Are you a PT RESIDENT looking for true MENTORSHIP? Do you get excited when you learn and grow and want to become one of the best physical therapists?
Would you like one-on-one training weekly by top physical therapists in the profession who have a successful track record mentoring Canadian and internationally-trained physical therapists into full licensure? We have the position you have been looking for!
Saskatchewan has changed full licensure to a Practice-Based Assessment in lieu of the cancellation of the Clinical component of the PCE. We have successfully mentored three internationally-trained PT’s to full licensure in the past two years.
About our company:
We are a physical therapy clinic in Estevan, Saskatchewan that focuses on helping individuals return to activities they love, through movement, exercise, self-management techniques, and education.
We provide an exceptionally high level of care for our clients and have an excellent rating by them who time and again return for new injuries or send their friends and families for our care. Our wait list continues to grow and we need to expand our team to meet the needs of our community. We have a very well-respected staff and use the Functional Movement Systems model.
Southeast Physiotherapy emphasizes:
Complete focus on one patient at a time, as we see each patient for 30-60 minutes of one-on-one treatments.
Being able to see 8-12 patients a day. Go home feeling energized, not exhausted.
You will never be double-booked or treating more than two people per hour.
Mentorship by the top physical therapists in the area with over 40+ years of combined experience weekly.
You get to use your talents and passion to make a difference in people’s lives every day.
Looking for a community to work for, not a corporation.
Opportunity to work in a supportive environment with an amazing culture.
Who should apply for this job?
Looking for mentorship to grow and learn on the job- and YES, NEW GRADS and INTERNATIONALLY-TRAINED PT’s can apply.
You are looking to have a work- life balance.
You want to learn more around the Functional Movement Systems model. It is an evaluation process that helps to determine if the client’s movement patterns are contributing to their condition, then progress the client to get them back to the things they want to do. It is also used in a prevention context.
You want to further your education on Concussion Assessment and Treatment.
Your clients love working with you because you like to listen to their needs and adjust the programs based on your conversations. NO cookie cutter programs.
You listen and are willing to collaborate as a team.
You should be eligible to obtain a restricted license in Saskatchewan. Refer to https://www.scpt.org/site/restricted?nav=sidebar
You have passed the written component of the PCE.
Paid sick time
MacBook Air laptop included for clinic business
Administration time booked into schedule to complete reports
Full extended health, dental, and vision benefits after three months of employment (50% co-pay), disability, life, critical illness, EAP (100% insured pays)
Did you know?
Applicants to the SCPT Practice Based Assessment must have:
a Restricted Licensed with the SCPT
a minimum of 1,200 hours of practice under supervision while holding a Restricted License in Saskatchewan
not have attempted the CAPR PCE-Clinical and/or alternatives more than two (2) times (individuals will have a maximum three (3) attempts of the CAPR PCE-Clinical and/or alternatives), and
not have any prior or outstanding complaint or discipline history.
What are the Practice-Based Assessment components?
Canadian Physiotherapy Assessment of Clinical Performance (ACP)- 25%
Interview of Restricted Licensee- 35%
Interview of Supervising Therapist- 20%
Chart Audit- 10%
SCPT Continuing Competency Program- 15%
Our physical therapists will mentor you throughout the 1,200 hours and help you to prepare for the interview.