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‘IT Recruitment Consultant’

  • If you are an experienced IT Recruitment Consultant looking for international opportunities, New York City is where you want to be!
  • I am working with an award winning company who are looking for Consultants to join their NYC office.
  • The company has grown to over 120 consultants across the UK and is a Sunday Times Top 100 Company To Work For.
  • Less saturated, larger client/candidate pools and less competition – – Good service is rewarded BIG in America; average deal sizes are double, even triple what they are in the UK – – Ambitious and career driven, wanting to take your career to the next level – – Opportunity to be…
  • If you are interested in this role or want to find out more about the US market and opportunities, apply to this role.

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‘IT Recruitment Consultant’

Occupational Therapist (PT) – Spring in Spring, from THERAPY 2000, by Dustin Attaway

  • JOB TITLE: Pediatric Occupational Therapist REPORTS TO: Divisional Manager – – FLSA STATUS: Exempt – – JOB OVERVIEW:The Pediatric Occupational Therapist is a qualified, licensed professional who – – provides, evaluates and supervises occupational therapy services to patients in their home as – – prescribed by the attending physician.
  • ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: – – Completes a minimum number of visits defined by the agency – – Performs in depth patient evaluation and develops treatment plans in accordance with physiciansorders – – Implements treatment plan, provides state of the art occupational therapy services – -…
  • Incidental time is a part of the job responsibilities which includes, but not limited to, patientchart updates, patient notes and call logs, performance reviews, supervisory meetings, and drivetime to patients home.
  • QUALIFICATIONS: – – Graduate of an accredited school program of occupational therapy – – Currently licensed to practice as an Occupational Therapist in the state of Texas – – Relevant clinical experience, 1 year or more preferred – – Must be physically and legally able to operate a vehicle -…
  • III-Position is considered to have no occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens in the normal performance of job duties.

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Occupational Therapist (PT) – Spring in Spring, from THERAPY 2000, by Dustin Attaway

Occupational Therapist (PT) – Garland in Dallas, from THERAPY 2000, by Dustin Attaway

  • JOB TITLE: Pediatric Occupational Therapist REPORTS TO: Divisional Manager – – FLSA STATUS: Exempt – – JOB OVERVIEW:The Pediatric Occupational Therapist is a qualified, licensed professional who – – provides, evaluates and supervises occupational therapy services to patients in their home as – – prescribed by the attending physician.
  • ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: – – Completes a minimum number of visits defined by the agency – – Performs in depth patient evaluation and develops treatment plans in accordance with physiciansorders – – Implements treatment plan, provides state of the art occupational therapy services – -…
  • Incidental time is a part of the job responsibilities which includes, but not limited to, patientchart updates, patient notes and call logs, performance reviews, supervisory meetings, and drivetime to patients home.
  • QUALIFICATIONS: – – Graduate of an accredited school program of occupational therapy – – Currently licensed to practice as an Occupational Therapist in the state of Texas – – Relevant clinical experience, 1 year or more preferred – – Must be physically and legally able to operate a vehicle -…
  • III-Position is considered to have no occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens in the normal performance of job duties.

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Occupational Therapist (PT) – Garland in Dallas, from THERAPY 2000, by Dustin Attaway

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