Occupational Therapist Travel Job in El Paso Texas

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    Specialty:   Occupational Therapist
    City:   El Paso
    State:   Texas
    Metro Area:   El Paso TX
    Job ID:   793203
    Shift:   Days 12
    Weekly Hours:   36
    Length:   13 Weeks
    Start Date:   ASAP
    Facility Setting:  

    Assignment Location

    American Traveler Allied has an opening for a contract OT in Texas. This assignment puts you in the El Paso TX area. Enjoy the increased pay and new experiences that come with traveling to locations like El Paso, along with our full benefits package and top-rated customer service.
    El Paso

    Facility Details

    This is an over 300 bed facility with Level 3 NICU Level II Trauma Center. Location Info: Traveling alllied healthcare jobs in Texas are in top-ranked locations across the state, from San Antonio to Dallas, Houston,and Galveston

    Occupational Therapy Job Responsibilities

    An occupational therapist is an allied professional who helps individuals improve motor and cognitive functions, thereby increasing their independence and ability to function within the home, school, workplace, or community.
    • Occupational therapists are often required to hold an American Heart Association BLS. They may also obtain an AHA ACLS or PALS depending on specialization.
    • Many occupational therapists choose not to specialize or specialize informally, meaning that they frequently care for patients of a specific age or case type but do not hold formal certification of this specialization. Those who do choose to pursue formal certification can do so through The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), which offers these nine specializations:
      • Board Certification in Gerontology (BCG)
      • Board Certification in Mental Health (BCMH)
      • Board Certification in Pediatrics (BCP)
      • Board Certification in Rehabilitation (BCPR)
      • Specialty Certification in Driving and Community Mobility (SCDCM)
      • Specialty Certification in Environmental Modification (SCEM)
      • Specialty Certification in Feeding, Eating, and Swallowing (SCFES)
      • Specialty Certification in Low Vision (SCLV)
      • Specialty Certification in School Systems (SCSS)
    *hot job- fast start   $$ - above average pay in this specialty
    Date Posted: 2021-11-24