Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Career Centre

pt Health - Brights Grove

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Reporting to the Program Manager, the Physiotherapist acts as part of a multi-disciplinary team, to provide a range of physiotherapy services to children and youth with physical disabilities and their families.

The physiotherapist will provide clinical services within their professional scope of practice, including assessment, intervention, and documentation. They will provide comprehensive clinical rehabilitative services within the Centre, as well as within homes and schools in the community. They will collaborate with clients/families and other team members in the planning and delivery of programs and services.

The candidate must have a degree in physiotherapy from a recognized university; they must be a licensed and registered member in good standing with the CPO, or their applicable provincial professional college/association, as per RHPA; and they must demonstrate professional competencies in accordance with college requirements. Previous experience in a paediatric setting is preferred. The candidate must be able to work successfully in a family-centred and team environment.

The qualified candidate must have strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; must be able to work independently, and as part of a multi-disciplinary team. The candidate must be available to work flexible hours, as required.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to:

John McGivney Children’s Centre
Human Resources Department

The JMCC is committed to a recruitment process and work environment that is inclusive and barrier free. Candidates that may require accommodations throughout the recruitment and assessment process must advise us of the nature of the accommodation(s) to ensure your equal participation.