Occupational Therapist Pool (PRN/Part-Time)
Company: James Madison University
Posted on: March 11, 2023
Occupational Therapist Pool (PRN/Part-Time)
State Role Title
Non-Exempt: Eligible for Overtime
College of Health and Behavioral Studies
100633 - OT Clinical Educ SVC
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$40-$45 / hour
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Position Summary Information
James Madison University Occupational Therapy Clinical Education Services (OTCES) is accepting applications on a continual basis for part-time PRN OT positions in our pediatric outpatient therapy clinic. OTCES hires from the Occupational Therapist Pool on an "as needed" basis depending on departmental needs. Applicants of interest will be contacted as positions become available.
Schedule may flex from 2 to 29 hours per week, depending on client caseload and applicants' availability. These are part-time wage positions with no benefits that cannot exceed 1,500 hours over the course of a calendar year.
Duties and Responsibilities
Duties may include but are not limited to:
Successful candidate must (1) be licensed as an occupational therapist (OT) or Occupational Therapist Assistant (OT-A) in the Commonwealth, (2) be certified in CPR and First Aid.
Experience working with the pediatric population. Experience working in an outpatient pediatric setting. Experience developing and implementing specialized groups for children. Additional certifications in pediatric therapy approaches desirable (i.e. SIPT, sound-based therapies, NDT, Interactive Metronome, etc.). Interest in working with graduate students.
Preferred qualities of the candidate include:
(1) creative, (2) flexible, (3) positive, (4) collaborative, (5) highly organized with ability to multi-task, (6) self-motivated and self-directed, (7) ability to respectfully and energetically collaborate with students and colleagues, (8) excellent oral and written communication skills.
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Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background check.
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