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Location: Toronto
Job Code: 8889
Status: PARTTIME

Date Posted: October 12, 2018

About SE Health
SE Health (Saint Elizabeth Health Care) is a social enterprise applying our knowledge, vision and drive to forever impact how people live and age at home, today and into the future. As a not-for-profit organization with Canadian roots and 110 years of expertise, we bring quality excellence and innovation to home care, seniors lifestyle and family caregiving. Through our team of 9,000 Leaders of Impact, we deliver 20,000 care exchanges daily, totaling 50 million in the last decade alone..

PHYSIOTHERAPIST (ADP CERTIFIED) - Transitional Care Hillcrest Reactivation Centre

POSITION SUMMARY:

We are currently seeking a Part Time Physiotherapist to provide client management care at Hillcrest Reactivation Centre( 47 Austin Terrace, Toronto, Ontario), through all stages of assessment, treatment, consultation and follow-up services to clients.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Conducting assessments
  • Formulating goals and recommendations
  • Planning and implementing client centered, goal-directed treatment programs

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Registration with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario
  • Experience in working with adults
  • Ability to take initiative and adaptable to rapidly changing demands
  • Previous work-related experience in the rehabilitation services sector and/or training in providing PT services with adults and seniors.
  • Availability to work flexible hour
  • Excellent communication (written and oral)
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills
  • Community experience is an asset
  • Vulnerable sector check (current)
  • ADP authorization

SE Health is committed to the success of all its employees. If you feel you need accommodations because of illness or disability, please do not hesitate to contact Human Resources at hresources@saintelizabeth.com at your earliest convenience. You will also be briefed on the Company’s policies, including its policies regarding human rights, accommodation and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”) during your orientation process.

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