TORONTO GRACE HEALTH CENTRE: Join our Team!
TORONTO GRACE HEALTH CENTRE -SPECIALIZED CARE CENTRE, ETOBICOKE
IT IS AN EXCITING TIME TO JOIN OUR SATELLITE SITE!
The Salvation Army Toronto Grace Health Centre has immediate opening for a part time Physiotherapist 6 month contract in our Specialized Care Centre, North Etobicoke. Come and join our interdisciplinary teams and make a difference. This is a unique health care facility and the only one of its kind in Canada. We offer a fantastic working experience and competitive compensation with pension and benefit options.
LOCATION: 650 Dixon Road, Etobicoke (Specialized Care Centre) -Dixon Rd and Hwy 427, and we offer free parking!
PHYSIOTHERAPIST – PART TIME 9 MONTH CONTRACT Job#: 04232021-PHYSIOTHERAPIST- PT 9 MONTH CONTRACT POSTING DATE: April 23, 2021 CLOSING DATE: Until filled
The Physiotherapist provides assessment and treatment for a mixed population. Within the vision, mission and values of the Toronto Grace Health Centre, the physiotherapist assumes a leadership role in developing partnerships with patients, families and health care professionals to ensure optimal patient-centered care delivery.
- In accordance with the standards of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and best practices: assess, provide evidence-based treatment, utilize appropriate outcome measures, and facilitate discharge planning for complex conditions and populations on the PACR unit, including but not limited to geriatric, transplant, skin flap, orthopedic, and neurological populations; provide physiotherapy consultations on the CCC unit and provide evidence-based interventions and patient/family education as appropriate.
- Evaluate the individualized care plan through discussion with the patient and/or family and in collaboration with other members of the interdisciplinary team on an ongoing basis.
- Collaborate closely with the interprofessional team and communicate effectively with patients, families, colleagues, and volunteers.
- Supervise Physiotherapist Assistants and assigns interventions based on the PTAs’ knowledge, judgment, and skill level, while retaining overall accountability for care given.
- Supervise Physiotherapy students for clinical education.
- Act as a resource and advocate for patients, families, colleagues, and the Physiotherapy profession.
- Participate in the development and implementation of program and hospital initiatives.
- Completion of a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Physiotherapy or recognized equivalent.
- Registration with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario in good standing.
- Current Basic Cardiopulmonary Life Saving course.
- Demonstrated excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrated critical thinking skills/problem-solving skills.
- Two years inpatient hospital experience in physiotherapy practice preferred.
- Previous experience working with adults with complex needs.
- Experience in the assessment and treatment of ABI CCC, critical care, cardio-respiratory and/or ICU, acute neurological and orthopaedic, general medicine, experience an asset.
- Complies with the standards, codes and regulations of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and with the legislation in the Regulated Health Professions Act.
- Excellent time management skills and demonstrated ability to perform in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.
- Demonstrated computer skills knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook
- Excellent attendance record.
- Must have the physical strength, flexibility and endurance to perform the role as determined by the physical needs of the position based on assessment conducted by Occupational Health Services.
Reference ID: Job#: 04232021-PHYSIOTHERAPIST- Part time 6 month contract
Contract length: 9 months
Job Types: Part-time, Contract
- Bachelor's Degree (preferred)
- Remote interview process
- Personal protective equipment provided or required
- Plastic shield at work stations
- Temperature screenings
- Social distancing guidelines in place
- Virtual meetings
- Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place