Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant, FBC
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locationsCharlotte, NC time typeFull time posted onPosted Yesterday job requisition idR6046 Make a Difference in Someone’s Life!
At Monarch, we work together to provide life-changing care in communities across North Carolina. As a team, we provide hope, promote wellness, and empower individuals and families impacted by mental illness, substance use disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injury.
You Belong at Monarch
You deserve a positive and encouraging work environment - a place where you can do your best work and grow as a professional. That is just what you’ll find at Monarch. Here, we care for people, including our team members. We offer a comprehensive, competitive that supports full-time and part-time team members and their families. More than just a job, this opportunity with Monarch will give you room to spread your wings and grow because we believe in promoting from within and developing future leaders.
What You'll Do:
• Collaboratively address the occupational needs of individuals, groups, and populations via provision of quality and outcome oriented occupational therapy services, by following plan of care outlined by occupational therapist and using person and occupation-centered interventions.
• Document intervention and progress toward goals adhering to reimbursement and practice act standards.
• Collaborate with treatment team for care coordination and incorporation of OT services in the individual’s person-centered plan/treatment plan while admitted to crisis unit.
• Educate an individual’s family and other natural supports about how to accommodate and support occupational engagement.
• Plan, organize, and hold group sessions daily.
• Supervise ancillary staff under the supervision of an OTR/L and supervise level I OT/OTA students and level II OTA students in compliance with state practice guidelines.
• Attend and actively participate in meetings and trainings as required.
• Maintain certification/licensure in all agency, state and federal training requirements.
• Maintain all necessary documentation and records in a timely manner. This may include the use of an Electronic Health Record system (EHR).
• Demonstrate knowledge of and comply with all agency policies and procedures, as well and service definitions related to specific programs.
• Complete all other relevant responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor.
• Provides and ensures care to youth served is promotes safety, rights, confidentiality, comfort, and dignity is in a therapeutic environment.
• Ensures that the milieu is conducive to recovery and crisis stabilization that is within the parameters of the individual’s treatment and crisis plans.
• Completes documentation as required for groups, progress notes, etc. Complete assessments as required. Provides input on admission and discharge summaries.
• Will lead or co-lead groups with the youth, daily on topics such as, but not limited to, activities of daily living, functional mobility, cognitive, perceptual, family, and individual supported education.
• Attend and actively participate in interdisciplinary team meetings, other internal and external meetings and trainings as required. Maintain certification in all agency, state, and federal training requirements.
• Maintain trainings as required and requested
• Demonstrate knowledge of emergency procedures and assist in crisis situations
• Demonstrate knowledge of and comply with all agency policies and procedures
• Complete all other relevant responsibilities assigned by the supervisor
• Driving and travel may be required.
• Completion of an accredited occupational therapy educational curriculum.
Additional Information (If Applicable): Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:30am-5pm Education We're Looking For: Associates: Occupational Therapy (Required), Bachelors: Occupational TherapyCertifications We're Looking For: Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant - NCBOT, North Carolina Driver License (Valid) - NC Division of Motor Vehicles, OTR/OTA-L - NC Board of Occupational TherapyExperience We're Looking For: Experience working with youth with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), Supervisory ExperienceTarget Weekly Hours: 40Monarch is an Equal Opportunity Employer Monarch offers opportunities as diverse as the people we support and the communities we serve. Monarch is an and we are firmly committed to supporting and celebrating all forms of diversity. Monarch does not accept paper applications. Any person with a disability who needs any reasonable accommodation under the to apply for a position or otherwise to participate in Monarch job search or selection process, should contact HR@MonarchNC.org or call (704) 986-1550. This job description in no way implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed. You will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties and responsibilities upon the request of a supervisor. This job description is subject to revision at the discretion of Monarch. locationsCharlotte, NC time typeFull time posted onPosted Yesterday Since 1958, Monarch has been about helping others and improving lives. Our caring, supportive team of professionals provides services that help people thrive. If you’re looking for a career with purpose, we have a place for you at Monarch. We see the possibilities that exist for people living with mental illness, substance use disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries and we help others see them as well. At Monarch, you’ll see the impact of your work every day when a man with a disability achieves his dream of finding a job, when a woman struggling with addiction walks into treatment for the first time or when a child facing a mental health crisis finds comfort and support. You can make a difference. Join us today! Monarch is nationally accredited by The Joint Commission and committed to providing the highest quality health care for the people we support. To learn more about our services and the many ways we provide support, please call (866) 272-7826 or visit .