Welcome to NTRC! We are a well respected, comprehensive out-patient rehabilitation center whose primary purpose is to be the premier provider for adults and children in the following areas:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech/Language Therapy
- Aquatic Therapy
- Academics Therapy/Testing
- Industrial Medicine
- Sports Medicine
NTRC takes pride in providing an excellent working environment where teamwork , communication and respect for every individual are key aspects in achieving our mission.
NTRC is seeking those individuals, who have a passion for patient care, a caring manner and a desire to make a difference in someone’s life. We offer competitive salary and great benefits such as: health, dental, vision, Paid & Voluntary Life insurance, 403b Retirement Annuity, and Paid Time Off & Holidays. The appreciation the staff receives from management, patients, families and the community is unparalleled.
We invite you to join us in achieving our mission by applying for employment. You may bring your application in person to 1005 Midwestern Parkway, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM. To download our application click on the link at the bottom of this page. For more information on job openings contact Rosey Moser, call 940-687-4941.
NTRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Massage Therapist: We are looking for an energized and dynamic massage therapist, full time, part time or contractor, who could be flexible and is interested in working in other areas of the wellness center. Experience will be great but not necessary.
Swim Instructors: Prefer someone with a flexible schedule that can work Monday thru Friday. WSI certification preferred, but we have our own training program and can certify prospects for teaching different levels of swimming. Certified lifeguard preferred, but not necessary.
Speech Language Pathologist in Early Childhood Intervention Program: The Speech/Language Pathologist provides evaluation and treatment for babies and young children within a team environment to ensure the child's developmental needs are identified and addressed. Children are referred with speech and language delays, swallowing/feeding concerns, articulation, dysfluency, and global developmental delays. Common diagnoses are developmental delay, speech delay, autism, cerebral palsy, down's syndrome, and prematurity. The setting is pediatric home and community based services for children birth to 3 years of age. Travel to outlying counties is required. Our therapists will mentor a new grad seeking a CFY. Monday - Friday, 40 hours per week.
Speech Language Pathologist: The Speech/Language Pathologist provides evaluation and treatment for clients referred with problems in speech, language, swallowing/feeding, cognition, voice, fluency and auditory areas. Qualifications: A master’s degree in Speech/Language Pathology. A current certificate of clinical competence from American/Speech/Language/Hearing Association and current Texas license. Our therapists will mentor a new grad seeking a CFY. Monday - Friday, 40 hours per week.
Early Intervention Specialist in Early Childhood Intervention Program: The EIS will Identify children with developmental delays in all or some of the following areas: play, cognition, speech/language, fine and gross motor skills, adaptive behavior, coping, relating and social skills; provide intervention within a ten county area that promotes the child’s acquisition of skills in the home, daycare, and/or community setting; participate in the development, implementation, and monitoring of each child’s Individual Family Service Plan. All applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in one of the specified fields listed in the ECI policy manual or a BS degree plus 18 hours of college credit that is directly related to early intervention; maintain a valid and current driver’s license, current automobile liability insurance, and be able to operate a motor vehicle; complete the Competency Demonstration System as an Early Intervention Specialist – Professional in Texas within two years of hire.
If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact Rosey Moser at (940) 687-4941 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our services are provided to people regardless of their financial circumstance. NTRC welcomes and encourages students to fulfill their clinical rotations at our facility. We are unique and the student experience is vast because all disciplines are “under one roof.” You will have the unusual experience of following a patient’s care through the rehabilitative process. This means that a patient who is receiving PT may also need OT and Speech. All three areas will work together as a team and YOU can be apart of that team. Our clinicians are highly skilled with various specialized training, but their attitude towards students is that YOU are a partner and can also bring new skills and thinking to the mix. YOU are respected as another resource in providing care. For more information on internship opportunities contact Dana Daniels, PT at email@example.com or call 940-322-0771.