We are pleased you are interested in joining our team and encourage you to explore the current opportunities below. In addition to the below employment opportunities, we also offer unpaid college internship opportunities. We are a center-based, school-year program and prefer individuals with pediatric experience. Sisu has a flexible, family-friendly work environment. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Interested candidates must submit a resume and completed employment application. Completed application packets may be sent to Human Resources at PO Box 5758, Gainesville, GA 30504, e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or faxed to 770-535-0252. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. All employment is contingent on mandatory participation in a pre-employment drug screen and criminal records check.
1. Physical Therapist
The Physical Therapist will carry out an individualized program of physical therapy including assessment, treatment, planning, implementation, education, and communication to maximize a patient's progress toward achieving functional goals. The Physical Therapist will also maintain a positive working relationship with other health professionals and staff at the center.
- Provides direct patient care, evaluates functional needs and outcomes, and consults with other specialists. Reviews patients’ functional needs and adjusts care plans to ensure optimal patient outcomes.
- Designs and implements a plan of care for patients based on a thorough assessment of potential development and incorporates participation by significant others whenever it seems appropriate.
- Conducts therapy practice within defined standards of care.
- Directs the assistance of support staff to achieve patients’ functional goals.
- Communicates effectively with other professional and support staff to achieve positive patient outcomes.
- Practices hospital and departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality improvement program, safety, environmental, and infection control standards.
- Documents evaluations, treatment goals, and plans. Regularly updates documentation and maintains prescriptions and signatures.
- Enhances professional growth and development of self and others through participation in educational programs, in-service meetings, and workshops. Keeps up to date on professional literature.
- Provides direction and leadership to staff and acts as a resource to promote physical therapy in the community.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
- Knowledge and skills to care for the physical and developmental needs of the population age groups that will be receiving services.
- Ability to remain calm in emergency or crisis situations.
Minimal Training, Experience, Background and Skills:
- Graduate of an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) approved physical therapy program with a DPT.
- Prefer one year of pediatric experience.
- Current license from the state Board of Physical Therapy Examiners.
Applicants for PT can send Ashley Carter a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
2. Special Education Paraprofessional
Special Education Paraprofessionals are responsible for providing support to the teacher, children, and community volunteers in the morning early intervention program, and may also have extended-day schedules and duties providing quality programs to children enrolled in the afternoon program. Successful employees have positive attitudes, excellent teamwork skills, and flexibility to change and adapt.
Prefer a minimum of Technical College Certificate in Early Childhood Education or Child Development and six months experience in a licensed center; require high school diploma or G.E.D. and age 18; Must provide proof of educational qualification. Mandatory participation in a pre-employment drug screen and criminal records check; Ability to physically handle duties that may include, but are not limited to, lifting up to 60 lbs, carrying children, and participating in floor level activity.
3. Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
Join our growing ABA team! This position is perfect for someone looking for a healthy "work/life" balance. Our RBTs will work with a dynamic team of BCBAs, speech, occupational and physical therapists as well as experienced early childhood and special educators. All ABA services are center-based at one location. This is a full-year potision with school breaks and a modified summer schedule.
- Be at least 18 years old
- Have a high school diploma
- Complete the requisite 40 hours of training, overseen by either a BCBA, BCaBA, or BCBA-D
- Complete and pass the RBT Competency Assessment, in which an assessor observes and evaluates your performance of RBT tasks (in person, live via the internet, or through recorded videos)
- Complete and pass the RBT exam, which is comprised of 75 multiple-choice questions and assesses the applicant’s knowledge of the RBT Task List
- Abide by the RBT Ethics Code Registered Behavior Technician will complete the following task under supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
- Mandatory drug-screen and criminal records check