Full or Part Time Occupational Therapist Job near Idaho Falls, ID - School Based Setting

  • Job Location:  Idaho Falls, ID
  • Category: 

    Schools - OT

  • Type: 


We have now partnered up with a school district in the Idaho Falls area that is looking for a great addition to their Occupational Therapist team. Both full and part time OTs are being considered; however, full time is very much preferred.
Job Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy
  • Active OT License in the state of Idaho (or ability to obtain prior to your start)

Job Details:

  • Full or part time
  • Full time hours will be up to 40 hours per week
  • Full school year contract
  • K-12 kiddos on the caseload
  • Minimal travel between only 2 school sites

New grads or OTs with no school experience will be considered for this position! The district can offer lots of support to help one grow and learn quickly within a school based setting.
If this sounds like an school opportunity that you may be interested in, please reach out to me today in order to be considered. I am accessible via phone or email and would gladly love to answer any questions that you may have prior to getting an interview arranged with the school district.
Chelsea Serr
Director of Educational Resources
Resumes can be sent directly to: Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com

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