CAREERS AT POTS

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POTS is a dynamic, fun-loving pediatric multidisciplinary team seeking an experienced physical therapist to join the POTS family, who wants to make a difference in children's lives and fulfill our mission of maximizing each child's potential. We have a highly experienced dedicated staff that provides cutting edge OT, PT and speech therapy in our state-of-the-art sensory gyms. Our clients range from birth through 21 years of age. We are unique in our commitment to evaluate and treat the whole child and partner with the important people in a child's life.

 

Pediatric Occupational Therapists;  Full time & Part time

 

We are looking for therapists with strong treatment and evaluation skills who are able to effectively work with children in a sensory gym, virtually, out of doors, and in public and private schools. The best candidates are therapists with demonstrated leadership ability who are upbeat, organized, self-motivated and problem solvers, who want to be part of a team of a dedicated team of therapists.

Responsibilities

  • Evaluate new patients in person and virtually

  • Provide occupational therapy services to children birth through 21 in a sensory gym, virtually and out of doors using the therapeutic approaches that best meet the child’s unique needs

  • Design and monitor effective home programs, sensory diets, and school strategies, as needed, that meet the child's needs and family's capacity for follow-through

  • Provide occupational therapy services within a classroom or school that enable the child to better function and thrive in that environment

  • Collaborate with parents and teachers to set functional goals

  • Provide ongoing guidance, support, and education to parents and teachers, in person and virtually

  • Participate in team meetings and workshops

  • Participate in program development, such as summer camp programs and after-school groups
     

Required Skills

  • Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy

  • 3+ years’ experience providing occupational therapy to children in a sensory gym and in schools. Experience in treating children with a wide range of challenges, including Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism

  • NJ Occupational Therapy License

  • NJ school certification

  • Desire to work long term in a warm supportive environment

  • Compassionate, caring, collaborative, willing to go the extra mile for your families

  • Excellent problem-solving skills and analytic abilities

  • Willingness to work in our Teaneck and Waldwick locations, out of doors, virtually and in local schools

  • Ability to meet the child where they are and build a warm therapeutic relationship with the child and family

  • Ability to conduct assessments and evaluations using standardized evaluation tools and clinical observations to determine the child’s strengths and challenges, collaborate on goal setting with caregivers, and generate a comprehensive report of findings

  • Provide effective treatment sessions to meet the child's functional goals

  • Experience treating clients within the classroom and collaborating with teachers

  • Excellent communication skills with parents, children, and co-workers

  • Demonstrated commitment to continuing education

  • Specialty certifications such as sensory processing, Floortime, Handwriting Without Tears, Brain Gym, Reflex Integration, Feeding (SOS) a plus

  • Experience with children birth to three, and on the autism spectrum

  • Handling skills and experience with neurodevelopmental approaches a plus

Hours to include some "after school hours" and/or Sundays

Salary with benefits commensurate with experience

Job Type: Full-time and Part=time

COVID-19 considerations:
We are monitoring CDC and NJ Department of Health Guidelines and modifying our protocols to meet their recommendations. We do a health screening for staff and patients daily, check temperatures, disinfect assiduously and require masks.

Submit resume to office@potsot.com

Pediatric Physical Therapists;  Part Time

 

We are looking for therapists who have strong treatment and evaluation skills who are able to effectively work with children in a sensory gym, virtually, out of doors, and in public and private schools. Most of our sessions take place in the sensory gym. The best candidates are therapists with demonstrated leadership ability who are upbeat, organized, self-motivated and problem solvers, who want to be part of a team of a dedicated team of therapists. If you love your professional career and are looking for a great place to plant roots while also creating more flexibility and time for your family, please contact us to set up a comprehensive tour and interview.

We offer our Pediatric Physical Therapists:

  • Competitive salaries

  • Bonus opportunities

  • Flexible hours with optional weekend treatment hours

  • An opportunity to expand the position to full time with health and PTO benefits

Responsibilities

  • Evaluation and treatment of clients, including additional tasks to provide patient care

  • Prompt documentation to support evaluation and treatment of clients

  • Providing all clients with a home exercise program

  • Collaborate with parents and teachers to set functional goals

  • Provide ongoing guidance, support, and education to parents and teachers

  • Participate in team meetings and workshops

  • Participate in program development, such as summer camp programs and after-school groups

  • Submitting appropriate charges in a timely manner

  • Maintaining cleanliness and organization of office and treatment space

  • Maintaining a recurring schedule and verifying that weekly schedules are correct

  • Participating in company social media

  • Participation in team meetings and in-services

  • Responsible for maintaining a high quality of care

  • Responsible for maintaining expected statistics

  • Submit payroll information in a timely manner

  • Communicating with director when support is wanted or needed

  • Follow POTS policies and procedures

  • Participation in any task that is in-line with the mission of POTS
     

Required Skills

  • Master’s Degree or Doctorate in Physical Therapy

  • 3+ years’ experience providing physical therapy to children in a sensory gym and in schools. Experience in treating children with a wide range of challenges

  • NJ Physical Therapy License

  • NJ school certification, preferred

  • Desire to work long term in a warm supportive environment

  • Compassionate, caring, collaborative, willing to go the extra mile for your families

  • Excellent problem-solving skills and analytic abilities

  • Willingness to work where our clients need us, primarily in our Teaneck office, but also in our Waldwick location, out of doors, virtually and in local schools

  • Ability to meet the child where they are and build a warm therapeutic relationship with the child and family

  • Ability to conduct assessments and evaluations using standardized evaluation tools and clinical observations to determine the child’s strengths and challenges, collaborate on goal setting with caregivers, and generate a comprehensive report of findings

  • Experience with a wide range of ages and conditions, including children birth to three and on the autism spectrum

  • Excellent communication skills with parents, children, and co-workers

  • Demonstrated commitment to continuing education

  • Specialty certifications such as CNDT, a plus

Hours to include some "after school hours" and/or Sundays

Salary with benefits commensurate with experience

Job Type: Part-time

COVID-19 considerations:
We are monitoring CDC and NJ Department of Health Guidelines and modifying our protocols to meet their recommendations. We do a health screening for staff and patients daily, check temperatures, disinfect assiduously and require masks.

Submit resume to office@potsot.com

 
 

Pediatric Speech Therapist

We are looking for therapists who have strong treatment and evaluation skills who are able to effectively work with children in the sensory gym, virtually and out of doors. The best candidates are therapists with demonstrated leadership ability who are upbeat, organized, self-motivated and problem solvers, who want to be part of a team of a dedicated team of therapists.

  • Evaluate new patients in the clinic, out of doors and virtually

  • Provide speech therapy services to children birth through 21 in a sensory gym, virtually and out of doors using the therapeutic approaches that best meet the child’s unique needs

  • Design and monitor effective home programs and school strategies, as needed, that meet the child's needs and family's capacity for follow-through

  • Collaborate with parents and teachers to set functional goals

  • Provide ongoing guidance, support, and education to parents and teachers, in person and virtually

  • Participate in team meetings and workshops

  • Participate in program development, such as summer camp programs and after-school groups

The ideal candidates will have expertise in:

  • Receptive/Expressive & Pragmatic Language Disorders

  • Apraxia of Speech

  • Articulation and Phonological Disorder

  • Executive Functioning

  • Oral motor evaluation and treatment skills

  • Feeding

  • Working with children on the Autistic Spectrum

 

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • Masters degree in Speech Pathology from a program accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

  • Hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA),

  • New Jersey speech pathology license

  • NJ school certification preferred

  • 3+ years’ experience providing individual speech therapy to children in a private practice setting and in schools. Experience in treating children birth-12 with a wide range of challenges, including Autism

  • Desire to work long term in a warm supportive environment

  • Compassionate, caring, collaborative, willing to go the extra mile for your families

  • Excellent problem-solving skills and analytic abilities

  • Willingness to work in our Teaneck and Waldwick locations, out of doors, virtually and in local schools

  • Ability to meet the child where they are and build a warm therapeutic relationship with the child and family

  • Ability to conduct assessments and evaluations using standardized evaluation tools and clinical observations to determine the child’s strengths and challenges, collaborate on goal setting with caregivers, and generate a comprehensive report of findings

  • Provide effective treatment sessions to meet the child's functional goals

  • Experience treating clients within the classroom and collaborating with teachers

  • Excellent communication skills with parents, children, and co-workers

  • Demonstrated commitment to continuing education

Job Type: Per diem, with flexible hours

Salary commensurate with experience

Job Type: Part-time

COVID-19 considerations:
We are monitoring CDC and NJ Department of Health Guidelines and modifying our protocols to meet their recommendations. We do a health screening for staff and patients daily, check temperatures, disinfect assiduously and require masks.

Submit resume to office@potsot.com

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Our Locations

1415 Queen Anne Road

Suite 100, Teaneck, NJ 07666 

71 Franklin Turnpike

Suite 1-7, Waldwick, NJ 07463