Company: The Arora Group, Inc.
Location: Camp LeJeune
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Currently recruiting a Physical Therapist (PT) to work at
MARSOC Headquarters at Stone Bay, Camp LeJeune, near
Jacksonville, North Carolina. The Physical Therapist
provides care for our nation s active duty service members. The
Physical Therapist (PT) is a full-time position, 40 hours
per week, 8.5- or 10.5-hour days, Monday-Friday, between 4: 00AM
and 8: 00PM. Occasional travel up to 10% may be expected. Full
benefits, including 17 days did vacation/sick leave and 10 paid
DUTIES OF THE PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PT):
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PT):
- Provide a level of productivity comparable to that of other
Physical Therapists assigned to the MTF, and region as applicable,
and authorized the same scope of practice.
- Provide appropriate therapeutic procedures and provide a full
range of therapy services in support of patient referrals from the
following specialties: Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, General
Medicine and Surgery, Primary Care Clinic, Internal Medicine,
Neurology, Rheumatology, and other referrals approved by Department
- All patient contact and care shall be safe, timely, result in
achievement of realistic and documented treatment goals, and comply
with or satisfy the intent of the referring medical staff. Contact
referring medical provider regarding patient care concerns, as
- Administer comprehensive physical therapy evaluation, planning,
and treatment of all age groups for individuals with impairments in
their neuromusculoskeletal, functional capacity, and/or respiratory
and circulatory efficiency as outlined in the scope of practice and
individual provider credentials for this MTF.
- Administer treatments involving application of compression
therapy and various physical agent modalities supported at the MTF
and within the individual providers credentials. Evaluate effects
of treatment at various stages and adjust treatments to achieve
- Observe patients during treatments and discuss progress with
clinical support staff in order to compile and evaluate data on
patients' response and progress with treatments, and change
treatment plan accordingly.
- Document assessments, tests, treatments and progress in the
medical record at each visit. Record alterations of treatment plans
and patient' s reactions as needed. Document actions taken such as
patient history, patient evaluation, treatments/adjustments,
discharge recommendations, unusual occurrences, and morbidity in
accordance with the MTF operating procedures.
- Instruct patient and family in treatment procedures to be
continued at home.Evaluate, fit, and adjust prosthetic and orthotic
devices and recommend modification as required.
- Confer with members of the physical therapy staff, staff
physicians, other departments, and other rehabilitation team
members. Either individually, in conference or through various
approved electronic means, to exchange, discuss and evaluate
patient information for planning, modifying and coordinating
treatment programs in order to provide complete care to
- Provide orientation, direction, oversight, and instruction to
Physical therapists, Physical Therapy assistants, military
technicians, other therapy staff (as needed for cross training
purposes), general duty corpsman, therapy aides, and
volunteers/students in accordance with departmental standard
operating procedure (SOP) and direction from
- Act as a clinical instructor for physical therapy and other
health care students assigned to the department. Plan and conduct
lectures and training programs on physical therapy related subjects
for staff, students and patients. Provide input and attend
rehabilitation team meetings, seminars, and quality assurance
- Participate in gathering data for command approved, clinically
focused military research projects that have been granted proper
Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval. Participation will not
divert expected productivity requirements of the HCW.
- Participate in peer review activities.
- Maintain department records and files in accordance with
facility policies. Perform coding of patient encounters and
workload timekeeping requirements as directed. Document, unusual
occurrences and morbidity in accordance with MTF operating
- In addition to the personal appearance standards given in the
basic contract, the PT shall maintain the personal appearance
standards given in this paragraph. Uniform shall consist of a
collared Polo-like shirt with Khaki-like pants, and
footwear/outerwear appropriate for the work location.
- Assure cleanliness and orderliness in the work area. Perform
clinically based clerical duties, such as taking inventory,
ordering supplies, answering telephone, taking messages, filling
out forms, and scheduling/dispositioning patients.
- Maintain and care for department equipment and supplies and
storage. Prepare treatment areas for incoming patients. Transport
patients to department and prepare patients and equipment for
- Attend meetings, complete administrative tasks and participate
in departmental processes as directed by leadership.
- Certification - Possess one of the following:
- Possess a certification through the American Board of Physical
Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) as either an Orthopedic Clinical
Specialist (OCS) or Sports Clinical Specialist (SCS) or possess
certification as an athletic trainer (ATC) or possess certification
as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through
the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
- Have a minimum of three-years of full-time experience in the
last four years working as a physical therapist working in a sports
medicine and/or military setting.
- Must be a graduate of a Physical Therapy program accredited by
the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education
- Have advanced level training and a certification in Dry
Needling, with one year experience utilizing the modality in a
sport medicine setting.
- Have completed post-graduate training in manual therapy through
completion of CEU course.
- Be capable of meeting physical demands of training with SOF
including the ability to hike over rough terrain and function in
austere environments to observe Special Operations Forces (SOF)
training evolutions and the ability to assist with strength and
conditioning testing and training protocols and lift and manipulate
loads or weights up to 20 kilograms.
- Certification in Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
- Licensure/Registration: Current, full, active, and unrestricted
license to practice as a physical therapist.
- Possess and maintain Basic Life Support certification.
- Computer skill competency test required.
- U.S. Citizen (required for access to Government computer
- Ability to be granted a Secret Security clearance.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS FOR THE PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PT):
ABOUT THE ARORA GROUP:
- Competitive pay
- 10 days paid time off per year plus 7 sick days per year
- 10 paid Federal holidays
- Health & Welfare allowance offsets the cost of health
insurance, long and short-term disability, and life insurance
- Dental and vision plans offered, 401(k)
The Arora Group is an award-winning, Joint Commission-certified
nationwide healthcare services company that, for almost 30 years,
has provided medical care for the men and women who serve our
country in the U.S. Armed Forces. Our mission is to provide
world-class care and give our healthcare professionals
opportunities to improve their skills, learn from the best, and
serve the needs of active duty service members, their families, and
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
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