Adult Team Occupational Therapist (OT)

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Type: Full-Time

Reports To: Clinical Director 

Location: 6911 S Yosemite St, Centennial, CO 80112

Salary/Range (Commensurate with experience): $65,000 - $72,000

The Adult Team OT will work closely with the Clinical Director and COO to ensure therapy team services are effective and well-coordinated, oversee caseloads within the team, and ensure current evidence-based practice and outcome measures are embedded in practice of all clinicians. The Adult Team OT will work closely with the mental health team to support individuals and families in crisis and with high support needs.

Applicants must have at least five years post registration experience, SI certification and/OR DIR certification; must have advanced specialist clinical expertise in assessment, treatment and documentation of sensory-based practices for all age ranges. Must be comfortable working in a neurodivergent affirming setting. Training in SCERTS, iLS, NDT, Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics, S2C, also a plus. Experience with team building skills and collaborative style are crucial to success. Salary commensurate with experience. Must be eligible for OT registration in the state of Colorado.

Ability to complete the following activities safely, and at times, for prolonged periods:

  • Standing: Maintaining an upright position on the feet, especially for prolonged periods of time
  • Pushing: Applying pressure and exerting force against an object for the purpose of moving it forward or away from the source of the force – push or pull force up to 35 lbs.
  • Lifting: Raising an object from a lower to a higher position, or moving an object laterally, from position to position
    Required to lift up to 50 lbs of force independently. May be required to lift over 50 lbs with assistance of another person or a mechanical lift
  • Stooping: Bending the body forward and down from the waist, hips and knees, sometimes for a prolonged length of time.
  • Reaching: Extending hand(s)and arm(s) in any direction away from the body
  • Balancing: Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, standing or crouching on narrow, slippery or moving surfaces