Physical Therapy Job opportunities at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Job Title: Physical Therapists, Level I and II and per diem
Job location: Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, 751 South Bascom Ave, San Jose, CA 95128
Salaried positions with unsurpassed benefits. Basic benefits include: Health, dental, and vision (including dependents). Life insurance. PERS Retirement; 457b deferred compensation plan; 12 paid holidays, 4 personal leave days per year, and 10 days vacation for new employees. Tuition reimbursement, education leave. Employer is a qualified site for Perkins Loan Cancellation.
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center provides superior inpatient and outpatient care. The 574-bed hospital is recognized as providing a range of sophisticated specialty services. SCVMC is the only medical center in the region that provides some of these advanced services including a world-class Rehabilitation Center, Regional Burn Center, High-Risk Maternity Program, Trauma Center. The addition of the new state-of-the-art main hospital building adds to the advanced level of technology available at SCVMC.
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is affiliated with nearby Stanford University School of Medicine, and with schools of nursing, allied health professional training and research centers in the San Francisco Bay Area. SCVMC also enjoys a fine reputation for carrying out its own medical education programs.
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is a public hospital owned and operated by the County of Santa Clara.
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
751 S. Bascom Avenue
San Jose, California 95128
Interested applicants should apply online at sccjobs.org before 10/15/13.
Stacy Sweeney, PT for additional information
Therapy Services Program Manager
We are currently seeking full-time and per diem Physical Therapists to join our dynamic team. Our Physical Therapists develop and implement individualize rehabilitation programs as part of a multi- disciplinary healthcare team. We serve inpatients (acute hospital and rehab center) and a diverse outpatient population. Our patient caseload is culturally diverse and offers unsurpassed opportunities for working with a broad variety of diagnoses.
Education, training, experience:
Qualified candidates must possess:
• California Physical Therapy License or License Applicant
• Knowledge of physical therapy assessment, treatment techniques and healthcare trends
• Problem solving, analytical, and time management skills
• Interpersonal, communication and documentation skills