COTA- Travel Assignment in California!
The ideal candidate will be a Graduate of an AOTA approved Occupational Therapist Assistant program with experience in geriatric rehabilitation and in adult neurological, cardiac and general rehabilitation.
Responsibilities of the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Provide patient treatment, which meets patient needs in accordance with the plan of care.
Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate resources for problem-solving and clinical best practice.
Write accurate, complete and clear documentation in accordance with company regulatory, licensing, payer and accrediting requirements.
Assist with maintenance of patient charges and administrative support.
Consistently demonstrate interdisciplinary approach to patient care.
Contribute to professional development of self and others.
Aid in building and maintaining Company services reputation as an unparalleled provider of rehab to the elderly by contribution as a professional member of the staff.
Consistently demonstrate company core values in interactions with co-workers, patients and families, with all other persons involved with the patient’s care, and the public.
Demonstrate safe working practices.
Perform all other COTA duties as needed.
Requirements of the Certified Occupational Therapy AssistantCertified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Graduate of an AOTA approved Occupational Therapist Assistant program. Associate Degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited OTA program.
Current Certification Process/State Licensure as required
Experience in geriatric rehabilitation and in adult neurological, cardiac and general rehabilitation preferred
Knowledge of Occupational Therapy treatment techniques and medical terminology
Ability to work with all types and levels of patients
Good written and verbal communication skills
Valid Driver’s License
Physically able to perform daily job functions