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Physical Therapist Tech

Company: U.S. Physical Therapy
Location: Mesa
Posted on: June 13, 2021

Job Description:

Overview

Position: Physical Therapist Tech

Location: Mesa, AZ

Employment Type: Part Time with benefits

Hours per week: 30 - 39 hours per week

Benefits: 401K

Desert Hand and PT has 12 satellite locations throughout the Valley of the Sun. Phoenix is the 5th largest city in the US and a great place for those who love spending time in the great outdoors. We have immediate positions available in our Phoenix and Chandler Clinics. Desert Hand and PT is celebrating its 24 years of growth and has an impeccable reputation among patients, doctors and insurance carriers alike with incredible core values! We encourage you to check them out on our website: www.deserthandandpt.com.

The staff is dedicated to helping patients reach their full performance. The integration of our talented employees, cutting edge techniques, and outstanding medical equipment that gives us the opportunity to develop a program tailored to each individual.

We offer a competitive hourly rate and a professional, friendly working environment.

Core Job duties:

  • Assist PT's with patient care
  • Administer heat/cold packs
  • Maintain therapy equipment
  • Ensure clean, neat clinic environment

Qualifications:

  • College degree
  • Team player attitude, energetic, with a focus on excellent customer service are key
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Caring nature, with a genuine interest in helping people
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills

Preferred Experience:

  • 1+ years' experience in a medical environment, ideally in a PT/OT therapy department

Keywords: U.S. Physical Therapy, Mesa , Physical Therapist Tech, Other , Mesa, Arizona

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