As if they don't stick it too us already.
Architect of the Capitol
Supervisory Therapist/Trainer, GS-0601-11
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: SOB 2005-266 R1 APPLICATION DEADLINE: 2-3-2006
JOB LOCATION: Washington, Dist of Columbia WORK SCHEDULE: Full Time
SALARY RANGE: $54,272.00-$70,558.00 OPEN DATE: 12-31-2005
TIME LIMIT: Permanent - No time limit WHO MAY APPLY: Anyone may apply
PROMOTION POTENTIAL: 11
This position is located in the Architect of the Capitol; Superintendent, Senate Office Buildings; Assistant Superintendent, Client Services Division; Senate Health and Fitness Facility. The incumbent is the Supervisory Therapist/Trainer and supervises a group of subordinate Health and Fitness Specialists and Therapist/Trainers rendering massage therapy, physical training, and health services to Members of the U.S. Senate. Plans and carries out a full range of treatment where therapeutic objectives are complex and the procedures involved require the application of highly specialized skills and knowledge.
The incumbent plans and carries out treatment utilizing therapeutic exercise, massage, and physical agents such as air, electricity, sound and radiant energy. Treats disability and injury by use of physical agents such as light, heat, cold, water, electricity, massage and therapeutic exercises. Maintains proper judgment in determining appropriate therapy modalities and the appropriate interval of treatment in administering planned recreation activities for the Member.
Supervises a group of employees performing work at the GS-10 level. Plans, directs, and controls work operations and employees. Assigns subordinate Therapist/Trainers to render services to Senators. Provides administrative and technical supervision necessary for accomplishing the work of the unit.
Conducts ongoing evaluations of therapy results and independently modifies, redirects, adjusts and augments treatment plan as indicated by each Member's response and progress. Adjusts the treatment in light of each Member's physical, emotional, and mental state, needs, skills, aptitudes and interests. Documents the treatment rendered and the progress and response to treatment in the record.