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Little Peas Speech Therapy is looking for a passionate Lead Pediatric Occupational Therapist to join our energetic team of SLPs and to lead and grow our Occupational Therapy Program! 



Assesses, plans, and implements specific occupational therapy treatment programs for individual patients. Collaborates with multi-disciplinary treatment team. Supervises work of support personnel. Oversee growth of Occupational Therapy team, complete SOAP notes and necessary medical documentation, work closely with Clinic Owner for development of OT Program at Little Peas. 


Education/Qualifications & Skills

  • Area of expertise in pediatric occupational therapy

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited Occupational Therapy program approved by the Occupational Therapy Association.

  • Able to render patient services and supervise Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTA/COTA), Therapy Aides and students.

  • Excellent organizational skills to facilitate program development.

  • Skilled in home program development and family training.

  • Knowledge in appropriate selection and use of DME (adaptive equipment.)

  • Efficient in Computer skills for electronic documentation and records

  • Current applicable state Occupational Therapist License (OT) required.

  • 5+ years experience preferred (less experience also considered)

  • Experience with Sensory Feeding/Dysphagia (preferred)

  • Collaborative approach with multidisciplinary team for maximum progress.

  • Independence, great problem-solving skills, organized, self-starter

If this sounds like the perfect fit for you, please send your Resume and Cover Letter to:

Little Peas Speech Therapy is looking for an energetic and passionate Pediatric SLP to join our clinic! 


Position Overview:

This position is an exciting opportunity to grow as a professional and exercise your clinical skills in a variety of ways. The position is full-time (part time considered). The perfect candidate would have experience in phonological/speech sound disorders, late talking toddlers, social communication disorders, language-based learning disabilities, Autism, oral motor deficits, feeding, and fluency. The right person will have a strong work ethic, be organized, and passionate about working with kids. 

Work responsibilities include:

  • Administration and analysis of pediatric speech and language assessments

  • Develop, oversee, and implement client’s Plan of Care (POC)

  • Review, analyze data, observe program implementation and make necessary changes in client’s POC

  • Collaborate with colleagues, parents, pediatricians and educational professionals in order to share information and expertise associated with client success

  • Collect, maintain and evaluate data on each client’s progress

  • Communicate openly and effectively with parents and coworkers  

  • Conduct training workshops for families and/or schools

  • Complete necessary documentation including SOAP notes, Evaluation Reports, and Progress Notes


Required Education/Certification:
- Master’s Degree or PhD in Speech and Language Pathology & 
Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA
- Oregon state license for Speech-Language Pathology (current and active)


Minimum of 2 years of pediatric speech therapy experience

Pediatric Feeding/Dysphagia experience is a plus

If this sounds like the perfect fit for you, please send your Resume and Cover Letter to:

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