• Therapy Manager - Therapy Program Director

    920 W. Highway 46
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  • Overview

    Paragon Rehabilitation works across a vast continuum of healthcare environments including hospitals, skilled nursing, assisted living and home health. We foster trust, build relationships, and strive for excellence; for our partners, for our employees, and most importantly, for the people we care for. Our teams of physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists empower people to achieve what they never thought possible: their maximum independence.


    At Paragon, our success begins with hiring the right employees. We believe that if we treat our employees like royalty they will treat our customers like royalty. Our customer-oriented culture places the emphasis on Customer Service, Teamwork, Attention to Detail, and Customer and Satisfaction. Employment with us is more than just a job. It's an opportunity for professional and personal growth. We believe that our success is the direct result of providing outstanding service that exceeds expectations to our residents, family members and our more than 2,400 employees.

    When you join our team, you work with dedicated healthcare professionals who extend a spirit of caring to our residents and co-workers alike.  Begin advancing your therapy career today and enjoy the personal satisfaction that comes from working in a compassionate, progressive environment.


    Are you compassionately committed to customer service and have the ability to lead and motivate a team? If so, we would like to hear from you!


    Paragon Rehabilitation, a subsidiary of Trilogy Health Services LLC, is currently seeking a Full Time licensed Therapy Manager/ Rehab Manager/ Therapy Director at Owen Valley Health Campus, a dynamic and innovative Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living health campus in Spencer,IN.


    The Therapy Program Director will lead the therapy/rehab team in our health campus. Candidates must hold an active or pending therapy state license in order to apply for this position.


    We invite you to learn more about our unique culture and the exciting opportunities that exist within our organization. 


    • Graduate of an accredited Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program and hold a current license as a physical or occupational therapist or speech-language pathologist, or be a graduate of a two year associate degree program and hold a current license as a physical or occupational therapy assistant
    • Proven track record of successful management experience and successful patient care experience is required
    • Experience working with a geriatric disabled population preferred
    • Provision of own transportation is necessary


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