The Occupational Therapy Team Leader is a first line supervisor who will facilitate the management of daily operations within the hospital, coordination of staff caseloads, and human resource activities for the Occupational Therapy team. The Team Leader will be responsible for personnel functions such as interviewing, scheduling, coaching, counseling, and evaluating employees. This individual will assist with quality initiatives and identify process improvement opportunities within the Rehabilitation and Therapy services department and Children’s Health. This role will also include oversight of clinical services and education for Occupational Therapy services. The Occupational Therapy Team Leader will provide direct therapy services to patients in accordance with the standards of the department.
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and credentials:
Current Occupational Therapy license to practice in state of Texas
Four plus years of previous experience as Occupational Therapist in a hospital setting preferred
Previous supervisory experience preferred
Pediatric experience preferred
Internal Number: 58411
About Children's Health
For more than 100 years, our mission has been to make life better for children. Since our humble beginnings in 1913 as a baby camp, we have had a long-standing commitment to our community that includes not only high-quality patient care but also advocacy, education and preventive care with an unwavering focus on our mission.We take great pride in serving as the eighth-largest pediatric health care provider in the country*, and the only academically affiliated pediatric hospital in the area. We are honored to be consistently recognized among the top children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report.As the North Texas community grows, we remain committed to keeping alive Children’s Health Founder Nurse May Smith’s spirit of courage, dedication to excellence and service to the families in our communities while providing world-class care.Our commitment to our community reaches beyond our walls and into schools, social-service organizations, corporate boardrooms, city halls and legislative chambers. In addition to providing health care, we often serve as a voice for the voiceless and an advocate for the children who have no vote and no lobbying group to speak on their behalf.