Occupational Therapist - Rehabilitation Westland House
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- CHOMP has been voted the Best Place to Work in Monterey County for 10 straight years
- Excellent Pay and Generous Benefits including a Pension and Continuing Education Reimbursement
- Excellent Team Oriented Culture
- Free Gym for Employees
The Occupational Therapist facilitates development and rehabilitation of patients with impairments, functional limitations, disabilities or changes in physical function by planning and administering occupational therapy treatments to help individuals develop and maintain essential activities of daily living skills.
The Occupational Therapist performs a thorough evaluation of activities, daily living skills, and needs of the person receiving services, and sets measurable objectives that are formulated in conjunction with the rehabilitation team. Plans treatments to assist patients in physical reconditioning, and coordinates the plan with members of the interdisciplinary team. Assists the person receiving services in understanding their needs and limitations and how to manage them to better function. Recommends and/or designs special adaptive equipment for the person served to improve function in their home, community, and/or work environments. Plans retraining programs and trains staff and family members to carry out the retraining program including dressing, feeding, grooming, and personal hygiene.
Important dimensions of this position consist of quality of care, professional commitment, teamwork, interpersonal skills, safety, good public/customer relations and a broad knowledge base.
Occupational therapist experience preferred. Skilled Nursing Facility, residential care, or outpatient experience with patient populations that include neurological, orthopedic, and medical conditions preferred.
Education and training sufficient to obtain a California Occupational Therapist license.
Current California Occupational Therapy license required. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. National board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) preferred.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Assigned Work Hours:
8 hour shifts; 5 days per work week.