ATTENTION: This position requires graduation as a Doctor of Physical Therapy (or equivalent standing) and a state license as a Physical Therapist.
Physical Therapist – Full-time or Part-Time
Outpatient Orthopedic Clinic
Warner Robbins, GA
For any questions about this position, feel free to call or text us at (414) 465 - 2252. Thank you for your interest!
We’re hiring a Physical Therapist or Clinic Manager for an Outpatient Orthopedic Clinic in Warner Robbins, GA. The selected candidate will work in a dynamic outpatient orthopedic setting, treating patients of all ages with health-related conditions to reduce pain and improve or restore mobility.
Our clinic is committed to providing the highest quality patient care, and we are seeking a Physical Therapist who is a team player, with a passion for building relationships with patients, staff, and the community. We support and mentor new grad Physical Therapists, and prior experience is not required.
Full-time Physical Therapists at our clinic are expected to see 55 patients per week. Full-time is preferred, part-time candidates with 20 hours of availability per week will also be considered. Clinic Managers will perform a mix of managerial responsibilities and will provide direct patient care.
If you're eligible for Georgia state licensure as a Physical Therapist or are graduating from a related university program, we invite you to join our winning team.
To learn more about this exciting opportunity, please contact Jennifer Dahlin at (414) 465 - 2252 (call or text) or ENGAGE@careertreenetwork.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
- Graduation as a Doctor of Physical Therapy (or equivalent standing).
- Eligible for Georgia state licensure as a Physical Therapist.
- Be a team player. Build relationships with patients, staff, and the community.
- New Grad Physical Therapists will be supported and mentored for the staff-level role.
- 1 year of prior experience is required for the Clinic Manager position.
- Full-time preferred. Part-time candidates with 20 hours of availability will also be considered.