JOBS IN THERAPY

by admin on February 10, 2011

JOBS IN THERAPY:  Looking for a Physical Therapist for a state of the art, high quality Long Term Care facility to work and grow in.

Job Title: Physical Therapist – Long Term Care/Skilled Nursing Facility(SNF)- Hannibal
Category: Allied Health: Physical Therapist
Department: Long Term Care
Position Is For: Regular Full Time Employment
Position Posted By: A Facility, Registry, or Staffing Company
Job Code: PT-MO-1
Posting Expires: April 7, 2011
Facility Description: Excellent company with a very friendly staff which helps to create a positive working atmosphere.Company offers opportunity for growth, learning and the option to move up in the company.
Location: All Cities In, Florida Note: Click the location link above to see a map of this location. The best available map will be displayed depending on if a real City name and Zip Code are posted.
Position Description: Looking for a Physical Therapist for a state of the art, high quality Long Term Care facility to work and grow in.
Position Comments: Physical Therapist provides Physical Therapy and related services for patients, caregivers and facilities.Evaluation of patients, development of initial and ongoing treatment & discharge plan, supervision of assistants and aides & participates in case management.
Schedule: M-F: 8am – 5pm – No Nights or Weekends
Experience Required: Long Term Care experienced preferred but not required.New grads are encouraged to apply.Must have all applicable licenses to work as a PT in the State of Missouri.
Compensation: $35 per hour + Excellent Benefits
Benefits: * Continuing Education* Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance* Paid Time Off* Short Term and Long Term Disability Insurance

* Life Insurance

* 401(k) Plan

* Ongoing Clinical Support

* Career Advancement

Contact: Charlotte Rizzo(therapistrecruiter@gmail.com)Title: Executive RecruiterToll Free: 888-576-7249

FAX: 501-647-1533

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