- Bachelor’s degree (Doctoral degree preferred) from an accredited college or university
- Secure and maintain a valid Ohio Educator License as required by placement or assignment including a Physical Therapy License from the Ohio Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Athletic Trainers Board
- Ohio BCI and Federal Background check free of disqualifying infractions
- Comply with drug-free workplace rules and board policies
- Participate (and pass where applicable) in all required training, including but not limited to: Bloodborne Pathogens, Crisis Intervention, Educator Ethics, etc.
- Embody high ethical standards, integrity, and accept responsibility for decisions and conduct
- Efficiently operate Google Applications including Gmail, Drive, Sheets, Docs, etc.
- Perform initial evaluation, annual review and three year evaluation for students with suspected disabilities.
- Develop appropriate goals and objectives based on student need for inclusion in the IEP
- Develop a medical based plan of care (POC) for each student on caseload.
- Maintain a soft chart for each student that includes; IEP, PT plan of care, evidence of progress through the use of data sheets and work samples, including notification letter to student’s physician, use effective methods to collect data.
- Maintain accurate and timely documentation of student performance, progress, treatment minutes and changes in status in compliance with ODE, MSP, and OPTA licensing board requirements, eg. case notes & progress reports).
- Select and provide appropriate evidence based activities and skilled techniques in the least restrictive environment.
- Use physical space, as provided by the school district, to make it conducive to student progress. Demonstrate safe work practices.