At Connections Therapy Center, our team members are our greatest assets and we believe in providing them with the most productive, positive, and enjoyable working environment possible. If you’re a caring professional seeking a challenging and rewarding experience working with children and adolescents with special needs, consider joining our team!
We are always seeking part-time and full-time staff to help provide comprehensive evaluations and treatment of children and adolescents birth to 18 years of age with developmental delays and/or disabilities.
Connections Therapy Center therapists are carefully chosen for their years of experience and expertise, as well as their personal characteristics. We are selective and offer above average compensation plans for the right candidates.
Connections Therapy Center offers individualized therapy plans, not “cookie-cutter” plans. If you become a Connections Therapy therapist, you will have the ability to have real impact on the lives of the children and adolescents you treat and care for.
We offer extensive training opportunities to our therapists within both their specialty areas and in areas that complement their specialty areas, to help deepen their expertise and broaden their ability to see the larger treatment picture.
Our Current Openings
School-Based Therapy Team
Speech Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists are encouraged to apply. These therapists serve on IEP teams to provide appropriate evaluation, diagnosis, and interventions that enable school children to access their curriculum and their school environment.
Registered Behavior Technician (ABA Therapist)
The Registered Behavior Technician implements ABA services under the direction of a BCBA. The Behavior Technician collects reliable data on behaviors in order to develop important learning, social, and/or behavioral skills. Supervision and training is available for applicants who do not have the RBT credential.
The Occupational Therapist assesses, diagnoses, treats, and helps to prevent disorders related to fine motor, perceptual motor, and sensory skills.
The Physical Therapist assesses, diagnoses, treats, and helps to prevent disorders related to gross motor skills.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
The Board Certified Behavioral Analyst assesses children who have or are thought to have behavioral concerns, developmental delays and or Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Behavior Specialist leads the team in the child’s individualized ABA therapy program, implements therapy, and manages the program.
Speech Language Pathologist
The Speech-Language Pathologist assesses, diagnoses, treats, and helps to prevent disorders related to speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, and fluency.