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We're Hiring Physical Therapists in Seward & Soldotna Alaska

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    Beth Bennett

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    Are you looking for an amazing career opportunity? Advanced Physical Therapy is the largest employee-owned practice in Alaska with five well-appointed clinics, and is currently seeking a Full-time Physical Therapists for our clinics located in Seward and Soldotna, AK. Any experience or interest in also doing Women’s Health PT would be given special consideration.

    All therapists at APT benefit in the training of IAOM-US (www.iaom-us.com) methodology in orthopedic evaluation and manual therapy treatment. This skill set allows us to speak the same language with both patients and physicians. We offer an amazing work environment, a team approach to patient care, and generous patient appointment time, allowing individualized care and flexible scheduling.

    Our Compensation is unparalleled!

    Salary: Generously negotiated based on experience.

    Sign-on bonus with minimum 3 year contract.

    Annual Continuing Education allowance and in-house sponsored mentorship program.

    Insurance package includes:

    • Health, dental and vision insurance at 85% employer paid

    • Short term disability, long term disability, professional liability, and life insurance at 100% Employer paid Pension and profit sharing program.

    Performance based bonus, monthly.

    Opportunity for employee buy-in after two years of employment.

    Work within a network of IAOM-US based clinics across the state.

    Generous PTO allowance.

    Begin your adventure with us today, and enjoy a statewide presence and professional support! To apply for this position, please email your C.V. to: dpastorino@aptak.com.

    To learn more about Advanced Physical Therapy of Alaska, check out our links below.

    Website: http://www.aptak.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AptAKAnchorage/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aptofalaska

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdvancedPTAK

    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/10612115

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