Sterling Medical Corporation

Tampa, FL

Peds Occupational Therapist Live & Work in the UK!

Sterling Medical is seeking a skilled Peds OT for a great career opportunity in the UK . Our position would be providing services at the RAF Lakenheath . We are offering relocation assistance, benefits and great compensation!

Sterling Medical Corporation is a top healthcare contractor that services the government agencies, military treatment facilities, and VAMCs nationwide and overseas for over 40 years. We operate in 48 states and 12 countries.

If you’re interested in hearing more please contact me today!

Job Requirements

Services will be provided to patients 0 to 36 months of age and, upon request of the MTF clinic supervisor, older patients up to 21, and their families.


Occupational Therapist will subscribe to the inter/transdisciplinary model of service delivery and shall utilize the range of resources and approaches to provide appropriate, coordinated services to clients. Occupational Therapist will perform the duties of an early interventionist in a primary provider model on a transdisciplinary team.


All personnel providing service under this Agreement shall attend Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and other related meetings and present their evaluations and recommendations.


Provide services to eligible children and their families in the natural or least restrictive setting. The service setting may include children’s homes, DoD Schools, childcare homes, childcare centers, and other military community settings. A limited amount of service delivery shall occur in military hospitals and clinics. Services shall be provided to hospitalized infants and toddlers by consultation only and under the close supervision of the physician responsible for the patient. Screenings shall occur in the family home or other appropriate natural environment




Qualification:

1. Possesses a Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy program approved by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).

2. Be board certified and currently licensed in Occupational Therapy in at least one state or territory in the United States.

3. Have at least two (2) years of experience within the last five (5) years in pediatric occupational therapy for ages 0 to 36 months with special needs.

 

For more information on this terrific opportunity to live and work in Europe, please contact Melissa Schwarber at [ Link Removed ] ext. 233 or email [ Link Removed ] .