'To work together as a team, providing and stimulating improvement of the whole, while fostering individuality and professional growth.'
Job Title: Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA)
Location Available: Alden Waterford/Courts
Community Physical Therapy (CPT) is a leading provider in the greater Chicagoland and southern Wisconsin area. Our board-certified therapists offer Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies in post-acute rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities, in the home setting and at outpatient locations.
Rehabilitation services in skilled nursing facilities
Assisted and Independent Living
CPT remains focused on maintaining a practice that creates value for employees including personal and professional growth for employees.
Community Physical Therapy is a unique practice in many ways. Our President and management team members are all licensed therapists and understand how vital therapy services are in promoting wellness, restoring function, and improving the quality of life of each patient we treat.
How we accomplish this:
We practice using an evidence-based, patient-focused mentality.
CPT employs physical, occupational, speech therapists, nurse navigators and fitness trainers to provide a comprehensive array of services.
Numerous specialty accreditations, achievement awards that demonstrate our caring and positive environment.
Adhere to the policies and procedures for the provision of therapy services in accordance with the goals of CPT and Facility
Maintain the standards for rehabilitation services
Perform administrative duties as necessary for day-to-day operations of the rehab department
Develop a good rapport with the patient, their family members and third-party payers, and any others involved in the total management of the patient
Graduate of an accredited occupational therapist assistant program approved by the AOTA
Certified by NBCOT as COTA
Licensed, certified, or registered to practice in the State of Illinois or Wisconsin as an occupational therapist assistant
Functions according to the AOTA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice
We offer a competitive salary and benefits packages which includes:
Short-term, Long-Term Disability,
Flexible Spending Accounts (Health & Dependent)
401(k) Retirement Savings Program
Paid Time Off and Paid Sick Leave
Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) experience preferred. Knowledge of Net Health a plus however we are willing to train. New grads are welcome to apply.