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We are hiring a full time physical therapist.
Who Are We Looking For?
Mountain Valley Therapy is an Equal Opportunity Employer searching for a full-time Physical Therapist that shares our commitment to quality treatment. The ideal applicant will be experienced and bring an area of expertise to the team to further add to the services we provide to our community. Additionally, the ideal candidate will be passionate about helping people and able to work with a diverse team of clinicians and administrative staff to support a continuity of care. We are a fast-paced clinic and need someone who takes initiative, is positive and displays a high level of integrity in everything they do.
This job requires clinical staff to develop relationships with patients to ensure a quality plan of care is established and shared goals are set. Furthermore, this job requires clinical staff to successfully complete these treatment plans and document in a timely manner to ensure compliance. Physical Therapists are responsible for evaluations, treatments, discharging patients and completing all corresponding documentation.
We believe in working with just 1 patient per hour. That’s why our motto is 1 patient equals 1 hour. We don’t double book and we don’t have you hand off your patient or see multiple patients at a time. If you work an 8-hour day you won’t treat more than 8 patients.
Qualifications & Requirements
- Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctorate of Physical Therapy from an accredited program.
- Have or obtain Oregon Physical Therapy license.
- Have or obtain BLS card.
- Must have COVID-19 vaccination or a valid medical or religious exemption approved prior to starting work.
- Must be able to work in a team along with other PTs and PTAs.
- We are new grad friendly!
Wage Range & Part Time Employee Benefits
- Salary: $74,000 – $90,000 DOE
- Health Insurance including vision and dental with a generous company contribution based on dependents.
- 401K with 3% company contribution after 1-year and 1,000 hours employment
- 3 weeks front loaded Paid Time Off (PTO) to start and 4 weeks front loaded PTO after 3 years of employment
- 7 paid holidays per year, including:
- New Years,
- Memorial Day
- 4th of July
- Labor Day
- Day after Thanksgiving, and
- Christmas Day
Generous continuing education allowance of $2500 and up to 5 paid days off (separate from PTO) per year.
- Tuition Assistance Bonus of up to $10,000 over 4 years.
- Up to $2500 relocation expenses reimbursements
- 12 Free Treatment a year
- Free membership to our onsite fitness & health facility
Who Are We?
Mountain Valley Therapy is the premier provider for outpatient Physical and Occupational Therapy in the Grande Ronde Valley. Our story began in 1999 when two folks had a vision of providing meaningful, ethical and positive therapy services to the community. We love our community and owe a significant proportion of our success to everyone who has helped us become the premier outpatient clinic we are today.
Mountain Valley Therapy is nestled in the Grande Ronde Valley, in the heart of Eastern Oregon. Our surrounding landscape is full of all things outdoorsy dreams are made of. Eastern Oregonians love the abundance of hiking, biking, camping, fishing, hunting, bird watching, morrell picking, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and rafting that is readily available in our community. If you love the outdoors and the serenity of a rural community, the team at Mountain Valley Therapy would love to talk to you.
We are centered on healing. We understand that healing is a personal process and our dedicated therapy staff provide just that. We have 11 Physical Therapists, 5 Physical Therapist Aides and 2 Occupational Therapists who are devoted to supporting folks through their rehabilitation journey. We currently offer over 20 specializations including on-site Aquatic Therapy, Myofascial Release, Strain Counterstrain, Vestibular Rehabilitation, CranioSacral Therapy, Visceral Mobilization, and ASTYM.
We work to restore the joy of living through therapeutic, individualized care, and grow closer to our community with every visit. We also recognize the value in having fun in our professional day to day work. We have to take care of ourselves and our coworkers to be able to provide a high level of care to our patients. We foster a workplace with mini celebrations such as fantasy football, March madness brackets and holiday parties to ground ourselves and create opportunities for staff to connect.
If you are interested in employment please contact Amanda Rizza in Human Resources by phone at 541-962-0830 or by email email@example.com for information on potential opportunities.
Students & Volunteers
At Mountain Valley Therapy we value learning. That is why we are always excited to take on students and volunteers.
If you are a Physical Therapist (P.T.) Student or a Physical Therapist Assistant (P.T.A) Student looking for your outpatient clinic hours, please contact Royce Woosley by phone or email at 541-960-0830, firstname.lastname@example.org. We currently have both PT and PTA APTA certified Clinical Instructors (C.I.) on staff. James Gorham, PT, CEO and owner, is our Clinical instructor for PT students. With over 20 years of experience, James focuses on orthopedic treatments. Tracey Gorham, PTA is our Clinical Instructor for PTA students and also has over 20 years of experience. We enjoy helping student get their hours required for graduation and have even hired some of those students after they complete their degrees and licensing.
If you are not sure if you want to be a Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant, you are welcome to volunteer at our clinic to see if this profession is right for you. As a volunteer you can observe both Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Athletic Trainers, and Gym Aides to get a full, well rounded view of what life is like in an Outpatient Clinic setting. If you are interested in volunteering or observing please contact Brook Jorgensen by phone or email at 541-962-0830, email@example.com.
All Students, Volunteers, or Observers must go through a small orientation process which involves signing a confidentiality agreement as well as agreeing to our clinic’s policies and procedures.
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