To plan, organize, and implement specific treatment programs for individual patients in a variety of age groups according to the principles and practices of Physical Therapy. To collaborate with interdisciplinary treatment team. To supervise work of support staff. Hours vary between 7:30 am and 7:00 pm Monday through Friday. Availability needed for Saturday hours.
Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited School of Physical Therapy.
No previous experience required. A year or more of experience preferred.
Current and Valid New Jersey license as a Physical Therapist. Current BLS Certification. Standard Precautions. Keyboard Skills. Ability to perform work accurately and give attention to details. Ability to use effective critical thinking and analytical skills. Ability to use effective time management to set priorities and perform job-related responsibilities. Ability to communicate and interact with the health-system, patients, family members, and multidisciplinary team members. Ability to function competently in a changing work environment related to changing patient needs. Associated topics: inpatient, lactation consultant, mhlb physical, movement therapist, orthopedic, physical therapist, physical therapy, therapist, therapist assistant, therapist physical
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