UofL Physicians

  • Occupational Therapist- Part Time

    Job Locations US-KY-Louisville
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  • Overview


    Assess, plan, organize, and participate in rehabilitative programs that help build or restore vocational, homemaking, and daily living skills, as well as general independence, to persons with disabilities or developmental delays.



    • Complete and maintain necessary records.
    • Test and evaluate patients' physical and mental abilities and analyze medical data to determine realistic rehabilitation goals for patients.
    • Train caregivers how to provide for the needs of a patient during and after therapy.
    • Evaluate patients' progress and prepare reports that detail progress.
    • Select activities that will help individuals learn work and life-management skills within limits of their mental or physical capabilities.
    • Recommend changes in patients' work or living environments, consistent with their needs and capabilities.
    • Design and create, or requisition, special supplies and equipment, such as splints, braces, and computer-aided adaptive equipment.
    • Develop and participate in health promotion programs, group activities, or discussions to promote client health, facilitate social adjustment, alleviate stress, and prevent physical or mental disability.
    • Consult with rehabilitation team to select activity programs or coordinate occupational therapy with other therapeutic activities.
    • Lay out materials such as puzzles, scissors and eating utensils for use in therapy, and clean and repair these tools after therapy sessions.
    • Plan and implement programs and social activities to help patients learn work or school skills and adjust to handicaps.
    • Help clients improve decision making, abstract reasoning, memory, sequencing, coordination, and perceptual skills, using computer programs.
    • Provide training and supervision in therapy techniques and objectives for externs, nurses and other medical staff.
    • Conduct research in occupational therapy.
    • Advise on health risks in the workplace or on health-related transition to retirement.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.



    • Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy required
    • Two (2) years’ experience in clinical setting, preferred


    • Promotes a safety-conscious work force and maintains good housekeeping practices
    • Demonstrates the ability to assess, plan, implement and evaluate individual patient care appropriate to the age of patients served by demonstrative knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span.
    • Communicates appropriately with the person served regardless of their age.
    • Initiative, communicator, problem solver
    • Proactive - anticipates and plans for problems before they arise
    • Service Excellence – responsive, informs constituents of process, pleasant to work with, educates and provides timely, accurate information
    • Organized – manages time effectively, keeps tasks appropriately prioritized
    • Flexible – ability to change directions as needed for the good of the department or organization
    • Critical Thinking – ability to think through issues and identify appropriate options
    • Work Ethics – motivated, diligent, industrious and persistent in the workplace, stays on tasks to completion, works at a fast pace to ensure optimal efficiency
    • Maintains a professional appearance at all times.
    • Interpersonal – can build effective, strong working relationships with employees, colleagues, management, consultants, and media through trust, communication, and credibility
    • Team – ability to work with others, serve others, help others, lead others, mentor others, take directions from others in the interest of moving process and programs forward to the desired outcome.
    • Emotional Intelligence – ability to not take issues personal, see the big picture in emotionally charged situations and respond in a mature, professional, composed manner
    • Self-Awareness – ability to reflect, understand limitations, and seek appropriate assistance and guidance
    • Judgment – exercises discretion and due diligence when making decisions and recommendations
    • Quality – is able to perform work in a neat, efficient, well-coordinated, well communicated manner with a high degree of accuracy and professionalism
    • Presentation – can speak in front of people to deliver necessary material or messaging


    Clinical and office environment – office, patient clinical areas, sitting, computer, walking, lifting. etc.


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