Saint Peter's Healthcare System
  • Franklin Township, NJ, USA
  • Part Time

Saint Peter's Sports Medicine Institute offers a multidisciplinary approach to treatment that recognizes the unique relationship between sports medicine, orthopedic surgery, and physical rehabilitation.

We are currently looking for two Part-time Physical Therapy Aides to join our team! We have day and evening hours available.

These positions are benefits eligible!

The Physical Therapy Aide is responsible for preparing the patient and the treatment area.

This includes:

  • Greeting patients upon arrival and directing them to the treating therapist
  • Cleaning/organizing work area and disinfecting equipment after treatment
  • Maintaining equipment and furniture to keep in good working condition, including performing the assembly and disassembly of equipment and accessories
  • Anticipating needs of patients and therapist to ensure efficiency of clinic
  • Effectively communicating with patients and therapy staff.
  • Performing clerical duties, such as taking inventory, ordering supplies, answering the telephone, taking messages, and filling out forms.


  • Must have interpersonal skills sufficient to interact effectively with patients, visitors, families, peers, and healthcare professionals
  • Knowledge of clinical operations and procedures generally learned through on-the-job training.
  • Ability to monitor and/or maintain quality control standards.
  • Requires considerable physical activity including being on feet for long periods of time, heavy lifting, pushing, or pulling when transferring and moving patients and equipment. Physical work is a primary part (more than 70%) of job.

Grade 110

Saint Peter's Healthcare System
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