Speech Language Pathologist ( Staff or Contractor)

 

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

  1. Early Childhood Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialist should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s time and the time of others well. Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.

 

Role Summary: Providing services as defined by the NM Family Infant Toddler Program (FIT) by helping families and caregivers enhance the child understands of language development and communication skills, which may include speech, signs and gestures.

 

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

  1. Evaluates and treats speech/language disorders.
  2. Works as a trans-disciplinary team member to evaluate and implement strategies to address outcomes on IFSP’s.
  3. Provides services for children at home, and at
  4. Maintains required paperwork including daily notes, progress reports and evaluation reports.
  5. Prepares specialized equipment, apparatus or materials for clients as needed.
  6. Participates as a member of the trans-interdisciplinary team.
  7. Attends Individual Family Service Plan meetings.
  8. Acts as a resource for families providing information, support and community resources.
  9. Requests materials as needed for the department.
  • Promotes program in a positive manner to the public.
  • Maintains expected level of efficiency.
  • Complies with standards of ethics established for Speech and Language Pathologists.
  • Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  1. Exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, salary changes, performance appraisals and termination of assigned staff members
  2. Responsible for participation in the quality assurance program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  3. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department – applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.
  4. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department – applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  5. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director of Children’s and Therapy Services.

 

Essential Skills and Experience:

  1. MA/MS in Speech/Language Pathology; State of New Mexico licensure required; membership in ASHA.
  2. Knowledge and understanding of Early Intervention and/or NM FIT Program.
  3. Must complete required training.
  4. Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Children’s Therapy Services, per licensing requirements,
  5. Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies.
  6. Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action.
  7. Service Orientation: Actively looking for ways to help people.
  8. Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.
  9. Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

  1. Fingerprints and background check.
  2. Must have a valid and current driver’s license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.
  3. Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Physical Challenges:

  1. Regular and consistent use of keyboard and mouse.
  2. Physically able to perform essential functions of position without hazard to themselves or others.
  3. The work is non-sedentary requiring walking, bending, lifting and carrying up to 40 lbs.
  4. Additional challenges may arise, at which time LifeROOTS, Inc. may revise this job description.

 

 

Reporting to the position are:   None

 

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

  1. Early Childhood Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialist should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s time and the time of others well. Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.

 

Role Summary: Providing services as defined by the NM Family Infant Toddler Program (FIT) by helping families and caregivers enhance the child understands of language development and communication skills, which may include speech, signs and gestures.

 

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

  1. Evaluates and treats speech/language disorders.
  2. Works as a trans-disciplinary team member to evaluate and implement strategies to address outcomes on IFSP’s.
  3. Provides services for children at home, and at
  4. Maintains required paperwork including daily notes, progress reports and evaluation reports.
  5. Prepares specialized equipment, apparatus or materials for clients as needed.
  6. Participates as a member of the trans-interdisciplinary team.
  7. Attends Individual Family Service Plan meetings.
  8. Acts as a resource for families providing information, support and community resources.
  9. Requests materials as needed for the department.
  • Promotes program in a positive manner to the public.
  • Maintains expected level of efficiency.
  • Complies with standards of ethics established for Speech and Language Pathologists.
  • Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  1. Exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, salary changes, performance appraisals and termination of assigned staff members
  2. Responsible for participation in the quality assurance program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  3. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department – applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.
  4. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department – applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  5. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director of Children’s and Therapy Services.

 

Essential Skills and Experience:

  1. MA/MS in Speech/Language Pathology; State of New Mexico licensure required; membership in ASHA.
  2. Knowledge and understanding of Early Intervention and/or NM FIT Program.
  3. Must complete required training.
  4. Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Children’s Therapy Services, per licensing requirements,
  5. Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies.
  6. Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action.
  7. Service Orientation: Actively looking for ways to help people.
  8. Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.
  9. Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

  1. Fingerprints and background check.
  2. Must have a valid and current driver’s license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.
  3. Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Physical Challenges:

  1. Regular and consistent use of keyboard and mouse.
  2. Physically able to perform essential functions of position without hazard to themselves or others.
  3. The work is non-sedentary requiring walking, bending, lifting and carrying up to 40 lbs.
  4. Additional challenges may arise, at which time LifeROOTS, Inc. may revise this job description.

 

 

Reporting to the position are:   None

 

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

  1. Early Childhood Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialist should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s time and the time of others well. Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.

 

Role Summary: Providing services as defined by the NM Family Infant Toddler Program (FIT) by helping families and caregivers enhance the child understands of language development and communication skills, which may include speech, signs and gestures.

 

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

  1. Evaluates and treats speech/language disorders.
  2. Works as a trans-disciplinary team member to evaluate and implement strategies to address outcomes on IFSP’s.
  3. Provides services for children at home, and at
  4. Maintains required paperwork including daily notes, progress reports and evaluation reports.
  5. Prepares specialized equipment, apparatus or materials for clients as needed.
  6. Participates as a member of the trans-interdisciplinary team.
  7. Attends Individual Family Service Plan meetings.
  8. Acts as a resource for families providing information, support and community resources.
  9. Requests materials as needed for the department.
  • Promotes program in a positive manner to the public.
  • Maintains expected level of efficiency.
  • Complies with standards of ethics established for Speech and Language Pathologists.
  • Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  1. Exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, salary changes, performance appraisals and termination of assigned staff members
  2. Responsible for participation in the quality assurance program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  3. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department – applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.
  4. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department – applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  5. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director of Children’s and Therapy Services.

 

Essential Skills and Experience:

  1. MA/MS in Speech/Language Pathology; State of New Mexico licensure required; membership in ASHA.
  2. Knowledge and understanding of Early Intervention and/or NM FIT Program.
  3. Must complete required training.
  4. Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Children’s Therapy Services, per licensing requirements,
  5. Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies.
  6. Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action.
  7. Service Orientation: Actively looking for ways to help people.
  8. Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.
  9. Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

  1. Fingerprints and background check.
  2. Must have a valid and current driver’s license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.
  3. Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Physical Challenges:

  1. Regular and consistent use of keyboard and mouse.
  2. Physically able to perform essential functions of position without hazard to themselves or others.
  3. The work is non-sedentary requiring walking, bending, lifting and carrying up to 40 lbs.
  4. Additional challenges may arise, at which time LifeROOTS, Inc. may revise this job description.

 

 

Reporting to the position are:   None

 

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

  1. Early Childhood Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialist should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s time and the time of others well. Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.

 

Role Summary: Providing services as defined by the NM Family Infant Toddler Program (FIT) by helping families and caregivers enhance the child understands of language development and communication skills, which may include speech, signs and gestures.

 

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

  1. Evaluates and treats speech/language disorders.
  2. Works as a trans-disciplinary team member to evaluate and implement strategies to address outcomes on IFSP’s.
  3. Provides services for children at home, and at
  4. Maintains required paperwork including daily notes, progress reports and evaluation reports.
  5. Prepares specialized equipment, apparatus or materials for clients as needed.
  6. Participates as a member of the trans-interdisciplinary team.
  7. Attends Individual Family Service Plan meetings.
  8. Acts as a resource for families providing information, support and community resources.
  9. Requests materials as needed for the department.
  • Promotes program in a positive manner to the public.
  • Maintains expected level of efficiency.
  • Complies with standards of ethics established for Speech and Language Pathologists.
  • Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  1. Exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, salary changes, performance appraisals and termination of assigned staff members
  2. Responsible for participation in the quality assurance program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  3. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department – applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.
  4. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department – applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  5. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director of Children’s and Therapy Services.

 

Essential Skills and Experience:

  1. MA/MS in Speech/Language Pathology; State of New Mexico licensure required; membership in ASHA.
  2. Knowledge and understanding of Early Intervention and/or NM FIT Program.
  3. Must complete required training.
  4. Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Children’s Therapy Services, per licensing requirements,
  5. Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies.
  6. Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action.
  7. Service Orientation: Actively looking for ways to help people.
  8. Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.
  9. Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

  1. Fingerprints and background check.
  2. Must have a valid and current driver’s license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.
  3. Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Physical Challenges:

  1. Regular and consistent use of keyboard and mouse.
  2. Physically able to perform essential functions of position without hazard to themselves or others.
  3. The work is non-sedentary requiring walking, bending, lifting and carrying up to 40 lbs.
  4. Additional challenges may arise, at which time LifeROOTS, Inc. may revise this job description.

 

 

Reporting to the position are:   None

 

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

  1. Early Childhood Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialist should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s time and the time of others well. Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.

 

Role Summary: Providing services as defined by the NM Family Infant Toddler Program (FIT) by helping families and caregivers enhance the child understands of language development and communication skills, which may include speech, signs and gestures.

 

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

  1. Evaluates and treats speech/language disorders.
  2. Works as a trans-disciplinary team member to evaluate and implement strategies to address outcomes on IFSP’s.
  3. Provides services for children at home, and at
  4. Maintains required paperwork including daily notes, progress reports and evaluation reports.
  5. Prepares specialized equipment, apparatus or materials for clients as needed.
  6. Participates as a member of the trans-interdisciplinary team.
  7. Attends Individual Family Service Plan meetings.
  8. Acts as a resource for families providing information, support and community resources.
  9. Requests materials as needed for the department.
  • Promotes program in a positive manner to the public.
  • Maintains expected level of efficiency.
  • Complies with standards of ethics established for Speech and Language Pathologists.
  • Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.
  1. Exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, salary changes, performance appraisals and termination of assigned staff members
  2. Responsible for participation in the quality assurance program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.
  3. Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department – applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.
  4. Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department – applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.
  5. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director of Children’s and Therapy Services.

 

Essential Skills and Experience:

  1. MA/MS in Speech/Language Pathology; State of New Mexico licensure required; membership in ASHA.
  2. Knowledge and understanding of Early Intervention and/or NM FIT Program.
  3. Must complete required training.
  4. Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Children’s Therapy Services, per licensing requirements,
  5. Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies.
  6. Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action.
  7. Service Orientation: Actively looking for ways to help people.
  8. Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.
  9. Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

  1. Fingerprints and background check.
  2. Must have a valid and current driver’s license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.
  3. Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Physical Challenges:

  1. Regular and consistent use of keyboard and mouse.
  2. Physically able to perform essential functions of position without hazard to themselves or others.
  3. The work is non-sedentary requiring walking, bending, lifting and carrying up to 40 lbs.
  4. Additional challenges may arise, at which time LifeROOTS, Inc. may revise this job description.

 

 

Reporting to the position are:   None

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