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Administrative Assistant

We are seeking a full time administrative assistant to work in the front office in a pediatric child development clinic. The administrative assistant position responsibilities include: new patient coordination, insurance support, limited medical billing, contract management, HR support, phone and email support, and database management.

The most appropriate candidates for the administrative assistant position will be college graduates, have excellent communication skills, and be hard-working, personable, energetic, organized, versatile, a nd capable of big picture thinking. This person must be enthusiastic about working in an environment that assists children and must be able to connect with an occasional disorganized client or their family.

The administrative assistant must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel. Experience with Quickbooks Pro Bookkeeping would be valuable. Experience with medical insurances would be helpful. Proficient typing, math skills, good grammar and legible printing abilities are mandatory. The ability to provide basic tech support (for technology-limited clinicians) would be a plus.

All interested candidates should please call 408-827-1861 to explain their interest in this position and get further instruction.

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

We are seeking a part-time occupational therapist with a flexible schedule. The occupational therapist needs to bounce off walls and spin in circles with children with a range of conditions including sensory processing disorders, LD, NLD, ASD, and ADHD. The therapist will have the capacity to independently evaluate and create treatment plans, but will also have the opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary setting. The candidates should be a licensed occupational therapist who has had an internship in pediatrics with sensory integration frame of reference and/or three or more years of professional clinical experience. The clinician should be experienced at offering a range of occupational therapy services, because he or she will be afforded the independence to create individual and group programs. The therapist will produce written reports and therefore must have appropriate writing skills.
Part time work could potentially lead to full time position.

This job opportunity is available in a comfortable and flexible work environment. If you would like to pursue this OT position, please send a resume and a letter describing interest and experience to