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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
2/20/2019
Job Category:
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapist (720)
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Therapeutic Associates | Burbank, CA
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Job Description

Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy @ Providence St. Joseph Medical Center In-Patient/Acute Rehab is seeking a full-time In-patient, Acute Rehabilitation Physical Therapist to join our team! This position is eligible for a competitive compensation package including salary, medical/dental/vision, generous continuing education, PTO, and 401(k)/profit sharing program. Relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement and other bonuses are negotiable. TAI offers leadership training, the opportunity to become a company owner, and unprecedented one-on-one clinical mentorship. At this clinic, we specialize in orthopedics and manual therapy and pride ourselves on our one-on-one patient care and strong relationships with referral sources. Ideal candidates will be motivated to grow their acute rehabilitation skills and help to build the practice. New grads welcome to apply.

Duties/Responsibilities:

Physical Therapist is expected to conduct initial evaluations and accurately assess patient condition(s) to develop appropriate goals and treatment plans. Must be able to work an established schedule with flexibility according to daily clinic needs and complete accurate (electronic) documentation . Therapist will be expected to meet the demands of the clinic's schedule, work effectively with support staff as appropriate, and perform other duties as required. Ideal candidates will embrace their role as mentor and teammate, supporting other staff as needed and fostering the advancement of TAI as a learning organization . Must demonstrate eagerness to advance clinical skills and develop personal leadership excellence.

Minimum Qualifications:

* Degree in Physical Therapy from an institution accredited by Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education
* Current State Physical Therapist License (or license applicant status)
* Current CPR certification
* Experience working in an In-patient, Acute Rehabilitation setting

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About Therapeutic Associates

Company Description

We are Therapeutic Associates Inc. (TAI); a physical therapist-owned and operated partnership of clinics. Our structure is unique and has contributed to our significant history and success. Each clinic director is a practicing PT and owner in their facility and is committed to providing you with the highest quality care and customer service available. All clinics share administrative services and many other resources that allow us to learn from each other and grow together. But, each clinic operates autonomously to best serve its staff, its neighborhood, and you.

Company History

TAI was started in the early 1950s by Jim McKillip, PT and Robert Dicus, PT, two of the founders of private practice PT in the country and founding members of the APTA section on Private Practice. Their vision was to help people in safe, caring, and healing environments. Their standards for excellence drive our company to this day.

Our company history dates back more than 50 years, but our mindset is always now and in the future. The goals of our care plans and the objectives of our patient education and therapy interventions are constantly evolving. Every therapist in our organization is subject to a process designed to ensure that not only their healthcare credentials satisfy industry standards, but that they meet our standards of professionalism. We feature an in-house curriculum of continuing education, but we also invest in each therapist’s career development through financial subsidies they can apply to their chosen specialty of care. 

We invest in every city and town we serve with unparalleled patient care and so much more. This includes traditionally working with physicians, nurses, case managers, and others involved with our patients. It also means engaging with employers to prevent employee injuries, sharing education through healthcare forums with concerned and inquiring citizens, and participating in community events to assist in the well being of our regions’ workers and our neighbors.

Mission & Values

Being an integral part of your journey toward positive health and wellness is not just a message, it’s our company mission. Guided by our core values of Excellence, Integrity, Stewardship, and Community, TAI employees focus on each patient’s unique needs. We apply sound experience; contemporary science; dedicated, one-on-one time; and a commitment to excellent customer service to our work. We do this in environments that take you and your concerns seriously, but are also infused with friendliness and fun!

Working Here

Opportunity. Independence. Tradition. Excellence.

These are the qualities that shape our culture and reputation. They set us apart in our field and have attracted many incredible therapists to our team over the past 50+ years. Our company founders were pioneers in private practice physical therapy who wanted to elevate the profession while seeking the best for their patients and themselves. This is a legacy we embrace and a vision that we promote in all of our clinics and for each of our therapists. Join us as we journey into the next 50 years, supported by advances in research, company expansion, increased resources, new endeavors, and most importantly…each other.
What Makes us a Unique Physical Therapy Employer?

 Privately and physical therapist owned and directed since 1952
 A unique Key Person Career Track, by which a staff therapist can progress to become a Clinic Director and eventual shareholder of the company
 Individually owned and operated outpatient, ortho clinics, with a PT Director leading each practice. All of our Directors treat full caseloads and make patient care their top priority.
 An unprecedented Leadership Development Training Program to provide mentorship, education, peer support, and vision to the future leaders of our company and our profession
 One-On-One Manual Therapy Mentorship Program, Orthopaedic Residency Training Program, and many other continuing education opportunities for all therapists
 Significant membership in state and national PT Associations and other advocacy groups, and a strong presence in all of the communities in which we serve
Our fantastic employees!

Hiring Information

Our tradition of excellence is achieved by our motivated, competent, ethical, and fun team members. Please see below for more information on our current openings. All facilities treat diverse patient demographics and diagnoses, and our employees demonstrate superior customer service to meet patient needs. We acknowledge that being our best means approaching each other with respect, trust, a sense of value, and an open mind. We offer our employees competitive compensation packages and positive, productive work environments. Therapeutic Associates, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Benefits

The core compensation package for all benefits-eligible employees includes:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision coverage
  • LTD, Life, AD&D, and Liability Insurance
  • Vacation, Paid Holidays, Personal Days, Sick Days
  • Generous Continuing Ed Stipend
  • 401(k) and Profit Sharing Program
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Benefits Plan
  • Free PT services for employees and their immediate families

Additional, negotiable benefits may include:

  • Performance-Based Bonuses
  • Sign On Bonus (including relocation assistance)
  • Student Loan Reimbursement
  • State/National Association Dues