Kaiser Permanente Occupational Therapist (0.5 FTE, Capitol Hill) in Seattle, Washington
Provide comprehensive evaluation of patients conditions and develop goal-oriented treatment programs designed to bring outpatients to a normal or optimum state of health and functioning.
Provides occupational therapy observation, evaluative testing, and assessment. Develops, provides, and documents a clinically and age appropriate course of treatment based on evaluation. Displays good judgement in implementation of treatment plan. Uses therapeutic procedures including patient/caregiver education in an appropriate and competent manner.
Maintains effective written and verbal communication with patient, care providers and other members of the health care team; and documents according to Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington/department standards.
Contributes to the efficiency and productivity of the organization by managing own workload autonomously (scheduling, consultation, participation in non-direct patient care activities as needed or assigned).
Remains current in recent development of PT/OT techniques and procedures per specialist/generalist practice areas.
**CANDIDATE MUST HAVE PEDIATRIC EXPERIENCE.
VARIABLE (2 - 10'S OR 2 - 8'S AND 4)
Bachelor's degree in occupational therapy from an accredited school.
License, Certification, Registration
Washington State Occupational Therapy License by date of hire/transfer.
At least one (1) year occupational therapy experience in all current modalities.
Master's degree in occupational therapy.
TITLE: Occupational Therapist (0.5 FTE, Capitol Hill)
LOCATION: Seattle, Washington
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status.