Easterseals Southern California

  • Speech-Language Pathologist

    Job Locations US-CA-Thousand Oaks/Oxnard
    Job ID
    2018-1461
  • Overview

    This position will provide quality, discipline-specific treatment for children with developmental delays, disabilities, and autism spectrum disorders.

    Responsibilities

    The Speech Language Pathologist will evaluate children using discipline-specific assessment tools, and will develop and monitor individualized goals and plans according to treatment plan. Also provide discipline-specific consultation/coaching to other direct-care staff and care givers. Complete necessary documentation and attend/assist in meetings as requested.

    Qualifications

    • Master’s degree in speech-language pathology from an accredited school or program. Current speech-language pathologist license issued by the state of California. Current American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) certification; Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP).
    • One year consulting experience working with infants/young children with developmental delays including autism.
    • Knowledgeable in speech-language therapy, transdisciplinary early-intervention theories, and rehabilitation principles and practices.
    • Knowledgeable of evidence-based practices found to benefit children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Familiar with the field of early intervention.
    • Customer service orientated and professional.
    • Demonstrate good judgment, decision-making, and communication skills with a variety of individuals and groups. Exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality.
    • Must relate well to children and their families.
    • Very good working knowledge in all applicable computer programs (Microsoft Office).
    • Valid CPR certification.
    • Ability to pass background/fingerprint clearance, health screenings and provide/obtain immunizations.
    • Ability to lift up to 40 pounds repetitively. This position requires frequent bending, reaching, squatting, kneeling, and twisting in order to observe, assess and interact with participants.

     

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