Openings as of 8/1/2021Administration=
Position Summary: The Occupational Therapist is a member of a multidisciplinary school team that assists in identifying and providing services to students who require additional support to successfully participate in their educational environment. Occupational Therapists use their expertise to support student outcomes, these include but are not limited to: training in self-care and activities of daily living, pre-vocational training skills, functional motor skills including accessibility and safety, sensory motor integration techniques, fine-motor skill development, visual motor development, bilateral coordination skills, postural control, adaptive equipment or techniques, perceptual motor training, and strengthening and stretching exercises. This position requires direct interaction with students, as well as the development and implementation of educational plans with teachers, administrators, and parents. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Current Illinois IDPR Occupational Therapist License (applied for or in process of obtaining)
Must have valid Illinois Driver’s license and automobile insurance for travel between schools.