Occupational Therapist/OT

Occupational Therapist/OT

Date Posted: August 29, 2019
Department: Rehab Services/EnduraCare
Status: Full-Time

Occupational Therapist / OT / Full-time

To apply please follow the link: http://career.staffingsoft.com/careers/enduracareacutecarejobs.html

Enter zip code 61520


Position: Occupational Therapist

EnduraCare Acute Care Services:

• Realistic Expectations
• Quality Patient Care
• Education & Compliance
• Ideal company culture
• Supports employee growth and development


Ideal candidate:
• Enjoy where you are and love what you do!
• Rehab is your passion!
• Providing the best possible clinical care to your patients!
• Being a part of a positive working environment!


Who we are and what we do? EnduraCare Acute Care Services:
• America’s leading provider of hospital therapy services
Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy
• We provide services in 13 states within the US
• Our average contract tenure of more than 10 years demonstrates our focus on long-term relationships with satisfied customers.
• We do one thing, and we do it well! – rehabilitation therapy services
Inpatient Acute Care
Inpatient Rehab (IRF)
Skilled Nursing Units
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Home Health
• We understand the importance of the interdisciplinary process, delivering the required intensity of service and regulatory requirements driving service delivery.


We’re not just out to change the world of therapy, we’re actually changing it!


To Discuss your ideal Occupational Therapy position, contact:
Mark Worley
Director of Recruiting

OT – Description:
The Occupational Therapist (OT/OTR) is 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 functions in accordance with their State Practice Act.


OT – Requirements:
• Masters from an accredited institution {graduate of an accredited OT program}
• OT license to practice in the state or board eligible
• Competency in applying the principles, methods, materials and equipment necessary in
providing occupational therapy.
• must understand and follow policies and procedures of the department and demonstrate compliance
with accreditation and regulatory compliance requirements.