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A school near Carpenterville, OR has an opening for a Physical Therapist to work a full school year contract. This position is part time, 2 days per week, and provides therapy services to an elementary caseload. Email your updated resume to Hannah.Duenke@ProCareTherapy.com or call 770-225-3186 to be considered for this opportunity.
- This position is part time
- This position is for the full school year
- 37.5 hours per week
- Services are provided for elementary students
- Must have degree in Physical Therapy
- Must have WA state license and ESA certification
- Providing assigned students with direct therapeutic care and teaching rehabilitation skills
- Provides preventive and rehabilitative PT procedures individualized to the student and their specific needs
- Develops and revises a plan of care based on the initial assessment, continual reassessment of students needs, expected outcomes, and goals when appropriate
- Documents all skilled and medically necessary care thoroughly, timely and accurately
- As applicable, supervises Physical Therapy Assistants in accordance with Federal/State laws, rules, regulations, and agency policy
- Participates in IEP meetings with staff and family to discuss students progress, goals, and continued therapy
Benefits of working for ProCare Therapy include:
- Competitive hourly rate
- Weekly paychecks
- Health benefits
- Sign on bonuses
- Relocation reimbursement
- License reimbursement
We are interviewing now- call Hannah at 770-225-3108 to learn more or send your updated resume to Hannah.Duenke@ProCareTherapy.com.
Employee type: Contract
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
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