School Occupational Therapist and COTA Jobs

Students throughout the country rely on occupational therapists and certified occupational therapy assistants, like you, to overcome mental, developmental and emotional impairments. Through personal evaluations, expert care and ongoing support, a great occupational therapist can help students achieve long-term success. At ProCare Therapy, we take the stress out of the job search process and help you succeed in your career. We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and ongoing career support along with access to premier occupational therapy job opportunities at great school districts.

School Occupational Therapist & COTA Responsibilities

School occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistants (COTA) help children perform daily activities by focusing on a variety of sensory, physical, and cognitive skills. Occupational therapists and COTAs improve the well-being of children in schools by allowing them to socially and academically participate. Additionally, they promote self-care and work skills. Occupational therapists and COTAs work with other school professionals to create a modified plan of treatment that helps minimize obstacles to participate.

School Occupational Therapy & COTA Requirements

To become a school occupational therapist, you need to receive a bachelor’s degree, then a master’s degree, and finally receive licensing to work in your state. Taking and passing the National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapists (NBCOT) is the first step you must take to become licensed. COTAs need to receive an associate’s degree from an accredited program before they take their NBCOT exam. After they receive licensure from the state, they can practice inside schools, as long as there is an occupational therapist present.

School Occupational Therapist Salary & Job Outlook

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 2018 median pay for occupational therapists has increased over the years. The position itself is expected to see large growth of 24% between the year 2016 and 2026. This translates to 31,000 new opportunities, some of which are school-based occupational therapy jobs and COTA school jobs. Additionally, with the rise of technology in schools, telehealth occupational therapy jobs will become more prevalent.

Check out our great school occupational therapy jobs and certified occupational assistant jobs and apply today!

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Occupational Therapist - 2 Days/Week - Onsite Opening

  • Schools - OT
  • 5 days ago
  • Norwalk, CT

Occupational Therapist - Part Time Vacancy - Middle & High School

Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree from accredited Occupational Therapy program
  • Licensed as Occupational Therapy by Connecticut state board
  • Experience working with school aged children 


Objectives:

  • Responsible for the evaluation, plan of care, treatment, re-evaluation, discharge, and high quality therapy services to elementary students
  • Develop individualized treatment plans, supervise assistants, and provide quality student care
  • Contribute to individualized educational plans with multidisciplinary team members
  • Maintain organized documentation and data


Compensation: The pay for this position is negotiable and based on experience level, and paid via W2 direct deposit. You will be compensated for all hours worked, including indirect hours spent on documentation, IEP meetings, etc. Let us know what you are seeking to make! Employees are welcome to elect for healthcare benefits, including vision & dental, as well as the option of 401(k) investments!


To apply, please email [email protected] or simply apply via the form below! 

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