Full School Year, Occupational Therapist (OT) Job - Shoreline, Washington Area

  • Job Location:  Shoreline, WA
  • Category: 

    Schools - OT

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ProCare is excited about a new OT position that has come available within a school district near Shoreline, WA. This is right outside of beautiful Seattle, and a great placement for any therapist that is eager to work within a school-based setting this year!
Job Duties Will Include:

  • Create individualized goals for students to achieve
  • Reduce obstacles that limit a student’s involvement
  • Help to design appropriate activities for student's continued success
  • Monitor student’s progression and document all details  
  • Support students in organizing for a positive and successful transition into life after the classroom

Job Details:

  • Full school year contract
  • Full or part time positions available (full time preferred -but will be flexible)
  • Full time OTs will be working approximately 37.5 hours/week
  • Full time OTs will have a caseload of approximately 36 kiddos
  • Caseload ages will depend upon preference, but can vary between ages 3-21
  • No school experience is required, but it is a major plus!

If you are not local, and looking to relocate to the area, ProCare can assist with the relocation expenses!
If you're interested in applying for this great OT position, please send in a copy of your resume today to - Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com
I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Chelsea Serr
Director of Educational Resources

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