June 28, 2015

Careers at FSM

Physical Therapist Position - Full-Time (32 hours)

An Early Intervention Physical Therapist position is available at Family Service Madison Bridges for Families Birth to 3 Program.

The Early Intervention Physical Therapist works as a multi-disciplinary team member to promote and enhance the development of infants and toddlers with developmental delays, diagnosed medical conditions and disabilities. The Physical Therapist will use evidence-based coaching and teaming early intervention practices to enhance the capacity of parents and care providers through relationship- based approaches. The Early Intervention Physical Therapist will provide ongoing developmental learning opportunities for children within daily routines and activities in the natural environment, in the family’s home and community, with respect given to each family’s culture. The Physical Therapist will work in collaboration with health and educational systems and other community resources. The Physical Therapist will practice in accordance with Federal IDEA Part C regulations, WI Department of Health Services DHS Chapter 90, and Family Service Madison policies and procedures.

1. Valid license to practice as a physical therapist in the state of Wisconsin
2. Home visiting experience with infants, toddlers and their families is preferred
3. Experience working as a multi-disciplinary team member
4. Reliable vehicle and valid driver's license

Eligible candidates must pass a Wisconsin caregiver background check and criminal history screening.

Hours:  Full-time, 32 hours. Would consider part-time, 20 hours or less

To apply, send your completed application (form below) and a resume to Julie.
• By mail:  Family Service Madison
Attn: Julie
128 E. Olin Ave. Ste. 100
Madison, WI  53713

FSM Application Form

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