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Occupational Therapists – 2 open positions!

Job Title: Occupational Therapist
Location: Austin, TX
Positions Open: 2
Setting: Inpatient rehab
Salary: $50k to $68k DOE
Benefits: Full and generous benefits package
Contact: greg@hirefighters.com

We are sorry but there is no visa sponsorship for this position and we can only accept Therapists with a minimum of two years experience.

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Position Description:

Inpatient rehab hospital position within a dynamic interdisciplinary department serving orthopedic, neurologic, and general medical-surgical needs. Facility is a JCAHO accredited Center of Excellence and we have recently added a Progressive Orthopedic Program to serve the needs of postoperative orthopedic patients.

Occupational Therapists use purposeful, goal-oriented activity in assessing, evaluating, and/or treating persons whose function is impaired by physical illness or injury, emotional disorder, congenital or developmental disability, or the aging process, to achieve optimum functioning, to prevent disability, and to maintain health. The Occupational Therapist will assess patients’ progress during and following treatment.

Evaluation and treatment shall be initiated only by written prescription or confirmed verbal orders of a qualified physician. Therapists will interact with members of this department, as well as other hospital departments to provide for essential department operational tasks, including patient treatment and continuing education, infection control, and quality assurance. Occupational Therapists will maintain communication through documentation and verbal consultation with nursing staff and physicians to provide optimal patient care.


Current licensure in Texas as an Occupational Therapist.
Certification in basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation.


Previous experience in Occupational Therapy. Computer skills.

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