Under the supervision of the Director of Pupil Personnel Services, to provide a program of educationally-related occupational therapy in the district; to make assessments of individual students’ needs for therapy; to consult with district personnel and parents regarding therapeutic activities; and to do related work as required.
Demonstrated experience in working with pre-school and school-age children in the provision of assessment and services as an Occupational Therapist; registration by American Occupational Therapy Association as an Occupational Therapist; training and certification in the administration and evaluation of Southern California Sensory Integration Tests; possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator’s License and available use of a motor vehicle. Previous employment as an Occupational Therapist where therapy services have been provided to children.
One requirement from each bulleted group MUST be met before your application will be considered.
Certification (California Registration as Occupational Therapist)
Driver's License Copy
Other (Registration by American Occupational Therapy Association as an Occupational Therapist)
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