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Little Peas Speech Therapy is looking for a compassionate and skilled professionals to join our growing team! 

Pediatric Occupational Therapist


Assesses, plans, and implements specific occupational therapy treatment programs for individual patients. Collaborates with multi-disciplinary treatment team. Supervises work of support personnel. 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:

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist (6 Month Maternity Leave coverage, with potential to be full time)

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

AAC 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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