Physiotherapist – Seniors Wellness

Full-Time

Website Lifemark Health Group

Lifemark Seniors Wellness has an exciting opportunity for a Permanent Pat-Time Physiotherapist to join our growing team!Location: Huntsville, ONStart date: ASAPHours : 12.50 hrs/weekStatus: Permanent Part-TimeIn this role you will:Perform clinical assessments and implement treatment plans for clientsProvide ongoing evaluation of client progressAdminister and collect outcome measurement informationParticipate in quality improvement initiativesCommunicate to appropriate referral sources and stakeholdersEngage in continuous learning and skills developmentHave fun, and contribute to a positive patient experienceQualifications:Registered with the Provincial College of PhysiotherapistsA graduate of a recognized university Physiotherapy degree programADP authorization is requiredA valid Vulnerable Sector screening check (within 6 months)Proof of Tuberculin (2-Step Mantoux Test) clearanceCO-ON-VSLifemark Seniors Wellness is one of the largest rehabilitation focused companies dedicated to providing therapy solutions for seniors. With over 30 years of experience, we are a preferred partner of more than 185 LTC homes, 55 retirement communities and provide over 180 senior dwellings with physiotherapy, occupational therapy and therapeutic group exercise programming. As Canada’s largest physiotherapy company, our purpose is: Movement to a better life. For our staff, the Lifemark difference is based on 4 pillars: We foster innovative thinking; assist with career development; we support personal health and wellness; and devoted to making a real impact in the communities that we live and work in.Apply today!.

Visit www.lifemark.ca for more information.Lifemark welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Lifemark promotes equal employment opportunities for all job applicants, including those self-identifying as a member of the following groups: Indigenous peoples, Newcomers to Canada, and Visible minorities.

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