Career Opportunities

Pediatric Occupational Therapist Opening

At the Rosenberg Center, our mission is to provide assessment and treatment to children.  We include families in the decision process and give them the time and information they need to make good decisions for their children’s futures.   As an occupational therapist you will support development in the areas of sensory processing, motor coordination, feeding and functional skills.

 

Our patients range in age from birth-21. We work closely with parents and others involved in each child’s care, with the goal of providing services that are meaningful within the context of the child’s life.

 

Join our staff and become part of a collaborative environment where you’ll have regular contact with other professionals and disciplines to exchange ideas and support, and know your work is valued and your ideas respected. We also offer the freedom to manage the size of your caseload as well as competitive pay and benefits.

 

Position Summary

Planning, evaluating, organizing and conducting pediatric occupational therapy programs.

 

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. This position requires independent clinical judgment, well developed communication skills, and the ability to work well with coworkers and families of clients.

 

The OT will also work and collaborate with other members of the child’s care team. 

 

Position Qualifications

Minimum Education:

Graduate of an accredited School of Occupational Therapy and licensed in the State of Minnesota.

 

Minimum Experience:

One+ years of clinical experience in a pediatric therapy setting. Proficiency in conducting evaluations in a

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.


 

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist Opening

At the Rosenberg Center, our mission is to provide evidence based, excellent assessment and treatment services to children.  We include families in the decision process and give them the time and information they need to make good decisions for their children’s futures.   As a speech and language pathologist you will assess and treat all aspects of a child’s communication skills. 

 

Our patients range in age from birth-21. We work closely with parents and others involved in each child’s care, with the goal of providing services that are meaningful within the context of the child’s life.

 

Join our staff and become part of a collaborative environment where you’ll have regular contact with other professionals and disciplines to exchange ideas and support, and know your work is valued and your ideas respected. We also offer the freedom to manage the size of your caseload as well as competitive pay and benefits.

 

Position Summary

Planning, evaluating, organizing and conducting pediatric speech and language therapy programs.

 

The speech-language pathologist will administer evaluations and assessments to determine a child’s level of function relative to age in such areas receptive language, expressive language, speech sound production, vocabulary, fluency of speech and problem solving skills.

 

The speech-language pathologist will develop a treatment plan and monitor progress for each child on his/her caseload. This position requires independent clinical judgment, well developed communication skills, and the ability to work well with coworkers and families of clients.

 

The speech-language pathologist will also work and collaborate with other members of the child’s care team. 

 

Position Qualifications

Minimum Education:

Graduate of an accredited School of Speech-Language Pathology (Master’s level) and licensed in the State of Minnesota.  ASHA accreditation is also required. 

 

Minimum Experience:

One+ years of clinical experience in a pediatric therapy setting. Proficiency in conducting evaluations in a

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.


 

Psychologist

Job Description and Responsibilities:

The Rosenberg Center, by charter, approaches the assessment and treatment of children from a whole child perspective and with a multidisciplinary approach. Because of this, psychologists contracted with the Rosenberg center will work collaboratively with all disciplines including medical staff, speech pathology, occupational therapy, educational staff, office professionals, and other psychologists to provide services to our customers. This collaboration will include but is not limited to:

  • Initial interviews and diagnostic assessment    
  • Psychological testing as indicated
  • Therapy/treatment in individual, family, and group therapy modalities using evidenced based practice and with informed consent for treatment as priority
  • Consultation with parents, schools, medical providers, and other referral sources
  • Parent education
  • Participation in multidisciplinary team evaluations

 

Other responsibilities will include:

  • Return of patient/collaborative phone calls by the end of each workday.
  • Obtaining prior authorization from insurance companies for treatment and testing as needed.
  • Completion of clinical documentation and accurate record keeping by the end of each workday.
  • Written reports completed within 48 hours.
  • Writing letters to schools and other professionals as needed.


Psychologists contracted with the Rosenberg Center will cover these needs for other psychologists as needed, when colleagues are away from the office. When the Employee is out of the office, the same courtesies will be provided by their psychologist colleagues. 

It will be expected that psychologists at the Rosenberg Center work within the scope of their training and experience as indicated on their professional licenses, will consult with colleagues as needed, and will adhere to the rules, code of conduct, state law, and ethics associated with their profession. 


 

1935 County Road B2 West Suite 100 Roseville, MN 55113 (651) 636-4155