Requirements for Occupational Therapy Assistant / OTAs
You must be a graduate of an accredited Occupational Therapy Assistant Program certified by Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education. You must be eligible to practice as an Occupational Therapy Assistant, according to state guidelines.
As one of the nation’s largest long-term care and rehabilitation providers, we offer a generous and wide-ranging compensation package from day one, including:
Additional Occupational Therapy management roles and Program Manager positions available for qualified candidates.
- Medical/dental/vision insurances
- Company-paid life insurance and short-term disability
- Voluntary insurance programs
- Tuition Reimbursement Program
- Continuing Education Programs
- Leadership Training Program
- Pre-tax Flexible Spending Accounts
- Extensive paid leave for holidays
- Service awards
- Generous Elder Care benefit for family members
For more information or to apply call 1-877-403-JOBS.
Genesis Rehabilitation Services is looking for remarkable
OTRs and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants / COTAs. At Genesis Rehabilitation Services, you can really care for your patients – and your thoughts, opinions and expertise will always be respected. Our patient ratios are smaller. Our centers are state-of-the-art. Our benefits package is outstanding. And our regular shifts help you balance your career and your personal life.
Genesis HealthCare operates more than 200 skilled nursing centers in 13 states, and offers rehabilitation services to nearly 700 health care facilities in 23 states. And right now, we have opportunities near you. So apply today. For a remarkable OTR or COTA, it’s a remarkable opportunity.
As an Occupational Therapist Assistant / OTA at Genesis Rehabilitation Services, you will:
- Implement individualized occupational therapy treatment plans under the supervision of the Occupational Therapist, including activities of daily living and range of motion exercises
- Evaluate activities of daily living under the direction of the Occupational Therapist
- Organize and facilitate treatment groups in consultation with the Occupational Therapist
- Instruct patients, families and other caregivers in the skills and techniques of the OT program, under the supervision of the Occupational Therapist
- Work with other members of the rehabilitation team to develop activities consistent with each patient’s needs and capabilities
- Represent OT at required meetings on customer care, staffing and other subjects, under the direction of the Occupational Therapist
- Clean and maintain equipment, identifying and reporting any need for repairs
- Put patient service first: Ensure that patients and families enjoy the best possible service, in a caring and compassionate atmosphere where the individual’s needs and rights are recognized and respected