Pediatric Occupational Therapist


Occupational therapist use play to enhance the child's fine motor skills and muscular 

strength. They also address feeding and oral motor skills, self-care skills, positioning,

adaptive equipment, sensory integration techniques, and assist individuals in acquiring

the knowledge, needed to preform.

Education:

Graduate of an accredited college or university in Occupational Therapy.
Licensed or eligible in the State of Oklahoma.
Master's or Bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy with current licensure.

Experience:
Pediatric experience is required
Two years experience working with children, preferably children with special needs.
Knowledge and skills related to achieving successful outcomes for children and families

challenged by developmental risk and/or disabilities in a routines-based, primary service

provider model.

Schedule Details: Monday-Friday

Compensation Range: Very competitive pay, based on experience.

Pediatric Physical Therapist


Responsible for evaluation, planning, directing and administering physical therapy modalities

of treatment as prescribed by a licensed physician. Administers treatments in an effort to restore

function and prevent disability following injury, disease or physical disability. Assists patients to

reach their maximum performance and level of functioning, while learning to live within the limits

of their capabilities. The staff therapist participates in operational aspects of the department,

performance improvement activities within the department. Provides input in formulating budget

and takes appropriate action to remain in budget guidelines. Ensures that patient charges are

accurate and entered on a timely basis.

 

Basic Qualifications:
Prefer 1-3 years of experience in physical therapy.

Experience with pediatrics is also preferred.

 

Other Qualifications:
Ability to read and communicate effectively in English. Strong written and verbal skills. Basic

computer knowledge. Knowledge of physical medicine, physical therapy modalities, anatomy

and physiology. Knowledge of rehabilitation equipment operation and maintenance.

Decision-making and problem solving skills. Team-building skills. Very positive attitude

with a welcoming personality. Benefit Eligible: Yes (Paid Time Off, Medical, Dental, 401k)
Hours/Pay Period: Full time; 34 - 40 hours/week. Flexible.

 

Schedule Details: Monday-Friday

Compensation Range: Very competitive pay, based on experience.

Speech and Occupational Therapy Community Based Team

Contract based therapist openings available for application.

Community Based Services : Homes, Daycares, Schools.

Paid Per Billable Hour 

Mileage Paid

Behavioral Health Clinical Director

Job Summary:

Duties are approximately 60% direct therapeutic services , 40% administrative and program

development. The Clinical Director is a direct report to the CEO. Must supervise seasoned

professionals from other disciplines. Must have Sufficient knowledge and skill in the clinical field

to lead others and to guide Sunshine Center Pediatric Therapy’s clinical program.  Therapists at the

Sunshine Center pediatric therapy work mostly with clients under 21 and their families but also do

individual counseling, as determined in collaboration with the therapist. 

 

Program Development:

Conducts and facilitates presentations to community agencies, religious organizations, schools,

daycares, etc., to promote therapeutic services.

Foster partnerships with mental health providers and agencies to both receive and make

appropriate referrals to ensure client care.

 

Administrative Duties:

Facilitates behavioral health department meetings and participates with bi-weekly meetings

with the CEO.

Supervises Behavioral Health Employees, LPC candidates (i.e. hiring, performance reviews,

supervision, etc.).

Responsible for State Agency compliance and reporting.

Schedule 24/7 crisis hotline phone assignments.

Coordinates and prepares for state audits.

Coordinates with and provides information/input for administrative requests, (i.e. reports, data entry).

Trains and mentors staff, including in other departments for therapeutic education/staffing

needs when requested.

Conducts regular file audits and facilitates and monitors continuous quality improvement.

Initiate an evaluation/outcome system with all clinical services.

Attends trainings.

Other duties as assigned.


Direct Services:

Conduct individual and group therapy sessions.

Perform mental health assessments.

Keep case notes and required documentation on therapy sessions.

Make appropriate referrals in-house and within the community to meet client needs.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

LCSW, LMFT, CMHC, or PhD level Psychologist.
Experience working with victims of abuse, children, adults and families preferred.
Prior work experience in play therapy interventions with children preferred.
Prior work experience in crisis intervention.
Pass annual Background Criminal Investigation.
Extensive clinical training and experience, validated by an Oklahoma state license.
Mastery of a coherent theory and practice of therapy with the ability to integrate spirituality and psychology.

 

Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

Experience with supervision of staff members.

Problem solving and communication skills.

Ability to work under stress and handle crisis situations.

Thorough knowledge in positive parenting techniques and child management skills.

Knowledge of community resources and referral process.

Working knowledge of family systems.

Knowledge of play therapy techniques.

Experience facilitating group therapy sessions.

Knowledge of child abuse symptoms and their effect on victims.

Proven ability to work as an effective team leader and team member.

 

Responsibilities and Duties:

To provide one-to-one individual, family, group counseling for children and adults on a daily basis.

To provide clinical supervision of weekly for the entire treatment team.

To provide individual supervision for each clinician at least one time monthly.

Licensed Professional Counselor


Energetic, motivated individuals who are interested in a chance to positively impact the life of

kids are encouraged to apply.

Duties/Responsibilities include:
The primary responsibility will be to provide weekly individual psychotherapy sessions for

the youth in care. Applicants must be licensed and able to meet the Medicaid requirements

as a Licensed Mental Health Professional.

Qualifications:
Master's degree in a behavioral health field
3+ Years of Clinical experience (post graduate)

 

 

Licensed Professional Counselor Community Based Team

Contract School Therapist Positions Now Open.  Currently Serving Tulsa Public Schools.

Benefits

Sunshine Center is pleased to provide a comprehensive benefits package that is not only

competitive but responsive to your needs and the needs of your family. We offer Medical/Dental,

401K, Paid Leave, Holiday Pay is available to full time employees as well as many other benefits

and perks provided to all part-time and full time team members.

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