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Sep 23, 2019
The Alberta Institute for Spine and Sport Therapy in Okotoks is looking to expand its physiotherapy services. The clinic is very busy and is multi-disciplinary in its focus. Therefore, the candidate would be working together with chiropractors and massage therapists. The clinic is located in a high traffic medical building that has several doctors, a pharmacy, dentist, orthodontist, and counseling/psychology services. The caseload would be a mix of private, WCB, and MVA patients. The ideal candidate would be highly motivated, enthusiastic and a team player. They must be competent with manual therapy and prescribing and teaching exercises. The ideal candidate would be licenced to perform IMS, dry needling and/or acupuncture or is intending to pursue this in the near future. This position would require both morning and evening shifts. New grads are welcome to apply.
Alberta Institute for Spine and Sport Therapy 110-158 Southbank Street, Okotoks, AB, Canada Full time
Sep 17, 2019
$35.62 - $43.67 hourly
We are looking for qualified PTs to immediately fill full-time, part-time and permanent positions. As a PT in Saskatchewan, you will provide assessment and treatment for patients, clients and residents of all ages with physical, cognitive or psychosocial impairments. These opportunities are available in a number of different health care settings. All PTs in Saskatchewan follow therapy protocols and best practice guidelines. Successful candidates must also have well developed interpersonal skills, the ability to take initiative and work independently in a supportive team environment. Saskatchewan has lots to offer, including: competitive wages relocation assistance of up to $3,000 great benefits including group life insurance, a pension plan, education leave, dental and vision coverage being part of dedicated support teams earning up to $20,000 (if eligible) in tax incentives through the Saskatchewan Graduate Retention program Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy; be eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapists and have a valid driver’s license. Health Careers in Saskatchewan sources PTs and many other clinicians on behalf of The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). View all of the current openings at: healthcareersinsask.ca/physicaltherapist View each job posting and apply directly on the Health Careers in Saskatchewan website. All other enquiries can be directed to: contactus@healthcareersinsask.ca   The SHA employs more than 40,000 employees and physicians who deliver high quality and timely health care to the entire province. Our vision is Healthy People. Healthy Saskatchewan. Our mission is working together to improve health and well-being. Every day. For everyone. Our values are safety, accountability, respect, collaboration and compassion.
Health Careers in Saskatchewan Regina and Sasktoon, SK, Canada Full time
Sep 17, 2019
$90,714 - $108,362 yearly
Are you a speech language pathologist looking for new practice opportunities, expanded scope of practice, one of the best compensation packages in Canada, and a true work/life balance? Are you interested in working in a place like no other? Then a job with the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority in Inuvik may be the perfect fit for you! Located above the 60th parallel, the Northwest Territories awaits with seemingly endless lakes and unmatched vistas. Two-hundred kilometres above the Arctic Circle, on the edge of the Mackenzie Delta lies the community of Inuvik (population 3,500). The administrative centre of the Beaufort Delta region, the town boasts many amenities including a variety of restaurant options, annual events and festivals, and a community greenhouse. Inuvik has everything you would expect to find in a vibrant town including high speed internet, paved roads, and a welcoming community. Enjoy outdoor wilderness adventures just minutes away, or venture further north up the road to the shores of the Arctic Ocean on the new Tuktoyaktuk Highway or south into the Yukon. Speech Language Pathologists in Inuvik work in the Inuvik Regional Hospital. The IRH is a modern 51 bed facility, which provides services to 12 outlying communities in the Beaufort Delta and Sahtu regions. Other great reasons to work for the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority include: Top-end salary, relative to other jurisdictions ($90,714- 108,362 annually) Northern living allowance ($14,225 per year) Health and dental benefits A generous pension plan Leave (annual, mandatory, winter bonus, special, maternity/parental) Deferred leave options Relocation assistance Opportunity to travel to remote communities within the Beaufort Delta and Sahtu regions Outstanding lifestyle in the Northwest Territories Professional development opportunities Education support for employees Recognized as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers (2018) Recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2019) High engagement and satisfaction scores amongst employees based on the Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Survey (2016) To find out more about living in Inuvik and the Northwest Territories, check out: https://www.inuvik.ca/en/Discovering-Inuvik.asp https://spectacularnwt.com/about-nwt https://spectacularnwt.com/destinations/western-arctic/inuvik For more information on the Speech Language Pathologist employment opportunities available in the Northwest Territories, please visit: https://www.gov.nt.ca/careers/en/job/15697 Interested in joining our Talent Pool to find about upcoming job opportunities in the Northwest Territories? Contact us at  PracticeNWT@gov.nt.ca . 
Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority Inuvik, NT, Canada Full time
Sep 17, 2019
$87,263 - $104,208 yearly
Are you an occupational therapist looking for new practice opportunities, expanded scope of practice, one of the best compensation packages in Canada, and a true work/life balance? Are you interested in working in a place like no other? Then a job with the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority in Yellowknife may be the perfect fit for you! Located above the 60th parallel, the Northwest Territories awaits with seemingly endless lakes and unmatched vistas. On the shores of Great Slave Lake lies the city of Yellowknife (population 19,600). The ‘urban’ centre of the territory, the Northwest Territories’ capital city boasts all the amenities of a big city, while maintaining its small town charm, with outdoor wilderness adventures just minutes away. Occupational Therapists in Yellowknife work in the Stanton Territorial Hospital, which averages 4,000 occupational therapy patient visits per year (approximately 3-7 patient visits per therapist per day). Stanton is a state-of-the-art facility, which just opened in May 2019. Other great reasons to work for the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority include: Top-end salary, relative to other jurisdictions ($87,263- $104,208 annually) Northern living allowance ($3,700 per year) Health and dental benefits A generous pension plan Leave (annual, mandatory, winter bonus, special, maternity/parental) Deferred leave options Relocation assistance New Stanton Hospital and facilities ( https://www.stantonrenewal.ca/ ) Outstanding lifestyle in the Northwest Territories Professional development opportunities Education support for employees Recognized as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers (2018) Recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2019) High engagement and satisfaction scores amongst employees based on the Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Survey (2016) To find out more about living in Yellowknife and the Northwest Territories, check out: https://ykonline.ca/ https://spectacularnwt.com/about-nwt https://spectacularnwt.com/story/walk-wild-side-tour-old-town-canadas-weirdest-neighbourhood For more information on the occupational therapist employment opportunities available in the Northwest Territories, or to join our Talent Pool, please contact us at PracticeNWT@gov.nt.ca or visit https://www.practicenwt.ca .
Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority Yellowknife, NT, Canada Full time
Sep 17, 2019
$90,714 - $108,362 yearly
Are you an audiologist looking for new practice opportunities, expanded scope of practice, one of the best compensation packages in Canada, and a true work/life balance? Are you interested in working in a place like no other? Then a job with the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority in Yellowknife may be the perfect fit for you! Located above the 60th parallel, the Northwest Territories awaits with seemingly endless lakes and unmatched vistas. On the shores of Great Slave Lake lies the city of Yellowknife (population 19,600). The ‘urban’ centre of the territory, the Northwest Territories’ capital city boasts all the amenities of a big city, while maintaining its small town charm, with outdoor wilderness adventures just minutes away. Audiologists in Yellowknife work in the Stanton Territorial Hospital, which averages 2,000 patient visits per year (approximately 7 patient visits per audiologist per day). Stanton is a state-of-the-art facility, which just opened in May 2019. Other great reasons to work for the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority include: Top-end salary, relative to other jurisdictions ($90,714- 108,362 annually) Northern living allowance ($3,700 per year) Health and dental benefits A generous pension plan Leave (annual, mandatory, winter bonus, special, maternity/parental) Deferred leave options Relocation assistance New Stanton Hospital and facilities (https://www.stantonrenewal.ca/) Outstanding lifestyle in the Northwest Territories Professional development opportunities Education support for employees Recognized as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers (2018) Recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2019) High engagement and satisfaction scores amongst employees based on the Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Survey (2016) To find out more about living in Yellowknife and the Northwest Territories, check out: https://ykonline.ca/ https://spectacularnwt.com/about-nwt https://spectacularnwt.com/story/walk-wild-side-tour-old-town-canadas-weirdest-neighbourhood For more information on the audiologist employment opportunities available in the Northwest Territories, please visit: https://www.gov.nt.ca/careers/en/job/17195 Interested in joining our Talent Pool to find about upcoming job opportunities in the Northwest Territories? Contact us at PracticeNWT@gov.nt.ca . 
Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority Yellowknife, NT, Canada Full time
Sep 17, 2019
$44.75 - $53.44 hourly
JOB SUMMARY: To provide diagnostic, intervention and referral services to communication and swallowing impaired clients of the Speech Language Pathology Unit in accordance with the Code of Ethics and Rules of Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) and the philosophy and objective of the Hay River Health & Social Services Authority (HRHSSA) to overcome and prevent communication problems/disorders in language, speech, voice and fluency, as well as swallowing impairments. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of cognitive and functional development and impairment related to speech and language development including anatomy, physiology and pathology in a variety of age groups. Ability to apply therapeutic processes (assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation) to ensure that the patients’ physical, emotional, psychosocial, educational and day-to-day living needs are met. Ability to educate patients, their families (where applicable), school staff and other health care professionals on appropriate self-development methods and techniques. Knowledge of biological, physical, behavioral and mental health sciences. Knowledge of and an ability to network resources within and outside the HRHSSA Ability to work with clients of all ages Skilled at communicating complex issues and concerns to a lay and multi-cultural audience Skilled in the use of time management techniques Ability to work with clients from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds Knowledge of a wide variety of assessment tools and intervention techniques and materials Group facilitation skills Class 5 Drivers License Computer literacy skills and the ability to use word processing and e-mail systems A full job description can be found at www.hayriverhealth.ca . This level of knowledge is typically acquired through the successful completion of a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology. Within the HRHSSA Speech Language Pathologists must be a certified member of Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) and have successfully completed a criminal record check. In addition to an attractive salary, we offer a generous relocation package, and Northern Allowance of $3.08 per hour up to $5,999 per year . All job offers are subject to a satisfactory Criminal Records Check and an Employee Health Risk Assessment. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Interested applicants may submit a resume and request a copy of the full job description, quoting competition #060.19 to : Human Resources Hay River Health & Social Services 37911 Mackenzie Highway, Hay River, NT X0E 0R6 Fax: (867) 874-8345 hrhssa_competitions@gov.nt.ca
Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada Full time
Sep 17, 2019
$44.75 - $53.44 hourly
JOB SUMMARY: The Occupational Therapist (OT) provides comprehensive diagnostic services and intervention and referral services to clients so to aid in their recovery or maintain a maximum level of functioning and independence. Occupational Therapy services are provided in accordance with legislation, standards, guidelines, ethics of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT), Provincial OT licensing, Canadian Council Health Services Accreditation (CCHSA.), the physician orders and the policies of the Hay River Health & Social Services Authority. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: This level of knowledge is normally acquired through a Master’s of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. Broad base of clinical experience and theoretical knowledge in Occupational Therapy is preferred. Valid Class 5 driver’s license is required. Time management and well developed organizational skills to manage a large and varied caseload, as well as required department management activities. Ability to communicate through verbal and written. Ability to work independently in all areas of Occupational Therapy practice is required. Current CPR certificate. Registration/licensure with an appropriate Occupational Therapy Canadian Provincial regulatory body. Active membership in the CAOT. The OT must have knowledge of cognitive, physical and psychological development and impairment related to occupational therapy including anatomy, physiology and pathology in all age groups. An ability to apply therapeutic processes (assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation) to ensure that the patient’s physical, emotional, psychosocial, educational and day-to-day living needs are met. An ability to fabricate or select orthotics and/or devices/tools (including but not limited to custom splints, insoles, braces, assistive devices, etc.) required to support injured body parts or aid daily living. An ability to educate clients, their families (where applicable) and other health care professionals on appropriate self-care methods and techniques. A copy of the full Job Description can be found at www.hayriverhealth.ca . In addition to an attractive salary, we offer a Northern Allowance of $3.08 per hour up to $5,999 per year . All job offers are subject to references, a satisfactory Criminal Records Check (including vulnerable sector search) and an Employee Health Risk Assessment. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Interested applicants may apply quoting competition number 051-19  to : Human Resources Hay River Health & Social Services Authority 37911 Mackenzie Highway, Hay River, NT X0E 0R6 Phone: (867) 874-8341 Fax: (867) 874-8345 hrhssa_competitions@gov.nt.ca
Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada Full time
Sep 13, 2019
$40.00 - $42.00 hourly
Our 3rd clinic opened September 3rd 2019 in the pandosy area of Kelowna and the client response has been amazing! We are growing very fast and looking for someone who is ambitious, results focused, looking for growth and wants to be part of a multidisciplinary team environment. See pictures of clinic attached below. What do we offer? Join us in the beautiful Okanagan Valley, a year-round playground for someone searching for an incredible 4 seasons lifestyle! We are surrounded by spectacular lakes, ski hills, golf courses, mountain biking / hiking trails and world class wineries! Our clinics are busy and vibrant with a very active clientele base.  We pride ourselves on offering a fun, professional and enriching environment for all our practitioners and staff to grow and thrive. We believe that team culture and a positive working environment is paramount to the success of our organization and the happiness of our staff. We facilitate this environment by organizing staff events such as: -Hiking and Skiing Days  -Team Wine Tastings and Dinners  -Staff Parties!  -Professional Development Sessions (Pilates workout, food and drinks included!) -Monthly Physio Team Mentorship Sessions facilitated by the Physio team leaders  We have a phenomenal community of active clients that love our one on one appointment times that are offered at a minimum 30 minutes, Initial Appointments are always 45 minutes. Our treatment rooms are large and private, with natural light. One of the key differences between NeuMovement and most other clinics in the Okanagan is our integrated work with Pilates. All of our Pilates Instructors are registered as Physiotherapist Assistants and have spent considerable time mentoring with our physio team. Together with our physiotherapists, they offer phenomenal active therapy programs that get incredible results. The level of time and care we provide for our clientele is second to none. We are very proud of our long term client relationships. Clients stay with us for the benefits of private group Pilates classes after their rehabilitative journey. This attracts a wonderful community of people who love having continued access to our unique integration of Physiotherapy, Pilates and Registered Massage Therapy. Did we mention our Neu Pilates Teacher Training, the first in North America to offer training by Pilates Instructors and physiotherapists at the same time? We provide faculty opportunities to our physiotherapy team to teach Pilates instructor trainees! To summarize we offer our physiotherapists: - Mentoring with a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists,  graduate of the Integrated Systems Model, Dry Needling and Acupuncture - Professional Development with Therapists and Pilates instructors to develop and grow as a team! - Private treatment rooms with large windows to let in natural sunlight with hydraulic beds - Fun staff social events - Complimentary Pilates and Springboard classes - One on one treatment blocks - Competitive wages Does this sound like the place for you? We invite you to submit your application or stop by and meet the team, and take a tour of our clinics. We look forward to meeting you.   All the best, Jen, Lara and Eric www.neumovement.com See New location Gallery here! 
NeuMovement Pilates and Physiotherapy Kelowna, BC, Canada Full time
Sep 12, 2019
$34.17 - $41.78 hourly
We are looking for qualified OTs to immediately fill full-time, part-time and permanent positions. As an OT in Saskatchewan, you will provide assessment and treatment for patients, clients and residents of all ages with physical, cognitive or psychosocial impairments. These opportunities are available in a number of different health care settings. All OTs in Saskatchewan follow therapy protocols and best practice guidelines. Successful candidates must also have well developed interpersonal skills, the ability to take initiative and work independently in a supportive team environment. Saskatchewan has lots to offer, including: competitive wages relocation assistance of up to $3,000 great benefits including group life insurance, a pension plan, education leave, dental and vision coverage a northern living allowance in certain remote communities being part of dedicated support teams earning up to $20,000 (if eligible) in tax incentives through the Saskatchewan Graduate Retention program Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy; be eligible for registration with the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists and Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists. Health Careers in Saskatchewan sources OTs and many other clinicians on behalf of The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). View all of the current openings at: healthcareersinsask.ca/occupationaltherapy View each job posting and apply directly on the Health Careers in Saskatchewan website. All other enquiries can be directed to: contactus@healthcareersinsask.ca  _______________________________________________________________________________________________ The SHA employs more than 40,000 employees and physicians who deliver high quality and timely health care to the entire province. Our vision is Healthy People. Healthy Saskatchewan. Our mission is working together to improve health and well-being. Every day. For everyone. Our values are safety, accountability, respect, collaboration and compassion.
Health Careers in Saskatchewan Kindersley, Estevan, Yorkton, Weyburn, Saskatoon and Regina, SK, Canada Full time
Sep 12, 2019
$35.62 - $43.67 hourly
Saskatchewan is hiring Physical l Therapists (PTs) in a number of northern communities. We are looking for qualified PTs to immediately fill full-time, part-time and permanent positions. As a PT in Saskatchewan, you will provide assessment and treatment for patients, clients and residents of all ages with physical, cognitive or psychosocial impairments. These opportunities are available in a number of different health care settings. All PTs in Saskatchewan follow therapy protocols and best practice guidelines. Successful candidates must also have well developed interpersonal skills, the ability to take initiative and work independently in a supportive team environment. Saskatchewan has lots to offer, including: competitive wages relocation assistance of up to $3,000 great benefits including group life insurance, a pension plan, education leave, dental and vision coverage a northern living allowance in certain remote communities being part of dedicated support teams earning up to $20,000 (if eligible) in tax incentives through the Saskatchewan Graduate Retention program Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy; be eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapists and have a valid driver’s license. Health Careers in Saskatchewan sources PTs and many other clinicians on behalf of The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). View all of the current openings at: healthcareersinsask.ca/physicaltherapist View each job posting and apply directly on the Health Careers in Saskatchewan website . All other enquiries can be directed to: contactus@healthcareersinsask.ca _______________________________________________________________________________________________ The SHA employs more than 40,000 employees and physicians who deliver high quality and timely health care to the entire province. Our vision is Healthy People. Healthy Saskatchewan. Our mission is working together to improve health and well-being. Every day. For everyone. Our values are safety, accountability, respect, collaboration and compassion.
Health Careers in Saskatchewan Prince Albert and Lloydminster SK, Canada Full time

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