Occupational Therapist (353535-N117 )

Summary: The Occupational Therapist shall be responsible for providing a full range of occupational therapy services including assessment, treatment planning and therapeutic interventions in an interdisciplinary environment consistent with the position's qualifications, professional practices and ethical standards. The OT shall also demonstrate accountability for and contribution to program development, quality improvement, problem solving and productivity enhancement in a flexible interdisciplinary fashion.

Essential Duties
Communicate and demonstrate a professional image/attitude for patients, families, clients, coworkers and others.
Adhere to policies and practices of applicable professional organizations, facility and Company.
Maintain licenses/certifications and memberships in applicable professional organizations.
Contribute to interdisciplinary care plans.
Complete appropriate sections of resident assessment instrument (RAI).
Provide age appropriate therapeutic interventions.
Evaluate patient response to treatment and provide feedback to the rest of the team.
Document the course of patient care including progress made and continuing need for treatment.
Provide patient and family education on tasks and resources that will assist with continued functional independence.
Coordinate treatment with other disciplines.
Participate in rehab meetings.
Function as a resource for and provide employees with inservice/cross-training on occupational therapy knowledge and skill areas.
Contribute to development of improved efficiency and productivity of unit clinical/administrative functions.
Participate in facility quality management activities.
Collect quality review data.
Participate in survey preparation activities.
Interact with assigned program consultant.
Participate in all facility committee activities as requested.
Contribute to the delivery of cost effective care.
Physical Requirements:
Ability to lift/transfer patients and equipment.
Frequent and prolonged bending, stooping, crouching, walking, and standing.
Ability to communicate.
Mission: The primary customers are patients and the mission is to provide the highest quality of skilled nursing/rehabilitation services.


The Occupational Therapist shall, at a minimum, be a graduate of a four year bachelors degree program approved by the CAHEA of the AMA in collaboration with the AOTA (or WFOT recognized foreign equivalent), and hold an applicable and current license to practice. Education/experience in working with an adult and geriatric population is necessary, preferably in a skilled nursing setting; education/experience with a disabled population is desirable.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. Drug Free Workplace
Associated topics: cht, certified occupational therapy assistant, cota, ffs, newborn care specialist, occupational, occupational therapist, occupational therapist ot, therapist, therapist ot

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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