• Occupational Therapist - Preschool

    Job Locations US-NC-Nags Head
    Occupational Therapist
  • Overview

    Mediscan is currently seeking a North Carolina licensed Occupational Therapist to provide services full time to K-12 students. The selected candidate will complete assessments and provide therapy. Pediatric experienced is required. School Experience preferred. New graduates are also encouraged to apply, veteran therapists will be compensated accordingly.


    Job Description:
    Under the direction of the Manager of Special Education, provides educationally related occupational therapy services to students with various disabilities according to the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The Occupational Therapist participates as a member of the education team, provides assessments and develops written reports; identifies students’ abilities within the educational or developmental settings; develops goals and objectives for consideration in IEP meetings; develops individual and/or group occupational therapy intervention plans; maintains appropriate documentation of students’ progress and related reports; and provides consultative services and support to teachers.
    A School Occupational Therapist is expected to handle a variety of assignments that relate to individual students’ specialized needs and related disabilities. They are expected to work independently with the students on a one-to-one basis or in a group setting. The Occupational Therapist has a broad scope of evaluative tasks in the development, planning and assessment of therapy programs.



    Excellent Weekly Compensation
    Medical Benefits

    Supply Reimbursements
    Relocation & License Assistance
    Professional Growth & Development
    Supportive and Friendly Team


    Interviews are currently being conducted. If you are looking to take your career to the next level, submit a cover letter and resume to Chelsea Miller. 


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