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Plans, monitors and executes therapy according to the needs of individual students; implements treatment programs; documents and supports educational activities.
Demonstrated knowledge of and independence in the use of varied therapy treatment approaches; knowledge of normal child development
Skills and Abilities
Ability to respect and maintain confidentiality, communicate effectively verbally and in writing, establish and maintain proper working relationships with students, parents, co-workers and supervisors, perform strenuous physical activities, maintain a safe working environment, adhere to ethical standards of the profession, travel to various locations, adhere to personnel policies, procedures and standard health precautions
FLSA CLASSIFICATION/WORKING HOURS:
Non-Exempt. Hourly. Employee receives at least the minimum wage, is paid by the hour and is eligible to earn overtime compensation.
Every PILLAR employee is responsible for the implementation of the Exposure Control Plan (ECP). As specified in our exposure control plan, this position is classified as: Category 1.
Employees who perform tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids or other potentially infectious materials
Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy, New Jersey license as a physical therapist, certification by State of New Jersey as a school physical therapist, and fingerprint examination and approval.
This job description is a brief listing of the functions and requirements of the position named above. It is not intended to list in specific detail every aspect of the job or to limit the performance of those duties. Other related tasks may be assigned as deemed necessary by agency administration.
Failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the job description may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination.