Job Description for Physical Therapist Outpatient Travel Job-Gladwin MI:
We are seeking a Physical Therapist (PT) to provide quality outpatient physical therapy services for our client in Gladwin MI. This Physical therapist Outpatient Travel Job-Gladwin MI requires evaluating and assessing patients to establish functional, measurable goals that promote restoration of functional abilities. This travel PT job prefers a candidate with at leas one year of experience, but all candidates encouraged to apply. A valid Michigan PT license is required for this position.
Physical Therapist Outpatient Travel Job-Gladwin MI
Location: Gladwin, MI
Position: Physical Therapist (PT)
Hours: M-F (40 hours/week)
COMPENSATION and BENEFITS for this Physical Therapist Outpatient Travel Job-Gladwin MI:
(CLICK HERE for more information) Travel Housing Stipend, or Furnished Housing Arrangements First Day Health Insurance Coverage: medical, dental, and vision Life Insurance 401k Retirement Savings Plan (up to 4% Company Match) Continuing Education Reimbursement (up to $1,000/year) Worker’s Comp and Medical Malpractice Insurances New License Reimbursement Direct Deposit
CLICK HERE for more information) We offer a shared referral bonus: $500 for the person who refers a friend to our company and $500 to the friend who accepts a position with our company.
Custom job searches are available from our staffing specialists. Contact us today to find a job that you love! Email: [email protected]
Call about this job – (Toll Free) 1.877.435.7293
“Why would I want to consider being a traveling therapist?”
“Therapists choose to work for contract staffing agencies for lots of reasons. Some therapists want to travel just to travel. They love adventure and want to explore different areas of the country. Some therapists travel to earn more compensation. New graduates often travel for a year or two to assist in paying off student loans. Other therapists use travel as a way to maximize their earning potential by working in places where their skills are in high demand. And some therapists, who are new to an area, want the flexibility of a temporary job while they figure out where they want to put down roots. Some therapists haven’t found their area of focus yet, and want to experiment with different settings. I became a traveler to earn extra money to start an outpatient clinic. However, in working as a contract therapist, I discovered that I could fill a niche in this industry by providing short term staffing that is owned and managed by a therapist. Although an outpatient clinic may still be in my future, for now, I’m enjoying the freedom and flexibility of the travel industry.”