Sponsorship: H1B Transfers highly preferred
Sign on bonus: up to $15,000
Student Loan Repayment: up to $20,000
CON-ED: Available Annually
Annual bonus: 8%
Relocation Assistance: Available
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Additional Locations available: San Leandro, Oakland, Concord, Pinole, Castro Valley, and Hayward
Job Type: Full-time
Part-Time and Per Diem available $50 - 55 per hour
At VibrantCare Rehab we deliver quality in all that we do. We treat each other with respect and promote a positive environment where people feel valued. We are honest and open in our relationships and straightforward in our communications. At VibrantCare we work together to achieve our company objectives.
Implements, with minimal supervision, high-quality physical therapy services for patients, caregivers, and facilities in accordance with the principles and practices of physical therapy and with VibrantCare policies and procedures. Develops treatment plans, supervises assistants and aides, contributes to case management, and provides quality patient care. Maintains a positive level of interaction with facilities and clients. Enhances and expands client relations with facilities and their staff.
Understand appropriate state Practice Act and adhere to the laws which govern how Physical Therapists may practice and whom Physical Therapists may supervise.
Review the VibrantCare Clinical Operations Policies & Procedures Manual on a yearly basis and adhere to the policies and procedures set forth.
Complete all Medicare compliance training as required by regulations and/or VibrantCare policies.
Complete Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training on a yearly basis and adhere to standards set forth in OSHA standards and other governmental regulations.
Evaluate, treat, and direct skilled treatment for patients for whom physical therapy is medically necessary. Document this need clearly.
Maintain ongoing documentation in which goals, progress toward functional goals, and medical necessity are clearly stated.
Complete all required documentation (pre-certifications, physicians reports, daily notes, charge tickets, etc.) legibly, appropriately, and in a timely fashion in order to meet facility, physician, and payor deadlines.
Maintain open and respectful communication with co-workers, physicians, patients, family members, and third-party payors at all times.
Attend and/or participate in facility meetings as directed by Center Manager (may include utilization review, infection control, disaster preparedness, etc.)
Completes sufficient ongoing continuing education coursework to meet state licensure requirements for the defined reporting period
Maintains a current CPR certification that meets state licensure requirements
Utilize time efficiently and effectively to meet the productivity requirements of the facility.
Participate in and present clinical in-services, as directed
Maintain current awareness of general changes in the health care field and specific issues impacting the practice of physical therapy.
Play a significant role in a specific areas of center operations as agreed upon between employee and Center Manager.
Performs other duties or special projects as assigned.
Required Skills & Abilities:
Ability to work effectively as a team member.
Leadership skills sufficient to effectively direct and supervise the activities of assistants and aides in delivering quality care to patients. Includes coaching and teaching skills.
Strong organizational, time management and planning skills.
Effective clinical problem-solving skills (ex. identify and prioritize issues in a responsive manner, develop and execute sound, innovative action plans, ensure appropriate results, etc.).
Strong communication skills for accurate, concise, and organized oral and written presentations of information to patients and staff.
Computer skills for effective clinical documentation and management reporting including billing, payroll, etc.
Ability to lift patients using appropriate biomechanical techniques frequently throughout the course of a workday/shift; must be capable of easily lifting fifty (50) pounds dead weight alone.
Ability to walk, bend, stand and reach constantly during a workday/shift.
Visual acuity (near and distant) is sufficient to evaluate, diagnose and monitor patient needs and to maintain accurate records, recognize people and provide directions.
Ability to speak and hear sufficiently to understand and give directions.
Ability to push wheeled equipment through the facility and in the community.
Possess fine motor skills for legible and accurate writing of reports, charting, scheduling, daily correspondence, and presentations, either manually, using keyboard entry, or through use of dictation equipment.
Possess fine motor skills for effective and efficient handling of diagnostic or therapeutic equipment.
Graduation from a physical therapist education program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) or, in the case of an internationally educated physical therapist, from a non-CAPTE accredited program seeking licensure as a physical therapist, a substantially equivalent education; State licensure/registration where applicable.