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Founded over 16 years ago, Raleigh Therapy Services, Inc. is one of the leading pediatric therapy providers in the Triangle area. At Raleigh Therapy Services, we value our team and work together as a family with a leadership and administrative staff team that supports our therapists. We have shared vision and values to not only empower families and help children reach their full potential, but our staff as well.  


Our employees are our most valuable assets, which is why we invest in them with comprehensive benefits, growth opportunities, and professional support. We hire the very best in our field, and our staff loves to support one another through encouragement, sharing of knowledge, mentorship, and collaboration. Our core values dictate all aspects of what and how we operate at RTS— it’s how we treat each other and our clients, how we find the best fit for our team, and our deep-rooted beliefs in how we operate as people and clinicians.

Pediatric physical therapist in Raleigh, NC


We are looking for compassionate therapists who are enthusiastic, professional, confident, and willing to learn and grow alongside a team of amazing therapists and support staff. At Raleigh Therapy Services, we provide a collaborative work environment, dynamic culture, flexible scheduling, mentorship, and professional learning opportunities to maintain staff of the highest quality.

 ~ Full-Time & Part-Time ~
Speech-Language Pathologists (CCC and clinical fellows)
Occupational Therapists
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants
Physical Therapists
Physical Therapy Assistants

*Bilingual (English/Spanish) & pediatric feeding skills are a plus*


Flexible scheduling ~ all staff choose their schedule!
Support & opportunities for growth & specialization
Administrative staff that handles all intake, billing, & insurance authorizations
Quarterly team-building activities
Celebrations & recognition of staff throughout the year
Supportive company culture where everyone is treated like family
  • Salary or competitive per-visit rate with weekly direct deposit

  • Bonus opportunities

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • PTO and all major holidays observed (let’s hear it for no weekends or holidays!)

  • Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance

  • Simple IRA with retirement matching 

  • Company-paid malpractice insurance

  • Company paid licensure dues

  • CEU allowance

  • Administrative support

  • EMR to make paperwork efficient and low-stress

  • Assessment and therapy materials

  • A variety of settings are offered based on clinician preference (schools, homes, daycares, and clinic)

Pediatric Therapy Team at Raleigh Therapy Services


Recruitment process at Raleigh Therapy Services



  • Degree from an accredited program

  • Current and unrestricted licensure in North Carolina (or eligible)

  • ASHA Certification (CCC-SLP) for SLPs

  • Desire to work with patients in community-based settings in addition to clinic is required

  • Pediatric experience is a plus

  • Bilingual Spanish speaking a plus

  • Must pass a background check


  • Direct early intervention experience is a plus

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Commitment to excellence!

  • Strong ability to read, write, and follow oral and written communications

  • Detail oriented

  • Professional demeanor and grammar in both written and spoken communication

  • Ability to multi-task and be a team player with an innate desire to assist others

  • Ability to work independently

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and understand that this role is an important part of the patient process


  • Providing assessments and treatments in a play-based approach for children ages birth to 3 in their natural environment

  • Providing assessments and treatments to children ages birth to 21 years in various environments such as clinics, preschools, daycares, homes, charter schools, private schools, etc.

  • Providing parent education and home programs related to treatment goals

  • Scheduling new evaluations, weekly therapy appointments, and make-up sessions

  • Maintaining your schedule to include enough visits each week to meet your contracted quota or expected number of visits

  • Collaborating with a multidisciplinary team of fellow treating clinicians

  • Supporting and facilitating each child's progress through quality therapy, increasing opportunities for inclusion, and enhancing trusted caregiver-child relationships

  • Completing annual re-evaluations utilizing standardized developmental assessment tools

  • Completing updated plans of care every 6 months or sooner depending on progress, insurance requirements, and the needs of the child.

  • Other related duties including: coverage for therapists out due to vacation or maternity leave, screenings at childcare centers, staff meetings, trainings, supervisor meetings, social media posts, creating handouts, assisting in housekeeping with clinic materials, etc.


RTS felt like a family from the start."

RTS felt like a family from the start. The staff, from management and administration to my fellow therapists, was welcoming, kind, and eager to give help, advice, and make plans to spend time together outside of work. 


Please fill out the form to begin the application process.


If your qualifications and experience meet our needs, we will be in contact to schedule an interview. Thank you for your interest in joining the Raliegh Therapy Services Team!

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Who creates my schedule?

You do! We believe our therapists are professionals and should be treated as such. To that end, we allow our therapists autonomy to create their own schedules.

What is expected of me for documentation?

It is typical that for each patient a therapist completes the following documentation in our EMR system:
* Evaluation report (done on an annual basis)
* Weekly SOAP notes (due by the end of each week)
* Plans of Care (typically updated every 6 months)
* Discharge summary
Our EMR system has built-in templates so that you spend less time documenting!

Is there room to grow or specialize within the company?

YES! We encourage growth and specialization at RTS. Pathway to THRIVE is our clinical career ladder providing a structured framework for professional growth and advancement of clinical team members. Through the career ladder, RTS provides opportunities for professional development, community engagement, and recognition of accomplishments.  

We also offer in-house training and bi-monthly meetings for sub-specialty groups such as feeding, AAC, sensory, and more! RTS will also pay for specialty trainings and certifications for our clinical staff. 

What does a typical caseload look like?

A typical full-time caseload consists of approximately 20-25 direct treatment hours a week, giving you the rest of the week to plan, document, schedule, create, and grow so that you can have work/life harmony. For our therapists who see children in the community, we make sure that you are not spending a lot of down time driving between sessions by keeping you in the same zip code daily.

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