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SLP position available at United Cerebral Palsy
Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologists. UCP has openings for dynamic and enthusiastic SLP’s to work as part of a collaborative team serving children and their families. Primary caseloads serve children between the ages of birth and 5 years with various developmental delays, with some opportunities to work with school age children.
Full-time, part-time and per diem position available
Salary Commensurate… with experience.
UCP has an opening for a Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist (CFY candidate may be considered) to provide early intervention services to children ages 0-5 in their homes or natural environments. Candidates should have good time management skills, work well with parents and be knowledgeable in the field of Speech Pathology. This position requires the candidate to travel. Salary is competitive and mileage is reimbursed.
SUMMARY: The Speech Language Pathologist is responsible for providing speech services to infants, children and/or adults to facilitate communication. The person in this position is responsible for the overall program planning, organizing and implementing treatment approaches, and periodic assessment services as it applies to speech therapy services for the individual on his/her caseload.
Education/Experience: Graduate of an accredited speech language program and hold a current license to practice speech therapy in the State of California. Obtain and maintain Infant/Child/Adult CPR and First Aid Certificate.
Language Ability: Must possess ability to read, write and understand English. Strong oral and written communication skills are a must. Must have ability to present information with clarity to all stakeholders orally and in written reports.
Math Ability: Knowledge and ability to work with mathematical concepts as appropriate to position.
Computer Skills: Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite as well as other programs as needed in position.
Driving Skills: Must possess a valid CDL and have clean driving record as well as operate a vehicle in good working order for employee transportation. Must have proof of ongoing auto insurance on personal vehicle.
- Possess knowledge and/or skills associated with language development, communication, augmentative communication, treatment techniques, and developmental/medical needs of individuals with a variety of disabling or at-risk conditions.
- Is punctual and dependable
- Provides excellent internal and external customer service
- Must work in an ethical and professional manner
- Demonstrates professionalism with a respect and sensitivity to differences
- Quality and Quantity of work reflects professionalism
- Has strong interpersonal skills that include responding well to supervision
- Must be able to work collaboratively
- Must be able to work independently
- Has analytical and problem solving skills
- Conduct initial and periodic speech and language assessments with individuals to:
- determine current receptive and expressive communication skill levels
- determine the individual’s progress in meeting the outcomes outlined on the IFSP/IEP/IPP plan and previous assessment
- address potential augmentative communication needs
- assist in identifying family/educator/caregiver concerns and issues
- suggest areas to be addressed in the new IFSP/IEP/IPP.
- Plan and implement therapy sessions based on assessment findings. Provide suggestions as well as family/caregiver/teacher training on techniques to help meet their individual’s identified needs. Respond to the individual’s changing needs by making adjustments to the intervention plan.
- Collaborate with other UCP disciplines serving each individual as needed to best meet the needs of the individual being served.
- Maintain written documentation of visits and assessments, to include completing and filing paperwork in a timely fashion according to department policy.
- Participate in IFSP/IEP/IPP meetings upon request.
- Maintain good communication with families, Regional Center Service Coordinators, school staff, UCP staff, and others working with the individual and their family.
- Maintain current license to practice as a Speech Language Pathologist in the state of California.
- Adhere to Speech Language Pathology’s Code of Ethics.
- Participate in staff development and in-service education to learn new treatments, procedures, developmental skills etc.
- Participate in staff meetings.
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor.