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Occupational Therapist

New York, New York
Job ID: 377364

In this key and caring role, you will assess/screen patients’ daily living/work-related skills and develop therapeutic retraining programs with measurable objectives. All in a highly supportive work environment that respects the individual, puts the patient first, and emphasizes growing, learning and having fun along the way. Join us as an Occupational Therapist and be at your best working collaboratively as a team and utilizing the latest industry advancements, technologies and techniques.

Success Profile

What do you need to be a successful Occupational Therapist at Kindred? Here are the top traits we’re looking for:

  • Productive
  • Efficient
  • Creative
  • Collaborative
  • Visual thinker
  • Versatile

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My patient’s family was so excited when she was released. And she was in tears because she was so happy and grateful for the treatment she got here.

– Anna Marie, OT, Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth

A View of Kindred


  • Healthcare

    We offer a variety of Health Savings Account (HSA) and PPO plan options.

  • 401(k) Plan

    Employees can contribute pre-tax dollars through payroll deduction.

  • Paid Time Off

    Your work/life balance is important to us. We offer our employees a flexible Paid Time Off program.

  • Wellness Program

    We offer tools, resources and support for weight loss, stress reduction, smoking cessation and making overall healthier choices.

  • Community

    Community involvement is consistent with our company's principles and with our mission of customer service and quality care.

  • Professional Choice Account

    Free money is set aside for all therapists to help with education, training, and uniforms.

Job Details



Summary Statement:

NPORT is seeking professional, reliable and compassionate Occupational Therapy professionals dedicated to the provision of high quality patient care that adheres to federal and state regulations, and Joint Commission standards.



  • NYS Registration License
  • NYC DOE Fingerprints 
  • CPR/BLS preferred
  • EMP experience preferred


Essential Functions


  • Provide individual and/or group treatment to a variety of students, based on IEP goals and objectives, to help them access the academic curriculum.

  • Maintain mandated documentation of treatment and progress in daily session notes and attendance records in SESIS

  • Establish short- and long-term goals according to an individualized patient treatment plan (IEP)

  • Update goals and record progress quarterly in IEP

  • Participate in IEP development and attend IEP meetings

  • Complete Progress Reports and/or other documentation as required by individual school

  • Collaborate with teachers and other related service providers to ensure goals are carried over into the classroom

  • Maintain communication with parents


    Immediate openings  within The Bronx and Brooklyn, NY area / $37-$39 per session/ full time and part time caseloads





  • Pre-assignment orientation
  • Clinical supervision/mentorship
  • Referral bonus – Earn up to $1248 

NPORT is Joint Commission certified, and an industry leading health care staffing organization in NY. We are seeking compassionate and reliable professionals to join our team! We deliver staffing solutions to various health care and educational facilities, providing thousands of hours of service monthly by way of long-term and short-term placements to fit the needs of our clinicians and our clients. We offer competitive rates, based on experience and availability, fun and challenging assignments, mentorship and career development available for new and recent grads, and advanced placement available for experienced professionals.











The incumbent shall, at a minimum, be a graduate of a four year bachelors degree program approved by the CAHEA of the AMA in collaboration with the AOTA (or WFOT recognized foreign equivalent), and hold an applicable and current license to practice. Education/experience in working with an adult and geriatric population is necessary, preferably in a skilled nursing setting; education/experience with a disabled population is desirable.