For more than fifty years, Providence Speech and Hearing Center has worked to fulfill our mission of " Enriching Life Through the Gifts of Speech and Hearing ." As a nonprofit organization and a National Center of Excellence, we don't turn anyone away, ever - regardless of their ability to pay. We offer a variety of speech, hearing and occupational therapy services for children and adults alike; and a one-of-a-kind experience where patients receive care with advanced technology and a supportive, optimistic environment.
Our services are provided in several locations throughout Orange and South Los Angeles Counties (Orange, Irvine, Mission Viejo, Cerritos, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Fullerton, and Newport Beach). PSHC has an imaginative environment with exercises, treatment, and hands-on activities that allow patients to grow and advance their skills. Our multi-disciplinary teams of audiologists, speech therapists, occupational therapists and volunteers provide skilled intervention along with an intensive focus on patient (and family) health and education.
Come be part of something bigger and help change people's lives! We are searching for Bi-Lingual SLPs & CFs & SLPAs (Full-Time, Part-time and Per Diem) to work at one or more of our sites.
- Provides accurate diagnosis, appropriate referral and active follow-up of all patients seen for speech language services.
- Determines appropriate assessment and/or intervention objective, based on available information.
- Plans and implements appropriate treatment plans for all patients receiving therapy services, including family education and home-based intervention.
- Completes all documentation and other assigned tasks within the time frames specified. Maintains clear, concise records of all services provided, as specified by Department and PSHC policy.
- Maintains clinical contact hour at an average level consistent with Department and PSHC standards.
- Maintains accurate and complete knowledge of CPT codes and ICD codes to ensure appropriate reimbursement from various payor sources.
- Completes NOMS training and documents NOMS data for all patients when applicable.
- Remains flexible and provides coverage as needed for patient care during times of illness or vacation for other team members.
- Follows medical model and appropriate discharge planning according to PSHC and ASHA guidelines.
- Develops and maintains an area of clinical specialty within the field of Speech-Language Pathology: Early Intervention, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Craniofacial Anomalies, Voice, Dysphagia, etc.
- Supervises at minimum 1 Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant or Clinical Fellow in accordance with SLPAHADB guidelines per department needs.
- Has a working knowledge of Providence Family Centered Approach Model, Building Blocks of Communication™ (BBC). Provides at least one parent or professional training each year and incorporates techniques from BBC into daily therapy sessions.
- Has knowledge of and is in compliance with the policies and procedures of the Department and PSHC regarding record keeping, clinical goals and protocols, patient eligibility, patient scheduling, patient discharge, and quality assurance standards maintained by the Department, PSHC, and all outside control agencies.
- Provides an in-service training at least annually based on continuing education topics and recommends new program development based on innovative technology/techniques as appropriate.
- Represents PSHC at meetings and presentations outside PSHC as requested by Director Therapy Services.
- Assists the Site Manager or Department Lead and Director Therapy Services with other tasks as assigned.
- Minimum of a Master’s Degree Communicative Disorders or equivalent.
- Eligible for or currently holds a California license in Speech Pathology or has filed an approved plan for the RPE (Required Professional Experience).
- Eligible for or currently holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Pathology (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) or has filed an approved plan for the Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY).
- Qualifies and will apply for staff privileges and paneling with all hospital, health maintenance organizations, preferred provider networks, and other agencies as required by the Center to execute all contractual requirements.
- Current Pediatric and Adult First Aid and CPR certification.
- Ability to maintain positive attitude when working under deadlines.
- Sensitivity to and understanding of the impact of cultural diversity on patient outcomes and on co-worker job performance.
- Able to lift 30 pounds and use full range of motion .
- Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office.
- Detail-oriented with the ability to manage a variety of tasks at once.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills in English & Spanish.
- Strong interpersonal and customer service skills required.
BENEFITS VARY DEPENDING ON # HOURS WORKED :
- Competitive salary
- Great mentors / the ability to be a great mentor
- Clinical License Reimbursement Eligibility
- Reimbursement for professional membership dues as authorized
- Student loan forgiveness eligibility
- Full-time employees (36+ hours per week) are eligible for medical, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage; 403(b) retirement plan company contributions; 9 Paid Holidays and 3 weeks of PTO
Please submit your resume, even if you do not currently meet all of the requirements. Our Recruiting Representative, Lee Love, can be reached at (714) 602-2779 for more information on the advantages of working for Providence and opportunities available for someone with your background and skills.
Job Type: Full-time
- Autism Spectrum Disorder: 1 year
- Treatment Plans: 1 year
- supervising SLPA(s): 1 year
- Speech Language Diagnostics / Assessments / Interventions: 1 year
- Pediatric & Adult CPR
- Pediatric & Adult First Aid
- Speech Pathology or RPE
- CCC-SLP or CFY