Olympic Sports & Spine (OSS) is seeking Physical Therapists interested in becoming aClinic Manager for OSS. We are seeking Physical Therapists with at least 2 years of outpatient, orthopaedic experience, management and leadership skills, and a keen interest in leading a successful outpatient orthopaedic clinic. Candidates with prior clinic management experience are preferred. Clinic Managers are responsible for the day to day operations of the clinic, including, but not limited to patient care, personnel management, physician relations, and financial management.
One of OSS's strengths is manager mentorship. Every manager is partnered with an experienced management mentor from day one. The partnership is perpetual, providing ongoing expert mentoring. New managers also complete a year-long manager mentorship program, offering hands-on skill development and deep and broad understanding of practice management. OSS does not require candidates to be experienced in all aspects of the managerial job, but rather, demonstrate the interest and capacity to excel.
Clinic Managers at OSS are also afforded extraordinary professional opportunities. Our managers direct a variety of clinical programs as diverse as Pelvic Health and Industrial Rehabilitation, are leaders of our multi-faceted clinical education programming which includes residency and fellowship programs, are the cornerstone of our national recruiting strategy, and are big part of our events and promotions, just to name a few examples. It is a fun, diverse professional life defined by great people, and most notably, an extraordinary group of fellow managers.
At OSS, we treat one patient at a time, all the time. We do not double book appointments and we do not use aides to treat patients. The patients are our priority and our one-on-one approach gives our therapists the best chance to get them well. Our priorities are also reflected in our exceptional learning environment. Our clinical mentorship, residency and other continuing education opportunities set us apart. But most of all, it is the quality of our work environment that matters most Our clinics are fun; full of supportive colleagues who all share an interest in creating the best possible place to work.
If this is the kind of workplace you have been looking for, we want to hear from you.
1 Degree in Physical Therapy from an institution accredited by Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education
2. Minimum of 2 years of experience as a Physical Therapist in an outpatient, orthopaedic setting.
3. Demonstration of leadership role/activity in previous position(s)
4. Current State Physical Therapist License (or license applicant status)
5. Current CPR certification