OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTJob Number: RQ82432 Employment StatusPart-TimeWage & Hour StatusNon-ExemptLocationJAMESTOWN PHYSICAL THERAPY - SANFORD HEALTH JAMESTOWN CLINIC - JAMESTOWN NDShiftsDay Schedule7-8 hours a day, 3 days per weekOverviewThe scope of work for the Occupational Therapist is to assess the performance of functional activities in the areas of self-care, leisure, and productivity; identify occupational performance needs and determine goals in collaboration with clients; teach new and build on pre-existing skills to optimize occupational performance and adaptation; and educate and provide strategies and resources for adapting the person, occupation and/or environment.Reports toAs AssignedEducation, Experience and Skills RequirementsBachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy through an accredited curriculum by AOTA.
Must have knowledge of occupational therapy theory and practice.
Basic Life Support certification is required.
Licensure/Certification RequirementMust be licensed as an Occupational Therapist in state(s) of practice and/or possess multi-state licensure privileges as required by position.
Must also be certified as an Occupational Therapist through the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT).
May need additional certification in specialty practice as applicable.
Job Specific CompetenciesProvides consultation and education in area of expertise for staff, patients, families, referral sources, and community agencies.
Evaluates performance area, performance components, and performance context using appropriate methods of assessment.Develops and documents an intervention plan that includes scope, frequency, duration of services, short and long term goals, and the needs of the client.Implements the intervention plan through the use of specialized purposeful activities or therapeutic methods that are meaningful to the client and are effective methods for enhancing occupational performance.Provides intervention through remediation/restoration, compensation/adaptation, disability prevention, and health promotion.
Evaluates and documents progress toward goals, and modifies goals and intervention methods as needed.Discontinues services when the client has achieved predetermined goals, has achieved maximum benefit from occupational therapy services, or does not desire to continue services.Prepares, implements, and documents discharge plan that addresses appropriate follow-up resources and services.Assists in growth and development of the Occupational Therapy service area by actively and constructively participating as appropriate to position.Analyzes, interprets, summarizes and documents assessment data to determine a client's current functional status and to develop an appropriate intervention plan.
Sanford ValuesCourageThe Strength To Persevere, Use Our Voices And Take Action.Places the patient first.Stands up for what is right, does the right thing and challenges status quo.Takes risks to advance knowledge and practice for the betterment of care for patients.Addresses and resolves difficult challenges.Embraces reality and perseveres amidst setbacks.PassionThe Enthusiasm For Patients And Work Commitment To The Organization.Shows an unwavering commitment to patients and strong commitment to the organization.Exhibits a positive, can do attitude.Energetically initiates and accomplishes work.Sets and maintains high performance standards.Demonstrates care and stewardship for the communities and people we serve.ResolveThe Adherence To The Systems That Align Actions To Excellence, Efficiency And Purpose.Pursues excellence and flawless execution through the avoidance of errors and inaccuracies.Creates and adheres to system rational standards to increase consistency and efficiency, and decrease variability.Adheres to procedure for the protection of those in our care.Follows rigorous methodology in practice and research.Holds self and others accountable.AdvancementThe Pursuit Of Individual And Organizational Growth And Development.Seeks opportunities to advance individual development and organizational growth.Advances the practice of medicine and discipline of research.Advances integrated healthcare.Determines individual and organizational strengths and weaknesses and plans and develops accordingly.Strives for organizational perfection through continuous individual and organizational improvement.Supports the development of others by delegating, coaching and mentoring.Teaches because we have been taught.Creates sustainable success through talent planning, and initiating and leading own development.FamilyThe Connection And Commitment We Have To Each Other Through It All.Fully supports and demonstrates the mission, vision and values both individually and organizationally.Shows commitment to each other through communication, dialogue, collaboration and inclusion.Sticks together through conflict, confrontation, mistakes and learning opportunities.Builds relationships based on trust and respect through honesty, integrity, openness and fulfilling commitments.Leverages differences in thought while promoting team and organizational decisions.Serves the organization and its employees.Leadership CompetenciesDemonstrates both knowledge and application of Sanford policies, procedures, and guidelines.Demonstrates the ability to take charge, take unpopular stands if necessary, face difficult situations, and is looked to for direction from others.Facilitates and supports change within the Sanford Health.Demonstrates commitment to continuous learning for themselves and staff.Demonstrates and applies continuous quality improvement knowledge and skills.Information Management CompetenciesDemonstrates skill in accessing, preparing and using information as relevant to position.Verbalizes and demonstrates knowledge of procedures for maintaining security, confidentiality and integrity of employee, patient, family and other medical information.Demonstrates ability to collect, analyze and present data as appropriate to position.Equipment CompetenciesDemonstrates skill in use of equipment relevant to position; verbalizes knowledge of appropriate safety procedures.Diagnoses equipment problems; fixes or seeks out someone to fix.Consistently informs appropriate person of problems encountered with repairs or calibration of equipment.Age Related CompetenciesApplies knowledge of growth and development in customer interactions and adapts care according to patient's age/developmental stage.Blood ExposureThis position is classified as a Category II position under OSHA guidelines with low risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials.SupervisoryThe incumbent may supervise COTAs, students, and volunteers. DimensionNA Physical Requirements:View Physical Requirements