• School Based Occupational Therapist

    Job Locations US-MO-Conway
    Occupational Therapist
  • Overview



    Mediscan has a school-based OT position open in Conway, MO. This position is Full-Time contract position is starting ASAP and will be until the end of the 18-19 School-Year. Job duties will consist of Direct and Consultative services to serve students in the Early Childhood Special Education Program and School aged k-12 Special Education populations.


    Tax-Free Stipends Available: Yes, candidate must meet IRS standards to qualify. This will include Lodging and Meals/Incidentals.  

    Benefits: Med/Dental/Vision Available, Weekly Customized Compensation, and 401K

    Reimbursements: Tuition (First Year Alumni), License, CEU’s, Assessment Kits, Mileage... etc.


    New Graduates are encouraged to apply and experienced therapists will be compensated accordingly.


    Mediscan is a leading employer of educational-based Occupational Therapists.  At Mediscan, we believe our role is more than just providing jobs.  We have an amazing culture.   We share knowledge, we learn and build consensus with our professionals so we can develop deep and collective strategies for career growth and development.  All Mediscan professionals have access to an incredible Clinical Director with 20 years of experience in the field, we encourage multi-disciplinary interaction, we have a fantastic resource library, offer continuing education on top of a full benefit package.   We also provide relocation and company paid housing to those who are willing to travel.


    The first step to exploring a career with Mediscan is to forward a cover letter, resume, and time to connect to my attention.  


    Make a difference, one child at a time!


    For Immediate consideration, please send resume to Chelsea Miller. 


    Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy

    MO Applicable State License


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