Baltimore, Maryland O&P Technician Opportunity in Baltimore, MD


Position Overview:

Our client, a leading healthcare facility with offices throughout the Mid-Atlantic, dedicated to improving patients’ lives through clinical excellence and compassionate care, is seeking a skilled and dedicated Orthotic and Prosthetic (O&P) Technician to join their team. With over 60 years in operation, our client prides itself on using innovative techniques, staying current with fabrication education, and utilizing advanced materials. They are committed to providing the community with the highest quality prosthetics and orthotics. Each device is thoroughly tested and evaluated before reaching the recipient. Additionally, they have state of the art on-site fabrication facility to ensure the best possible outcomes.


Why Baltimore, MD?

Baltimore is a lively city celebrated for its rich history, cultural attractions, and diverse communities. There’s no shortage of activities, from exploring the Edgar Allan Poe Museum and the National Aquarium to enjoying the numerous seafood venues and restaurants at the Inner Harbor. Maryland’s location offers easy access to Washington D.C. and Philadelphia, just a short drive or train ride away, making it an ideal spot to explore multiple metropolitan areas!


Key Responsibilities:


Fabrication and Modification: Utilize a variety of materials, including plastics, metals, and composites, to fabricate orthotic and prosthetic devices. Modify existing devices to meet the unique needs and comfort of individual patients. The fabrication staff is committed to the highest quality fabrication, using new and inventive techniques while staying current on advanced materials and fabrication education.

Precision Workmanship: Demonstrate a high level of precision and attention to detail in the fabrication process. Utilize specialized tools and machinery to craft components with accuracy. Every device is rigorously tested and evaluated before it makes its way to patients.

Quality Control: Conduct thorough quality control assessments of completed devices. Identify and rectify any defects or discrepancies in the fabrication process.

Equipment Maintenance: Ensure that all fabrication equipment and tools are properly maintained and calibrated. Report any equipment malfunctions or maintenance needs promptly.


2+ years of experience OR Certification/Degree in Orthotics and Prosthetics Technology or a related field.

Proficiency in working with a variety of materials and fabrication techniques.

Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail.

Ability to interpret and work from orthotic and prosthetic prescriptions.

Knowledge of relevant regulations and industry standards.

Excellent communication and collaboration skills.


To apply for this exciting opportunity, please send your resume to Riley Phillips, Director of Recruitment for O&P, at or contact him at 864-412-3363. You can also connect with Riley on LinkedIn.

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