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Billings Clinic Outpatient Occupational Therapist-Per Diem in Billings, Montana

You can make a difference as a part of our region's largest health care system, based locally in Billings, Montana. Join our amazing team with a focus on safe, high quality care and an excellent patient experience. Billings Clinic is here to take care of our community and region.

We look forward to meeting you.

About Us
Billings Clinic is a community-owned, not-for-profit, Physician-led health system based in Billings with more than 4,700 employees, including over 550 physicians and non-physician providers. Our integrated organization consists of a multi-specialty group practice and a 304-bed hospital. Learn more about Billings Clinic (our organization, history, mission, leadership and regional locations) and how we are recognized nationally for our exceptional quality.

Your Benefits
We provide a comprehensive and competitive benefits package to all full-time employees (minimum of 24 hours/week), including Medical, Dental, Vision, 403(b) Retirement Plan with employer matching, Defined Contribution Pension Plan, Paid Time Off, employee wellness program, and much more. Click here for more information or download the 2021 Employee Benefits Guide.

Magnet: Commitment to Nursing Excellence
Billings Clinic is proud to once again be recognized for nursing excellence as a Magnet?-designated organization, joining only 97 other organizations worldwide that have achieved this honor four times. The re-designation process happens every four years. Click here to learn more!

Outpatient Occupational Therapist-Per Diem

O/P OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (Billings Clinic West End)


Shift: Day

Employment Status: Per Diem

Hours per Pay Period: 0.01 = per diem(Non-Exempt)

Starting Wage DOE: 29.51

The incumbent in this position is responsible for providing direct patient care, evaluations, consultations, and treatments in order to assist patients in reaching maximum physical performance in the outpatient setting. Provides a variety of occupational therapy interventions which may include: (1) remediation or restoration of performance abilities that are limited due to impairment in biological, physiological, psychological or neurological processes; (2) adaptation of task, process or the environment, or the teaching of compensatory techniques, in order to enhance performance; (3) disability prevention methods and techniques which facilitate the development of safe application of performance skills; (4) health promotion strategies and practices which enhance performance abilities. The Occupational Therapist will work in one of the various outpatient settings.

Essential Job Functions

Supports and models behaviors consistent with Billings Clinic’s mission, vision, values, code of business conduct and service expectations. Meets all mandatory organizational and department requirements. Maintains competency in all organizational, departmental and outside agency standards as it relates to the environment, employee, patient safety or job performance.

Evaluates patients’ physical and functional status with regard to developmental and chronological age by administering and Interpreting tests. Develops individual treatment plan to include objective measures, assessment, short and long term goals, frequency and duration of therapy. Observes and interviews patients, reviews medical charts and consults with physicians as appropriate. Maintains compliance within departmental QA.

Demonstrates creativity, skill and efficiency in implementing treatment plans that include the use of recognized treatment techniques and modalities appropriate to the age and disability being treated and goals to be achieved in the outpatient setting.

Documents timely and regular initial evaluations, progress and discharge notes consistent with department policy, regulatory agency and reimbursement requirements. Completes daily patient charges and billing. Maintains compliance within departmental QA

Discharge Planning
Maintains compliance within departmental QA
Monitors patient’s progress within the current plan of care to ensure progression is functional and reasonable for continuation of rehab services.
Refers to other services as needed.

Professional Development
Identifies need and sets goals for own professional growth and development; meets all mandatory requirements. Participates and attends educational meetings with respect to continuing education, co-worker in-services, and Billings Clinic educational course offerings to enhance knowledge and further professional skills.

Maintains competency in all organizational, departmental and outside agency environmental, employee or patient safety standards relevant to job performance.
Students, job shadows, mentor new staff (Prorated based on FTE)
Performs other duties as assigned or needed to meet the needs of the department/organization.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Billings Clinic policy and procedures, both organizational and departmental
• Personal computers, hardware and software
• Microsoft Office Programs (i.e., Windows, Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.)
• Billings Clinic Code of Business Conduct
• Billings Clinic Corporate Compliance Program
• HIPAA and confidentiality requirements
• Patient’s rights
• Patient safety standards
• Customer service techniques and Personal Service Excellence (PSE) skills
• Regulatory requirements and standards (i.e., DNV, OSHA, etc.)
• Safety and infection control policies and practices
• Occupational therapy treatments
• Anatomy, physiology and developmental growth
• Third party and government payer reimbursement methodologies and practices in outpatient setting
• Professional communication (both verbal and written) and interviewing skills
• Demonstrating empathy and sensitivity necessary to elicit patient’s/resident’s cooperation and allay apprehensions
• Analytical skills necessary in order to prepare treatment plans, coordinate and implement effective occupational therapies and to develop solutions to problems concerning patient’s/resident’s mental or physical well being
• Documenting in patient care records- Cedaron
• Incorporate cultural diversity and age appropriate care into all aspects of communication and patient care; scope of services provided will encompass age groups ranging from infant through geriatric
• Establish and maintain collaborative relationships; working effectively with allied health and all other medical personnel and customers/guests
• Maintain flexibility to adapt to a variety of work load assignments
• Stand for prolonged periods of time
• Work independently
• Utilize time management concepts and maximize time effectively
•C oncentrate and pay close attention to detail when planning and performing professional rehabilitation services, resolving patient/resident care problems and dealing with patients/residents and other guests, often during stressful situations
• Lift, push, pull and move in excess of 50 pounds unassisted
• Assesses patient’s progress frequently and revises treatment plan as necessary based on subjective and objective responses.
• Errors in judgment can potentially result in serious physical harm to patients.
•F requent opportunity to make documentation and billing errors, which may be detected by fellow workers, supervisor, clients, or reimbursement agencies, can cause delay, expense and re-work to correct.

Minimum Qualifications
• Degree of Occupational Therapy from an accredited Occupational Therapy school

Certifications and Licenses
• CPR Certification

•Montana state Occupational Therapy Board of Examiners

Billings Clinic is Montana’s largest health system serving Montana, Wyoming and the western Dakotas. A not-for-profit organization led by a physician CEO, the health system is governed by a board of community members, nurses and physicians. Billings Clinic includes an integrated multi-specialty group practice, tertiary care hospital and trauma center, based in Billings, Montana. Learn more

Billings Clinic is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity. All policies and processes are designed toward achieving fair and equitable treatment of all employees and job applicants. Employees are encouraged to discuss any concerns they have in this regard with their immediate supervisor and/or the Vice President People Resources. All employees and job applicants will be provided the same treatment in all aspects of the employment relationship, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, genetic information or disability.