Speech Language Pathologist SLP
Company: The Warren Center
Posted on: June 21, 2022
Job Description The Warren Center is looking for YOU to join our
Are you ready for mission possible? Do you feel excited about using
your therapy skills to changes lives? Read on!
Direct and consultative speech therapy services are designed and
implemented to meet the needs of children and families.
Assess the need for communication, feeding, and atypical
Plan, implement and revise appropriate communication, feeding, or
atypical development plans for children and families
Provide the services directly to children and families or as a
consultant to other service providers
Document all services, activities, and consultations within areas
of training and expertise.
Service coordination is provided that addresses and anticipates the
needs of the child and family. Responsibilities include:
Collaborate with families in a non-judgmental, healthy, helping
Conduct intakes that focus on regular routines within the context
of the family's life that enhance each child's development.
Coordinate services for each child and family on caseload
Document all service coordination activities
Provide resources to and for the family and for agency and
Be an agent for problem-solving
Collaborate with other service providers
Transdisciplinary teaming ensures that the developmental needs and
service delivery needs are comprehensive and meet the needs of the
child and family. Responsibilities include:
Joint program planning
Active agency participation and involvement
Share self and knowledge with team members
- Supervise student interns or volunteers as appropriate
Professional development activities are planned and implemented
that advance the individual capabilities of the Speech Therapist
and meet the needs of the program and the agency. Responsibilities
Demonstrate professional conduct and ethical practice at all
Endorse The Warren Center philosophy of service delivery, policies,
Participate in continuing education and interagency exchange
Serve as a resource for agency and community opportunities
Required - Minimum of a Master's Degree from an accredited college
or university in the field of Speech/Language Pathology
Preferred - Certificate of Clinical Competence
Required - Licensed or in process of applying for such licensure as
required by state board or committee
Within 6 weeks of employment:- Negative TB tine test or physician
statement of positive reading not posing health threat.
Physical examination within 6 months of employment indicating
physical/health ability to perform this position.
Required - Employment or practicum experience working with young
children and/or their families.
Additional Skills and Abilities
Required - Strong interpersonal and communication skills to
interact with children, families, team members, physicians, and
professionals in related fields; organizational skills and ability
to meet the paperwork demands of a large caseload; ability to
appropriately observe professional boundaries with clients; ability
to apply knowledge of child development in practice; ability to
work a flexible schedule including some night visits.
Preferred - Skills in conflict management, negotiation, and
resolution, teamwork skills, ability to work amid distractions.
Moderate to heavy physical exertion, including pushing, pulling,
lifting, or carrying up to 50 pounds.
Kneeling, stooping, sitting on the floor, rising from sitting,
walking, and standing.
Cognitive or Mental requirements
Ability to read, write, and perform simple math.
Ability to create methodologies and strategies to accomplish
Ability to analyze and synthesize data, develop plans, strategies,
and outcomes based on data analysis.
Ability to use common office equipment.
Knowledge and use of common computer office software and email.
Work is performed in an office shared by several people,
therapeutic playroom, child-care setting, or client home.
May include driving to and from many settings.
This position reports directly to a Team Leader, Manager and to the
Program Director and indirectly to the CEO of The Warren Center
Company Description At The Warren Center, our mission is to
advocate, serve and empower children and families impacted by
developmental delays and disabilities. Every member of our team is
committed to creating individualized therapy programs for each
family; all focused on their child reaching their full
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