Cedars-Sinai Physical Therapy Assistant I-Acute Therapy in United States

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Those who work in Rehabilitation help patients get back on their feet and restore their quality of life—and they take great joy in doing it. They give their support, their expertise, and everything they have to provide patients with the exceptional care for which we are known and trusted. This culture of passion and dedication pulses through Cedars-Sinai, and it’s one of the many reasons we’ve been named one of America’s Best Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. Now we invite you to join us. From our 852-bed Level I Trauma Center to our 28-bed CARF-accredited inpatient rehabilitation unit, we provide a full range of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech-Language Therapy services. With Cedars-Sinai, there’s no limit to your growth.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Acute Therapy has an opening for a Physical Therapist Assistant

  1. Summary of Essential Job Duties:

Possesses physical therapist assistant license per California State requirements.

Good basic knowledge of assessment and intervention techniques in a medical and physical disabilities setting.

Must be competent by virtue of training and/or experience, implement treatment plans and provide education in a manner appropriate to the age of the patient.

Must possess a minimum computer competency comprised of a working knowledge of Windows or comparable system (specifically including keyboarding and mouse skills). As applicable to individual job duties and expectations, employee must additionally possess a working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation development, e-mail, browser and online reporting.

Able to read, write, speak and understand English.

Educational Requirements:

Graduate of a CAPTE accredited physical therapist assistant program

License/Certification/Registration Requirements:

Valid and current license as a physical therapist assistant in the state of California

Valid and current CPR certification: American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS)

Experience

 Prefer clinical experience in acute care.

Physical Demands: (e.g., lifting, standing, walking)

Able to push, pull, lift up to 100 lbs on an intermittent basis; able to bend, stoop, sit, stand and walk without restrictions.