The last state to join the union, but the first state in many Americans’ hearts, the incredible state of Hawaii is where dreams come true. Make your dreams come true by taking an OT job in Hawaii. Who has not dreamt about spending a couple of splendid weeks taking on the surf of the turquoise waves along white sandy beaches which are eclipsed by the dark, rocky mountains and dormant volcanoes? The islands of Hawaii, Maui, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu and Kauai, along with hundreds of other small islands, make up the state of Hawaii. Each island offers distinct adventures but offers the terrific Hawaii ambiance on your OT job assignment.
It is no mistake that many newlyweds like to spend their first days of marriage together in the gorgeous islands of Hawaii. With sunsets and sunrises unparalled to anywhere else, beaches to walk hand-in-hand on and lodging with balconies overlooking the blue Pacific, it is easy to see why this is the case. Hawaiian culture is prevalent and harkens to a time when Hawaii was its own kingdom. Sit around the bond fire while hula girls dance and gently lay rings of flowers across your neck. Hawaii, your paradise, awaits you on your next OT job.
We are currently placing OTs and COTAs in occupational therapy jobs across the state of Hawaii. Search our top OT jobs below:
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- Honolulu, HISoliant Health is seeking a Occupational Therapist who is interested in working in a school setting in Honolulu, HI. In this role, the OT will be providing services for school age students ranging from grades K-12. Please see job details below. Job Description & Requirements: 2023-2024 School Year Previous school experience preferred, but not required Must have active or pending state OT license Guaranteed hours for direct onsite servi
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