Shine Pediatric Therapy Mission:
“To be a light in the lives of children and families by increasing the independence of the child within the dynamic family environment.”

Shine Pediatric Therapy is currently seeking a passionate and dedicated Pediatric Occupational Therapist to join our team. The ideal candidate will have experience working with children with diverse developmental needs and a strong commitment to making a positive impact in their lives. As a member of our therapy team, the Pediatric Occupational Therapist will play a key role in providing comprehensive evaluations and evidence-based interventions to help children reach their goals.


Conduct comprehensive evaluations to assess children’s sensory processing, fine motor skills, visual-motor integration, self-care skills, and activities of daily living
Develop individualized treatment plans based on evaluation findings, clinical expertise, and family goals
Implement evidence-based occupational therapy interventions to address child’s unique needs and promote independence, participation, and engagement in daily activities
Collaborate with other members of the therapy team, including physical therapists and speech-language pathologists to provide integrated and holistic care
Educate and train parents and caregivers on therapeutic activities and strategies to support their child’s development and progress at home and in other environments
Maintain accurate and timely documentation of evaluations, treatment sessions, progress reports, and communication with other healthcare providers
Stay current with best practices and advances in pediatric occupational therapy through continuing education and professional development activities


Master’s or Doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited program
Licensed or eligible for licensure as an Occupational Therapist in the state of TN
Minimum of 2 years of experience working as a pediatric occupational therapist preferred but not required.
Experience with a variety of pediatric diagnoses and populations, including sensory processing disorders, autism spectrum disorder, and developmental delays
Strong clinical reasoning and problem-solving skills
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with interdisciplinary team members and communicate sensitively and effectively with children and families
Commitment to evidence-based practice and ongoing professional development
Passion for working with children and making a positive difference in their lives

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