DSHS Recreation and Athletics Specialist 3
Here's your chance to make a difference in people's lives. As a Recreation & Athletics Specialist 3 you will develop, implement and document individualized active treatment programming on a ward and/or on one of several Recovery Centers throughout the Psychiatric Treatment and Recovery Center (PTRC) at Western State Hospital (WSH).
Some of what you'll do:
Implement the hospital Recovery Model and facilitate individual and group curricula
Develop rehabilitation therapy activities to meet needs, interests and abilities of clients or groups
Performs evidenced based, best practice therapeutic type activities with patients as well as in group settings
Independently plan, schedule, organize and coordinate activities both on a ward or Recovery Center
Oversee campus wide evening programs with the PTRC
Compile and prepare reports on patient progress, reactions and overall adjustment
Make or assist in making recommendations on treatment, planning and discharge planning
Confer with clinical or other staff members to determine programs for clients or groups
Interact with patients in a positive and respectful manner
Therapeutically intervene with patients exhibiting high risk behaviors
Who should apply?
Professionals with a bachelor's degree involving major study in either (a) recreation or therapeutic recreation, (b) music, drama, or physical education, or (c) psychology, sociology, or education with a minor in recreation, physical education, music, or drama that includes two years of paid, professional recreation experience.
If you have questions about this exciting opportunity, please contact Tracie Kidd at (360) 628-7870 or email@example.com and reference #06339.
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