Regions Hospital Occupational Therapist in St Paul, Minnesota
Job ID: 61787
Department: Rehab Svcs NSC
City: St Paul, MN
Location: RH - Regions Hospital & Clinics
Position Type: On Call
Anticipated Work Schedule: Days
Hrs/Pay Period: 0
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We are looking for a long-term (6 month+) per diem Occupational Therapist at the Healthpartners Neuroscience Center. We are seeking candidates with experience in neurologic diagnoses (stroke, brain injury/concussion, Parkinson's, SCI etc) and in evaluation and treatment of chronic pain. Recent OT graduates considered if they have had a fieldwork Level II placement in adult neuro. Ideal candidates would have minimum of 3 days available to work and possibly up to 5, depending on volumes. This is a great opportunity to work with a dynamic team using state of the art technology to support a patient's recovery. At Regions Hospital you’ll find a warm, diverse group of people who are committed to helping our patients – and each other. We foster an inclusive environment that encourages new ways of thinking, celebrates differences and recognizes hard work. We’re also committed to living our values. This means you can expect us to be your partner and treat you with dignity and respect. Join our team and make good happen! Requirements: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in occupational therapy. Ability to work 2 weekend shifts per month when working in Per Diem OT – Weekend job title. Registration with the Minnesota State Department of Health as an occupational therapist; eligible for certification within six months or certified with the National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapy Current BLS or CPR for Patient Care Providers offered through American Heart Association or American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer.
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