Johns Hopkins Medicine Sports Physical Therapy Clinical Specialist in White Marsh, Maryland
Sports Physical Therapy Clinical Specialist
Johns Hopkins Hospital/Johns Hopkins Health System,
White Marsh, MD
Requisition # 149727
Full Time (40 hours)
Weekend Work Not Required
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The Sports Physical Therapy Residency Program at the Johns Hopkins Hospital is searching to find a qualified residency director for our program that is currently in the accreditation process. The purpose of the clinical specialist is to ensure that sports physical therapy resident(s) in training are adequately prepared to complete the program meeting the criteria to sit for their specialization exam. The job duties for the director include providing patient care, serving as a clinical mentor, and administrative activity promoting resident education and development.
Full-time, Day Shift
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Pay Grade: CO
Master's or Doctoral degree in a relevant field such as physical therapy or education.
Graduate of a CAPTE accredited Physical Therapy program; licensed as a Physical Therapist issued by the Maryland Physical Therapist Licensing Board.
ABPTS certified in Sports Physical Therapy, or Orthopedic Physical Therapy. Certified in athletic training optional. AHA Healthcare Provider CPR required.
Ideally this candidate will be board certified in sports or orthopedic physical therapy with at least 8 years of clinical experience. Some experience working with high school, collegiate, professional and/or Olympic teams/athletes is highly recommended, and an athletic training degree is optional but not required.
At least eight years relevant physical therapy experience including experience as a clinical practitioner, supervisor/manager, and/or clinical instructor.
Demonstrates knowledge in and application of the principles, practices and techniques of instructional design, clinical education / training program development /evaluation and current sports physical therapy practice.
Experience working in outreach environments with high school, collegiate, professional, or Olympic athletes is preferred.
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