EQC Occupational Therapy is dedicated to providing exceptional, cost eﬀective, family focused care for our clients. Our goal is to meet client’s needs in the nurturing environment of their home, minimizing the impact of the client’s condition on the family and respecting the role of the family in the care of the client. To learn more about us visit EQCHealth.com.
We are looking for a reliable and self-motivated individual to join our Occupational Therapy team. If you’re a caring individual who prioritizes quality care in the home for medically fragile and technology dependent adults, then we want to work with you!
As a member of the EQC team, the Occupational Therapist will champion the company’s overall vision, mission and corporate values, and foster a positive organizational culture and working environment for all contacts at all levels.
- Provides outstanding client care and appropriate treatment following established clinical procedures and techniques including:
- Initial evaluations and establishes appropriate long- and short-term measurable goals and plan-of-care.
- Performs appropriate and standardized assessments according to the client’s diagnosis and develops a plan of care accordingly.
- Follows through with the established plan of care for each client.
- Provides appropriate occupation based, client centered treatment following established procedures and techniques, and utilizes best practice and evidence-based practice.
- Maintains the highest level of client conﬁdentiality.
- Provides documentation for all evaluations, treatments, home programs,
re-evaluations, re-assessments and discharges in compliance with regulatory, licensing, payer, accrediting and company guidelines.
- Maintains exceptional client, healthcare provider and staﬀ relationships.
- Demonstrates excellent time management skills with the ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Coordinates scheduling of clients for evaluations and treatment in coordination with clients and other staﬀ.
- Practices occupational therapy consistent with the AOTA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
- Supervises any COTA in accordance with industry standards.
- Maintains professional license, and malpractice/general liability insurance and provides current copy to owner each year.
- Maintains up to date techniques and trends in occupational therapy.
- Reports all client and staﬀ related issues to the director of OT.
- Maintain compliance under:
- Medicare and other insurances
- State and federal regulations
- Any other
- Participates in in-services, medical conferences, staﬀ meetings, continuing education courses, team meetings and other related activities.
- Assists in the marketing of practice.
- Works with the owner to ensure quality assurance and client satisfaction.
- Meets with the team members as necessary to discuss client care and other clinical issues
- Execute speciﬁc tasks and other related duties as requested and/or assigned by the director of OT.
- Understand and support the company’s mission, vision and values.
- Graduate of an accredited, approved Occupational Therapy program.
- Licensed Occupational Therapist in oregon. Must comply with all Oregon requirements for continuing education.
- Certiﬁed Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR) by the National Board in Certiﬁed Occupational Therapy (NBCOT)
- Minimum of an earned Bachelor’s degree from an accredited Occupational Therapy program. Masters or higher preferred
- Valid National Provider Identiﬁer number (NPI)
- Credentialed with Medicare in the State of Oregon
- Ability to perform the physical duties of the position, which requires physical strength and exertion.
- 3-5 years of experience working with older adults clients in their home
Demonstrates general computer skills including: data entry, word processing, email, and record management.
- Reliable and ﬂexible to meet the needs of clients
- Comply with both federal and state guidelines, including all licensing requirements.
- Excellent organizational, problem solving and time management skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to maintain proper levels of conﬁdentiality.
- Ability to work closely with medical professionals and family caregivers
- Competitive Pay $38 – $40/hr DOE
- Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance
- Paid Time Off
- Mileage Reimbursement
- Flexible Schedule
We are an equal opportunity employer and prohibit discrimination/harassment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.