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DESCRIPTION

Boyer Children’s Clinic is currently seeking a part-time Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (Independent Contractor) to join our team! Boyer provides medical, therapy, special education and family services to infants and young children with developmental delays, and their families. For more information, visit www.boyercc.org.

Working with staff at all levels, the Registered Dietitian provides evaluative, therapeutic, and consultative services for children with feeding difficulties aged birth to three. Our Dietitian will work in partnership with other care team members to plan and coordinate nutrition care delivery for all patients referred by care team members. The Dietitian will formulate, revise, and maintain enteral nutrition patient care plans based on physician orders and assessment findings including the identification of patient problems/needs, goals and actions, and interventions relating to the care or service provided. The right person will be able to work collaboratively and earn trust quickly, while maintaining a focus on our overall mission.

Essential Functions include but are not limited to:

  • Provide direct, indirect, or consultative services to children with feeding difficulties in client homes, at other community sites, and in the center, in compliance with regulatory and company practices.
  • Ability to work with and support infants and toddlers with Nasogastric Tube (NG Tube), Nasojejunal Tube (NJ Tube), Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG), and provide weaning programs from the tube
  • Knowledgeable about community resources/WIC for feeding essentials, varieties of bottles, infant/toddler feeding tools, etc.
  • Knowledgeable about growth and weight gain in infants in toddlers
  • Have a comfort level and/or experience working with a variety of food cultures
  • Ability to provide strategizes for maximizing growth and increasing calories in infants and toddlers
  • Coordinate program with child’s caregiver(s), other therapy and educational programs, and with other involved agencies and professionals.

Compensation
This role is for 1099/Independent Contractor. Rates to be discussed.

Work Environment
The physical demands described represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; frequently required to sit and talk or hear; occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, or crouch; and occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 40 pounds (average three-year-old). Travel requirements include ability to transport oneself between office and various locations where service takes place, such as in Client homes and community locations.

Schedule
This position is for a 1099/Independent Contractor, estimated to be around 8 hours per month

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Skills

  • Action-oriented and solution-oriented with superior attention to detail.
  • Ability to express self effectively, both orally and in writing. Bilingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to earn trust and communicate, both in writing and verbally, at all levels and disciplines within and outside the organization.

Required Licenses, Qualifications, and/or Certifications

  • Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and/or Dietetics, accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Registered Dietitian/Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD or RDN)
  • Licensed Dietitian for the geographical area where he/she manages patients (LD or LDN)
  • One or more years of RD/RDN experience preferred, but not required
  • Current First Aid and CPR certification are required.
  • Must possess valid Washington State Driver’s License, automobile insurance, and a reliable means of transportation.

Required Abilities & Skills

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with children, parents, staff, co-workers, and physicians.
  • Ability to instruct parents and other persons involved in the handling and management of the child.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to pass Washington State DSHS criminal history and background check and fingerprint check.

Please note, COVID-19 and seasonal flu vaccination is strongly encouraged.

Boyer Children’s Clinic is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates will receive consideration without regard to disability, protected veteran status, or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable local, state, or federal law. Boyer will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant.

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DESCRIPTION

Boyer Children’s Clinic is currently seeking a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist to join our team! Boyer provides medical, therapy, special education and family services to infants and young children with developmental delays, and their families. For more information, visit www.boyercc.org.

Working with staff at all levels, the Speech-Language Pathologist provides evaluative, therapeutic, and consultative services for children with neuromuscular disorders and/or developmental delays who are delayed in speech, language, pre-speech (feeding), pre-linguistic (cognitive), and/or hearing abilities. Our therapists also help families learn how to care for and play with their children in ways that encourage emerging skills. The right person will be able to work collaboratively and earn trust quickly, while maintaining a focus on our overall mission.

Essential Functions include but are not limited to:

  • Provide direct, indirect, or consultative services to children with communication disorders in client homes, at other community sites, and in the center, in compliance with regulatory and company practices.
  • Establish and carry out appropriate therapy programs and alternate/augmentative communication systems according to each child’s needs.
  • Coordinate program with child’s caregiver(s), other therapy and educational programs, and with other involved agencies and professionals.
  • Document assessment, program, and progress of each child including written reports, Individual Education Plan or Individual Family Service Plan, videotape, and tape recordings as appropriate.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS
Skills:

  • Action-oriented and solution-oriented with superior attention to detail.
  • Ability to express self effectively, both orally and in writing. Bilingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to earn trust and communicate, both in writing and verbally, at all levels and disciplines within and outside the organization.

Required Licenses, Qualifications, and/or Certifications:

  • Masters of Science degree in Speech Language-Pathology. Background in neurogenic speech disorders, language disorders, autism, and pediatric feeding is desired, but not required
  • Previous experience of 2 years as a Speech-Language Pathologist working with children who have disabilities or equivalent desired.
  • Must possess a Certification of Clinical Competence by the American Speech and Hearing Association and Washington State Department of Health Speech and Language Pathologist License. Clinical Fellows may be considered.
  • Current First Aid and CPR certification are required.
  • Must possess valid Washington State Driver’s License, automobile insurance, and a reliable means of transportation.

Required Abilities & Skills:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with children, parents, staff, co-workers, and physicians.
  • Ability to instruct parents and other persons involved in the handling and management of the child.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to pass Washington State DSHS criminal history and background and fingerprint check.

Benefits:

  • We give you an exceptionally structured orientation with a ramp-up schedule to assist you.
  • We offer a 37.5 hour workweek and other schedule flexibility.
  • We offer Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Flexible Spending Account, Health Savings Account (if enrolled in a QHDHP health plan), Basic Life Insurance, AD&D Insurance, Long-Term Disability Insurance, Voluntary Supplemental Life & AD&D Insurance, 403(b) Plan (with discretionary match), .0462 hours of sick leave for every hour worked, 12 paid vacation days, three weeks’ paid program closures, 11 paid holidays, four paid Wellness Days, three days paid bereavement leave, and up to two weeks paid jury duty leave (unpaid leave beyond two weeks if needed), and monthly cellular phone reimbursement.

Compensation:

$70,000 to $97,750 annually, depending on experience.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; frequently required to sit and talk or hear; occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, or crouch; and occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 40 pounds (average three-year-old). Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

Loan Forgiveness:

If you are employed by a nonprofit or government and have student loan debt through the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program, you may be eligible for loan forgiveness, cancellation, and/or consolidation under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF). Please direct your questions regarding your eligibility to your student loan program.

Please note, COVID-19 and seasonal flu vaccination is strongly encouraged.

Boyer Children’s Clinic is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates will receive consideration without regard to disability, protected veteran status, or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable local, state, or federal law. Boyer will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant.

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DESCRIPTION

Boyer Children’s Clinic is currently seeking a Full-Time Early Childhood Special Educator to execute educational programming focused on improving cognitive, communication, motor and social skills in children with neuromuscular or developmental delays. With oversight of the Education Department Manager, the Early Childhood Special Educator assists in developing and refining programs designed to promote successful, independent exploration while meeting each child at their ability. The right person will be able to work with many different kinds of people, while maintaining a focus on our overall mission. The individual in this position needs to also be able to quickly adapt to a lot of different situations.

Boyer Children’s Clinic provides medical, therapy, special education and family services to infants and young children with neuromuscular disabilities and developmental delays. For more information on Boyer Children’s Clinic, please visit www.boyercc.org.

Essential Functions include, but are not limited to:

  • Facilitate the development, scheduling, and review of the Educational Programming in compliance with regulatory and company guidelines.
  • Coordinate the educational program for agency children, in client homes, at other community sites, and in the center.
  • Serve as primary education contact person for parents of assigned children.
  • Coordinate the completion of assessments, initial and all subsequent evaluations.
  • Develop appropriate individualized educational programs (IFSP’s/Bridge Service Plans/Bridge Service Plans) for all children on the basis of assessment results.
  • Develop teaching plans and coordinate the planning and preparation of all parent toddler playgroup activities.
  • Provide adequate documentation on all programs, including preparation of summary reports.
  • Conduct parent toddler playgroup staffings and production of team agendas.
  • Coordinate services with other agency programs, i.e. participate in conferences, staffings, in-services, etc.
  • Participate and help schedule parent conferences following annual and 6 month reviews.
  • Participating in public relations and collaboration with members of the community and external stake holders. This includes, but is not limited to giving tours of the facility, introducing external visitors and potential families to the mission of the education department and attending field related events or trainings.
  • Assist in overseeing instructional assistants.
  • Be responsible for the instructional assistants’ performance in the parent toddler playgroup.
  • Complete performance evaluations on instructional assistants in conjunction with Education Department Manager.
  • Provide training for aides/assistants and volunteers in parent toddler playgroups.
  • Perform administrative duties and other projects as assigned by the Education Department Manager.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS
Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree (B.A.) in Special Education or related field is required and 5 or more years experience working with infants and young children with special needs is preferred.
  • Master’s of Education Degree (M.Ed.) in Early Childhood Special Education is preferred.

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:

  • Valid State of Washington Teaching Certificate with Special Education Endorsement or Special Education Certification.
  • Current First Aid and CPR certifications are required.
  • Must possess valid Washington State Driver’s License, automobile insurance, and a reliable means of transportation.

Required Abilities & Skills:

  • Demonstrated leadership skills. Ability to provide oversight to junior education staff to meet individual and departmental goals.
  • Action-oriented and solution-oriented with superior attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to express self effectively, both orally and in writing. Bilingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to earn trust and communicate, both in writing and verbally, at all levels and disciplines within and outside the organization.
  • Ability to pass Washington State DSHS criminal history and background check and FBI fingerprint check.

Benefits:

  • We give you an exceptionally structured orientation with a ramp-up schedule to assist you.
  • We offer schedule flexibility and a supportive, team-oriented workplace.
  • We offer Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Flexible Spending Account, Health Savings Account (if enrolled in a QHDHP health plan), Basic Life Insurance, AD&D Insurance, Long-Term Disability Insurance, Voluntary Supplemental Life & AD&D Insurance, 403(b) Plan (with discretionary match), .0462 hours of sick leave for every hour worked, 12 paid vacation days, three weeks’ paid program closures, 11 paid holidays, four paid Wellness Days, three days paid bereavement leave, up to two weeks paid jury duty leave (unpaid leave beyond two weeks if needed), and monthly cellular phone reimbursement.

Compensation:
$70,000 to $97,750 annually, depending on experience.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; frequently required to sit and talk or hear; occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, or crouch; and occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 40 pounds (average three-year-old). Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

Loan Forgiveness:

If you are employed by a nonprofit or government and have student loan debt through the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program, you may be eligible for loan forgiveness, cancellation, and/or consolidation under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF). Please direct your questions regarding your eligibility to your student loan program.

Please note, COVID-19 and seasonal flu vaccination is strongly encouraged.

Boyer Children’s Clinic is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates will receive consideration without regard to disability, protected veteran status, or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable local, state, or federal law. Boyer will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant.

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DESCRIPTION

Boyer Children’s Clinic is currently seeking a Full-Time Physical Therapist to provide physical therapy to children with neuromuscular disorders and atypical or delayed development. Boyer Children’s Clinic provides medical, therapy, special education and family services to infants and young children with cerebral palsy and other developmental delays and their families. The right candidate will be able to support services for our children and families in the North Seattle area. For more information on Boyer Children’s Clinic, please visit www.boyercc.org.

Essential Functions include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide assessment and physical therapy treatment – primarily serving North Seattle – for agency children in client homes, other community sites, and in the center.
  • Assess and evaluate the children.
  • Establish and carry out a treatment program according to the child’s needs.
  • Evaluate home and/or school situation by making site visits, if indicated.
  • Educate parents or caretaker and educational staff in specific handling of child.
  • Act as consultant to therapy and educational staff in regard to specific children.
  • Seek consultation from appropriate team members when necessary.
  • Participate in developing or making adaptive equipment for their child.
  • Perform case management and other administrative requirements.
  • Act as case manager for specific children.
  • Provide adequate medical records and documentation (e.g., IFSP) on assessment, progress, and program of each child in accordance with clinic policy.
  • Schedule minimum hours of therapy as established by therapy department policy.
  • Participate at staff conferences and meetings and in-services.
  • Organize specific areas in therapy department and order supplies and equipment as needed.
  • Keep time records and billing sheets weekly.
  • Coordinate services with other therapy and educational programs, having contact with involved medical and educational personnel within this facility and at outside agencies.
  • Provide training, care coordination, assistance with access, program planning, interagency coordination, and administrative functions to support Medicaid programs.
  • Perform training related duties.
  • Organize therapy in-services on rotating basis.
  • Facilitate professional growth of team members. Keep abreast of development of own professional field.
  • Assist with demonstration in courses as appropriate.
  • Share information from courses, etc. in staff in-services.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS
Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy is required; Master’s of Science degree in Physical Therapy or Doctorate of Physical Therapy preferred.
  • Previous experience as a physical therapist working with children desired.
  • Training and experience in the handling of children with cerebral palsy and the treatment of neuromuscular and developmental problems is desirable.

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:

  • Must possess a State of Washington PT License.
  • Current First Aid and CPR certification are required.
  • Must possess valid Washington State Driver’s License, automobile insurance, and a reliable means of transportation.

Required Abilities & Skills:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with children, parents, staff, co-workers, and physicians.
  • Ability to instruct parents and other persons involved in the handling and management of the child.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to pass Washington State DSHS criminal history and background check and FBI fingerprint check.

Benefits:

  • We give you an exceptionally structured orientation with a ramp-up schedule to assist you.
  • We offer a 37.5 hour workweek and other schedule flexibility.
  • We offer Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Flexible Spending Account, Health Savings Account (if enrolled in a QHDHP health plan), Basic Life Insurance, AD&D Insurance, Long-Term Disability Insurance, Voluntary Supplemental Life & AD&D Insurance, 403(b) Plan (with discretionary match), .0462 hours of sick leave for every hour worked, 12 paid vacation days, three weeks’ paid program closures, 11 paid holidays, four paid Wellness Days, three days paid bereavement leave, and up to two weeks paid jury duty leave (unpaid leave beyond two weeks if needed).

Compensation: $70,000 to $97,000 annually, depending on experience.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee frequently is required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is often required to stand; walk; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crawl, or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift, transfer weight, and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Please note, COVID-19 and seasonal flu vaccination is strongly encouraged.

Boyer Children’s Clinic is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates will receive consideration without regard to disability, protected veteran status, or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable local, state, or federal law. Boyer will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant.

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Since 1942, Boyer Children’s Clinic has worked to empower families and improve the lives of children with special needs. We recognize the impact of a diverse staff who reflect the families we serve, and we continuously strive to extend our core values of equity and inclusion into the broader community. We encourage all qualified individuals to apply for employment at Boyer, especially members of underrepresented groups and veterans. We are committed to recruiting and hiring individuals, and treating employees during employment, without regard to any legally protected class.