Physiotherapist I

Location: Stettler, Alberta, Canada

Requisition #: ALB00329049

Salary Range: $37.30 – $49.65 per hour

Job Type: Regular Full Time

Your Opportunity:

Settler Hospital and Care centre is looking for a compassionate and caring Physiotherapist. The program is a progressive and expanding service with a commitment to professional development and excellence. The Settler Hospital and Care centre provides care for outpatients and community patients with injuries through an interdisciplinary approach.

Reporting to the Unit Manager, The Physiotherapist I will be responsible for assessment of patients as well as development, implementation, and evaluation of individual treatment programs according to professional practice standards. You will also be responsible for maintaining adequate treatment and progress records, attending treatment team conferences, and supervising the routines of therapy assistants. Unique to the site is covers long term care outpatients, dedicated therapy assistants on site offering support also what is unique for the department is reception area check in with the therapy assistants to filter through your patients that’s not common with other physiotherapy clinical settings.

Stettler is a small community that has also been experiencing steady economic growth in the past several years. The Town of Stettler’s most recent census in 2020 shows that the Town’s population is current at 5851, with the County of Stettler housing a population of 5343. There have been several large businesses that have moved into the area, such as Wal-Mart, Tim Horton’s, The Brick, and Canadian Tire. Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions | A premier tourist attraction. ( It’s the perfect place to raise a family, to work and do business, and simply enjoy the good things in life.

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As the Physiotherapist I (PT), you will provide therapeutic interventions to enable clients to achieve optimum physical function and independence in development, disease, disability, chronic conditions, illness and functional decline. You will provide intervention (i.e. prevention, triage, screening, assessment, diagnosis, goal setting, treatment, management, education, consultation, fostering resourcefulness, case management, referral and transition support to individuals, groups, populations and communities. You will include clients and families as integral members of the health care team, encouraging their active participation in all aspects of care. The PT collaborates with patient(s) and families in determining, implementing and evaluating appropriate rehabilitation strategies. You will participate in a variety of interprofessional teams to build awareness, enrich supports and engage in quality improvement; partnering with healthcare providers, patients, families and other stakeholders to advance services for their clients. You will contribute to quality improvement and their professional community; participates in peer mentoring; and supervises students. You may provide clinical supervision to Therapy Assistants, Therapy Aides and Provisional Physiotherapists.


Degree from an accredited physiotherapy program Current registration with the Physiotherapy Alberta-College. Current Heart and Stroke – Basic Life Support Provider (BLS-HCP). Ability to exercise professional judgement and initiative. The ability to work collaboratively in an interdisciplinary team environment.

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