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Towson MD area: School Physical Therapist (PT) job
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A local school district near Towson MD is interviewing and hiring for a Physical Therapist (PT) job.  This PT job is for the upcoming school year.  On-site and virtual opportunities.  Full and part time opportunities. Flexible schedule based on therapist availability. The PT will be supporting students with mild to severe disabilities throughout a school district.  Job responsibilities for this PT job may include:

  • Provide therapy services as specified on IEP
  • work with diagnostic staff and classroom teachers
  • provide assessments and develop treatment goals   

Requirements for this PT job are previous school or pediatric experience and a MD physical therapist license.

For immediate consideration please email an updated resume to [email protected] or call (813) 792-3413

Jackie McDougall
National Hiring Manager
Sunbelt Staffing

(813) 792-3413
[email protected]
www.sunbeltstaffing.com

Schools - PT Contract 7 days ago
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