*NOTE: This is NOT a paid internship*
Interested in working with the medical field and gaining more professional work experience?
PROVAIL, a leader in the field of supported services for children and adults with disabilities, is seeking a Clinic Intern in our Therapy and Assistive Technology Clinic in North Seattle. The Clinic provides Occupational & Speech Therapy services along with innovative technology-based solutions to help children and adults with disabilities maximize their abilities and independence.
If you are highly organized, a quick learner, and enjoy helping others, this is the perfect internship opportunity for you. You’ll gain relevant skills for working in an outpatient therapy clinic.
Greeting clients and guests
Digitizing medical records
Data entry into Raintree, an electronic medical records software
Taking on receptionist duties, such as scheduling appointments and appropriate phone etiquette
Managing the monthly appointment calendar
Assisting Clinic Service Coordinators with other relevant tasks
Requirements & Commitment:
Minimum 3 months of internship for 20 hours a week, or 10-20 hours per week with a 6+ month commitment
Current student interested in a career in the medical field or working with people with disabilities
Must be highly organized; able to handle a variety of tasks
Must be able to maintain and protect patient confidentiality
Ability to learn new skills, adapt to new situations and maintain flexibility in a continuously evolving environment
Friendly, team-oriented, welcoming, personable and caring with a professional attitude
Knowledge and skills regarding all general office equipment including computers, telephones, and fax
Please email email@example.com a letter of interest and resume and include “Clinic Intern” in the subject line. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis so please submit early.
No phone calls please.
Temporary / Seasonal
Counseling, Customer/Technical Support, Healthcare Services
Our mission is to support people with disabilities to fulfill their life choices. PROVAIL was founded in 1942 by parents who found a lack of services for their children with disabilities. Throughout our history, we have learned there are key elements that directly impact a person’s ability to live life according to their own choices. These elements are Mobility and Communication, Employment, and Home and Lifestyle. Today we are dedicated to focusing on these areas to meet critical needs and address gaps in services for the disability community. Mobility & Communications: Being able to communicate and interact with the world around you is the first step to living life by your own choices. Our Assistive Technology and Therapy Clinic offer innovative mobility and communication tools and technology to support children and adults, with even the most severe disabilities, access their community in a whole new way. Employment Services: PROVAIL's Employment Services are focused not on a person's disability, but rather their ability and future ability. We partner with the local business community to create customized positions for employees with disabilities that allow for future growth and career advancement, offer competitive wages and benefits, and promote community presence and inclusion. Also, at PROVAIL's Fabrication Division, a social enterprise, we create many jobs for people of all abilities in a safe, quality driven manufacturing setting. Home and Lifestyle: PROVAIL's Home and Lifestyle services offer a range of programs to enhance the opportunities for children and adults with disabilities become more active and involved members of their communities. Programs include the Seattle BrainWorks Clubhouse (for survivors of traumatic brain injury), Art is Not an Option, and the Community Living Program.