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Why Work For Olympic Rehab Center?


We look for talented individuals who want to make a changes in people’s lives.  Our values and culture always promote teamwork and patient satisfaction above all.  We have a diverse team that comes from various backgrounds and walks of life.  We learn and grow with each other.

Beyond the experience we look at what individuals are made of and how they want to contribute to helping this profession and the community.  We would love to speak to you so take a look at the benefits of working with us and the open positions we have.  Apply directly below!

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Current Job Openings


  • Physical Therapist
  • Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant
  • Billing Coordinator
  • Receptionist
Physical Therapist

Job Summary:

Provide skilled therapy intervention and treatment to patients in a rehab setting. Including, appropriate utilization of treatment plans and assessment skills. Monitor carefully the patient status and progress toward goals as well as compliance with physician’s orders. Responsible for educating patients and caregivers while preparing the patient/caregiver for discharge as appropriate.

Qualifications/Educational Requirements: 

  1. Successful completion of a physical therapy program at a school of physical therapy approved by the American Physical Therapy Association or the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association, or both.
  2. Licensed as a physical therapist in State of New Jersey.
  3. Minimum of two years of experience as a physical therapist.

Responsibilities: 

  1. Provide skilled physical therapy in accordance with the physician’s plan of treatment.
  2. Assist the physician in the evaluation and assessment of the client’s level of functioning by applying appropriate tests and assist in the development and revision of the plan of care.
  3. Treat clients to relieve pain, develop and restore function and maintain maximum performance using appropriate physical therapy treatments, modalities and procedures as stated in the physical therapy plan of care.
  4. Observe, record, and report the client’s reaction to treatment and any changes in the client’s condition to the physician, administrator
  5. Educate client/caregiver and health care team in the phases of physical therapy in which they may assist the client, in the use of prosthetic and orthotic devices, and durable medical equipment, as appropriate.
  6. Provide staff in-service education as directed by administrator
  7. Assess and regularly reevaluate the needs of the client. Develops implements and revises the client’s plan of care.
  8. Initiate diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the client’s care safety.
  9. Assist with plan of care and maintain continuity of and/or multidisciplinary clients whenever needed to ensure good coordination of care.
  10. Promote coordination of care through interdisciplinary case conferences and communication with physician and field staff.
  11. Develop, prepares and maintains individualized client care progress records with accuracy, timeliness and according to agency policy and procedures.
  12. Participate in the agency’s quality improvement program.
  13. Keep abreast of physical trends and knowledge for service provision, documentation and care coordination.
  14. Participate in staff meetings, in-service programs and Utilization reviews.
  15. Supervise the Physical Therapy Aide at least every 30 days.
Physical Therapist Assistant

Job Summary:

The Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant provides skilled therapy intervention and treatments to patients in a rehab setting while acting under the supervision of the Registered Physical Therapist. This care includes providing direct patient care according to the treatment plan established by the Registered Physical Therapist. Monitor carefully the patient’s status and progress toward goals as well as compliance with physician’s orders. PTA’s are responsible for educating patients and caregivers while preparing the patient/caregiver for discharge as appropriate.

Qualifications/Educational Requirements: 

  1. Graduate of a two-year college-level program approved by the American Physical Therapy Association.
  2. Licensed as a physical therapist assistant.
  3. Minimum of 2 years of physical therapy assistant experience.

Responsibilities: 

  1. Implement physical therapy services in accordance with the plan of treatment developed by the physical therapist, signed by the physician and planned, delegated and supervised by the PT.
  2. Treat clients to relieve pain, develop and restore function and maintain maximum performance using appropriate physical therapy treatments, modalities and procedures as stated in the physical therapy plan of care.
  3. Observe, record, and report the client’s reactions to treatment and any changes in the client’s condition to the PT and/or Director of Nurses.
  4. Collaborate with the PT in assisting the physician in assessing the client’s functional level by applying appropriate tests. Assist in the development and revision of the plan of care.
  5. Complete clinical notes and progress reports according to agency policy and time frames.
  6. Attend and participate with care conferences to ensure coordination of care.
  7. Participate in the agency’s quality improvement program.
  8. Keep abreast of physical therapy trends and knowledge.
  9. Participate with in-service programs.
Occupational Therapist

Job Summary:

Provide skilled therapy intervention and treatment to patients in the rehab therapy. This care includes appropriate utilization of treatment plans and assessment skills. Careful monitoring of the patient’s status and progress toward goals as well as compliance with physician’s orders. Responsible for educating patients and caregivers while preparing the patient/caregiver for discharge as appropriate.

Qualifications/Educational Requirements: 

  1. Graduate of an Occupational Therapy curriculum accredited jointly by the Council on
  2. Medical Education of the American Medical Association and the American Occupational Therapy Association.
  3. Licensed as an Occupational Therapist in State of New Jersey.
  4. Minimum of two years experience as an occupational therapist.

Responsibilities: 

  1. Implement occupational therapy services in accordance with physician’s plan of treatment.
  2. Assist the physician in the evaluation and assessment of the client’s level of
    functioning by applying appropriate tests and assist in the development and revision of the plan of care.
  3. Treat the client through use of therapeutic activities designed to restore function and self care activities for improving function.
  4. Observe, record and report the clients’ reaction to treatment and any changes in the clients’ condition to the physician, Director of Nurses and Case Manager.
  5. Educate client/caregiver and health care team in the phases of occupational therapy in which they may assist the client, in the use of adaptive devices, and durable medical equipment, as appropriate.
  6. Provides staff in-service education as directed by DON.
  7. Assess and regularly re-evaluate the needs of the client, develop, implement and revise the client’s plan of care.
  8. Initiate diagnostic, preventive and rehabilitative procedures as appropriate to the client’s care safety.
  9. Assist with plan of care and maintain continuity of multidisciplinary clients whenever needed to ensure good coordination of care.
  10. Promote coordination of care through interdisciplinary case conferences and communication with physician and field staff.
  11. Develop, prepare and maintain individualized client care progress records with accuracy, timeliness and according to policies. Submit accurate documentation in accordance with agency policies.
  12. Keep abreast of occupational trends and knowledge for service provision, documentation and care coordination.
  13. Participate in staff meetings, in-service programs and Utilization reviews.
  14. Participate in the agency’s quality improvement program.
  15. Supervise the Occupational Therapy Aide at least every 30 days.
Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant

Job Summary:

Provide skilled therapy intervention and treatments to patients in the rehab setting supervised by the Registered Occupational Therapist.  Care includes providing direct patient care according to the treatment plan established by the registered OT. Careful monitoring of patient status, progress toward goals and compliance with physician’s orders. Responsible for teaching patients and their caregivers while preparing the patient and family for discharge as appropriate.

Qualifications/Educational Requirements:

  1. Graduate of an accredited two-year college level program approved by the American Occupational Therapy Association
  2. Licensed as an occupational therapy assistant.
  3. Minimum of two years experience as an occupational therapy assistant.

Responsibilities: 

  1. Implement occupational therapy services in accordance with physician’s plan of treatment. Treatment is developed by the OT, signed by the physician, and planned, delegated and supervised by the OT.
  2. Implement use of orthotics designed by the OT as indicated by the client’s condition and needs.
  3. Treat the client through use of therapeutic activities designed to restore function and self care activities for improving function under the direction of the OT.
  4. Observe, record and report the client’s reaction to treatment and any changes in the client’s condition to the OT and/or administrator.
  5. Participate in instructing the client, family and other health team personnel in the exercise program developed by the OT for strengthening and controlling the client’s upper extremities.
  6. Cooperate with OT and appropriate staff to provide staff education when requested and arranged by the DON.
  7. Demonstrate and teach alternate techniques developed by the OT to complete activities of daily living, proper transfer and positioning.
  8. Assist the OT in ordering and/or fabricating adaptive/assistive devices and equipment.
  9. Attend client care conferences. Initiate client care conferences for complex and/or multidisciplinary clients when needed or helpful to ensure good coordination of care.
  10. Develop, prepare and maintain individualized client care progress records with accuracy, timeliness and according to policies. Submit accurate documentation in accordance with agency policies.
  11. Keep abreast of occupational therapy trends and knowledge.
  12. Participate in in-service programs.
Billing Coordinator

Job Summary:

The Billing Coordinator will report to the Administrator.  The billing coordinator will assist with insurance verification, scheduling and accounts bookkeeping.

Qualifications/Educational Requirements:

  1. High School Education, college preferred
  2. Business office experience preferred.
  3. Health care experience preferred.
  4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Speak, read, write and comprehend English.
  5. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlines.
  6. Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  7. Self-starter

Responsibilities: 

  1. Ensures patient information is correctly and accurately transferred to the central billing office
  2. Confirms eligibility and benefits and EDS eligibility.
  3. Responsible for accepting payments and recording receipts to the individual patient ledger.
  4. Processes Third Party Payer Insurance Claims.
  5. Completes a financial assessment with new patients upon admission to the designated program.
  6. Assist with other duties within the clinic as assigned
Receptionist

Job Summary:

Provides clerical support including typing correspondence, reports, and documents; maintaining filing systems; and coordinating daily interoffice activities.

Qualifications/Educational Requirements:

  1. High School Education, college preferred
  2. Business office experience preferred.
  3. Health care experience preferred.
  4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Speak, read, write and comprehend English.
  5. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlines.
  6. Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  7. Self-starter

Responsibilities: 

  1. Plan, direct and control the client intake support functions.
  2. Direct administrative services and operations for the agency including, communications systems, space utilization, clerical support and mail services.
  3. Coordinate systems and procedures with medical records, data entry and personnel functions to ensure efficiency and accuracy in operations.
  4. Assists with paper work process for direct care staff.
  5. Promote compliance with all patient charts.
  6. Monitor systems, identify problem areas and develop and implement action plans.
  7. Control, monitor and order office and medical supplies and cleaning facility with start of day and at the end of shift. Make sure all rooms are clean garbage bags replaced and tidy.
  8. Prepare/conduct inventory control reports.
  9. Demonstrate a desire to set and meet objectives and to find increasingly efficient ways to perform tasks.
  10. Performs job in compliance with agency policies and procedures as well as community and professional standards.
  11. Communicates necessary information to Supervisor and management team to ensure coordination of services and activities.


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