Join our family-focused, energetic, friendly team at Seattle Therapy Network! We are seeking passionate, creative, and team-oriented Occupational Therapists (OTR/L). If you love working with children and helping empower them, we want to hear from you!
Seattle Therapy Network is a multi-disciplinary clinic focused on enabling every child. We fully believe in the power of occupations, especially those of play and creating connections with others. Our team of experienced occupational therapists enjoy exploring their clinical interests, mentorship, and clinical collaboration. Our unique facility focuses on creating an environment that kids and their family want to be in, one that friendships and connections can be organically created, kids can be leaders and learners, and sharing and playing together occurs in every hour.
Occupational therapists at Seattle therapy network are responsible for excellent care of pediatric clients, including teens and young adults. As an occupational therapist, you play an integral role in upholding our values of collaboration, communication, credibility, family-centeredness, equity, and fun.
Complete comprehensive evaluations of all areas of occupation.
Collaborate with others to create a best plan of care.
Complete detailed, accurate, and timely documentation of evaluations, re-evaluations, and daily treatment.
Provide ongoing therapy services, including family education and home programs. Services are primarily in clinic setting but opportunities for other settings available.
Maintain productivity and documentation standards for your job description.
Assist with program development and in-house learning.
Participate in continuing education relevant to clinic and personal career goals.
Participate in community outreach events
Participate in fieldwork and intern education.
Maintain a clean work environment.
Degree in occupational therapy from an accredited program.
Valid Washington state professional license.
Excellent clinical reasoning.
Passion for working with children and families.
Respectful of individual family cultures and values.
CPR/First Aid Certified.
Able to prioritize and organize responsibilities.
Positive, curious, and playful attitude.
Active member of AOTA and WOTA.
Experience and understanding of sensory integration, typical development, social thinking, collaborative problem solving, and self-regulation strategies.
Experience with a variety of standardized instruments.
Ability to be flexible, jump-in, and problem solve.
Strong verbal and written skills, including the ability to communicate with a varied audience. Ability to express views and value in occupational therapy.
Experience running small groups.
Entry level applicants welcome with pediatric fieldwork experience.