R|O|C is looking for a Physical Therapist Assistant interested in Oncology and lymphedema treatment, for a very busy expanding outpatient orthopedic clinic. Willing to train until certification is available, and help with cost of certification.
Will have opportunity to work with both orthopedic and oncology/lymphedema patients. Opportunities for managerial advancement. CLT preferred, but not required. On the job mentoring and training available.
Full and Part-Time positions available.
R|O|C Physical Therapy is a family business owned and operated by physical therapists. We are a community-oriented physical therapy center and our Clinic in Downtown Gilbert is looking for a compassionate, caring and driven licensed physical therapist assistant to provide exceptional patient care to patients. Our highly trained and respected clinical team provides treatment services that maximize functionality and promote the best optimal outcomes for our patients. We utilize a variety of evidence-based treatments and manual therapy techniques to create individualized treatment plans focused on helping each patient achieve their specific goals and get back to the things that are important to them. Our work environment offers a great opportunity to provide skilled care to patients in an outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation.
R|O|C is a growing orthopedic practice looking to add a PTA who is motivated to grow.
New grads welcome.
We are a rapidly growing company and there will be future leadership/management positions available.
Industry-leading continuing education opportunities.
Diverse patient mix including sports medicine.
Mentorship and career development programs.
We offer excellent benefits including:
Health insurance and dental plans
Employer matched retirement
Company paid life insurance
Competitive salary with generous bonus
- Implement high quality physical therapy services for patients, in accordance with the principles and practices of physical therapy and with R|O|C Physical Therapy policies and procedures.
- Develop treatment plans, supervise assistants and aides, contribute to case management, and provide quality patient care.
- Able to maintain a positive level of interaction with facilities and clients. Enhances and expand client relations with facilities and their staff.
Must be a graduate from a Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) accredited school of physical therapy.
Valid State Physical Therapist Assistant License/ Registration REQUIRED to start