1. Bachelor’s Degree from a professional program approved by the American Occupational Therapy Association is required; a Master’s Degree is preferred.
2. Valid Occupational Therapy licensure for the State of Oregon is required.
3. Two or more years of clinical experience in pediatrics or in an educational setting is preferred.
4. Two or more years of Occupational Therapy experience as a consultant, an itinerant provider, and or a provider to patients with physical disabilities is preferred.
5. Effective oral and written communication skills.
6. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the LBL Board of Directors/Superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable.
Cascade Regional Program Administrator
Provide direct, consultative and indirect service in school and community settings to support the educational and developmental needs of children with disabilities (birth-to-21 years), their families, and their educational teams.
The duties listed below are not inclusive, but characteristic of the type and level of work assigned for this position. Individual employees may perform all or some combination of the duties listed below as well as other related duties.
1. Participate in screening and comprehensive functional assessment of students with orthopedic, motor, self-help and/or sensory impairment.
2. Participate as a specialist in the area of orthopedic impairment to determine eligibility.
3. Participate in the preparation and implementation of Individualized Education Programs (IEP) or Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP) for identified students.
4. Participate in developing integrated goals with other education staff and families for students.
5. Serve as a resource, consultant and trainer to provide specialized suggestions and/or materials for use by educators and/or families.
6. Participate in the assessment, selection, training, management and use of assistive technology.
7. Design, construct and adapt materials and equipment to provide support in the educational setting.
8. Monitor programs using observation, data collection and pre-post assessment.
9. Prepare records and reports for eligibility evaluations, services, IEPs / IFSPs and transitions according to program procedures or as directed.
10. Synthesize and integrate clinical, educational and interpersonal issues regarding change, disabilities, grief and loss.
11. Work independently with limited contact with other OT staff.
12. Maintain regular attendance at work. Be punctual in meeting deadlines, attending meetings and following schedules.
1. Maintain knowledge of and follow special education rules, regulations and procedures.
2. Utilize a variety of communication tools for correspondence.
3. Participate in activities and meetings by program, department, regional and state groups.
4. Plan, assign and oversee the work of program assistant.
5. Manage multiple priorities and timelines.
6. Adhere to code of professional ethics and conduct.
7. Maintain confidentiality at all times.
8. Maintain professional dress standards.
9. Perform other duties as assigned.
1. Ability to sit for extended periods of time in vehicle, desk and various sized school furniture.
2. Ability to provide own transportation to school, preschools, community settings and homes in locations throughout a three county region.
3. Ability to use a computer for extended periods of time to write reports and to complete logs and other required paperwork.
4. Ability to use hands for repetitive movement.
5. Ability to occasionally bend, squat, twist and climb stairs.
6. Ability to lift up to 50 lb. occasionally and 25 lb. frequently.
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