School Physical Therapist Open Role for Summer Semester & New School Year | Hemet, CA

Hemet, CA
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School Physical Therapist Open Role for Summer Semester & New School Year | Hemet, CA 

Sunbelt Staffing is dedicated to placing quality healthcare professionals to their dream jobs! With over 30 years as a business, Sunbelt’s priority is to build lasting relationships with healthcare professionals and school districts to facilitate superior services to students in need.

Now that you know a bit about us, we would like to learn more about you! We are searching for a skilled Physical Therapist to join the team at a school district near the Hemet, California area.

We are currently interviewing for this job opening. 

This position is for the summer semester and the upcoming new school year. The Physical Therapist will be working with students in PreK-8th grade. The role is 3 days a week, and 7 hours a day for the summer semester. The candidate can voice if they prefer part or full-time hours for the upcoming new school year. This position will require the Therapist to be onsite.

Job Details: 

  • Summer Semester Start: TBD, but in Mid-June
  • New School Year Start: First week of August 
  • PT will supervise and conduct evaluations
  • Mild-moderate disabilities
  • Ensure safe and accessible educational environments for staff and students
  • Aid classroom teachers and other educational personnel in incorporating movement and activity into instruction


  • California Physical Therapist License 
  • Ability to work onsite 
  • Previous school-based or pediatric experience 

Please contact Alina Rosales directly at (813)-518-6900 and/or if you are interested in this position in the area. You can also schedule a time to chat at here.

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