Employment

Working at Turnstone can contribute to a rewarding career serving people with disabilities.   We invite qualified applicants to apply for the positions listed below. For all positions, send cover letter and resume to Hannah Elzinga, Human Resources Coordinator, at hannahe@turnstone.org.

Turnstone is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

Physical Therapist

Turnstone is seeking a flexible, energetic, self-directed professional to join our expert team of therapists in providing direct services to children and adults in a positive and supportive team environment.


Therapy services are provided for children and adults with physical disabilities due to orthopedic or neurological conditions or those with developmental delays due to neurological conditions.

Therapy is provided at Turnstone for children in our Preschool / ELC programs or those attending on an outpatient basis.


Turnstone’s physical therapists focus on helping clients gain gross motor and core strength, coordination, balance, and endurance. Therapists provide muscle “re-education” activities and exercises, transfer and gait training, as well as wheelchair and equipment assessments.


Physical Therapist - pediatric and adult experience preferred, full-time (40) hours
with benefits.

Lifeguard

Turnstone is seeking enthusiastic and outgoing lifeguards to work with people with disabilities of all ages in their warm water therapy pool.  

Lifeguards are responsible for creating and maintaining a safe and secure environment for all pool patrons. This includes constant surveillance of patrons while in the facility; acting immediately in an emergency and providing appropriate CPR and first aid skills; providing care and treatment as required until emergency personnel arrive; abiding by, and showing authority with all Board of Health and Turnstone rules and regulations; testing and maintaining balanced chemicals; completing annual lifeguard requirements and training; and maintaining equipment in good, working, and safe condition and stored appropriately.  Training includes current basic lifeguarding certification, adult/infant/child CPR, blood borne pathogens, and standard first aid (recognized sources – American Red Cross, Ellis, YMCA, or YWCA).

Must be at least 18 years of age.

These positions are part-time with flexible hours Monday through Saturday with evenings and possible Sunday hours.