Occupational Therapist

Part- Time

or

Full Time

We are expanding our Occupational Therapy team to the right person to support our local families.

Applicants MUST have at least 4+ years of pediatric experience.

If you are a therapist who loves to work with a variety of levels and skill needs-, who has the energy to match the rambunctious 3-year-old as well as the shy but so eager to talk about dinosaurs 7-year-old- and who knows how to balance between sensory, motor, and functional treatment approaches- you will fit right in!​

Requirements:

  • Experience working with children with developmental delays or disability required

  • Experience in outpatient or early intervention pediatrics at least 2+ years - including independence in the documentation of evaluations, treatments, progress notes, etc.

  • Ability to work collaboratively with parents, staff and multi-disciplinary teams

  • Must be able to lift/transfer up to 50 pounds and physically move therapy tools and on/off suspension equipment

  • Current CPR and First Aid certifications and a valid Driver's License and or reliable transportation

  • Must be able to work outside of traditional "clinical" approaches, helping therapy transfer from clinic to home and community successfully.

  • Kind and clear communicator, to your team and to families.

  • Eagerness to learn and a self-starter. Must be responsible for your own career growth.

  • Must pass a full background check

  • No criminal history

Preferred:

  • Sensory Treatment Experience- not required if you prefer another area of specialty. Recognizing our strengths and areas of growth is what's make a dynamic team successful and fun!

  • School-Based Experience (understanding both clinical and school-based is vital to helping our families reach their full potential)

  • Group Treatment Experience

  • Collaborative experience with therapies, special education, early interventionist, and community providers

  • Washington State License

Benefits:

  • Paid time off

  • Flexible schedule

  • Professional development assistance

  • Health Benefits available based on the level of position

Ideal Candidates:

  • Self Starter- must be able to hit the ground running- mentorship is available and frequent support/collaboration is done weekly- but a level of confidence to manage your treatments independently is needed.

  • Enjoys working with people, group projects, and building relationships with your team and families

  • Evaluation and treatment experience in a variety of setting and with various levels of abilities.

  • Able to receive instruction/direction professionally, as well as take initiative to manage your caseload and professional development

  • Active team engagement- seeks out opportunities to collaborate with other therapists/providers

If this sounds like a position for you, send us your resume and cover letter- we would love to have you join us for our next trampoline park party!

 

*This position does NOT qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Physical Therapist

Part Time

Or 

Full Time

The role of the Pediatric Physical Therapist is to treat musculoskeletal problems and improve the mobility of infants, children, and adolescents facing various health conditions. Your main responsibility as a Pediatric Physical Therapist will be to improve children's motor development, strength, range of motion, endurance, balance, coordination, gait difficulties, functional endurance, and delayed motor development.

Common conditions include, but not limited to, motor delay, cerebral palsy, brachial plexus injuries, torticollis, genetic disorders, sensory integration dysfunction, orthopedic conditions, and autism spectrum disorders. Interventions may Include neurodevelopmental sequence handling, sensory-motor techniques, aquatic therapy, adaptive equipment, fitness groups.

To be successful as a Pediatric Physical Therapist, you should be able to work with the team, carefully and kindly work alongside patients and their families.

You should be patient and have strong physical endurance and manual dexterity.

Applicants MUST have at least 5+ years of pediatric experience.

Pediatric Physical Therapist Responsibilities:

  • Interviewing children and family members and using physical examinations to diagnose the source of children's movement difficulties.

  • Creating unique, individualized treatment plans that outline the treatment goals and methods to be used.

  • Facilitation for maximum functional potential

  • Assessing patients and monitoring their progress.

  • Using techniques like functional training and exercise, medication and specialized equipment that is designed to facilitate maximum functional performance

  • Collaboration of a child's care with other healthcare professionals, families and other persons involved in the child’s care

 

Pediatric Physical Therapist Requirements:

  • A licensed degree of Physical Therapy, specializing in Pediatric Physical Therapy.

  • Licensed Physical Therapist in the State of Washington

  • 5+ year(s) experience working in pediatrics

  • Current CPR and First Aid certifications.

  • Ability to work cooperatively with staff, families, and community partners.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Attention to detail, patience, and empathy.

  • Manual dexterity and physical endurance to lift patients and heavy equipment with the ability to assist children physically, and lift equipment up to 50 lbs

Preferred

  • Credentialed with major insurance companies

  • Washington State License

*This position does NOT qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, protected veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law.