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We are seeking a Practice Manager, Practice Capacity who will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing Association activities and projects related to practice support and building capacity in the profession to meet society’s occupational needs. The position holds responsibility for assuring that practice capacity development work plans support the strategic goals and objectives of the Association. This is a great opportunity to use your expertise to positively influence the profession.
Develops, coordinates and manages aspects of AOTA’s programs addressing practice gaps and the capacity of occupational therapy practitioners to address societal occupational needs.
Working with colleagues to monitor key outcome measures including: (1) quality & practice outcomes, (2) diversity, equity, and inclusion in the practice of occupational therapy, (3) employment trends, (4) policy and regulatory changes impacting practice, and (5) practitioner resilience.
Integrates information into Association activities including: (1) practice improvement, (2) continuing professional development, (3) entry-level education, (4) federal policy, state policy, and regulatory affairs.
Actively participates in assigned staff teams for projects related to practice improvement and other areas of healthcare quality including identifying potential project issues and providing content expertise to the project.
Engages in a variety of communication activities, both internal and external to the organization, to promote the mission of AOTA.
An occupational therapy practitioner preferred. Advanced degree preferred in a field such as occupational therapy, health services, health care administration business or analytical field or similar areas. Experience with diversity, equity, and inclusion within clinical practice and workforce issues preferred.
Demonstrated experience and/or knowledge of issues related to AOTA’s programs addressing occupational and societal needs.
Understanding of the literature related to clinical competence issues.
Excellent project management and communication skills (both oral and written).
Strong attention to detail and a commitment to quality.
Ability to collaborate effectively by building relationships across all departments and levels.
Must demonstrate good judgement and mature business skills, a high level of organizational and time management skills, and flexibility in competently juggling competing priorities and changing expectations.
Skilled in critical thinking, analysis, and determining project direction.
AOTA is located in North Bethesda, Maryland in the Washington, DC, Metropolitan area. Onsite status is highly preferred, but long distance telecommuting will be considered. We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes 401(k) employer match, health insurance, transportation/parking subsidy, plus much more! E-mail résumé and cover letter with salary expectations to [email protected] or mail to: AOTA, HRJob/PM – PI&DEI, 6116 Executive Blvd, Suite 200, North Bethesda, MD 20852 or fax: 240-762-5147.
AOTA is an equal opportunity employer. AOTA is committed to attaining a diverse workforce that is representative of the community. Individuals with disabilities, veterans, women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Telecommuting is allowed.
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) is the national professional association established in 1917 to represent the interests and concerns of occupational therapy practitioners and students of occupational therapy and to improve the quality of occupational therapy services.
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