• Exercise Physiologist- NYC

    Location US-NY-New York
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/5/2018 12:52 PM)
    Job ID
    2017-9491
    Category
    Rehab Therapy - All Openings
    Emp Status
    Regular Part-Time
    Hours per Week
    24
    Shift
    Days
  • Overview

    Part Time Exercise Physiologist - NYC

    ( Mustbe available to work a variety of shift hours)

     

     

    Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) is seeking to hire a regular, part-time (24 hours/week) Exercise Physiologist, whose primary role is to provide general and sport specific exercise training and fitness testing services for clients across the spectrum of age, fitness level, and medical and orthopedic conditions. Familiarity and experience with senior clientele with various co-morbidities, as well as gait and movement mechanics analysis is a plus. The successful candidate should be flexible to work a variety of shifts on the main campus of HSS in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. 

     

    The successful candidate should be comfortable working in a collaborative, outpatient clinical setting, which includes other allied health practitioners such as physical/occupational/massage therapists.  The candidate will be expected to participate in community outreach initiatives, as well as having the opportunity to present at professional education conferences. 

     

    This is a unique opportunity for an individual with solid testing and training skills as well as superior customer service to join a growing program in a world-renowned academic medical center.

     

    Requirements

     

    To qualify you must have a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology or related field coupled with a minimum of 2 years training experience with wide variety of clientele.  Certifications from the ACSM (EP-C) or from the NSCA (CSCS) are required for employment.  This position is benefit eligible with a competitive salary structure.

     

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