Aquatic Biologist Job Description Sample
Seasonal Aquatic Biologist I
Postion: Aquatic Biologist I Start Date:
November 27, 2017 End Date: April 28, 2018 About the Department of Conservation and Recreation: The Department of Conservation and Recreation manages one of the largest and most diverse state parks systems in the nation and protects and enhances natural resources and outdoor recreational opportunities throughout Massachusetts.
DCR is a dynamic agency, and is one of the largest park systems in the nation. The DCR system includes over 450,000 acres of parks, forests, water supply protection lands, beaches, lakes, ponds, playgrounds, swimming pools, golf courses, skating rinks, trails and parkways. The Department of Conservation and Recreation Division of Water Supply Protection seeks qualified applicants for the positions of seasonal Aquatic Biologist I. Duties : Under the direction of the Environmental Quality Group supervisor or designees, the successful applicants will:
Participate in field surveys of Wachusett Reservoir by using water quality probes, obtaining water quality and phytoplankton samples, delivering samples to the analytical laboratory, and processing biological samples.
Participate in invasive aquatic plant management activities by scouting for new invasive plants, counting invasive plant fragments, mapping invasive plant beds, and recording plant species occurrence in the Wachusett Reservoir and watershed ponds.
Assist in compiling and entering environmental monitoring data into electronic databases.
Participate in laboratory analysis of water quality samples for characteristics like color and turbidity.
Participate in the sampling and analysis of algae and macroinvertebrate populations and their habitat for the purpose of assessing potential impacts to drinking water quality.
Assist with data analysis preparatory to writing reports on monitoring studies.
Perform other related duties as required. While not required, small boat operation and canoe paddling experience is advantageous as is identification of freshwater aquatic macrophytes. This requisition will remain open until filled; however, first consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least (A) two years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, para-professional or technical experience in marine biology or fisheries management work, or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below. Substitutions: I. A Bachelors or higher degree with a major in marine, fisheries, or wildlife biology; fisheries or wildlife management, marine science or oceanography may be substituted for the required experience on the basis of two years of education for one year of experience.* *Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Based on assignment, possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator's license.An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Organization:Department of Conservation & Recreation
Title:Seasonal Aquatic Biologist I
Location:Massachusetts-West Boylston-180 Beaman St
Aquatic Biologist (Sr. Env. Analyst)
Seattle Public Utilities provides solid waste and drainage and wastewater services for Seattle residents and businesses, and drinking water for the 1.4 million regional customers both in Seattle and the 26 municipalities and special water districts also served by the Utility. "Our Promise"to the community is to deliver efficient and forward-looking utility services that keep Seattle the best place to live. Our customers depend on us to be there for them to deliver utility services reliably and to spend their dollars wisely. This position will report to the Natural Resources Manager in the Watershed Management Division of Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), and will be responsible for practicing aquatic species monitoring, ecosystem monitoring and management in the municipal watersheds that are managed for drinking water supply, threatened species protection and habitat protection and restoration. Duties include, but are not limited to: monitoring of native and non-native fish and wildlife and associated habitats; implementation of Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) aquatic, riparian, and wetland habitat conservation measures and research and monitoring programs; implementation of South Fork Tolt River Watershed Management Plan fish and wildlife recommendations; consultation on upland forest management and road management activities to meet local, state and federal regulatory requirements. Policy, regulatory and legal drivers for this position include, and are not limited to, the Cedar River Watershed Secondary Use Policies, Cedar River HCP, South Fork Tolt Watershed Management Plan, Muckleshoot Settlement Agreement, Landsburg Mitigation Agreement and all relevant local, state and federal laws, including but not limited to the Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, Washington Forest Practice Act and Clean Water Act. This position will work relatively independently with minimal supervision and will provide technical expertise, analyses and recommendations on complex environmental issues to support efficient and forward-looking decisions that have City-wide significance, financial and potentially legal implications. Also, will be responsible for interpreting policies and recommending policy changes, interpreting and applying environmental regulations, making decisions in areas of uncertainty and/or exercising discretion in adapting or recommending new policies to specific projects.
Specific duties include, but not limited to:
Monitoring and reporting on bull trout and associated habitat in the Chester Morse Lake system, under the HCP.
Monitoring and management of resident native and non-native fish and associated habitats, including habitat assessment and identification of fish passage issues in the Cedar River Municipal Watershed and South Fork Tolt River Municipal Watershed and downstream river systems.
Monitoring select wildlife (e.g., amphibians, birds) and associated habitats.
Providing technical and logistical support for aquatic, riparian and upland restoration activities and other management activities that may impact aquatic and/or terrestrial species.
Collaborating with SPU Water Resources program areas, such as anadromous fish monitoring and management, data analysis and reporting, under the HCP, Landsburg Mitigation Agreement and the Muckleshoot Settlement Agreement.
Participating in climate adaptation and risk management.
Participating in water quality monitoring and assessment in the municipal watersheds and potential impacts on aquatic resources.
Implementing invasive aquatic organisms prevention, monitoring and management.
Conducting data collection, management, analysis and reporting.
Supporting SPU Water Line of Business needs and capital project development by providing environmental review, permitting support, monitoring and mitigation to continue providing essential utility services and environmental protection.
Collaborating with Seattle City Light in environmental studies to support hydroelectric infrastructure operations, maintenance, and improvements to meet regulatory requirements.
Collaborating with partners in state and federal agencies, Tribes, non-governmental organizations, and research and educational institutions on monitoring, research and management issues of regional concern, and participate in stakeholder groups.
Developing and administering consultant contracts, managing budgets and supervising seasonal employees and interns.
* Bachelor's degree in natural or physical sciences, environmental sciences, planning (with emphasis on environmental issues), public administration/policy (with emphasis on natural resources), or related field. * A minimum of five (5) years experience in environmental research, environmental law, impact analysis, environmental compliance, toxic substance management, or a related field (Other combinations of education, training and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis for comparability).
- Current State of Washington driver's license.
The ideal candidate will have aMaster of Science or PhD in fisheries science, fish biology, aquatic ecosystem science/management, wildlife ecology/management and five years experience in fisheries science, aquatic science/management, and/or ecosystem management, and will have
knowledge and experience in: * Developing, conducting and/or evaluating fish surveys.
Experimental design and statistical analysis of fisheries and other ecological data.
Specific experience in monitoring bull trout at all life stages, survey and management of non-native warm-water fish, and conducting amphibian egg mass surveys.
Aquatic, wetland, and riparian habitat restoration.
Developing and administering contracts.
Developing and managing budgets.
Collaborating and communicating with diverse and multiple stakeholders.
Regulatory framework, including Endangered Species Act and Habitat Conservation Plans, State Environmental Protection Act, and Forest Practices Act.
Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Powerpoint, ETC.), GIS software, and any statistical analysis software for data analysis and database management.
Navigate with map, compass, and GPS unit or other mobile devices.
Job offers are contingent on a pre-placement physical, review of criminal history, as well as verification of information provided by the applicant as part of the application process.
Work Environment/Physical Demands: * Work may be performed in the field including remote wilderness locations, on rivers and reservoirs, hazardous waste sites, household hazardous waste collection facilities and electrical facilities, and/or in a normal City office/work environment.
May require rotating on-call duty for spill response and other emergencies.
Occasional exposure to hazardous wastes, chemicals, and other conditions requiring safety precautions. Job Title: Aquatic Biologist (Sr. Env. Analyst)
Job Number:* 2017-01516 Salary: $41.57 - $48.44 Hourly
Location:* Cedar River Watershed, 19901 Cedar Falls Road SE, North Bend, 98045, Washington
Job Type:* Classified Civil Service, Regular, Full-Time
Department:* Seattle Public Utilities
Bargaining Unit:* PTE, Local 17 - Professionals
Closing Date/Time:* Tue. 11/21/17 4:00 PM Pacific Time
Description: Seeking Technicians who enjoy working in the great outdoors with boats and motors, four-wheel drive trucks, John Deere Gators and other equipment, can talk effectively with customers about their lakes and ponds, have decent math skills and take pride in their work. The main responsibilities of this position is treating aquatic vegetation and algae at established accounts. Other duties include assisting with fountain and aeration installations, fish stocking of bass, bluegills, catfish and grass carp, water clarification and planting of natural aquatic vegetation. We are looking for a highly motivated individual that works well on their own, yet is a strong team player.
Valid, clean Florida drivers license, pass a background check and drug test, high school diploma, reliable transportation to and from work, college helpful but not required, experience in lawn service or pest control very helpful, ability to read and interpret herbicide labels, operating procedures, and safety rules, possess good time management and organizational skills.
• We Provide: Excellent 90-day training program with assistance in preparing for required state certification test, competitive compensation, generous vacation and holiday schedule, 401k program, medical insurance, uniform allowance, quarterly performance bonus, year-end bonus based on Company performance and numerous other benefits.
• About OUR COMPANY: Since 1979 we have been a national leader in providing water management services in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Ohio and the Carolinas. We have become one of the largest companies of our kind with a top-notch reputation among our customers, suppliers, competitors and regulators. The employees of our company all take pride in contributing to our continuing growth and success! SEND RESUME AND/OR QUALIFICATIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS JOB. Make the right move and apply today!
Since 1979 The Lake Doctors has been a national leader in providing aquatic water management services to customers in Florida, South Carolina, Ohio, Georgia and Alabama. Our services include aquatic weed control, terrestrial and ditch bank control, installation of fountains and aeration systems, water clarification, aquascaping, fish stocking, water testing. As one of largest companies of this type, its employees take great pride in contributing to the success of thecompany. Visit our website at www.lakedoctors.com to find out more about us.
Aquatic Outpatient Position Available In California Cph# Job-
- ASAP Start
- 40 Hours
- 13 Weeks
- First day comprehensive medical insurance, domestic partner benefit and 401(K)
- Full service licensing department covers all fees and document processing
- Furnished housing and travel arrangements
- 24/7 access to customer service and support team
- Unlimited continuing education benefits
Summer Resident Camp Aquatic Director
Be Part of Our Mission The mission of the YMCA of Metro Chicago is to develop strong children, families and communities across Metropolitan Chicago through academic readiness, character development, violence prevention, fitness and healthy living. Our network of 23 membership centers, five camps, early learning, school-aged and other programs at 100+ sites in the city and suburbs provides everyone with a safe place to learn, play and grow. In this role, you'll be an integral part of ensuring the YMCA continues to be a leader in making our city a world-class place to live and raise a family. So you're not just impacting a bottom line, you're impacting people and communities all over Chicagoland.
Under the direct supervision of the Camp Director or Program Director, the aquatic director coordinates and supervises the day to day operation of the waterfront or pool programs in resident camp. Scope and
Organize interesting and safe programs that meet the camper's needs.
Train staff in pool/waterfront safety standards and emergency procedures.
Maintain high levels of safety standards and enforce strict safety standard rules at aquatic areas.
Maintain high levels of lifeguard duty; pull any staff person not upholding those high standards.
Assist with the over-all functions of the camp daily schedule.
Responsible for the overall safety and cleanliness of all aquatic areas and its equipment.
Assist to supervise counselors.
Assist in organizing and teaching waterfront search and supervise practice drills.
Responsible for security of the aquatic areas.
Supervise camp staff working the aquatic areas.
Supervise and organize additional aquatic activities, i.e., swim parties, blobbing, etc.
Responsible for aquatic keys loaned out to staff wanted to swim on time off.
Report all injuries and complete required forms to the Camp Director/Program Director.
Maintain a positive attitude.
Assist in keeping the camp looking nice-pick up litter- it can be contagious.
Deal with any staff management issues promptly- You are committing to report any staff issues to the Camp Director immediately. You are expected to not ask your staff do to anything that you would not do yourself.
Evaluate camper swimming ability at the beginning of every session.
Organize pool lifeguard rotations daily.
Assist in initiation of a strict and efficient water safety program for the entire camp in keeping with the American Camping Association, YMCA, and Red Cross requirements.
Be on the pool deck at all times, never leave the deck unattended.
Serve as a positive role model for staff and campers set example of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
Follow opening and closing procedures for all aquatic areas. Follow opening and closing procedures for all aquatic areas. Responsible to be sure aquatic areas are locked up and secured while not in use.
Provide leadership to staff training.
Assist in conducting evaluations for counselors.
Plan and implement camp pool and/or waterfront programs and activities
Supports the commitment of the YMCA to child abuse prevention by:
Report any items that may provide a health or safety hazard to staff, members or guests to your supervisor.
Follow all policies and procedures related to keeping children safe in our facilities and programs, including those related to the monitoring and supervision of children.
Report any suspicious behavior and violation of policy and procedures to your supervisor.
Complete all child abuse prevention training as required. Requirements and
Current Lifeguard certification
Current CPR and First Aid Certification (within the last year)
At least 1 year aquatics and supervisory experience
Proficient in swimming and safety skills.
Must pass a water skills test and written exam.
Must be mentally alert to dangerous situations in order to assure the safety of all swimmers. Physically and mentally able to respond to emergencies and administer CPR and First Aide effectively.
Physical mobility to properly use aquatic equipment to rescue a 200lb person. Physically able to see, hear, and communicate clearly.
Able to read, write, and perform basic math to complete daily chemical logs and individual must possess strong organizational, budgetary, computer and communication skills, written and verbal.
Ability to communicate and work with all ages of campers and skill levels ID: 2017-10543 Center: Camp Duncan Street: 32405 North Highway 12 Hours per Week: 40
Variable Schedule: Hours vary based on schedule External Company Name: YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago External Company URL: www.ymcachicago.org/careers
Aquatic Attraction Guard, Shallow Water Attendant & Lifeguard
Aquatic Attraction Guard, Shallow Water Attendant & Lifeguard Aquatica San Antonio This position is for our 2018 season. Aquatica's operating schedule will being in March and end in September.
Primary Purpose: Ambassador is responsible of ensuring guest safety by providing patron surveillance, as well as preventing and responding to emergencies on land, attractions, and water.
Must be willing to work a flexible schedule that includes weekdays, weekends, and holidays. Must be able to stand and walk in extreme weather conditions for prolonged periods of time. Must be successfully pass pre-requisite Swim Test for one of 3 classifications of lifeguard.
Must be able to obtain an American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuer certification as well as one of the following lifeguarding certifications: Aquatic Attraction Lifeguard (0 – 3 ft), Shallow Water Lifeguard (0 – 5 ft) or Lifeguard (0 – 6+ ft) Must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Must be willing to work as part of a team.
Must be able to multitask while maintaining a positive attitude to ensure excellent guest services. Must be willing to comply with all SEA grooming guidelines and employment standards. Must be able to successfully complete all legal, company and department training requirements to include but not limited to passing required tests and certifications within established timelines.
Basic Duties and
Maintain patron surveillance on water attractions of varying depth (maximum assigned depth based on level of certification), including waterslide dispatch. Prevent and respond to guest and ambassador emergencies.
Maintain an acceptable level of proficiency of park knowledge, water rescue, CPR/AED, and First Aid Skills. Attend scheduled in-service training and participate in regular audits to maintain or increase skill level. Maintain cleanliness and quality of Aquatica waterpark and support areas.
Consistently practice safe work habits including, but not limited to use of personal protective equipment, lifting and reporting of unsafe situations. Work as part of a team to increase productivity. Provide excellent service to guests and ambassadors.
Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor. Other duties as assigned by leadership. NOTE - STATUS INFORMATION:
Part-time ambassadors are year-round employees. They will be scheduled in accordance with our operating schedule and will need to be available weekends, 4-6 days a week during spring break and summer, as well as holidays.
Hours may vary based on business need on a year-round basis. (Additional hour opportunities may be available during Aquatica's off-season.) Seasonal ambassadors will be scheduled in accordance with the 2018 operating schedule which could include weekdays, weekends, evenings and holidays.
Hours will vary based on business need and employment will not exceed 180 days (6 months). Please see available seasons below: Spring+Summer Season: Seasonal ambassador must be available to begin work in March to end no earlier than Aug/Sept.
Ideal candidates will be available to work spring break (March 10-18). Summer Season: Seasonal ambassador must be available to begin work in May/June to end no earlier than Sept.
Ideal candidates will be available to work until Sept 23rd.
You will select desired status once you "Apply For This Job" below. More Information Park Name: Aquatica San Antonio Location:
San Antonio, TX Requisition Number: 5378 Status: Part Time, Seasonal Pay Rate: $8.30 - $10.08/hr Relocation Provided: No Closing Date: 5/31/2018 11:59 PM ET
Lifeguard - Woodlake Aquatic Fitness Center
SwimMetro Management is a full service pool management company specialized in providing seasonal lifeguard staff to community pools during the summer.
We have immediate openings for Part Time Lifeguards to work evening and weekend shifts at the Woodlake Aquatic Fitness Center. The professionalism, maturity, and commitment level of each staff member is critical to our success. We are looking for responsible, dependable, hardworking individuals to fill these positions.
Aside from working with your friends, helping your friends and neighbors have fun at the pool and the gratifying feeling of helping those in need, SwimMetro also offers the following:
- Flexible hours
- Further training in aquatics and safety
- A local, responsive and highly experienced supervisor and administrative staff to help you throughout your employment and beyond.
- Competitive pay
- Management positions and promotion opportunities to help build your resume
Lifeguard- Part Time
Summary- To help ensure a safe, clean and enjoyable swimming environment.
- Effectively monitor the pool area to prevent injuries and provide care as necessary.
- Examine injured persons and administer first aid or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, if necessary, using training, medical supplies and equipment.
- Contact emergency medical personnel in case of serious injury.
- Rescue distressed persons, using American Red Cross rescue techniques and equipment.
- Maintain quality of pool water by testing chemical levels and performing regular maintenance to the pool and pool filtration system.
- Maintain sanitary conditions of all other facilities within the pool area including bathrooms and pool deck.
- Perform other work as assigned by management or supervisors to ensure the safety and cleanliness of the pool facility.
- Must have an American Red Cross Lifeguard certification. Interested in working but not certified? SwimMetro also offers American Red Cross Lifeguard Training! Visit www.swimmetro.com- Training & Certification, to view our course schedule and register for a course.
Apply today at www.swimmetro.com- Employment
We are currently hiring Part Time and Full Time Lifeguards for the upcoming 2018 swim season for pools located in Richmond, Midlothian, Mechanicsville, Glen Allen and Chester. The professionalism, maturity, and commitment level of each staff member is critical to our success. We are looking for responsible, dependable, hardworking individuals to fill these positions.
Physical Therapist - Aquatic Therapy
We are seeking a Physical Therapist to join our team! We are outpatient orthopedic base office with aquatic therapy. Multiple office location; Linden, Hackensack, Newark ( Iron Bound Area ) and Garfield.
- Develop and implement physical therapy programs that focus on rehabilitation
- Work directly with patients to achieve maximum physical recovery
- Evaluate effects of therapy treatment and communicate patients' progress
- Record and document patient care services
- Collaborate with other team personnel to achieve well-rounded care
- Previous experience in physical therapy, rehabilitation, or other related field
- Ability to handle physical workload
- Ability to build rapport with patients
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong leadership qualities
Aquatic Fitness Instructor
Required: High School Diploma or GED
Required: CPR Certification including Automated External Defibrillation (AED)
Required: Two years teaching experience as a water aerobics instructor
Required: Aquatic Exercise Association Instructor Certification
Preferred: Arthritis Exercise Instructor Certification
The Aquatic Fitness Instructor is responsible for instructing a variety of aquatic exercise classes as well as choreographing routines and coordinating music. This position requires the ability to deliver safe and effective group exercise instruction to class participants with varying fitness levels. Plans and teaches correct fitness methods in a logical progression, demonstrating the ability to develop various workout routines to include; the use of equipment, ongoing motivation, and feedback regarding proper execution of movements.
Physical Therapist / PT - PRN - Aquatic Therapy
As one of the nation’s leading providers of contract rehabilitation and wellness services, Aegis Therapies® applies proven techniques to help individuals move through life to increase their freedom and independence. Aegis has more than 7,500 employees providing short-term and long-term therapy services in over 1,400 locations in 41 states. Aegis Therapies leverages the power of collaboration to help patients transition seamlessly throughout the care continuum. No matter the setting, we specialize in providing services that adapt to each individual’s needs. Our therapists use leading-edge technology and innovation to help restore strength and confidence after illness, injury or surgery. We help individuals return to the activities they love with targeted rehabilitation and wellness services provided in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Explore our open positions today. When you join our team, you will always be a step ahead of the latest technologies and industry standards. At Aegis Therapies, you can build your professional skills and reach your most ambitious goals. That’s what being a true industry leader is all about. Our settings typically include:
Skilled nursing facilities
Assisted living facilities
Continuing care retirement communities
Hospital inpatient rehab units
Medically oriented gyms
Private homes GENERAL PURPOSE Performs evaluations and develops effective patient treatment plans to restore, maintain or prevent decline of patient function, by planning and administering medically prescribed therapy treatments in accordance with federal, state and professional standards governing the treatment location. ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES
Meets the patient’s goals and needs and provides quality care by assessing and interpreting evaluations and test results; determining treatment plans in consultation with physicians, and by prescription. Helps patients accomplish treatment plan and secures necessary supplies and adaptive equipment for patients to facilitate independence
Administers therapy statements according to a treatment plan approved by the attending physician. Directs treatments given by aides and assistants. Complies with company protocol for patient rounding
Evaluates effects of therapy treatments by observing, noting and evaluating patient’s progress; providing medically necessary treatment plan and modifications
Manage the appropriate therapy minutes for patients based on individual clinical needs; Participates in the Q & A process for rehab related issues. Accuracy in completion of MDS or OASIS items per workflow model
Assures continuation of therapeutic plan following discharge by designing patient specific maintenance programs; instructing patients, families and/or caregivers in follow-up maintenance programs; recommending and/or providing assistive equipment; recommending outpatient or home health follow-up programs.
Documents patient care services by charting in patient and department records according to accepted regulatory, corporate and professional guidelines. Records daily treatment charges per corporate procedures. Documentation will be completed using a company furnished hand held electronic device (i.e. Ipad).
Protects patients and employees by adhering to treatment location infection control policies and protocols and keeping information confidential per company and federal requirements. Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with treatment location and department procedures, rules and regulations.
Ensures proper operation of equipment by complying with company procedures and following manufacturer’s instructions
Provides services in multiple settings (including skilled nursing, assisted living, patient homes, and outpatient) as determined by supervisor and patient/resident need including community based services such as home health and wellness activities as required. QUALIFICATIONS
Graduate from Physical Therapy program
Current license as a Physical Therapist in the state of practice
Must meet Clinical Competency requirements
Current CPR certification, preferred
Ability to travel within 50 minutes of your assigned primary building(s) as needed.
Must be capable of maintaining regular attendance KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES & BEHAVIORS
Ability to communicate in English, both verbally and in writing
Good problem-solving skills
Good computer skills including use of desktop computers and handheld devices with ability to learn company or customer systems
Must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding patient, employee and company proprietary information
Must have the ability to relate professionally and positively and work cooperatively with patients, families, and other employees at all levels PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS
Mobility, standing, pushing, pulling, reaching, bending, walking, heavy lifting, fine hand coordination, ability to hear, ability to read and write, ability to detect odors, and ability to remain calm under stress.
Hearing (corrected) adequate for oral/aural communication with patients, staff, family, visitors, etc.
Vision (corrected) adequate for reading.
Intelligible speech and normal language / cognitive skills.
Must be able to push patients in a wheelchair or stretchers.*
Lifting of patients*, equipment or supplies will be required up to 20 pounds frequently, up to 50 pounds occasionally and up to 100 pounds rarely.
Sitting, standing, and walking required throughout the day.
Job duties sometimes require climbing stairs, kneeling, twisting, bending; on occasion, crouching, crawling and reaching overhead.
Must be able to transfer patients.*
Must be able to demonstrate any appropriate exercise and activities to patients / caregivers.
Work in a fast-paced clinical environment.
Weekend and holiday work may be required.
Work environment is primarily indoors but occasionally outdoors.
- Several task and job duties involve a risk of exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). EOE Statement: Aegis Therapies, Inc. ("the Company") is committed to a diverse workforce. For detailed information on your rights, and in order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Act, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process may contact our Human Resources Service Center at 1-877-858-9013 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. The affirmative action plan will be made available for applicants to review M - F, from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Please contact the location leader to schedule. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Drug-Free Workplace. Click here: https://www.mycare.com/PublicFile/65f11946-5238-4db3-8dc8-9668ee3e78d6 Work Type: Casual Category: Physical Therapy - Lees Summit, MO - Missouri EOE Statement: Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. DrugFree Workplace.
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