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Penn Medicine Princeton Health is currently searching for a Full Time, Days, Physical Therapy Aide at the Princeton Medical Center, Acute Rehab department.
Position Summary: The Rehabilitation Aide provides the necessary services within the Acute Rehab Department in order to achieve efficient operation of that department and maximize appropriate utilization of professional staff. Performs assigned non-professional functions. Rehabilitation aide assists the professional staff in the provision of direct patient care within the parameters established by the State Board of Physical Therapy.
All Princeton Health employees are required to receive an annual influenza vaccine unless they are granted a medical or religious exemption.
- High school education OR equivalent life experience
- Basic Life Saving (BLS) certification for healthcare providers from the American Heart Association
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required
- Professionalism essential
- Customer service orientation, a teamwork approach, flexibility, organizational and problem solving skills
- Computer Literacy
- High level of physical strength, stamina and agility is required
- Clinical Skills Fair (annually)
- Pushing/pulling/lifting/carrying up to 20 pounds- Occasionally
- Related experience
Join the Princeton Health family and be a part of Redefining Care in our community!
Princeton Health is a qualified employer under the rules of the Government Public Service Loan Forgiveness program & an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE M/F/D/V.