Boston Sports Medicine has extremely high standards of employment and is in high demand as an employer.  Our reputation is based on the outstanding quality of our staff and the exemplary service they provide our patients.  Our employees remain loyal due to the positive work environment and compensation, so a job may not be available at the current time, but our practice is growing rapidly.  We are opening new offices and currently have over 25 employees.  Please check this page frequently as we will update it when a position becomes available.  It is best to get your resume on file even if we do not have a position open.  We do keep a waiting list and call applicants with excellent credentials for informational interviews.  The application process begins with a review of resumes and cover letters.  Please submit yours by fax to (617) 242-7074 or e-mail to info@www.bostonsportsmed.com.  Our mailing address:

Boston Sports Medicine
Attn: Human Resources
PO Box 322
Allston, MA 02134

If one of the below positions is available we will contact you to set-up an interview after having received your resume and cover letter. Thank you for your interest in employment at Boston Sports Medicine.

 


 

Clinic Director

POSITION FILLED – PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME FOR FUTURE OPENINGS

(Full Time)
Requirements:

  • Current MA Physical Therapist license
  • Experience in outpatient sports rehab and orthopedics
  • Must have 3 years of licensed PT experience
  • Career oriented, self-directed, motivating person
  • Leadership experience

 


 

Staff Physical Therapist

POSITION AVAILABLE – PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME

(Full Time)(Part Time)(Per Diem)
Requirements:

  • Current MA Physical Therapist license
  • Experience in outpatient sports rehab and orthopedics
  • New graduates are welcome to apply

 


 

Physical Therapy Assistant

POSITION AVAILABLE – PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME

(Full Time)(Part Time)
Requirements:

  • Current MA Physical Therapy Assistant license
  • Experience or interest in outpatient sports rehab and orthopedics

 


 

Exercise Physiologist

POSITION AVAILABLE – PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME

(Full Time)
Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science or Exercise Physiology
  • Experience in outpatient sports rehab and orthopedics
  • New graduates are welcome to apply

 


 

Athletic Trainer

POSITION AVAILABLE – PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME

(Full Time)
Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree
  • Experience in outpatient sports rehab and orthopedics
  • Current Massachusetts Athletic Trainer license

 


 

Physical Therapy Co-operative Student

POSITION AVAILABLE

(Full Time)
Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in Northeastern University’s Physical Therapy program

 


 

Physical Therapy Aide

POSITION FILLED

(Part Time)
Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in accredited physical therapy program

 


 

Physical Therapy Volunteer

POSITION FILLED

(Part Time)
Volunteer hours are available for students applying to physical therapy programs.

 


 

Front Desk Administrative Assistant

POSITION FILLED – PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME FOR FUTURE OPENINGS

(Full-Time)(Part Time)

 


 

Other Opportunities

Boston Sports Medicine has franchise opportunities for physical therapists interested in opening their own branch office of Boston Sports Medicine.

Boston Sports Medicine is seeking the opportunity to share office space with an physiatrist or orthopedic surgeon.

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