• Occupational Therapist - Mesa, AZ - 2018/2019 School Year

    Job Locations US-AZ-Mesa
    Job ID
    2018-2925
    Business Unit
    Light Street Special Education Solutions
    Category
    In-School
  • Overview

    Light Street Special Education Solutions (http://www.lightstreetsolutions.com), a division of Learn It Systems (http://www.learnitsystems.com), helps schools succeed by providing comprehensive special education programs and services. We partner with schools to improve the quality and efficiency of services provided to children with special needs. We offer an array of flexible solutions that are grounded in evidence-based practices and focused on achieving positive outcomes for our students and school partners. 

    Responsibilities

    We are now interviewing Occupational Therapists for the 2018/2019 School Year to work with children in a school setting, and become a valuable member of our national team of special education superheroes.

    Be a part of a flexible team-build environment as an Occupational Therapist and learn more about what we can offer you:

    • Mentoring for clinicians who are transitioning from a medical model into school base
    • Local Clinical Manager support 
    • Competitive compensation packages
    • Professional development allowance, licensure and professional association dues reimbursement 
    • Referral bonuses!

    Qualifications

    Education/Experience:

    • Master's in occupational therapy
    • Passed the NBCOT
    • Maintain license per AOTA requirements
    • Valid AZ IVP Fingerprint Clearance Card

    Light Street Special Education Solutions/Learn It Systems offers a competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits plan, 401(k), paid holidays and personal time off.

     

    Light Street Special Education Solutions/Learn It Systems is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants must be presently eligible to work in the United States. 

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