Find Flexible Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Jobs at Club Staffing
If you're looking for a career as a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA), now is the perfect time, as demand for occupational therapist assistants continues to rise. As a Club Staffing occupational therapy assistant, you'll find a wide variety of permanent and travel COTA jobs, with the opportunity to work in various settings. Hospitals, nursing and residential care facilities, home health care services and state government settings agencies are just a few of the healthcare settings you can choose from when you work with a leading-edge allied staffing company like Club Staffing. Let Club Staffing be your first choice for your employment needs and our career specialist will match your skills and background with the right occupational therapy assistant job.
What to Expect from Occupational Therapy Assistant Jobs
Club Staffing understands the important role you play in patients' lives as an occupational therapy assistant, working to with occupational therapists to provide rehabilitative services to people suffering from mental, physical, emotional, or developmental impairments. With supervision from occupational therapists, these professionals help clients with rehabilitative activities and exercises outlined in a treatment plan. Providing encouragement as their clients receive treatment, occupational therapy assistants record client progress and document billing. Some certified occupational therapy assistants move into administrative positions to advance in their career, while others choose to teach at accredited programs or lead health risk reduction classes for the elderly. To apply for an occupational therapy assistant job at Club Staffing, completion of an accredited occupational therapy assistant program is required. To become a certified occupational therapy assistant, students must complete courses in anatomy, physiology and basic medical terminology, as well as pass a national certification exam after they graduate. Contact a Club Staffing career specialist for more information about occupational therapy assistant jobs or to find the perfect match for you today.
Working as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant with Club Staffing
When you find your COTA jobs through Club Staffing, you'll enjoy a highly competitive salary and custom benefits tailored to your unique needs. The average mean yearly salary for occupational therapist assistants in May 2009 was $50,830.* Depending on location, experience, training and education, occupational therapist jobs provide an annual salary between $31,000 and $75,580, with the potential to earn more with additional education, training, certifications and experience. Top paying industries for occupational therapists include home health care services, employment services, offices of other health practitioners and nursing care facilities. At Club Staffing, our dedicated staff will make sure that all of your qualifications are taken into consideration to ensure you're matched with the right occupational therapy assistant job that meets your unique needs, when available.
Apply Now to Start a Rewarding Career as a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant with Club Staffing!
If you're ready to search for COTA jobs and experience a worthwhile career as a permanent or travel occupational therapist assistant, request a call or fill out our online application today! Based on your qualifications, one of our experienced COTA recruiters will contact you to start finding the right occupational therapy assistant job that fits your career goals and needs.
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*Source: U.S. Department of Labor