A Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant provides coordinated occupational therapy to patients of all age groups under the supervision of a licensed Occupational Therapist.
- Education: Graduate of an accredited school of occupational therapy assistant with an Associate Degree in Occupational therapy.
- Licensure: Current Texas State License to practice occupational therapy.
- Experience: One year experience as a Certified Occupational Therapy assistant.
- Skills: Therapy skills as set forth in the Therapy Practice Act and other regulatory agencies. Good interpersonal skills.
- Transportation: Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and current auto liability insurance
- Other: Proof of current CPR, and Hepatitis profile; ability to work flexible schedule
Environmental and Working Conditions:
Works in patient’s home; Proof of current CPR, and Hepatitis profile; ability to work flexible schedule; ability to travel locally some exposure to unpleasant weather.
Physical and Mental Effort:
Ability to do heavy lifting, bending, pulling, pushing and standing. Prolonged standing and walking required. Requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity.