Bilingual (English/Spanish) CF-SLP

Date posted: 
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - 17:45
Employer Name: 
Felton Institute / Family Developmental Center
415.282.1090 Ext.122
San Francisco
Contact Person: 
Maribel Serrano
$51,675 - $58,000 DOE plus benefits
Full time

Program Specific Responsibilities

•Under direct supervision of a licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP) screen, evaluate, and treat children with communication disorders ages birth to three.
•Develop and implement treatment plans for each individual child
•Provide speech-language therapy
•Participate in the implementation of IFSP’s, and related services
•Conduct thorough assessment during Intake, at six month intervals and when exiting the program
•Develop speech/language goals and objectives for each child, to meet individual needs, interest and abilities, and disseminate information to other team members including parents/guardians, teachers, other therapists and staff
•In collaboration with the licensed SLP, participate in trainings to support teaching staff in the development of speech and language enhancement activities for the classroom
•Implement therapeutic intervention techniques with children individually and in groups
•Facilitate Early Intervention Playgroups
•Measure and document outcomes of treatment programs
•Maintain appropriate records and documentation of clinical activity
•Attend meetings related to individual children with family, providers, staff and SFUSD personnel

Minimum Qualifications

•Master’s degree in speech-language pathology or communicative disorders
•Clear understanding of typical and atypical childhood development
•Experience working with children with Autism, Down syndrome, and other developmental disabilities
•Must pass a Department of Justice fingerprint clearance and a Child Abuse Index, Health Screening and TB Test as required by licensing
•Must adhere to the principles of Early Childhood Education and the NAEYC Code of Ethics
•Working knowledge of a variety of computer software applications (i.e., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat
•Strong coordination, organizational and time management skills
•Strong communication and interpersonal skills
•Strong leaderships skills
•Ability to prioritize projects and follow through
•Ability be a team player with a welcoming attitude
•Interest and experience working with persons from diverse populations and language backgrounds in the development of speech and language skills, and assessing potential language delays
•Minimum one year experience working in an early childhood education setting.
• *Bi-lingual in Spanish/English required.

*CFY applicants will be provided with supervision as required by California State Licensing by an experienced and licensed Speech and Language Pathologist

Additional Information
Dept: Children, Youth and Family Division
Position: Full-time
Salary: $51,675 - $58,000 DOE + benefits

Job Poster: 
Maribel Serrano
Job Poster's E-mail: 
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