Child Development Center, Inc. Physical Therapist in Kalispell, Montana
The Child Development Center (CDC) is a nonprofit agency which partners with families to support their children with developmental delays and disabilities where they live, play, and grow. We work in families’ homes and communities across western Montana.
Our team is best described as passionate, dedicated, progressive, team-oriented, and family-friendly. CDC not only stands out in our discipline, but also as an employer. In addition to a competitive salary and benefits package, we foster a culture of fulfillment based on the employee as a whole. We work hard for our clients and for each other.
Montana is waiting for you to discover its spectacular places, people, and wide open spaces. CDC is headquartered in Missoula, MT, with an additional office in Kalispell.
Nestled in the Northern Rockies of Montana, surrounded by seven wilderness areas and at the confluence of three rivers, Missoula is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Not only does Missoula have an incredible natural beauty, but also an eclectic culture filled with an endless array of art and entertainment events.
Kalispell is in the heart of the magnificent Rocky Mountains surrounded in rugged beauty. It’s just minutes away from Glacier National Park, Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, and Flathead Lake. Kalispell offers a balance of small city and outdoor adventure with everything from skiing and jaw dropping hikes, to museums, theater, and a variety of amazing dining options.
We are seeking a full or part time Physical Therapist who is energetic and interested in working with a growing non-profit agency. We focus on providing high quality physical therapy services to children that qualify for Early Intervention services within our region of western Montana.
CDC serves children from birth to age 17 with various developmental delays and medical diagnoses. CDC holds the Part C contract for the Montana Milestones Early Intervention Program with the State of Montana. Our agency offers these services to eligible infants and toddlers across 7 counties in western Montana, and allows CDC to serve children in their natural environments. CDC is expanding pediatric therapy services in order to provide comprehensive programs which align with our mission.
As a Physical Therapist, you would collaborate with CDC team members to provide support to families in meeting motor related outcomes. This position will conduct evaluations, coach and empower families with strategies on motor related outcomes, team with other professionals to meet outcomes in Individualized Family Service Plans, among other responsibilities. This position does require at least 50% of travel time outside of the Kalispell area with the ability to utilize teletherapy when appropriate.
At CDC, we offer you the opportunity to develop and advance your career in a passionate, caring, and supportive environment. Our staff is highly regarded in our field and passionate about our cause.
Physical Therapy degree from an accredited college or university
A current Montana State Physical Therapy professional license or ability to obtain within 30 days
The candidate must have, or the ability to obtain, an individual NPI and be willing to become credentialed for Medicaid and other frequently used insurance providers (CAQH) upon employment
Valid Montana driver’s license
Ability to pass a background check
Benefits for 30+ hour employee:
Competitive salary commensurate with experience level
Medical insurance with employer paid portion
Optional Health Savings Account with employer contribution
Optional Medical Flexible Spending Account with employer contribution
Optional Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
Voluntary long term disability insurance
Optional dental and vision insurance available
Life insurance, AD&D, & short term disability insurance paid by employer
401(k) with employer match
Continuing education assistance
Ability to accrue over 5 weeks of paid time off per year (prorated for less than 40 hour employee)
10 paid holidays per year
Eligibility for some federal student loan reduction & forgiveness plans related to non-profit work