|Wage:||$75,000-$85,000 based on experience|
|Posted:||August 22, 2016|
|Position Type:||Full Time|
Achieve Beyond is a growing national agency focused on serving children with special needs by providing autism services, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and other related services. We are currently looking to hire a Speech Clinical Supervisor to join our growing team in our Whittier, CA office. This is a full-time position and requires a valid CA SLP license as well as expierence with a pediatric setting.
- Responsible for the overall clinical management, development, and quality of all speech service cases for California office.
- Escalation point for clinical concerns (productivity/reports/etc.)
- Provide clinical supervision within program via onsite meetings and via phone or email.
- Coordinate monthly meetings/workshops as needed within program for speech providers.
- Parent escalation for clinical complaints-provide performance coaching and documentation as needed.
- Quarterly QA audits and observations for speech cases.
- Update CA website page with clinical templates, instructions and examples as needed.
- Regular communication with CA administrative staff as to status of clinicians, assisting with pairing correct therapists on cases, and problem solving for difficult cases.
- Weekly direct service provision.
- Supervision of two full time SLPAs.
- Participation in monthly CA Program Management meeting.
- Coordinate outreach events including career fairs and interaction with local accredited speech-language programs.
- Work in collaboration with ABA Director to assist children with behavior concerns in office.
- Participation in initial orientation (in person or via phone), follow-up and competency evaluation for all new speech providers to ensure quality of service and comprehension of policies, procedures and paperwork.
- *Duties are subject to change based on the needs of the program and at the manager’s discretion.
- Master’s Degree in related field and License.
- At least 3 years of experience working with children in a clinic setting.
- Be able to work with independence within established policies, procedures, and professional guidelines.
- Must possess California license to practice related services.
- Must possess valid driver's license.
- Experience working with diverse pediatric populations is recommended, including those with Autism.