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www.uhn.ca
Toronto, ON (Canada)
1001 to 5000 employees
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Health Care
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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One of North America’s leading rehabilitation sciences centres, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is revolutionizing rehabilitation by helping people overcome the challenges of disabling injury, illness or age related health conditions to live active, healthier, more ... Read more

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    I worked at Toronto Rehab part-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Good compensation package, great population to work with (brain injury, stroke rehab), adequate training. Good entry level position for an experienced therapist.

    Cons

    As part time/casual staff, the position was very isolated. Limited interdisciplinary conversations. Often a higher workload than time to complete (i.e., documentation on own time). Pagers were often broken. Scheduling of sessions is on the white board.

    Advice to Management

    For scheduling I strongly suggest a digital system, or weekly print outs of the different sessions. I found the white board was often out of date/incorrect. Resulting in clients not ready for sessions (in bed).

    I would suggest point system notes in the file re: comments made during rounds, so that casual/part-time staff has access to PT/OT/NSG goals/concerns.

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Toronto Rehab.

    Interview

    Applied online. After their initial screening of your resume, they asked me to fill out a personal questionnaire, send transcripts, and send 2 references. Just wanted to see what my education and technical competencies were. After receiving all these materials, they bring you in for a personal interview. A lab coordinator and not the head scientist interviews you. It makes sense since the scientist has more important things to do.

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    • Everything was pretty standard. Just asked me to describe myself and went through each experience on my resume. I felt like my interviewer cut apart my resume. It was not a good feeling during that interview.   Answer Question
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