Traumatic Brain Injury
CasePro Inc is a federal government contractor doing business with the Navy in Portsmouth, VA. We currently have a need for a Full Time Occ. Therapist to work within the Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (PH/TBI) program at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital. This is a very rewarding position.
You will be providing Occupational Therapist Services in support of the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP).
40 hours per week. M-F
Services are not required on the day of observance of federal holidays.
Evaluate and establish written treatment goals/plans, and apply treatment for patients with cognitive/ psychosocial and physical limitations. The HCW shall also directly participate in multidisciplinary team meetings, treatment planning and discharge planning sessions.
Possess a comprehensive understanding of the following:
Possess skills in the assessment and treatment in the following areas:
- Clinical presentation following TBI and traumatic experiences, including the range of physical, cognitive and psychosocial sequelae impacting function.
- Restorative and compensatory modalities to maximize independent functioning for beneficiaries requiring care for PH, TBI and of a range of dysfunction.
- Program development and management.
MINIMUM PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS.
- Activities of daily living.
- Vision, perception and cognition.
- Stress and Coping.
- Range of motion, strength and endurance.
- Adaptive equipment and technology needs.
Thank you for your interest in opportunities with CasePro.
- Possess a Bachelors Degree or Masters of Science Degree in Occupational therapy from an accredited college of Occupational therapy with two years’ post-graduate experience in Occupational therapy.
- Possess a current, unrestricted license to practice as an occupational therapist in any one of the fifty States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam or the U.S. Virgin Islands.
- Possess current certification with the National Board for Certification for Occupational Therapists.
- Provide two letters of recommendation written within the last two years attesting to the HCW’s clinical skills. At least one letter must be from a physician or nurse who has personally observed and evaluated the HCW and who can attest to the HCW’s clinical competence in the care of patients. The other letter may be from a clinic or hospital administrator, physician or nurse who has personal knowledge of the HCWs’ patient care skills in a similar clinical environment. Reference letters shall attest to the HCW’s communication skills and ability to relate to patients as well as professional and other interpersonal skills among staff members and must include name, title, phone number, date of reference, address and signature of the individual providing reference. The letters of recommendation must have been written within the preceding 3 years.
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