Posted on Feb 4, 2020 by Pinnacle Rehab Staffing
We are looking for a full-time or part-time Physical Therapist (PT) for a permanent position working with an adult population in an outpatient clinic. The pay and benefits for this outpatient Physical Therapist position are very generous. The Physical Therapist must either be a New Grad or have at least 1 year of experience in an outpatient orthopedic setting. This Physical Therapist position is at an outpatient clinic that has a very great reputation in the area. The outpatient clinic is owned by a Physical Therapist. This outpatient clinic has been in business for many years and is well-established with a good referral base. This Physical Therapy position is at an outpatient clinic that is privately owned rather than a corporation. Some of the Benefits of the Outpatient Physical Therapy Position: - The pay is very generous - Employees qualify for benefits if they work at least 30 hours - Great Health Insurance offerings with low deductible and low premium. The company pays for a great majority of the premium. - Flexible Spending Account (FSA) - Dental - Vision - Paid time off 4.5 weeks - Short term disability - Long term disability - 401K with Retirement Plan - Life insurance - Continuing education benefit - Extra employee discounts on health/nutrition products REQUIREMENTS OF THE OUTPATIENT PHYSICAL THERAPY POSITION: The Physical Therapist must either be a New Grad or have at least 1 year of experience in an outpatient orthopedic setting. The Physical Therapist must have a Bachelors, Masters or Doctorate degree IN Physical Therapy. The Physical Therapist must have a license to practice PT in the state. The Physical Therapist must also either be a US citizen or have your green card-- NO EXCEPTIONS. We will consider full time or part time Physical Therapists. *If you qualify for this position and are interested, please put a note in your application with the following information:* 1. Please tell me how you fit the requirements in the requirements section of the ad? 2. How many hours per week you are able to do? (Please make this relative to what the job says for hours per week if it comments on that.) 3. What days and times could you do a phone interview in case the manager decides to start with that? 4. What times and days could you do an in-person interview? ***We will be emailing all Physical Therapist candidates follow-up questions so please be watching your email that you used to apply to this position. Other Keywords: Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy, PT, RPT, DPT, Visiting Nurse Association, Visiting Nurse Services, VNS, VNA, Home Health, Homecare, Home Care, Home Healthcare, Home Therapist, Home Visits, skilled nursing facility, SNF, rehab center, healthcare center, rehabilitation center, out patient / outpatient, inpatient, assisted living facility, ALF, adult daycare center, hospital, medical center, Full-time, Full time, part-time part time.