At Main Line Health, our mission is to provide the most modern and comprehensive range of health care services to meet our neighbor’s needs and to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve. We accomplish our mission by hiring the best and brightest people in the region and empowering them with modern facilities, state-of-the-art equipment, a strong mentor-ship program and an aggressive career development path.
Main Line Health hires for the following positions in our therapy departments
Full-time, part-time, per diem, weekend program, resource (traveling)
- Occupational therapists (OT)
- Certified occupational therapy assistants (COTA)
- Physical therapists (PT)
- Physical therapy assistants (PTA)
- Speech language therapists (SLP)
- Therapy aides (TA) and unit attendants
- Four acute care hospitals – Lankenau Medical Center, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Paoli Hospital and Riddle Hospital
- Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital
- Outpatient centers – Collegeville, Concordville, Exton, Malvern, Media, Newtown Square and Wynnewood
- Home care – servicing Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties
- Competitive salaries
- Comprehensive benefits package with options for medical, dental and vision coverage
- Four or five weeks of earned leave time to start (includes sick, vacation, personal time), in addition to six major holidays
- Two weeks prolonged illness per year
- Pension plan
- Matching 403b retirement savings plan – ALL employees are eligible after 30th day of employment
- Annual performance-based reviews
- Multiple free educational offerings each year
- Up to $6,000.00 in tuition reimbursement
- Clinical Ladder Program**
- 50 percent cost reimbursement on professional membership to AOTA, APTA and ASHA
- Free parking, convenient to public transportation and no city wage tax
**Clinical Ladder Program
In the midst of rapid technological and scientific advances, therapists are challenged with providing customer-focused quality health care. The therapy divisions of Main Line Health are committed to recognizing and supporting therapists in their efforts to increase their skills and knowledge to meet this challenge.
The Clinical Ladder Program defines the professional expectations of our therapists at Main Line Health. In addition, it provides a pathway for our therapists to develop and expand clinical expertise and advanced therapy practices while remaining at the patient's side.
What are the expectations of the clinical ladder levels?
- Level I is based on entry level expectations of therapy practice at Main Line Health and is applicable only during the orientation period
- Level II is the expected practice level of all therapists and Main Line Health
- Level III is a voluntary level that offers opportunities for professional advancement while remaining at the patient's side
When can I apply to advance to level III?
- Completed applications are accepted annually in April
- Once you have obtained advanced status (level III), you must reapply annually for continued recognition
Who reviews my application?
- All applications are submitted to your clinical ladders review team
- Peer evaluations, documentation reviews, manager's letter, self-evaluations in narrative form, supporting data sheets and a copy of your resume must be submitted
- Therapists are notified of advancement the first week of July
How will I be recognized?
Successful achievement of level advancement is recognized through an hourly differential effective at the beginning of the following pay period after recognition has been achieved.
Please contact your supervisor.