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Careers

About the Pediatric Movement Center

 

The Pediatric Movement Center (PMC) is family-centered and passionate about providing the best care to the children and families in the Tri-state region. Through individualized patient-centered practices designed to empower children with and without special needs, we provide comprehensive therapeutic, recreation, and support services to children and their families in our community and surrounding areas.

 

The Pediatric Movement Center is Always Excepting New Applicants

 

We are always excepting resumes of prospective team members! Please send a current resume to info@pmchag.com to apply and learn more about our company and job opportunities!

Speech Therapy Department

The Pediatric Movement Center welcomes all licensed speech therapists to apply to be a part of our team! Please send resumes to info@pmchag.com with your employment status (full-time, part-time, or PRN) preference.

Position Summary

Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) are expected to assess and treat children with speech, language, voice, fluency, and feeding/swallowing delays and disorders. The SLP will collect client background and medical history for diagnostic and treatment purposes. The SLP will be able to interpret speech, language, and hearing test results as well as modified barium swallow test results to best implement a treatment plan of care. The SLP will demonstrate competency in identifying adaptive equipment for augmentative-assistive communication needs. The SLP will develop a treatment plan and monitor progress for each child on his/her caseload. The SLP is expected to maintain thorough, up-to-date treatment notes on each client and develop appropriate home programs for clients when applicable. The SLP is expected to demonstrate effective communication skills between therapists, client and client’s family.

Position Qualifications

  • A Master’s level education degree from an accredited School in Speech Language Pathology, Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC) or a Clinical Fellow (CF) in process of obtaining a Certificate of Clinical Competency through the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) Board
  • An active license to practice Speech Language Pathology in the state of Maryland.

 

Minimum Experience

Proficiency in conducting evaluations and treatment sessions in a pediatric clinic-based setting. Required skills include planning, administering, scoring, and interpreting test results related to speech development, receptive and expressive language skills, and safe, effective feeding and swallowing skills. Effective oral and written communication skills are also required throughout this process.1+ years of feeding and swallowing experience preferred.

Physical Requirements

Moderate physical effort, standing/walking, occasionally lifts clients, supplies and/or equipment, occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, and crouching, manual dexterity and mobility

Occupational Therapy Department

The Pediatric Movement Center welcomes all licensed occupational therapists and certified occupational therapy assistants to apply to be a part of our team! Please send resumes to info@pmchag.com with your employment status (full-time, part-time, or PRN) preference.

Position Summary

Occupational therapists will be expected to plan, evaluate, organize and conduct pediatric occupational therapy programs to facilitate growth in sensory-motor development. The OT will administer occupational therapy evaluations and assessments to determine a child’s level of function relative to age in such areas as fine/gross motor skill development, sensory motor integration, sensory modulation, self-care and activities of daily living. The OT will develop a treatment plan and monitor progress for each child on his/her caseload.

 

Occupational therapy assistants (COTA) are expected to work in conjunction with the primary occupational therapist in carry-through of therapy treatment programs. COTAs will demonstrate sound judgement for the safety of the child, and work in conjunction with the OT to determine effectiveness of the therapy program.

 

The OT/COTA is expected to maintain thorough, up-to-date treatment notes on each client, and develop appropriate home programs for clients when applicable. The OT/COTA is expected to facilitate developmental strategies for perceptual, motor and sensory improvement. This position requires independent clinical judgment, well- developed communication skills, and the ability to work well with coworkers and families of clients.

 

Position Qualifications

Minimum Education: Graduate of an accredited School of Occupational Therapy and licensed in the State of Maryland.

 

Minimum Experience:

One+ years of clinical experience in a pediatric therapy setting. Proficiency in conducting evaluations in pediatric clinic-based setting. Required skills include planning, administering, scoring and interpreting tests related to development in both sensory processing and motor coordination. Effective written and oral communication skills are also required throughout this process.

 

Physical Demands: Moderate physical effort, standing/walking, occasionally lifts supplies and/or equipment, occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, and crouching, manual dexterity and mobility

Physical Therapy Department

The Pediatric Movement Center welcomes all licensed physical therapists and physical therapy assistants to apply to be a part of our team! Please send resumes to info@pmchag.com with your employment status (full-time, part-time, or PRN) preference.

Position Summary

Physical therapists will provide comprehensive assessments, perform evaluations, establish diagnoses and prognosis, identify the plan of care, and perform interventions as appropriate for children referred to the Pediatric Movement Center. Physical therapists will provide physical therapy assistants directions and supervision for therapy interventions.

A physical therapist is expected to work with individuals to acquire, maintain, restore, and improve movement, activity, and function.  As a result, the individual is able to achieve optimal performance, enhanced health, well-being, and quality of life. A physical therapist at PMC is to provide services that prevent, minimize, or eliminate impairments of body functions and structures, activity limitations, and participation restrictions. Physical therapy is provided for individuals of all ages who have or may develop impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions related to (1) conditions of the musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular, pulmonary, and/or integumentary systems or (2) the negative effects attributable to unique personal and environmental factors as they relate to human performance.

 

Qualifications

  • Minimum Education: Graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy school and licensed in the State of Maryland.
  • One+ years of clinical experience in a pediatric therapy setting. Required skills include developmental handling and knowledge related to development in both gross motor milestones and motor coordination in a pediatric clinic-based setting. Effective written and oral communication skills are also required throughout this process.

 

Physical Requirements

Moderate physical effort, standing/walking, occasionally lifts clients, supplies and/or equipment, occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, and crouching, manual dexterity and mobility

Administrative & Support Staff

The Pediatric Movement Center welcomes all administrative personnel and support staff to apply to be a part of our team! We are always accepting resumes for administrative positions such as reception, billing, and rehab techs. Please send resumes to info@pmchag.com!

Position Summary

Our support staff work with our clients and our team members to provide exceptional customer service to our therapeutic and recreational clients and their families in our community and surrounding areas. Our admin team will spend their time assisting clients.

Qualifications

Members of our administrative team must be friendly and enjoy customer, love working with children, as well as being detail oriented. Staff must have working knowledge of computer programs, and be flexible to meet the changing needs of our clients. Previous experience in a medical office, billing department or a rehabilitation tech department is preferred.

KidMotion Department

The Pediatric Movement Center welcomes all instructors and preschool teachers/aides to apply to be a part of our team! Please send resumes to info@pmchag.com with your employment status (full-time, part-time, or PRN) preference.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Pediatric Movement Center (PMC) is accepting instructors to join our KidMotion program! The Kidmotion program is designed for kids of all ages and abilities to develop their social skills, creativity, strength, endurance, coordination and confidence through fun age-appropriate activities. Students will be placed in groups according to age and skill level. An instructor will teach developmental classes built upon gymnastics principles.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Instructors will lead classes to students for children aged aged 3-12 years of age
  • Foster a fun, supportive, enjoyable, and safe environment for the students while teaching age and ability appropriate classes
  • Work one-on-one with students in private lessons

EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • 1+ gymnastics instruction experience or practical knowledge. Membership with USA Gymnastics is a plus and/or experience teaching children
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, written and organizational skills
  • Applicant must be at least 16 years of age

Physical Requirements

Moderate physical effort, standing/walking, occasionally lifts clients, supplies and/or equipment, occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, and crouching, manual dexterity and mobility