A Great Place to Work
Since 2003, Washingtonian Magazine has recognized APTA several times as one of the "Great Places to Work" in the Washington area, and APTA is a 2014 and 2013 CARE Award winner. APTA benefits include a generous retirement plan contribution, flexible work schedules, onsite yoga and gym reimbursement, Metro travel subsidy, and more!
Benefits for APTA Employees (.pdf)
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Open Positions at APTA
Responsible for planning, management and evaluation of APTA’s Accreditation Program. Serves as the principal APTA staff liaison for the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).
Lead Specialist, Accreditation, PTA Programs
This position manages the accreditation process and accreditation activities for all physical therapist assistant (PTA) education programs; serves as primary APTA staff liaison for the PTA Panel of the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE); and participates in the overall planning for and management of the Accreditation Department.
Senior Coordinator, Accreditation
This position supports the office manager and all other department staff with the administrative tasks related to the general functioning of the department.
Senior Coordinator, Recertification/MOSC
This position provides administrative support for the specialist recertification program and maintenance of specialist certification (MOSC) program within Postprofessional Credentialing.
Provides content expertise to APTA's Physical Therapy Outcomes Registry and consultation to its clients regarding quality improvement and measure development initiatives, payment regulations (e.g., Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and other payer groups) and programs (e.g., MIPs) and value-based care. Serves as a liaison to the quality/value-based care community and helps maintain the CMS measures repository.