Company Description
Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) one of the world’s premier sports and entertainment companies, owns the Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL), Toronto Raptors (NBA), Toronto FC (MLS), Toronto Argonauts (CFL), Toronto Marlies (AHL), Raptors 905 (NBA D-League), TFC II (USL) and Raptors Uprising Gaming Club, the Toronto Raptors Esports franchise in the NBA 2K League. Its charitable arm, MLSE Foundation, focuses on funding initiatives to support youth through sport and recreational programs. In 2017 MLSE Foundation, with support of community and corporate partners, built MLSE Launch Pad, a 42,000-sq. ft. space dedicated to programming that support its four Pillars: Healthy Body, Healthy Mind, Ready For School and Ready For Work.

MLSE also owns and operates Scotiabank Arena, Canada’s premier sports & entertainment venue hosting more than 200 events each year, as well as two digital channels (Leafs Nation Network and NBA TV Canada), and has a partnership with Live Nation (the biggest concert promoter in the world). MLSE has also invested in and operates five of Toronto’s sports facilities – Coca-Cola Coliseum, BMO Field, BMO Training Grounds at Downsview Park, home of Toronto FC’s Academy and the First Team’s practice facility, the Toronto Raptors’ training facility and the MasterCard Centre for Hockey Excellence, the practice facility for the Maple Leafs and Marlies.

MLSE’s common purpose is to unite and empower employees to deliver extraordinary moments to our fans and each other.

Who We Are

We The North. In 1995, the NBA brought professional basketball back to the city where the first-ever NBA game was played and the Toronto Raptors took their first step towards capturing the attention of basketball fans right across Canada. Today, as the only franchise outside the United States, the Raptors and their fans take pride in their role in the growing success of basketball globally and in the club’s climb as it works to deliver the first NBA Championship to its city, its country and its fans. In 2016, the Raptors and the city welcomed the world of basketball to Toronto for the NBA All Star Weekend, forever cementing Toronto’s reputation as a basketball hotbed.

We celebrate the diversity, individuality, and personality of our peers, striving to be the best in class, in every class. We believe in Respect, Resilience, Commitment, and Ambition. We work for, with, and around the people that inspire us to try, persist, and achieve more.

Our work goes beyond games, seasons, trophies, and tours. Our success is measured by more than a scoreboard. Our team is stronger when we stand united. We create, we celebrate, we build, and we become better!

What we choose to do next, means everything! It defines greatness, builds character, makes history, and brings the world to its feet.

So, Are You In?

Job Description
As part of MLSE’s NBA Gatorade League team (affiliate of the Toronto Raptors Basketball Club), the Physical Therapist for the Raptors 905 will report to and collaborate directly with the Head Athletic Therapist / Strength Coach in managing overall player health and wellness.

Assess 905 Athletes for basic postural defaults
Assess injuries and develop and implement treatment plans for 905 Athletes
Work closely with the Head Athletic Therapist / Strength Coach to establish preventative exercise programs and recovery strategies
Work with the Head Athletic Therapist / Strength Coach to establish RTP (return to play) protocols
Integrate evidence-based rehabilitation and strength and conditioning practices
Carry out functional orthopedic and anthropometric testing
Assist with performance testing protocols
Assist in the development and execution of athlete monitoring strategies
Assist with the maintenance of training room facilities and training-therapy supplies
Assist the Head Athletic Therapist / Strength Coach with managing team operations as needed
Assist with game day preparations
Be available for all practices, home games, and away games (extensive travel for away games required throughout the season)
Collaborate with and report to the Toronto Raptors medical and performance staff in the implementation of treatment plans and programs for development athletes
Collaborate with coaches, front office, and team operations staff to promote optimal team performance

BS or Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy
Eligible for membership in the Ontario College of Physiotherapist
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification (with AED).
Three years post-grad clinical experience with an emphasis in manual therapy
Acupuncture or dry needling are essential (not mandatory)

Additional Information
Apply by: August 31, 2021

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Partnership will provide reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities in the job application process. If you have difficulty using our online application system and you need an accommodation due to a disability, please email Please note this email is only for accommodation requests. Resumes sent to this email address will not be considered.