One Therapy Network Pediatric OT: Kidzoola Therapy Center in Missoula, Montana
Kidzoola Therapy Center is seeking a Pediatric Occupational Therapist to join our team. We are a small, family-owned practice offering a fun and flexible work environment in a beautiful clinic space flooded with natural light and positive vibes. We are therapist-owned & operated, collaborative, and multi-disciplinary. Our treatment philosophy honors each individual child holistically, and we place utmost importance on building positive relationships with our clients and their families. We believe kids learn and grow the best when they are happy, interested, and intrinsically motivated. Our therapy looks like play, but it is rooted in cutting edge evidence-based research and careful planning. If this sounds like your style, we want to meet you!
We offer competitive compensation for full-time employees plus excellent benefits including a signing/relocation bonus, paid time off, paid holidays, professional development and AOTA dues reimbursement, state licensure reimbursement, and a fun & collaborative work culture.
Advanced degree in Occupational Therapy
Affiliation with AOTA including ongoing maintenance of continuing education
Licensure with state of Montana
Completion of successful background check
Flexibility to provide services to a diverse population
CPR/First Aid certification current, or ability to complete within 90 days of hire
Minimum 3 years of pediatric experience preferred, but new grads still welcome to apply
Certification/experience in DIR/Floortime, SOS Approach to Feeding, or other pediatric specialties preferred but not required
Conduct thorough client evaluations in order to make appropriate differential diagnoses
Develop and implement highly individualized treatment plans
Provide on-going occupational therapy services to a diverse caseload, both in clinic and via teletherapy
Monitor patient progress and adjust treatment plans as appropriate
Collaborate with caregivers, other therapists, medical providers, and teachers
Provide education and training to parents and other family members on relevant methods, topics, strategies and techniques
Maintain careful, timely, and thorough documentation/records of services, including daily notes, evaluations, progress reports, and other applicable treatment and discharge information
Attend regular staff meetings, presentations, and in-servicing
Perform administrative duties as needed, including case management, seeking/making new materials, filing paperwork, communication with office staff, etc.
Participate in continuing education, additional training, conferences, and other activities for the purpose of further development and advancement of clinical skills
Comply with HIPAA standards as related to this position, and abide by confidentiality standards
Kidzoola Therapy Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We embrace diversity and provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
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