School based Pediatric Physical Therapist – PT – Phoenix, AZ

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Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply

Are you a Pediatric Physical Therapist looking for a short-term contract?  We are needing a PT to work in an elementary school district in Phoenix, AZ., starting ASAP going through October 26, 2018. The position is full-time 40 hours, 5 days per week and the caseload is approximately 41 students across 12 schools.

*  there is another full-time Physical Therapist in the district and a full-time PTA whose time is split between the two PTs based on need
*  the Physical Therapist will work with a collaborative team that works together to meet the needs of the students
*  we take into consideration caseload as well as workload and work to keep therapists under the recommended 23 hours of direct mandated services per week to allow for workload considerations
*  the district completes all student-related meetings during the academic day (no before or after school meetings)
*  IEP-Pro is the documentation system used for IEPs and progress reports

Qualifications: You will need to hold a Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Physical Therapy, and a current state license (or be eligible for same), Current AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card and current CPR/First Aid Certification
*  previous school-based experience preferred
*  IEP-Pro experience preferred

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Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply

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