Job Opportunity For Experienced Physical Therapist - Part Time Position

  • O'fallon, MO
  • Schools - PT
  • 9 days ago

Blazer Jobs is actively interviewing experienced Physical Therapists for a full-time role with school districts in the O'Fallon, MO area.

Requirements:

  • Valid Physical Therapy license in the state of Missouri
  • Master s or Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited program
  • Completion of state and federal background checks
  • Knowledge of pediatric therapy and experience in a school setting preferred
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to develop individualized treatment plans and track progress

Responsibilities:

  • Conducting assessments to identify students' physical therapy needs
  • Developing and implementing individualized treatment plans
  • Collaborating with teachers, parents, and other school staff to support student progress
  • Providing direct therapy services to students
  • Monitoring and documenting student progress and adjusting treatment plans as necessary
  • Participating in IEP meetings and contributing to goal setting
  • Educating and training school staff on therapeutic strategies to support students in the classroom
  • Maintaining accurate and confidential records in compliance with state and federal regulations

Benefits:

  • Weekly direct deposit
  • Premium pay rates
  • Health care benefit options
  • 401(k) eligibility
  • Professional development opportunities
  • And more!

Application Process: To apply, please email your resume to [email protected].

For more information, including compensation and district specifics, please call or text Svitlana Diak directly at 813-773-1928.

Note: Renewals for the next school year are based on performance.

Svitlana Diak
Recruiting Advisor
813-773-1928 - call or text
[email protected]

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