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Lead Speech-Language Pathologist (Infant Development Assessments)

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El Cajon, CA

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Permanent Placement




Join us in making a difference as we improve the quality of life for children with special needs. As a Lead Speech-Language Pathologist, you will complete evaluations for young children between 0-3 years old who may have developmental delays and support the program through training and mentorship of other staff. This position offers flexible schedules, reimbursement for CEUs and licensing fees, mileage reimbursements, paid sick and vacation time, medical/dental benefits, and 403b retirement plans, among other perks. Embark on a meaningful career with a leading non-profit.

Tasks, Duties, and Responsibilities
Communicates with assessment partner and family to confirm appointment.
Completes Infant and Toddler Developmental Assessment and intake paperwork.
Completes Rossetti Infant-Toddler Language Scale as necessary.
Completes M-CHAT review if autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is suspected.
Reviews SDRC materials with family during assessment.
Obtains and reviews vision/hearing screening forms.
Develops report with a descriptive summary of the child's developmental competencies that include a performance age range.
Assists in developing relevant portions of Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP).
Prepares and completes the Provence Profile (IDA) and all intake forms for submission to supervisor within 72 hours of IDA completion.
Maintains an IDA kit and assessment materials.
Travels throughout assigned county (San Diego or Imperial) to complete assessments in family homes and other community locations.
Assists with training employees on policies, procedures, and assessment curriculum.
Completes Quality Assurance evaluations consisting of staff observations and identification of ongoing training needs.
Designs in-services and consults with staff as Lead Speech-Language Pathology expert.
Reviews, tracks, and provides feedback on the written IFSP reports/collateral of IDA staff.


Knowledge, Skills, and Education
Current license from the State of California Speech-Language Pathology Board.
Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an educational program accredited by The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC).
Experience providing services for or with children between the ages of four months to 3 years of age with established risk or those at-risk for Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability.
Must be 18 years of age or older at the time of hire.
Must receive criminal record clearance from DOJ.
Must have valid California Driver's license, safe driving record, and have been licensed to drive at least 2 years.
Must maintain current and adequate auto insurance.
Must obtain CPR/FA certification if not already certified (we offer training for new hires).
Read, write, speak, and understand the English language.
Proficient in Microsoft Word and Outlook.
Collaborative-minded professional with strong oral and written communication skills.
Ability to form positive, supportive, and professional working relationships.


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