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Date posted: 5/12/17
PRA position available
The Reproductive Endocrinology Laboratory at the Department of Integrative Physiology, University of Colorado at Boulder, is seeking a Professional Research Assistant to conduct experiments on neuroendocrine control of reproduction. The candidate should have at least a bachelor's degree in biological sciences or related field. Experience with rodent surgery, immunohistochemistry, radioimmunoassay and PCR is desirable. The ideal candidate should be intellectually driven, motivated, and possess good organizational skills. The position will commence immediately after a candidate is identified. A description of our research interests can be found in: http://www.colorado.edu/intphys/research/reproductive.html.To apply, please contact Dr. Pei-San Tsai (email@example.com) and include a cover letter and an updated curriculum vitae with the application. The University of Colorado at Boulder is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.
Date posted: 1/24/17
Youth Sports Internships
Are you looking for an experience working with children in youth sports settings? If so see the information below.
Types of Internships
1. Coaching/Instructor trainees who would begin with no pre-requisite experience or education, but who would be willing to document their individualized learning experiences with personal diaries summarizing their interpretations of keystone concepts, questions, and proposed solutions for problem training areas. (nomenclature, spotting techniques, progressions of skill development, drills, advancement criterion, movement analysis, etc.) A minimum of 4 hours per week is required, once per week, 4-8 pm M-R, or Sat 9 am – 1 pm. Background check required.
2. Child Development Educators who would use their growing knowledge of neurology and anatomy/physiology to prepare & conduct presentations for parents/coaches to enrich their understanding of the cognitive and emotional development of children, especially as this development is influenced by the navigation of physical obstacles and the integration of psycho-motor skills required to improve through a curriculum of progression-based problem solving. A minimum of 4 hours per week is required, once per week, 4-8 pm M-R, or Sat 9 am – 1 pm. Previous experience working with children preferred. Background check required.
Ted Wadley, D.C.
If you desire academic credit for these internships see:
Date posted: 11/7/16
Research Assistant / Lab Assistant positions
DaVita Clinical Research in Lakewood is hiring in several areas suitable for recent graduates. Click on the links below for more information.
If you have questions, please contact Francisco Garcia at Francisco.Garcia@davita.com.
Date posted: 10/10/16
Volunteer opportunity - special needs
Adam's Camp is a Colorado-based company that provides therapy and adventure camps for individuals with special needs. The success of our programs is credited largely to the volunteers that we recruit and we would LOVE for you to join us! Volunteering with us provides you with the experience of working with individuals who have special needs as well as opportunities to network with other professionals in the field. It's a lot of fun and a great way to accumulate volunteer hours!
The dates for our 2017 season are as follows:
For more information visit our website at http://adamscamp.org/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/ and if you are interested please email Anne Fiala, Volunteer and Operations Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date posted: 9/8/16
The Reproductive Endocrinology Laboratory at the Department of Integrative Physiology, University of Colorado at Boulder, is seeking a Professional Research Assistant to conduct experiments on neuroendocrine control of reproduction. The candidate should have at least a bachelor's degree in biological sciences or related field. Experience with rodent surgery, immunohistochemistry, radioimmunoassay and PCR is desirable. The ideal candidate should be intellectually driven, motivated, and possess good organizational skills. The position will commence immediately after a candidate is identified. A description of our research interests can be found in: http://www.colorado.edu/intphys/research/reproductive.html.
To apply, please contact Dr. Pei-San Tsai (email@example.com) and include a cover letter and an updated curriculum vitae with the application. The University of Colorado at Boulder is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.
Date posted: 6/21/16
Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Project Volunteer Internship
Following a strict, intensive program, SCI Recovery Project strives to optimize the level of physical and emotional wellness for those impacted by spinal cord injury through progressive adaptive exercise techniques, alternative health and wellness programs, and cultivating creative partnerships in order to inspire hope, independence, and recovery. Our program fills the void encountered for post-acute care for those who are suffering with paralysis associated with neurological conditions. By using multiple diverse exercise modalities to assist in neuromuscular stimulation, we believe that optimal functional outcomes can be achieved in addition to increasing the health and overall well-being of our clients. Our experienced Adaptive Exercise Specialists design and implement these programs. Our Interns then fill the role of an assistant to these Adaptive Exercise Specialists. Visit www.scirecoveryproject.org for more information about our organization!
Three separate internships run each year, starting up at the beginning of the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Assistant/Internship responsibilities include but are not limited to:
* On floor assistance for the implementation of our one-on-one Adaptive Exercise Training sessions
Please e-mail a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for this position! Thank you.
Date posted: 6/21/16
FC Boulder is seeking interns in its Athletic Performance Program for this forthcoming 2016-17 academic year. It is flexible designed to meet the needs of student(s) and program requirements (seasonal, monthly or yearly opportunities exist).
FC Boulder is a premier youth soccer club with over 2,000 members and competes in the highest level in the country. We have a very unique Athletic Performance Program (APP) designed to support the overall athletic development of its members. With a primary focus on long-term athlete development, the APP is unique to youth soccer organizations certainly in Colorado and well beyond from our understanding.
The program overview can be found at: http://fcboulder.com/our-programs/athletic-performance-program. It is very cool and we are really fortunate to be able to offer something like this to the young athletes in our organization.
We are seeking intern(s) to work with the APP. Undergrad or graduate students interested in exercise science/physiology, strength and conditioning, return to play, concussions, and biomechanics would be a really good fit for our program. All really about enhancing athlete development and sport performance.
The internship would be housed in our club's Sports Performance Center.
We are currently working on securing funding for the internship which would begin early August 2016.
Please contact James Wagenschutz with any questions at email@example.com.
Date posted: 4/5/16Seeking a certified MA or BS graduate to support interventional pain physicians in a busy multi-specialty practice. The ideal candidate must possess strong organizational, multi-tasking and communication skills. Must be willing to take initiative, and be prepared to support physician's directives, preferences and expectations. Job duties include rooming patients, taking vitals, EMR documentation, obtaining authorizations, scheduling appointments, coordinating prescription refills and accommodating patient needs. This is an excellent opportunity for a caring and motivated professional with exceptional patient interaction skills to join our team! We offer a 4-day work week, and competitive wages and benefits. Qualified candidates are encouraged to reply to this ad with a current resume. We would like a one year commitment or more, if possible. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date posted: 1/25/16
Pine Forest Camp (Co-Ed) is looking to hire enthusiastic summer counselors for 2016. Pine Forest offers a well-rounded, coed sleepaway camp experience with an action-packed schedule. A sports camp, a tennis camp, a cooking camp, an arts camp, a theater camp, a riding camp, an adventure camp all rolled into one! Pine Forest is located in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern PA (2 hours from New York City), and has been owned and operated by the same family for 4 generations.
Our camp seeks talented students who are able to lead by example and work with children. Make new friends, have an impact on children's lives, and have fun!
Dates: June 20nd - August 13th
Salary: Competitive, travel compensation.
Date posted: 12/2/15
Frasier Meadows Retirement Community Wellness Center is looking for a student intern to work with older adults, guiding them through strength training programs within our Wellness (fitness) center, or helping/spotting in Parkinson's-exercise and Balance classes. No pay is offered for the internships at this time, but it is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the field of Older Adult Fitness and Wellness while earning academic credit for your hours. Three "positions" are currently available (beginning any time after Dec 11th and no later than January 11th):
Please contact Whitney Garcia McCain, Director of Fitness and Physical Wellness at Frasier Meadows Retirement Community in Boulder: 720-562-4317 or email email@example.com
Date posted: 10/15/15
Seeking PT/FT Medical Assistant to join a busy, well established, state-of-the-art, expanding Dermatology practice. We are a practice with integrity and put our patients first -- and we are looking for the same in a new medical assistant.
Daily responsibilities include heavy patient care responsibilities---history taking, scribing, assisting procedures such as biopsies, surgeries and cosmetic procedures; prior authorizations, returning patient calls. Electronic medical record experience is a plus.
The ideal candidate is a "Doer" and can multitask. He/she is detail-oriented, demonstrates initiative, values the team player philosophy and understands it is a privilege to work with patients . Ideally, she/he has dermatology experience and/or is a certified medical assistant, but we are willing to train the right person.
Interested candidates please contact Jeri at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-444-0833.
Date posted: 10/5/15Sports Recovery Internship in Boulder
Fixt Movement LLC is providing a challenging, unique, active internship program for exceptional candidates. We are a Sports Recovery Lab with state of the art equipment designed to help clients recover from activity, heal from an injury, or prevent an injury from arising. Our clientele consists of men and women from high-school age to retirement-age, who are seeking to improve their active lifestyle. We specialize in working with athletes that range from the weekend warrior to the professional. We are a team of registered massage therapists, acupuncturists, and sports enthusiasts.
Internship Summary: Learn and understand how our self recovery tools work and assist our clientele with the equipment. We have many different modalities for recovery including but not limited to, Normatec boots, infrared sauna, ice bath, E-stim, cold laser, and oxygen supplementation. Base knowledge of contraindications and how our modalities compliment each other is helpful.
Duties and Responsibilities: Maintain Recovery Lab organization, administer use of tools, understand fundamentals of sports recovery & injury recovery/prevention and apply these fundamentals for clients, and other small administrative tasks such as checking clients in and out and answering phone calls or entering data into our system. We are flexible with time requirements and open seven days a week so we can accommodate most schedules.
Educational Requirements: Applicants should be sophmores, juniors, seniors, or graduates in either Bachelors or Masters Degree programs in Exercise Science, Integrative Physiology, Health Promotion, Physical Education, and Wellness, or other closely-related field.
Required Competencies: Personal Skills and the ability to work with a diverse population with varying levels of health and fitness knowledge and ability. A positive attitude and strong work ethic are a must. Should also be comfortable taking on leadership role with clients and functioning as part of the Recovery Lab Team.
Date posted: 9/29/15
Medical Assistant needed FT for busy dermatology practice. Candidates must possess a good work ethic and be reliable. Must be able to travel to satellite offices in a 20 mile radius. Requires schedule flexibility. Ideal candidate would be a quick learner who can follow procedures in a fast paced environment and exhibit good judgment, while maintaining a friendly demeanor towards patients. Ability to multi-task is vital.
Responsibilities include -- record medical histories, take vitals, administer subcutaneous lidocaine injections, prepare patients for biopsies and surgeries, assist with surgeries, dress surgical and non-surgical sites, submit electronic prescriptions, provide diagnosis and treatment education, schedule procedures and follow up appointments, sterilize and pack surgical instruments, and perform triage. The medical assistant will also document all aspects of the patient encounter on an electronic medical record system.
This is great experience for pre-med and pre-PA. College education preferred.
Date posted: 9/9/15
Caretaker for elderly former professor (10-20 hours per week)
I am seeking a compassionate and responsible young person to help with PT- and OT-type activities to improve the quality of life of my 90-year old mom. More specific responsibilities include a) going for a swim with her in the pool at her apartment complex, which involves helping her dress and undress b) walking with her or taking her outside to sit and enjoy the fresh air c) aiding her mental stimulation by reading with her, helping her with her speech and verbal abilities (compromised due to a stroke), doing cross word puzzles, Suduko, etc. d) aiding with light meal preparation due to her arthritis (microwaving food, cutting up vegetables) and occasionally e) taking her doctor^s appointments and to church. She is a very pleasant and appreciative person who has always enjoyed interacting with younger individuals, and who has led an interesting life. Both her former and current caretakers have found working with her to be very enjoyable and rewarding (her current caretaker is a recent IPHY grad). Both weekday and weekend hours are desired, but not critical. If interested, please contact Marie Banich at email@example.com. Tell me a little about yourself with regards to why you might want this position and your qualifications for it. Pay is commensurate with skill level and prior experience.
Date posted: 7/30/15
ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC SCRIBE - INTERNSHIP
Job description: Assist in maintaining clinic flow by helping bring patients into clinic rooms; entering clinical information as directed by attending physician into an electronic medical record such as patient's history, physical exam findings, radiologic findings, assessment and plan; clarifying clinical information and plan with the attending physician; generating completed medical documents; observing orthopedic interviewing techniques, orthopedic examination techniques, observing Xray and ultrasound interpretation, and observing clinical decision making.
Requirements: Junior or greater standing; required to have taken courses in Human Anatomy and Physiology; must be available 3-4 days per week (clinic runs 8-5 Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri); must commit to minimum of 1 semester, but preferably 1 year.
Hours required: Minimum of 4 hours per day, 3 days per week; preferably 6-8 hours per day, 3-4 days per week.
Submit: Resume of past jobs/internships in similar positions and 3 letters of reference are required.
Contact: Dr. Timothy J. Mazzola, MD, Cornerstone Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, 80 Health Park Drive, Suite 230, Louisville, CO 80027. Phone: 303-665-2603. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date posted: 7/30/15
MEDICAL ASSISTANT position in Dermatology office close to Boulder.
Date posted: 5/11/15
Physical therapy aide/front desk
We are looking for someone to be trained into the position by mid-June. The hours would be every M,T,R,F from 7 AM 4 PM. The job will consist of scheduling new/existing patients, ordering office/PT supplies, educating patients regarding Home Exercise Programs (HEPs), and typing the patient notes as they are dictated to you by the physical therapist.
This is a small office, with a demand for someone willing to work hard to make things run smoothly. We need someone with accountability and great communication skills. The position offers one-on-one experience with patients, so is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to find that before going into higher education. As this is a one man show type of position, we do ask that the applicants be willing to dedicate at least one year to the position.
Applicants should contact Nick at RPT Associates, PC. Phone: (303) 442-0621 or email: email@example.com.
Date posted: 4/14/15
Frasier Meadows Retirement Community Wellness Center is looking for a student intern to work with older adults, guiding them through strength training programs within our Wellness (fitness) center. No pay is offered for this internship at this time, but it is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the field of Older Adult Fitness and Wellness while earning academic credit for your hours. Hours can be somewhat flexible according to student schedule; but an example of times that are currently needed for the summer include: Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays 11:00-12:15; Mondays/Thursdays 11-12. Other possibilities of experience in addition to the aforementioned duties may be explored if student's available hours allow.
For planning ahead, for the Fall Semester, we will be looking to fill a M/W/F 9:00-noon time slot. Please contact Whitney Garcia McCain, Director of Fitness and Physical Wellness at Frasier Meadows Retirement Community in Boulder: 720-562-4317 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Date posted: 2/24/15
Professional Research Assistant Position
This lab investigates the neurobiology of substance abuse through the use behavioral and molecular approaches utilizing rodent models of the disease. The lab is focused on how chronic drug use disrupts brain functioning at the cellular and systems level to influence behavior. One of the goals of this work is to identify novel mechanisms for future therapeutics to curb relapse to substance abuse. More detailed information about research topics can be found here: http://psych.colorado.edu/~bachtell/Home.htmlProfessional research assistants are primarily responsible for performing a wide variety of research laboratory tasks and experiments,
keeping detailed laboratory notebooks, analyzing data, and interpreting results. Additional duties include: a) maintaining laboratory equipment, b) keep inventory of supplies and supply ordering, c) supervising others in the lab, and d) writing research reports, summaries, and protocols regarding experiments. Research assistants will also develop a familiarity with current scientific literature and contribute to the advancement of the research studies. There may be opportunities to present their work at meetings and conferences. Individuals should expect to receive training on any skill deficiencies and it is expected that the successful candidate will learn and/or develop new techniques when necessary. It is expected that the individual work well independently and as a team. There is an expected one-year commitment with the potential for a renewal of appointment.
Competencies/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required for this position:
Successful applicants will have experience in one or more of the following technical areas: western blotting, ELISA, immunohistochemistry, RNA isolation and quantification in ex vivo tissue samples, and/or animal behavioral tasks associated with substance use. A working knowledge of the field of neuroscience and relevant experience is preferred.
This position requires a Bachelors degree in Biology, Physiology, Chemistry, Psychology or related discipline, and laboratory experience. Applicants with a specialization in neuroscience are preferred. Applicants must be reliable, independent, and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Upon hire, the applicant will be expected to pass the University required examinations concerning safe handling of biological agents and chemicals, along with training in the ethical treatment of animals. Salary is competitive and commensurate with skills and experience. The University of Colorado offers a benefits package to full-time employees. To apply for this position, please provide the following materials at https://www.jobsatcu.com/postings/95675 (Job Posting #RF02199): (a) cover letter, (b) CV, (c) 1 letter of recommendation and (d) contact information for individuals willing to provide additional letters of recommendation. The cover letter should describe your interest in the position and why you are well suited for the position based on your experiences, skills, knowledge and goals. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
Date posted: 2/6/15
Alpha Rehabilitation has a part time aide opening at our Broomfield location. Interested candidates should email resumes to email@example.com.
Date posted: 12/15/14
Busy private optometric practice in beautiful downtown Boulder has an opening for a full-time optometric assistant including 9:30-4:00 pm on Saturdays.
The right person for this position must be a team player with outstanding customer service skills, strong attention to detail, ability to multi-task, proficiency with computers, and an upbeat, professional demeanor. Prior optometric experience is not required as training will be provided.
Responsibilities include greeting patients with a smile, answering phones promptly and courteously, scheduling patient appointments and verifying insurance information, collecting and processing co-payments, and pre-testing patients using automated instruments.
We offer competitive wages and excellent benefits. To apply please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date posted: 10/16/14
FSQ Performance and Boulder Indoor Soccer have partnered to offer speed and agility training programs for youth athletes. The curriculum was designed by a certified strength and conditioning specialist and will be taught to kids between the ages of 7 and 12. We are looking for three coaches who are available to instruct small groups of kids for one hour classes Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 4pm to 5pm. Please send cover letter and CV to Caleb Sevian (email@example.com) before October 24, 2014.
Date posted: 8/11/14
Companion Elderly Care
Job Description: Taking care of an elderly gentleman; helping him get snacks and drinks; walking with him outside for walks; putting prepared meals in the oven.
This gentleman is in great health and is able to do all of his personal tasks. His family is looking for someone to be with him when they are away from the home.
Hours: M-F 2:30-6pm, occasionally additional.
Contact: Steve 303-449-9100
Date posted: 7/25/14
Volunteers needed - Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy
The program is located in South Boulder. We work with children and adults with a variety of physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities, providing therapy and recreation opportunities using horses and horsemanship. Our program relies heavily upon volunteers, who team up with our Path International certified riding instructors. If you are interested in volunteering, please attend a Volunteer Orientation and Training session. These workshops are held every 3rd Saturday of the month at 2 p.m., except for the months December and January.
Date posted: 7/2/14
Internship - EXERCISE SCIENCE/PHYSIOLOGY/KINESIOLOGY FITNESS SPECIALIST
Since 1973, Green Mountain at Fox Run has provided challenging, active internship programs for exceptional candidates. We are a nationally renowned, professionally directed, weight and health lifestyle program, exclusively for women. Our client population consists of women from college-age to retirement-age, all at varying fitness levels, who are seeking to make serious changes in their eating, activity, and health/lifestyle behaviors. Our program has been featured in over 2,000 media pieces for its innovative, first-of-its-kind, non-diet approach and lifestyle model for long-term weight management.
Our interns work with a multidisciplinary team of registered dietitians, exercise physiologists, behavioral, stress management, and movement therapists as well as our Executive Director, who holds a PhD in nutritional biochemistry & metabolism.
Our internship programs provide an outstanding hands-on experience, in beautiful Ludlow, Vermont. Cycling, hiking (Appalachian & Long Trail), downhill (Okemo, Killington) and cross-country skiing/snowshoeing are minutes from our doorstep. This is an ideal opportunity for the intern who desires an active learning internship experience. This is not an administrative, desk position. Internship positions are available year-round and do include room and board.
Green Mountain at Fox Run
PO Box 358
Ludlow, VT 05149
Date posted: 6/20/14
ASAP, a tutoring program of CU Boulder Residence Life, is hiring IPHY Tutors. Qualifications: 3.0 cum. GPA & 3.2 GPA in the subject tutored. Need part time tutors (undergrad & grad students) for the following subjects: IPHY 2800, 3060, 3410, 3470, 3480. $9.50-$12.00/hr. Visit cuboulder.erezlife.com to create a profile, then apply for "Tutor - ASAP 2014-2015." Questions? Contact Lisa Guinther firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date posted: 5/15/14The HabLab (Humans and Buildings Laboratory, http://www.colorado.edu/hablab/) project is seeking to fill an immediate, short-term position for a student aide. HabLab utilizes Biopac equipment to study environmental effects on HRV and GSR. The position is for 35-40 hours total (8-10 hours/week) over the next 4 weeks. The primary responsibility will be to run experimental sessions in downtown Denver on Monday or Wednesdays. Undergraduate or graduate students with psychophysiology, statistics, human subjects training and related experience are especially encouraged to apply. Please email Meredith Banasiak at Banasiak@colorado.edu for more information.
Date posted: 5/2/14
Therapy/Clinic Aid - FT Paid position
Applicants should send their resume and cover letter to email@example.com and can call Felicia with any questions at (720) 777-0042.
Why Work at Children's....
Equal Employment Opportunity:
Date posted: 4/24/14
Full time physical therapy aide needed for outpatient orthopedic facility in Broomfield. Ideal candidate will possess a degree in physiology or related field. Please email resume to Leah with Alpha Rehabilitation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date posted: 4/2/14
EXERCISE SPECIALIST WITH FRAIL ELDERS
We are looking for a compassionate Exercise Specialist who has experience working with frail seniors. This part-time (paid) opportunity (possibly growing to full time) requires travel within Boulder County and involves providing one-on-one functional fitness services to elders. We are looking for applicants with or working toward a bachelors' degree in a related field.
Job Criteria: EXPERIENCE WITH FRAIL ELDERS AND DEMENTIA CARE REQUIRED.
Candidate MUST have:
For information about our services please go to www.functionalaging.com. Initial inquiries by email please to email@example.com. We will only consider applicants with a resume and cover letter.
Date posted: 3/10/14
Physical Therapy Volunteer Opportunity
Looking for a student who would be interested in gaining experience by assisting my relative with physical therapy appointments. Six months ago he suffered a TBI. He will be getting his PT and OT therapies through Mapleton Outpatient rehabilitation. He suffered damage to his right eye and is unable to drive. He has dyskinesia in the right leg but is mobile and able to walk on his own. At this time, therapists have recommended that he be attended at all times.
We are looking for someone to drive him to his appointments two times a week and possibly shadowing the PT/OT. In addition, if possible we would be interested in having someone then oversee some PT time at home or the gym MWF for an hour or two.
If interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date posted: 11/19/13