Occupational Therapist Acute Care / Seasonal - The Antidote to Travel Therapy
5 or 6 years formal education or training required
Looking for your spot in the sun this winter? Then the NCH 2017-2018 Seasonal Occupational Therapist position is just right for you. Become a part of the team and work for the season without feeling seasonal or temporary.
The Occupational Therapist's primary functions are to assess, reassess, develop, implement and evaluate plan of care, which are safe effective and provide for patient input, and follow the Occupational Therapy's standard of care. Employee must follow Occupational Therapy referrals ordered by a physician and within the scope of service provided, follow operational guidelines (P&P Manual), State licensure Act and National Professional Organization Practice Guidelines. Leadership, delegation, interdisciplinary teams work, information management, performance improvement, customer service and time management are essential basic competencies.
OTR Licensure in the state of Florida
Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers certification
- 1-2 years of experience preferred.
Excellent customer service and teamwork skills needed. Prior Acute care experience preferred. ·
Ability to handle multiple diagnoses and use splinting skills.
PLEASE NOTE: For all positions NCH Healthcare System requires supporting documentation such as a diploma, degree or transcripts to support educational requirements of the position.