Physical Therapist Assistant – PTA
- Full Time Position
- Direct Hiring
- Competitive Compensation Based on Experience
- Comprehensive Benefits Package
- Welcoming New PTA Program Graduates
- Location: Williamsville, New York (Suburb of Buffalo, NY)
- Weekly Pay Schedule
- Employee Referral Program
- Continuing Education Program with a Benefit of Up to $1,000 (Based on Tenure)
- 401K Retirement Plan with Company Match
- Enjoy a Fun and Diverse Work Environment
- Friendly and Supportive Staff
- Make a Difference in Residents' Lives while Providing Top-Notch Care
- Uniform Provided
Our Physical Therapy Assistant team members play a vital role in ensuring the health and well-being of our residents. They provide comprehensive and quality therapy services, administering skilled physical therapy treatments under the guidance of a Registered Physical Therapist. At all times, our PTA professionals maintain the highest standards of resident care, ensuring their comfort and progress.
Join our strong and diverse team and enjoy a rewarding career.
Weekend and weekday rotations are assigned as part of the schedule.
- Collaborate with the Physical Therapist to plan, develop, and implement treatment programs for residents.
- Document residents' progress and behavior in detailed Progress Notes.
- Maintain accurate statistical records and prepare departmental reports as requested by the Physical Therapist.
- Assist in conducting in-service training programs as needed.
- Maintain supplies in good order and ensure daily sanitation of equipment.
- Adhere to punctuality and regular attendance, responsible for own transportation.
- Accurately record work hours using the electronic timekeeping system.
- Maintain confidentiality of resident information, respecting their privacy during all job duties.
- Adhere to the facility's dress code, including wearing a name tag at all times.
- Perform assigned duties according to the established service excellence standards and goals.
Graduation from an approved physical therapy assistant program is required.
Must hold a valid New York State license to practice.
- Strong interest in providing physical therapy treatments to the geriatric and sub-acute populations, employing a collaborative team approach.