The physical therapist is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating physical therapy interventions while addressing the needs of children with developmental disabilities as outlined by the DES-DDD.
The physical therapist will complete evaluations by interviewing the family, perform standardized testing, perform direct observation, and determine what is required of the consumer within their environment. The physical therapist will maintain necessary parent contact with families to ensure appropriate delivery of physical therapy program.
The physical therapist must attend team meetings and be willing to collaborate with other members of the treatment team. Provides consultation when needed to the team regarding recommended practices and needs for physical therapy services. May plan and conduct in-service activities in the area of physical therapy.
The physical therapist must be timely with all billing and paperwork and assists in selection and of adaptive equipment.
Benefits and Intangibles
- Highly competitive salary
- Paid no shows and cancellations
- Paid time off
- Group health insurance
- 401K/Roth retirement plans
- Continuing education and license fee reimbursements
- One hour lunch
- Transition time between clients for notes and billing
- Spring, Fall, and Winter breaks
- Paid Holidays
In addition, we are offering a sign on bonus of $2,500 paid out at the following increments: 25% at the 3 month mark, 25% at the 6 month mark, 50% at the 12 month mark.
- Highly motivated and flexible personality
- Strong desire to teach and learn from peers
- Compassionate and passionate about working with children with special needs
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy
- Current Arizona license
- Clinical experience in Pediatrics (clinical internship experience counted)
- CPR/First Aid/Article 9/Fingerprint Clearance
Pay: $36 to $41/hour
Commensurate with Experience
Job Status: Full Time