Occupational Therapist: (OT)
Plan, organize and implement Occupational Therapy Service within the confines of state licensing law to individuals, families and groups in accordance with agency policies, procedures, processes and agency code of ethics. This will be done in a manner consistent with efficiency, cost effectiveness and regulatory compliance.
- Graduate of an Occupational Therapy Program which meets the requirement of the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) or the AOTA and is licensed through examination by the State Board of Occupational Therapy.
- If licensed prior to 1978, has two years of appropriate experience and a passing grade on a proficiency exam of the US Public Health Service.
- One year of Occupational Therapy experience required.
- One year of home health experience preferred.
- Competency in computer skills.
- Access to transportation in the agency service area(s) with valid driver’s license and auto liability insurance.
- Current CPR certification.
- Ability to perform duties with minimal supervision, manage multiple projects/changing priorities and employ critical thinking skills.
- Excellent communication, organizational and human relation skills.
- Registered, certified, licensed as required by state law for the profession.