• Douglas ESD - Roseburg
  • Roseburg

Physical Therapist (Early Intervention) – Douglas ESD 

Douglas Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education


This position will require an additional 5 weeks that will be worked during the months of July and August.

Douglas ESD is accepting applications for an Early Intervention Physical Therapist for the Douglas County Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education program. This position works 190 days per year, 5 days per week PLUS an additional 5 weeks of extended days in July and August. This position is for the 2024-25 school year but is open to starting immediately. 

Salary: $53,629 – $83,348 per the 2024-25 salary schedule (depending on relevant verifiable experience)
This is the daily rate of $282.26 – $438.67 per day

TO APPLY: Begin the application process by clicking the “Apply” button in the upper right of this announcement in Applicant tracking. (If you are not viewing this via Applicant Tracking (Applitrack), click   **HERE**

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Degree in Physical Therapy required with graduation from an accredited physical therapy school.  Must hold an Oregon Physical Therapist License.

JOB SUMMARY:  Provide physical therapy assessment, therapy, and consultative services in the area of physical therapy.  Services will be provided in Early Intervention for children with motor and sensory impairments.

DUTIES:  This is not an exhaustive or all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, duties or functions associated with the job. Full job description is attached in Applicant Tracking. 

  •      Serving children birth to 3 through Early Intervention.
  •      Evaluate student motor and sensory skills to determine eligibility for special education services using standardized assessment instruments.
  •      Evaluate motor (gross and adaptive) and sensory development to determine appropriate type and amount of physical therapy services required to insure reasonable educational progress.
  •      Instruct, train, and monitor classroom staff and parents in the implementation of appropriate motor activities, accommodations, and modifications.
  •      Design and fabricate adaptive devices and equipment to enhance independence in the educational setting.
  •      Team with other personnel and agencies to provide coordinated and effective services.
  •      Participate in IFSP and IEP meetings to assist with the development of individual child educational plans.
  •      Implement motor activities, accommodations, and modifications that support IFSP and IEP goals.


Douglas ESD has been awarded the Douglas County Working Parents Award for 2023.

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