Physiotherapist - Rehabilitation
Full-Time • Timmins Region
Position Summary:To work within the Ontario College of Physiotherapists scope of practice guidelines delivering safe and effective programs for all clients assigned to their care.
- Must be currently registered with the College of Physiotherapy.
- Must possess effective communication skills to instruct, counsel clients and client's families, department staff and other hospital staff, medical staff and outside agencies.
- Must be physically capable of performing the job i.e. be able to lift clients when applying rehabilitation techniques, possess the manual dexterity to perform manual therapy etc.
- Must be able to prioritize caseloads.
- Must demonstrate a willingness to engage in continuous learning and be open to new concepts and trends in the academic and clinical field of physiotherapy.
- Must possess the ability to work independently in various hospital areas where Physiotherapy services are required.
- Conducts themselves in a manner that promotes respect for the profession.
- Employment history which demonstrates regular attendance at work.
- Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Bilingualism in both official languages would be an asset.
Interested applicants must submit their résumé by Department of Human Resources, Timmins and District Hospital, 700 Ross Avenue East, Timmins, Ontario, P4N 8P2. Telephone (705) 267-6371; Fax (705) 360-6008; Attention: Kayla Kampman, email [email protected] .
Timmins and District Hospital will provide accommodations for applicants with disabilities during the recruitment process.
We thank all applicants for their response; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
We are committed to fostering an inclusive, equitable, and accessible environment supporting diversity in our workenvironment to provide quality care where all feel valued, respected, and supported. We are dedicated to building aworkforce reflective of the communities in which we live and serve and encourage Indigenous people, visibleminorities, and persons with disabilities to apply and self‑identify.
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