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Plans, monitors and executes therapy according to the needs of individual students; implements treatment programs; documents and supports educational activities.
Demonstrated knowledge of and independence in the use of varied therapy treatment approaches; knowledge of normal child development
Skills and Abilities
Ability to respect and maintain confidentiality, communicate effectively verbally and in writing, establish and maintain proper working relationships with students, parents, co-workers and supervisors, perform strenuous physical activities, maintain a safe working environment, adhere to ethical standards of the profession, travel to various locations, adhere to personnel policies, procedures and standard health precautions
FLSA CLASSIFICATION/WORKING HOURS:
Non-Exempt. Hourly. Employee receives at least the minimum wage, is paid by the hour and is eligible to earn overtime compensation.
Bachelor's Degree and graduation from an AOTA (American O.T. Association) accredited occupational therapy program; successful completion of NBCOT (National Board of Certification in Occupational Therapy) Certification Examination; Registration by AOTA as Occupational Therapist; State of New Jersey of license; NJ Department of Education Certification as an Occupational Therapist; fingerprint examination and approval.