Physical Therapist - Canandaigua, New York United States - 19777

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Job #: 19777
Title: Physical Therapist
Job Location: Canandaigua, New York - United States
Employment Type:
Salary: $65,000.00 - $70,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
any
Relocation Paid?: Negotiable

WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?


DIRECT HIRE POSITION

Physical Therapist - Adults - 

Population: Developmental Disabilities 

 

Monday through Friday; Hours: 8am to 4PM , NO weekends, NO holidays, NO evenings.  35 to 40 hours per week

It is a hands on position and would be working with another Physical Therapist between Seneca County and Ontario County.

Clients are there from about 9:00 am to 2:15pm

The individuals don't live there, they come into the site on a daily basis for services.  

Additionally, there is an Outpatient Clinic site in Waterloo. 

There are currently 50 appointments per week between the 2 sites. All treatment plans are current.

 

Duties:

Provides physical therapeutic services for the purpose of enhancing quality of life and integration into the community for people with disabilities.    
Providing individuals physical therapy sessions including gross motor exercise programs, training, and monitoring use of ambulation aids, braces, prosthetics, wheelchairs, etc.


Provides full range evaluations including range of motion, gross motor, ambulation, braces, shoes, accessibility, post-trauma, post-surgery and post amputation.   

 
Interacts with treatment team to provide necessary information to primary physician, other medical or mental health providers, parents/guardians or residential staff. 

   
Will provide ambulation transfer guidelines as needed for the day program and occasionally the individuals' residence.


Keeps accurate documentation in personal records, diagnostic assessment reports, individual plans of treatment and ongoing treatment notes regarding recommended service. 


Provide training to staff as requested.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

DIRECT HIRE POSITION

Physical Therapist - Adults - 

Population: Developmental Disabilities 

Monday through Friday; Hours: 8am to 4PM , NO weekends, NO holidays, NO evenings.  35 to 40 hours per week

It is a hands on position and would be working with another Physical Therapist between Seneca County and Ontario County.

Clients are there from about 9:00 am to 2:15pm

The individuals don't live there, they come into the site on a daily basis for services.  

Additionally, there is an Outpatient Clinic site in Waterloo. 

There are currently 50 appointments per week between the 2 sites. All treatment plans are current.

 

 Duties:

Provides physical therapeutic services for the purpose of enhancing quality of life and integration into the community for people with disabilities.    


Providing individuals physical therapy sessions including gross motor exercise programs, training, and monitoring use of ambulation aids, braces, prosthetics, wheelchairs, etc.


Provides full range evaluations including range of motion, gross motor, ambulation, braces, shoes, accessibility, post-trauma, post-surgery and post amputation.   

 
Interacts with treatment team to provide necessary information to primary physician, other medical or mental health providers, parents/guardians or residential staff. 

   
Will provide ambulation transfer guidelines as needed for the day program and occasionally the individuals' residence.


Keeps accurate documentation in personal records, diagnostic assessment reports, individual plans of treatment and ongoing treatment notes regarding recommended service. 


Provide training to staff as requested.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Licensed and registration by the NYS Department of Education with specialized knowledge in the field of developmental disabilities.   
  • Excellent communications skills.     
  • Demonstrated analysis skills  
  • Must have valid drivers license and reliable transportation    
  • Strong computer and writing skills.  
  • Ability to provide quality customer service in a confidential manner.
  • Knowledge of community resources for the advocacy of individuals

Education:
University - Bachelor's Degree/3-4 Year Degree