Occupational Therapy job in Indiana, school setting south of South Bend

  • Job Location:  Plymouth, IN
  • Category: 

    Schools - COTA

  • Type: 

    Any Of These

New full-time or part-time opportunity for a licensed and experienced school OT and COTA in Indiana. This opportunity is in the Plymouth area, located south of South Bend, IN.  Caseload will include PreK to 12th grade students. This job is interviewing now and will begin this month or next month depending on your availability.
Provide therapy and assistance 20-40 hours per week during school day hours. Enjoy the school schedule and having your evenings available. This job in Indiana requires a state license and proper degree in related field. Full-time OT's and COTA's will be eligible to take advantage of the full health insurance package options. Choose from medical, dental, vision, life, and health insurance packages. A 401(k) matching plan and continuing education funds available as well.
Are you interested in relocating to Indiana? This position offers assistance with relocation costs and housing will be taking care of while on assignment. Call 770.723.3772 to apply.
Prefer part-time hours only? Contact Erika York to discuss availability and preferred schedule.
Email an updated resume to Erika.York@ProCareTherapy.com

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