We have two fantastic job opportunities right now at Gifford Medical Center in beautiful central Vermont:
Gifford Medical Center in beautiful Randolph, Vermont, is seeking a Physical Therapist to work in our Advanced Physical Therapy practice in Wilder, Vermont. This is a unique opportunity to work in a spectacular setting at a rural, financially stable, non-profit hospital with a progressive philosophy, supportive administrative team, and advanced technology.
Your teammates include several PTs and OTs, with a variety of experience levels and many with specialized areas of interest. Work for a strong rehabilitation department but in an established, personalized satellite clinic with another therapist. Opportunities include working in our aquatics program. We encourage those who wish to pursue a current discipline of interest, or develop specific skills in conjunction with the needs of the department.
The successful candidate will have strong time management skills, be a member of a team, and demonstrate critical thinking and strong patient care values. We offer a flexible schedule to fit the candidate and clinic’s needs. Current PT licensure by the State of Vermont required. EOE
Gifford Medical Center in beautiful Randolph, Vermont, is seeking a Speech/Language Pathologist to work in our multidisciplinary Rehab Services Department. This is a unique opportunity to work in a spectacular setting at a rural, financially stable, non-profit hospital with a progressive philosophy, supportive administrative team and advanced technology.
The Speech/Language Pathologist will be responsible for providing direct patient care services to the following patient populations: inpatients/outpatients/long-term care; developmentally delayed; laryngectomy; left and right hemisphere CVA; maxillofacial surgery; patients with congenital neurological impairment; patients with neurogenic degenerative diseases; temporary non-speaking patients; and those with specific language impairments.
This position provides assessment and treatment for: Aphasia; Augmentative Communications; Cognitive Rehabilitation; Developmental Language Impairment; Reading and Writing Disorders; Speech Disorders; Swallowing Disorders; and Voice Disorders. Actively participate in a team-oriented approach to care of the patient, while communicating in a positive and professional manner.
The successful applicant will be certified by American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, or in the process of obtaining certification. Requirements include eligible for state licensure, graduate from accredited program, and have completed CCC’s. Master’s level SLP training, expertise in voice, swallowing, early intervention, AAC preferred. EOE
For more information or to apply, contact Janice Davis,
Human Resources Supervisor, (802) 728-2634.