The Massage Therapist contributes to the departmental mission and vision by providing alternative health care in the form of therapeutic massage. The Massage Therapist reports directly to the Personal Fitness & Wellness Manager and provides massage therapy services for students, faculty, staff and the greater Twin Cities community at the University of Minnesota Recreation and Wellness Center.
The part-time position will be expected to work 10-15 hours weekly during evenings and possibly weekends. Hours may fluctuate based on the university academic calendar and are flexible based on the applicant’s availability. Hourly rate is commensurate upon experience. This is a non-academic temporary or casual position that is not eligible for benefits. The appointment is contingent upon the continuing availability of work and funds for the position, as well as satisfactory work performance.
Provide massage therapy services to relieve discomfort, enhance injury recovery and rehabilitation, wellness maintenance, and stress reduction.
Discuss client concerns, medical histories or specific stresses or pains to develop the most effective approach to massage treatment.
Develop personalized treatment plans for individual clients that specify massage types, treatment areas, and treatment frequency.
Maintain a clean and sanitary environment.
Maintain client records including, but not limited to, health history, assessment, treatment plan, treatment efficacy, liability waivers, medical release form, and any other necessary documentation needed.
Perform on-site and off-site chair massage services to individuals or department’s events.
BA/BS with at least two (2) years of Massage Therapy experience or a combination of related education and work experience to equal six (6) years
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Internal Number: 341575
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