The Occupational Therapist develops and implements patient care plans to facilitate development and rehabilitation of persons with oncology-related disabilities. The Occupational Therapist also ensures program initiatives are keeping with the standards of practice of the American Occupational Therapy Association, the New York Education Department, organization and department policies and the standards of The Joint Commission (TJC).
Applicants must have a License to practice as an Occupational Therapist in the State of New York and a Master’s degree from an approved occupational therapy program; or a Bachelor’s degree from an approved occupational therapy program and the equivalent of two years of full-time experience in occupational therapy or a related field. The preferred candidate will have experience in acute care and/or oncology and experience with EMR documentation. They will also have strong verbal and written communication skills.
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