Staff Physiotherapist Position (Permanent, Part Time) An exciting opportunity exists for a part time physiotherapy position with the Child Development Centre of Prince George and District. This is a permanent position with a proposed start date of June 1, 2018; the hours are subject to funding (between .5FTE and .75FTE). You will have the opportunity to work with a highly skilled, knowledgeable and experienced team of professionals. Reporting to the Chief Physiotherapist, the staff physiotherapist will provide services to infants and children (birth to high school graduation) as part of a multidisciplinary team. The physiotherapist will provide services primarily in Prince George, with a possibility of overnight visits to surrounding communities. We follow a family-centred philosophy and practice from a community-based perspective. The successful candidate will be registered with the College of Physiotherapist of British Columbia, will be eligible for membership with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and will have graduated from a Physiotherapy Program from a recognized post-secondary institution. You must have an acceptable criminal records check and hold a valid British Columbia driver's license. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits as per the Health Science Professionals Collective Agreement. Prince George is a vibrant, four-season city of approximately 80,000 people. It features spectacular lifestyle options, including a wide variety of ethnic dining options, live theatre, live music, all major department stores and outdoor recreation opportunities to name a few. Forget about traffic jams - we don't have them. Are you looking for a short commute and to bike to work? It is both possible and relatively affordable here. Prince George is home to the University of Northern BC, one of the highest rated universities, primarily undergraduate, in Canada (Maclean's 2017). Prince George offers some amazing outdoor opportunities. Kayak on lakes and scenic northern rivers. Jump on your mountain bike and explore the back country. Enjoy winter fun: downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, ice skating, and snowshoeing. The city is also a short, four hour drive from Jasper National Park. For more information, please see the following websites: The City of Prince George, Hello BC, and Tourism BC. Interested applicants should apply to: The Child Development Centre of Prince George and District Association, 1687 Strathcona Avenue, Prince George, BC V2L 4E7, Attention: Fabiola Toyata, Chief Physiotherapist, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.