Employment Opportunities

We are looking for two enthusiastic speech language pathologists and one occupational therapist to join our team!  If interested please contact Lisa Fox, Scott Fox, and Erin Hofmann at kptherapyservices@gmail.com or 513-575-5431×3. Thank you!

 

Title

Contract Occupational Therapist for Kid Power Therapy Services, Inc.

Location

Cincinnati Area private school specializing in providing services to students with autism spectrum and related disorders

Definition and Primary Objective:

To provide evaluations, treatment and consultations for clients with a variety of sensory, gross motor and fine motor disorders.  Assist with implementation and development of Individual Education Plans (IEP) and Evaluation Team Reports (ETR).  Serve as an expert in Occupational Therapy.  Provide specialty leadership, education, and mentorship for professionals within the agency and in the community.

Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

Active state license in Occupational Therapy; proof of liability insurance, and a Five-Year Associate License/Pupil Services.

Experience working with clients with disabilities, which include sensory, fine motor, gross motor, behavioral, communication and learning challenges as well as clients on the Autism Spectrum.  Knowledge of special education research based best practices.  Ability to communicate with community agencies, parents, post-secondary education institutions and staff.

Must possess minimum technical skills including familiarity with Microsoft Windows and ability to use standard Microsoft Office applications.

Title

Contract Speech and Language Pathologist for Kid Power Therapy Services, Inc.

Locations

Cincinnati Area private schools specializing in providing services to students with autism spectrum and related disorders.

Kid Power Therapy Services, Inc. clinic specializing in providing services to clients with a variety of communication needs.

Definition and Primary Objective:

To provide Speech and Language Therapy services to include but not limited to: Evaluations, treatment, and consultations for clients with a variety of communication challenges.  Assist with implementation and development of Individual Education Plans (IEP) and Evaluation Team Reports (ETR).  Serve as an expert in Speech and Language Therapy.  Provide specialty leadership, education, and mentorship for professionals within the agency and in the community.

Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

Active state license in Speech and Language Pathology; proof of liability insurance, and a Five-Year Associate License/Pupil Services.

Experience working with clients with disabilities, which include sensory, behavioral, communication and learning challenges as well as clients on the Autism Spectrum.  Knowledge of special education research based best practices.  Ability to communicate with community agencies, parents, post-secondary education institutions and staff.