RISE Early Intervention and Therapy for Developmental Disabilities, LLC is a growing organization that provides support to families of children birth to three years of age with disabilities or special developmental needs, helping them to build on their child's strengths, and to enhance and promote the child's growth, development and learning skills in their natural environment.
We are hiring a SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST!
The Speech Language Pathologist is responsible for providing evaluations, assessments, and ongoing therapy for children birth to three years of age.
Essential Job Functions:
The Speech Pathologist will work as part of a comprehensive multidisciplinary core team in order to provide screenings, assessments, planning, and on-going services in collaboration with the child's family, medical providers and other community representatives. The Pathologist will participate in a variety of meetings such as attend Core Team meetings, one-on-one family sessions, participate in Individual Family Service Plan meetings to name a few. The support and services the Pathologist provides are conducted in a natural environment (typically home, daycare, park, etc.), in context of the family's typical routines and activities so that information is meaningful and directly relevant to supporting the child. Candidates must be open to a flexible schedule, be willing to work evenings or weekends as needed for service provision to families and travel to attend meetings, training and to provide services in a natural setting in and around the Phoenix and/or east valley cities.
RISE Early Intervention is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment regardless of status of personal characteristics
Please send resumes with salary requirements to email@example.com.
To learn more information about Rise Early Intervention visit our website at http://riseei.org/
Must possess a Master’s Degree in Speech Therapy.
In-home and clinical setting speech therapy experience required; pediatric experience is preferred.
Completion of the AzEIP standards of practice for Early Interventionists within three years of a start date is required, candidate must possess demonstrative knowledge of AzEIP Policies and Procedures and Team Based Model.
Meet all prescribed professional requirements and rules of professional conduct as a Speech Pathologist, including applicable licensure.
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
Candidates must pass background clearance.
If employed as a licensed, registered, and certified professional Speech Language Pathologist; the practitioner shall complete the continuing educations units required to maintain professional credentialing. Services are supported under contract with Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP) participating agency.