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Job Title: Physiotherapist
Job Category: PT
Job Location: Fraser Valley
Wage Range:
Job Type: Part-Time Permanent
Contact: Laurie Tattersalll - humanresources@fvcdc.org
Experience Required?: New grads welcome to apply
Annual Equipment Budget: $
Annual Continuing Education Budget: $
Other Incentives: Why Fraser Valley Child Development Centre? • We are a dynamic team of highly skilled, dedicated professionals. • We offer opportunities to work with children from birth to adulthood in a variety of programs and settings, including homes, child care facilities, schools and clinic • We believe in the importance of balance in career, wellness, and home life. • We offer a variety of professional development opportunities “in-house” and attendance at conferences, workshops and seminars is encouraged and supported. • We are located in the spectacular Fraser Valley, with a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities locally, affordable communities, and accessibility to the city of Vancouver. • We offer flexible work schedules • We provide mentorship and support to new staff as well as a comprehensive orientation to the organization. • We provide an innovative, family-centered, asset-based model of service delivery that focuses on the strengths of children and their families.
Job Description:
Pediatric Physiotherapist Permanent, Part-time (0.6 FTE) The Fraser Valley Child Development Centre is a progressive non-profit organization with a mission to enhance the lives of children with developmental needs. We provide early intervention, school-age and specialized services that are community-based, accessible, inclusive and responsive to the needs of children at all stages of their development. Services are delivered in a culture of excellence, diversity, and respect, with a focus on innovation, quality, stability, and positive outcomes for each child, their families, our staff and our community. We are currently seeking a full time PT to join our staff to work as part of a dynamic early intervention and school aged team with other highly skilled and dedicated professionals. Services are provided in a variety of settings, including homes, community or child care settings, schools and at the centre, depending on the needs of the child and family. The PT reports to the Chief Physiotherapist and is responsible for all aspects of caseload management, providing a continuum of services including assessment, consultation, group programs, parent education, and individual intervention. Potential new graduates are welcome to apply. Current license with CPTBC is required. This position will remain open until filled.
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