We are looking for a full-time, part-time, or per diem Physical Therapist (PT) for a very flexible, high-paying permanent position in home health care-- you make your own schedule including when you start and end. The pay and benefits for this Physical Therapy position are very generous. For full-time the Physical Therapist would make $101,400 per year ($65/visit x 30 visits/week x 52 weeks = $101,400/year). Each visit is about a half hour direct care time and in total takes about an hour or less with paperwork time and travel. The Physical Therapist is only expected to do 25-30 visits per week for 40 hours, which can easily be done in 25-30 hours, however, the Physical Therapist is welcome to do over 30 visits per week and make extra money. Doing just 5 extra visits per week would make the therapist $17,000 extra per year, which would be $118,400 per year total. And, seeing as though each visit takes around an hour with travel and paperwork, 35 visits in a 40 hour week is very doable. In addition, the Physical Therapist is paid at $128 for each start of care.
This Physical Therapist (PT) position is in the Home Health setting doing homecare visits with adult and geriatric patients. The Physical Therapist is not required to have home health experience-- we will accept Physical Therapists with a year of experience with adults or geriatrics (a year of licensed experience) in any of the following settings: skilled nursing facility SNF, rehab center, healthcare center, outpatient, inpatient, assisted living facility ALF, homecare / home health, adult daycare center, or hospital. This Physical Therapy position is with a homecare company that has been in business many years, therefore it has stability and longevity. In addition, we will entertain full-time or part-time Physical Therapists for this position.
Some of the Benefits of the Home Health Physical Therapist position:
HOME HEALTH CARE PT JOB REQUIREMENTS: The Physical Therapist must have a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. The Physical Therapist must have a license to practice Physical Therapy in the state. The Physical Therapist MUST either be a US Citizen or have your green card-- no exceptions. The Physical Therapist is NOT required to have home health experience-- we will accept Physical Therapists with a year of experience with adults or geriatrics (a year of licensed experience) in any of the following settings: skilled nursing facility SNF, rehab center, healthcare center, outpatient, inpatient assisted living facility ALF, homecare / home health, adult daycare center, or hospital. We will accept Physical Therapist candidates that want Full-time or part-time hours.
*If you qualify for this position and are interested, please put a note in your application with the following information:*
1. How many hours per week you are able to do? (Please make this relative to what the job says for hours per week if it comments on that).
2. What days and times could you do a phone interview in case the manager decides to start with that?
3. What times and days you could do an in-person interview?
***We will be emailing all Physical Therapist candidates to schedule an interview and/or ask follow-up questions so please be watching your email that you put on your resume and the one that you used to create your indeed account.
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