Occupational Therapist –Full Time 30 hours
Join our multi-disciplinary team working with the amazing residents at our amazing ALF and SNF facilities. Make a real difference in the lives of your patients by helping them reach their full potentials. Our gymnasium is fully established with the latest therapy equipment/supplies and ACP protocols. Our seasoned team of clinicians are always available to assist with mentoring and skills development.
We are seeking an Occupational Therapist (OT) to join our team! We offer flexible schedules tailored to maximize your life-work balance.
Not looking to make a jump to Full-Time just yet? Ask us about dedicated PRN and true PRN positions. Know someone who would be a great fit for this position? Refer them to us and we’ll pay you a BONUS!
The ideal candidate will be a passionate clinician with excellent clinical skills who is dedicated to the highest levels of evidence-based outcomes for those we have the honor of treating. The candidate:
· Must have an understanding of OT protocols in the ALF setting
· Must have an understanding of Part B case building
· Must love the senior living population
· Must have a creative interdisciplinary approach to patient care
Manual therapy skills, creative dementia possible care and experience with RehabOptima a plus!
New to the OT field or a newly graduated OT? We have an incredible mentorship program to help launch your career into this fastest growing field of healthcare.
Education: Graduate Degree from an accredited OT program required
Licensure: Licensed in the State of Iowa or in process of application, CPR certification
About Us: NIT is celebrating our 25th anniversary of being a therapist owned- and operated- employer of choice in the state of Iowa. We have clinics throughout the state delivering care in SNF’s, ALF’s, outpatient centers, peds, day care centers, hospitals and post-acute facilities.
Keywords: OT, Occupational Therapy, MOT, Health Care Professional, Manual Therapy, Iowa, IA, Rehab, relocation assistance, dementia, lymphedema