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Job: Staff Physical Therapist – Pedal PT


Job Title *
Staff Physical Therapist

Company/Organization *
Pedal PT

Job Description *
Great opportunity for a Physical Therapist to join our small, hard working, coffee + bike-loving Pedal PT team!
Our office is a full-service manual therapy-focused outpatient PT/injury care clinic, with a specialty in cycling injury + bike fitting. This position is part time (20hr/week) initially, working towards full-time as caseload and clinic volume accommodates.

Candidates should have strong interest in helping bicyclists (as well as non-cyclists alike), and would like to learn (or have pervious experience) in performing bike fitting at a clinical level. 2+ years of outpatient clinical and manual therapy experience preferred.

Benefits include:
– Bike commute to work every day(!)

– Full service bike-friendly facility: indoor bike parking, service equipment, changing rooms

– Spend quality, 1-on-1 direct care with clients- 1hour evaluations, 45min-1hr follow-up

– Full cloud-based EMR, paperless charting, billing

– Strong community involvement (Free Coffee for Bicyclists events, Community Run/Walk, Educational Clinics)

– Excellent mentoring, learning opportunities

– Be part of a small, growing independent, PT-owned + operated practice serving a unique niche in our community

– Continuing Education benefits

– Flexible scheduling/PTO benefits

– Incentive pay for clinic goals

– Simple IRA retirement contribution after 1 year

– And more!

How to Apply *
To apply, and for more information:

E-mail us at: info@pedalpt.com and be sure to include “Pedal PT – I want this job” in the headline.

Please include your resume, two (2) previous employer contact numbers, along with any other professional references you may have.

Candidates will also answer these 3 questions to be considered for interview:

1) Why do you want to join the team at Pedal PT?

2) Describe a time when you exceeded a customer/patient’s expectations

3) Briefly describe a time when you failed at something and how you handled it. What did you learn?

We look forwards to hearing from you!

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