Job Posting: Physical Therapist (PT) - Pelvic Specialist
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Full Job Description
Provides therapeutic care and services to patients, including assessments, treatment program planning and implementation, related documentation, and communication of Physical Therapy, who have been referred by a physician for rehabilitative care. Conducts therapeutic activities and practices values and attitudes congruent with the profession's standards and ethics. Serves a patient population ranging in age from school aged youth through geriatric.
Education & Training: Graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy program and/or certificate from an accredited Physical Therapy program. Holds a current license to practice physical therapy in the State of Maryland. Current BLS certification required. Pelvic Floor experience required.
Essential Job Duties:
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
- Demonstrates a professional image/attitude towards patients, coworkers, and others. (dress code, HIPAA, schedule flexibility).
- Performs physical therapy evaluations and develops an effective treatment plan appropriate to a patient's rehabilitation needs within the care continuum and according to departmental policies and procedures. Selects and competently uses a variety of appropriate treatment techniques. Consistently documents a patients vital signs and patient/family education according to departmental standards. Documents functional and measurable goals in the physical therapy plan of care and updates them according to departmental standards.
- Provides technical supervision, direction, and support to Physical Therapist Assistants, Rehab Aides, students, and volunteers.
- Meets departmental productivity standards.
- Actively participates in departmental in-service activities and attends continuing education seminars
- Routinely consults with physicians, and other clinicians to increase knowledge of physical therapy and to identify the need for physical therapy services.
- Participates in interdisciplinary/team meetings, MD/student in-services, and monthly departmental meetings when indicated.
- Participates in and completes materials related to departmental process improvement, departmental yearly competencies, productivity logs/patient statistics, and HealthStream in a timely manner.
- Maintains physical therapy license and CPR certification, according to departmental policies.
- Complies with flu and TB testing according to AAHS policies. Complies with departmental procedures for time off requests and schedule changes. Participates in other designated projects or roles under the direction of Outpatient Rehabilitation leadership.
- Higher Education Level required for PT Licensure
- Outpatient rehabilitation or related experience.
- Physical Therapist
- American Heart Association Health Care Provider BLS
Working Conditions, Equipment, Physical Demands:
There is a reasonable expectation that employees in this position will be exposed to blood-borne pathogens.
Physical Demands – Heavy
Heavy work. Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
The physical demands and work environment that have been described are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The above job description is an overview of the functions and requirements for this position. This document is not intended to be an exhaustive list encompassing every duty and requirement of this position; your supervisor may assign other duties as deemed necessary.
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
- 8 hour shift
- Monday to Friday
- Weekend availability
For more information send us a message or you may also call us at 443.979.7171
Job Posting: Physical Therapist (PT) - Ortho./Sports (PT) - Outpatient (PT)
We are looking for a Physical Therapist (PT) - Ortho./Sports (PT) - Outpatient (PT)
General Summary of Position
The Physical Therapist provides physical therapy services to outpatients/clients, to include but not limited to screening and evaluation, treatment planning, treatment implementation, treatment re-assessment and revision, patient/client re-evaluation, discharge planning, and documentation in a variety of outpatient settings.
The Physical Therapist participates as requested in program planning and protocol development and assists the team in meeting established goals.
For more information send us a message or you may also call us at 443.979.7171
Job Posting: Client Experience Specialist/PT Technician
We are looking for someone who is not looking for a job, but is looking for an opportunity to be a part of something exciting and willing to work hard to make it happen.
We are excited to be growing our team at AAA Physical Therapy and looking to add an administrative position focused on building client relationships. We don't just want anyone...we want someone that wants to work in a small team environment, someone that has a passion for helping others, has a positive outlook on life, and excited about working for a young, new company and will take pride in helping us grow to new heights.
AAA Physical Therapy is a clinic that is focused equally on BOTH world-class healthcare AND amazing customer service. All staff at AAA PT work within a team concept in order to provide valuable outcomes as defined by the needs of our customers. The entire team at AAA PT assist customers in meeting their healthcare needs that minimize the use of medications, injections, and surgical procedures. You can grow and will be coached with training that allows you to become a world class service representative while helping customers achieve health transformations.
AAA Physical Therapy’s mission is to provide the best personalized physical therapy possible across all ages. To do this, we strive to educate more people on why and how physical therapy helps in their path to wellness.
Our Core Values:
You are the center of all that we do
Person first, patient second
Serve with dignity and respect
Anticipate unstated needs
Create WOW experiences
Discover Creative solutions
Welcome and embrace change
Fun, positive team spirit
Commitment to lifelong learning and growth
Compassion, Dedication, Excellence
The Position: Client Experience Specialist/PT Technician
Energetic, fun and family-like atmosphere featuring quarterly staff outings and weekly continuing staff development meetings.
Productivity bonuses for both individual and clinic goals.
Very competitive pay
Support and training that will equip you with business, clinical and administrative skills far beyond the typical front desk type job.
You Should Apply If – ( How To Apply Listed Below )
If you are a friendly person who can connect quickly with strangers over the phone and/ or in person
You want to learn and gain skills for helping to grow a small business
You like the thrill of a challenge and the satisfaction of seeing your hard work make a difference
You like helping people and like the idea of providing the best information- so our potential clients can make the best decision for their health
The clinic is open from 8am to 8 pm M –F and 8-12 Saturday, the successful candidate may be assigned a range of hours between 2:00 pm to 8 pm on several days of the week. Occasionally, there will be additional hours of coverage for promotional events in order to advance the mission of the clinic.
Pay for this position is $13+ per hour depending on experience.
A Few Of Our Team Expectations
What we expect of you:
- If you are not sure if something would fall into your area of responsibility that you assume that it does until you present it and we can review it and make a decision.
- That when your performance is going off course, We want to hear about it from you ASAP, preferably accompanied by the action steps you plan to take to get it on course.
- That you will ask for help where you think you might need it. We’d rather have you err on the side of asking for too much help than not enough.
- That you actively embrace, support and teach the AAA PT Mission, Vision and Core Values
What you can expect from us:
Most importantly to provide:
- A clear vision of the future of AAA PT and participation in developing your area, including providing you with the tools and resources you need.
- Clear performance expectations.
- Recognition for work well done.
- Rewards for results, as agreed upon thru base pay, bonuses, etc.
- A willingness to share insights, experiences, sources of information, etc. I will often do so without being asked. This may cause some concern or irritation on your part, let me know if it gets to be too much, but also don’t hesitate to ask for more.
- Lots of ideas, information, opinions, etc. They are not directives-push me to clarify expectations if I start mixing up ideas and opinions with specific requests for action.
- There will occasionally, what may seem like long periods of silence, times where we won’t be able to sit down and review things as often as we might like. Do not mistake this silence for apathy or misinterpret it as me not caring about you or being angry with you. I am just busy and slightly distracted, but I still care about you and your area.
Email your resume and cover letter – or better yet a video - with answers to the questions below to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions to Answer :
- How did you learn about this role at AAA PT?
- Why are you interested in this role?
- What is your primary motivation ? Why are you looking for work?
a. Money b. Perks c. Recognition
4. Did you play any Sports growing up? Or do you now?
5. If you could travel anywhere in the world for a month and money
was not an issue, where would you go and why?
6. Which of our Core Values resonates with you the most?
7. Which do you find the most challenging?
What else would you like us to know about you?
The AAA PT Application Process
At AAA Physical Therapy, we know applying for a new a job can be intimidating and even a little confusing. We want you to feel comfortable and excited to apply at AAA PT. Applying for a new role takes courage, and it's hard to muster that courage when—more often than not—your only reward is silence.
Our hiring process is different than most, we want you to know that when you apply for a role, you are going to hear back from us, even if we don't seem like a good fit. In fact, throughout the process we strive to make sure you never go more than seven days without hearing from us.
Here's what happens when you apply for a position:
We are a small , but growing business. So when you apply we don’t have a full time HR Department combing through the applications. We are usually treating clients and get to the applications at the end of, usually, a long day. We will strive to get back to you within a few days to let you know if we think it is in both of our best interests to move on to the next step, regardless, we want you to know that we really appreciate you applying and considering us as a potential employer!
Your resume is, honestly, the least important part of the evaluation process. We trust that you are not applying for a job that you are not qualified for and that the information you provide is current and accurate. We are less interested in your history and more interested in learning about who you are, not where you have been. We do this in several ways, based on evidence that demonstrates you have the relevant skills for the job, then we evaluate your writing and communication skills, along with your knowledge of AAA PT.
3. The Phone Call
Once we have reviewed your initial application, if we have determined that you seem like a potentially good fit you will receive a phone call from us thanking you for applying and looking to set up a time for a more formal video interview on Zoom within the next few days. If we have determined that at this point we don’t seem like a good match then you'll hear back from us, via e-mail, letting you know we're passing over your application for this role.
4. First Video Interview
The first interview is really an opportunity for us to get to know each other - it usually lasts 30 - 45 minutes. Here you'll be asked questions that dig into your relevant experience for this role, and you'll have a chance to evaluate whether or not AAA PT matches up with the values you want to have in an employer. So it is essential to come to this interview prepared with lots of questions. This is as much for you to interview us as it is for us to interview you.
5. Second Video Interview
The second interview is with a few of the people who you will be working with on a daily basis, your team-mates. Our culture is very important to us and we want to give our team an opportunity to learn more about their potential teammate as well as for you to learn more about them.
6. Skills Assessment:
This is a practical evaluation to see if you have the relevant skills to succeed in the role. You won't be evaluated on skills that don't matter. For example, we won't give whiteboard algorithm quizzes, or ask you how many golf balls could fit inside a school bus. If you are applying for a position as a Physical Therapist you won’t be evaluated on your mastery of Excel or PowerPoint.
If you don't make it to this step, you'll hear back from us letting you know.
We also evaluate relevant skills by administering short exercises done outside of the interviews: math, communication, critical thinking skills, etc.
7. Final Interview:
The final interview also known as a working interview is an actual shift in our clinic where we all get a chance to evaluate each other in real working conditions to get a clear picture of what it would really be like to work together. We normally go out for lunch together as well to get to know each other better outside of work. You will be paid in cash at the end of the day for this work.
8. Reference, Background and Credit Checks:
We will ask you for professional references for people that have worked with you in the past, we are primarily interested in learning from people you reported to not your BFF at work. We want to get a better idea of what it's like to work with you. We promise that we will never reach out to your existing employer without your permission.
We also perform background and credit checks so that we have a clear picture of any red flags that might be of concern in the future.
Once the references, background and credit checks are complete, and everything still seems like a great fit then we'll call you with a verbal offer with the highlights of the offer including details about salary, benefits and other relevant compensation details. We will follow up with a formal written offer within 24 hours at which point you will have 48 hours to return the offer with your signature.
Hopefully, you'll accept the offer! and we can start working out a start date and training details to welcome you to AAA PT.
At each point in this process, we promise not to go silent on you. We strive to never go more than seven days without letting you know the status of your application.
Thank you for considering a career at AAA PT!