The Occupational Therapist I (OT I) will perform evaluation and planning, execution, delegation, and supervision of treatment programs for persons with acquired or developmental disabilities. The OT I will participate in intra-disciplinary and interdisciplinary training programs. The OT I will provide patient care, supervise COTAs and rehabilitation technicians, and maintain appropriate patient records consistent with KKI policies and procedures and in accordance with Laws and Regulations of the Board of Occupational Therapy Practice of Maryland.
Will consider less experienced OTs that have exposure to the birth to 5 experience.
The Occupational Therapist II will perform home, community, and center-based therapy for the birth to 5 population in the Child and Family Support Program. The Child and Family Support Center offers a supportive, dynamic multi disciplinary environment that fosters collaboration and professional growth. The Occupational Therapist II will provide child and family centered therapy, caregiver training/coaching, evaluations and subsequent planning, execution, and supervision of therapy programs to facilitate the development of fine motor, oral motor/feeding, sensory processing and adapted living skills for children with developmental disabilities. The Occupational Therapist II must demonstrate the ability to be able to solve challenging treatment problems in multiple environments with periodic supervision. The Occupational Therapist II must demonstrate clinical competence in a specialized area and participate in intradisciplinary and/or interdisciplinary training programs related to a specialized area. The Occupational Therapist II may supervise occupational therapy students. This position will contribute to program development, evaluation, and performance improvement.
The Occupational Therapist II will perform evaluation and subsequent planning, execution, and supervision of therapy programs for persons with neuromotor dysfunction. The Occupational Therapist will participate in intra-disciplinary and interdisciplinary training programs for affiliating students, staff, and community agencies, clinical supervision of OT students, COTAs, and volunteers/aides, and maintain appropriate patient records. Develops and/or coordinates patient and staff education programs within area of specialty and assures continuity in clinical and patient education programs and demonstrates leadership and high level of expertise in their specialty area. Has the potential to participate in clinical research within specialty area.
The Occupational Therapist II will perform evaluations and subsequent planning, execution of therapy programs for children with neuromotor dysfunction, sensory integrative disorders and emotional disturbances. The occupational therapist will participate in intra-disciplinary and interdisciplinary training programs for staff, parents and community agencies. The occupational therapist will be involved in the supervision of OT students, COTA’s and volunteers/ aides and maintain appropriate student records. In addition, the OT II will develop and coordinate student and staff education programs within area of specialty and assure the continuity in education programs, demonstrating leadership and high level of expertise in their specialty area. The OT II has the potential to participate in clinical research within specialty area.
Exciting and Rare Floater OT Opportunity for a Senior Occupational Therapist to gain and develop leadership skills. Looking for someone with great communication skills and organizational skills.
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This position will be involved in working with numerous OT departments and medical clinics.
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