Join Our Dynamic Team at OTA!

OTA The Koomar Center is a world leader in sensory processing evaluation and therapy. The late Dr. Jane Koomar, our founder, mentor and well-known therapist, studied under Dr. A. Jean Ayres, the originator of sensory integration theory, assessment, and intervention and had over 30 years’ experience in this area. Combined, the therapists at OTA have over 400 years of experience providing these services. OTA is always eager to hear from motivated individuals who would like to be part of our dynamic team. OTA The Koomar Center offers comprehensive mentoring and extensive clinical training to our staff along with the opportunity to work in a world renowned clinic. We have generous vacation subsidies as well as continuing education funding and are located in a beautiful facility with state-of-the-art treatment space. If you would like to learn more about becoming a member of our team, please send your resume to We look forward to hearing from you!

Current Job Openings

Part-time & full-time occupational therapist – positions are available for weekday, evening and Saturday hours. These positions have the potential to include conducting evaluations, providing high quality intervention, generating documentation and goals, and working closely with families and professionals. Preferred candidates have Sensory Integration training and experience, effective written and oral skills, and the ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Our practice offers a varied caseload in an environment that fosters continued professional growth along with regular clinical mentoring in order to promote excellence in client care. We welcome you to email your resume to Part-Time SLP position available for weekdays plus Saturday. Join our team of OTs and SLPs with sensory integration specialization. We are looking for experienced speech-language pathologists with their CCC to conduct evaluations and provide treatment in our clinic setting. Our speech and language clinicians have a unique opportunity to work in a sensory-based environment often in collaboration with occupational therapists as appropriate. We are designed for individualized, play-based therapy and are often able to facilitate peer interactions for the establishment and carryover of skills.