An Occupational Therapist (OT) provides professional services within the scope of occupational therapy practice standards in collaboration with primary care physicians and other members of the health care team and teaches and educates patients and their families. OT in the home is performed under the supervision of the Director of Home Health Services.
An individual who:
Graduated after successful completion of an OT education Program accredited by the Accreditation Council for OT Education (ACOTE) of the American OT Association (AOTA) or successor organizations and is eligible to take or has successfully completed the entry level certification exam for OTs from the NBCOT.
A current and active AZ license to practice OT.
Will have a minimum of two (2) year experience as an OT, preferably in a homecare setting.
Criminal check & Current CPR/First Aid card.
If educated outside of the United States must meet both of the following:
• Graduated after successful completion of an OT education program accredited as substantially equivalent to OT entry level education in the US by one of the following: Accreditation Council for OT Education (ACOTE), successor organizations of ACOTE, the World Federation of OTs, a credentialing body approved by the American OT Association, successfully completed the entry level certification exam for OTs developed & administered by the National Board for Certification in OCC Therapy (NBCOT).
On or before December 31, 2009, is licensed or otherwise regulated, if applicable, as an OT by the state in which practicing.
Must speak English & Spanish.