Calling all Superhero’s

We’re seeking the very best.

Do you have what it takes to change the world one person at time?

If so, we’d love to hear from you.

Physical Therapist

Per Diem to Full-Time


Job Overview

If you are looking for a place to lead patients with grit and grace for years to come, you need to stop thinking about producing for a factory clinic, and start looking for a place that builds relationships with people for life.

At Wayfinder, we use advanced medicine to help people find their way to better health with patience, compassion, intelligence, expertise, good humor, and therapeutic skills that go above and beyond the right protocol and technique. We change lives and we need you to help us serve more people!

If you’re interested in working at a place that inspires you to spread your wings and take flight from the sweatshop clinic or institutional culture, here is what you’ll do to make a difference:

  • Develop a connection and relationship with the patient as your #1 priority.

  • Bring a burning passion for the art and science of physical therapy. You will have the ability to use your healing skills each day to make a difference in peoples lives.

  • Use your unique spirit, kindness, empathy and listening skills to carefully motivate and guide patients to their most successful outcomes and achieve their goals.

  • Be flexible and adaptable to change in treatment techniques, clinic facilities, and the needs of your colleagues.

  • Bring a smile to the face of everyone you meet. From patients to partners and clinic colleagues - you will be someone that others want to be around.

  • Appreciate the opportunity to learn from a world class PT in your areas of interest across all aspects of the business.

  • Provide care on the days that work best for your schedule ~15 hours a week to start, with a huge opportunity to grow to full time if you are interested and the right fit.

  • Contribute and shape an emerging practice - the sky is the limit when you’re wearing a cape!

Desired Skills and Experience

If you can accomplish the above, you have what it takes. Realistically though, you will need to be a DPT to have the education, rigor and training we need.

  • Licensed to practice in Vermont (or soon to be).

  • History of diligent and precise documentation.

  • Fluency in a range of technologies - learning new software and systems comes easily.

  • Exceptional manual therapeutic and communication skills.

To Apply:

Email us a resume and letter explaining your interest and fit for the role (forget the standard cover letter format - write something from the heart that shows your personality).