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Based on 196 responses, the job of Rehabilitation Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.13 out of 5. On average, Rehabilitation Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Rehabilitation Director?

January 2019
"I love what I do!"
Rehabilitation Director in Llano:
Pros: I am very confident and knowledgeable in my job . Reliant allows me to do my job and not micromanage me 24/7.
Cons: I have had 3 paycuts and about to recieve another one very soon. They say it is due to the new PMPD system.
January 2020
"It is a very face paced and stressful job, it consists of 7 days a week."
Rehabilitation Director in West Warwick:
Pros: I like my management team and the 401k that is offered
Cons: I like what I do and my therapy team is amazing
July 2017
"Clinical support and continuing education."
Rehabilitation Director in Lafayette:
Pros: Genesis management has been very supportive with enhancing my skills as a therapist and a manager. The clinical education, mentoring and training is so abundant and you can always rely on a clinical director to help you out with any questions regarding policies and procedures or scope of practice issues.
Cons: Health insurance is not the best; Stress level with current job responsibilities including need to request insurance authorization, patient intake, supervisory role, marketing to MD offices and other health care providers, managing 9 staff, scheduling, direct patient care, hiring, interviewing and orientation of new hires, and attending meetings.
December 2017
"Excellent area, high cost of living, variety of experiences."
Rehabilitation Director in Asheville:
Pros: Environment of the mountains.
Cons: Salary and hospital.
October 2018
Rehabilitation Director in Atlanta:
Pros: The weather is nice.
Cons: The traffic is bad
December 2018
"Finding a good job requires effort here."
Rehabilitation Director in Denver:
Pros: Very fortunate to choose my co workers for this question.
Cons: Lack of efficient transportation
March 2017
"Great Place to Work."
Rehabilitation Director in Grand Rapids:
Pros: Grand Rapids is a stable environment to grow in. Business in diverse and the opportunities are broad. The social environment is progressing and the violent crime rate is very low for cities of comparable size.
Cons: The conservative mindset of people and business generally means low risk takers and entrepreneurial spirit is not as aggressive as one might hope.