Ohio School Occupational Therapist Jobs

Special needs students rely on passionate professionals in Ohio school occupational therapist jobs to help them develop the skills to be successful. These professionals teach children how to overcome their mental, developmental and emotional impairments and excel academically and socially alongside their peers.

With evaluations, guidance and continuous support, the expertise you provide to students in Ohio occupational therapist jobs in schools empowers them with the tools to be the best they can be.

At ProCare Therapy, we value the expertise and passion you bring to this role. To show our appreciation, we want to help you find the best career for you—offering a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and ongoing career support.

Get started today and explore our openings, including Ohio school occupational therapist assistant (COTA) jobs and traveling occupational therapist jobs.

Ohio School Jobs for Occupational Therapists

In an Ohio school occupational therapy assistant job (COTA) or school occupational therapist job, you will help students accomplish daily activities by focusing on a variety of sensory, physical and cognitive skills. You will facilitate a healthy classroom environment where students can immerse themselves socially and academically. In addition, Ohio occupational therapist jobs in schools also require you to work with school professionals and create learning plans to ensure all children are participating and learning in a way that best meets their needs.

Requirements for Ohio Occupational Therapist Jobs in Schools

Before applying for any occupational therapist jobs in Ohio, you need to receive a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree and Ohio state licensing. To become licensed, you will need to pass the National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapists (NBCOT).

For school occupational therapist assistant jobs in Ohio, you will need to receive an associate’s degree from an accredited program before taking the NBCOT exam. Once you’ve received state licensure, you can practice in Ohio classrooms with an occupational therapist present.

Ohio School Occupational Therapist Job Outlook

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual mean wage for occupational therapist jobs in Ohio is $91,670. The annual mean wage for Ohio occupational assistant therapist jobs is $64,080.

There will be significant growth in this field in Ohio. Between 2020 and 2030, employment in Ohio occupational therapist jobs is expected to increase by 13.3%. Ohio occupational therapist assistant jobs are expected to grow by 31.4%.

Browse the variety of jobs available with ProCare Therapy today, including Ohio school occupational therapist part-time jobs and traveling occupational therapist jobs in Ohio!

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