Part-Time Occupational Therapist


Website The Lincoln Academy

Job Summary:
The part-time Occupational Therapist is the person responsible for assessing scholar skills, providing interventions, and developing training programs for scholars in need of occupational therapy. They will also be an active participant of the IEP team for scholars in need of occupational therapy services. It is the expectation that this individual will work with colleagues, parents, and scholars to create a school environment that is focused on scholar achievement, character, and success beyond high school. The Lincoln Academy is a school where scholars and families are supported while maintaining high expectations for all. The part-time Occupational Therapist is expected to fully embrace the school’s methodology and uphold the high expectations of The Lincoln Academy. The part-time Occupational Therapist will support an equitable environment with rigorous instruction, joyous interactions, and strong community partnerships. Though it is impossible to list all roles the part-time Occupational Therapist will fill, specific job responsibilities include:
Essential Functions:

Evaluate and assess occupational therapy for K4-12 scholars
Develop and provide individualized treatment plans for scholars to ensure appropriate occupational therapy to improve overall independence and participation in activities of daily living and play
Collaborate with parents and other members of staff to develop IEPs
Participate in IEP meetings
Maintain compliant IEPs and write quarterly progress reports to IEP goals
Maintain educational equity by writing IEPs to grade level standards
Provide IEPs At-A-Glance for content teachers
Conduct assessments for scholar progress
Consult district and outside resource people regarding education, social, medical, and personal needs of scholars
Establish and maintain open communication by conducting conferences with parents, scholars, administrators, and teachers
Use effective communication skills to present information accurately and clearly
Keep informed of and comply with federal, state, and school regulations and policies for IEP requirements
Compile, maintain, and file all physical and computerized reports, records, and other documents required, including medicaid billing if applicable
Other duties as requested


Alignment with The Lincoln Academy’s vision and values
Strong people skills and leadership ability to develop a team environment
Belief in maintaining the bar for educational equity for learners at every ability level
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced setting with high expectations
Demonstrated professionalism and integrity
Strong critical thinking skills and strategic problem-solving skills
An ability and passion to work with stakeholders from diverse backgrounds
A joyous attitude and drive for personal excellence
Strong organizational skills and ability to adapt to change quickly and efficiently
Interpersonal skills that encompass strong relationship building and communication
Ability to use technology and data to drive toward exceptional outcomes for scholars
Demonstrated strong work ethic
Adaptability in working with various age groups ranging from K4-12th grade
Commitment to professional growth and personal development

Job Type: Part-time
Medical specialties:

Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine

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Work Location: In person

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