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Are you looking for a new job opportunity?  Ready to change up your current work-life and join a tight-knit, highly collaborative, team?  Looking to build strong connections with children and their families?  If so, let’s talk!  

 

 

The Emerge staff is built of fun-loving and driven occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, therapy aides, and office staff.  You could be a great fit for our team if you:

  • are motivated to work as part of a larger, collaborative, team
  • are excited at the notion of working closely not only with children, but also with their families
  • find value in play-based and child-led therapy techniques
  • believe that understanding and addressing a child’s sensory needs is key to helping them function successfully in their world
  • are always up for a challenge
  • are open to new ways of learning and treating
  • enjoy coffee, sweet treats, and potlucks
Current Staffing Needs:

 

Pediatric Occupational Therapist (no current need):

While we do not currently have a need for an occupational therapist, we always welcome therapists that fit into our company culture to apply.   Work experience in an outpatient pediatric therapy practice is a plus. A firm understanding of working with children with sensory processing differences, Autism, and behavioral challenges are a must.  This position would be a full-time.  Treatment would include in-clinic and virtual appointments.

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience
  • Training or experience in SOS Feeding Approach, DIR/Floortime, and/or sensory integration
  • Motivated to grow a caseload
  • Strong problem solving skills and ability to think on your feet
  • Strong documentation skills and ability to multi-task
  • Motivated by numbers and bonuses
Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist (no current need):

While we do not currently have a need for a speech-language pathologist, we always welcome therapists that fit into our company culture to apply.  Work experience in an outpatient pediatric therapy practice is a plus. A firm understanding of working with children with apraxia, AAC, reading, articulation, language deficitis, Autism, behavioral challenges are a must.  

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience
  • Training or experience in SOS Feeding Approach, reading (with Orton Gilingham or LiPS), and/or PROMPT
  • Motivated to grow a caseload
  • Strong problem solving skills and ability to think on your feet
  • Strong documentation skills and ability to multi-task
  • Motivated by numbers and bonuses
Pediatric Physical Therapist (Cary Location):

We are looking for that “just right fit” to round out our physical therapy department!   We are seeking someone with 2 years of work experience in pediatrics (experience in an outpatient pediatric therapy practice is a plus). A firm understanding of working with children with sensory processing differences, Autism, and behavioral challenges are a must.  This position would start out as part-time and would transition to full-time as the caseload grew.  Treatment would include in-clinic and virtual appointments.

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience
  • Works well independently from other PTs(continued mentorship would be provided largely through a virtual format)
  • Strong interest in collaboration with the OT and ST departments
  • Motivated to grow a caseload
  • Strong problem solving skills and ability to think on your feet
  • Strong documentation skills and ability to multi-task
  • Motivated by numbers and bonuses
Client Relations Coordinator (no current need):

While we do not currently have a need for a client relations coordinator,  we always welcome those that fit into our company culture to apply.  ​ Some other job requirements and duties include (but are not limited to):

  • Scheduling clients
  • Developing and managing client charts and records
  • Requesting and monitoring scripts and insurance approvals
  • Directly calling clients and other service providers
  • Purchasing clinic supplies
  • Collecting and entering payments
  • Maintaining an orderly waiting room
  • Acting as a client satisfaction liaison
  • Tracking no-shows and handles attendance issues
  • Supporting therapy staff by entering reports into the Medicaid system
Therapist Duties and Responsibilities:

Some of the duties and responsibilities for therapist positions include:

  • Maintain appropriate documentation per company standards
  • Provide high-quality evaluations and therapy sessions appropriately 
  • Maintain excellent caregiver communication and relationships
  • Follow up with client and/or caregivers following evaluation to ensure understanding and recommendations via phone conversation or in person
  • Maintain the physical capacity to engage with highly active children throughout a workday
  • Be willing to participate in both clinic and community events (such as: parent education workshops, resource fairs, parent support groups, walks, expos, conferences, etc.)
  • Report stats, submit session charges, and complete paperwork in a timely manner
  • Contribute to content for blog/social media posts as appropriate
  • Assist with clinic maintenance, as needed
  • Participate in quarterly and annual reviews with thoughtful reflection and forward thinking towards goals for the next quarter and/or year
  • Participation in the Clinical Ladder in order to further develop personal and professional goals

 

To Apply:
Enter your contact information and upload a copy of your cover letter and resume below.  If there are no current openings to fill, please feel free to upload your resume anyways and we will keep it on file. 

 

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