diakonie Klinikum Jung-Stilling) as soon as possible

Your profile: If you are a trained physiotherapist and enjoy working with people, are reliable and have a high degree of flexibility, we can offer you an interesting field of activity. Ideally, you have completed further training in manual lymph drainage, Bobath or proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF). We are also happy to welcome newcomers to the profession or people returning to work.

We offer performance-related remuneration, good further training opportunities and an attractive working environment.


Full or part time

Start date

as soon as possible

Place of work

mainly Wichernstraße 40 | Siegen

We look forward to receiving your application. Contact:

ARZ Siegerland - Team Siegen
Management Maik Schöler | Hengsbachstr. 156a | Siegen
e-mail: | Phone: (0271) 8 10 88

Apply now online

Diakonie in Südwestfalen gGmbH

Diakonie in Südwestfalen gGmbH

Diakonie in South Westphalia - a network for the whole of life

The Diakonie in South Westphalia forms the largest health and social network in our region - and is there from birth to the end of life for people who are ill, in need of help and care. With 3,400 employees, the company is a major employer in about 120 facilities at more than 40 locations. Every year, 100,000 people are treated, cared for and looked after here. As a professional service provider, Diakonie in South Westphalia links numerous diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitation and care units. These include hospitals, medical care centres, homes for the elderly, outpatient care services along with a meal service, a day care centre for children, outpatient rehabilitation centres, residential homes for people with disabilities, help for homeless people, a hospice, various counselling centres and its own care training centre. There is a strong foundation for the work of Diakonie in South Westphalia: as a Protestant institution, the organisation is firmly anchored in a Christian worldview. Regardless of their origin and religion, people in the most diverse situations receive help and support here. And the focus is always on the dignity of the individual.