Bilingual (Spanish, Cantonese) CCC/CF-SLP ( World Of Words (WOW) Early Intervention Services)

Date posted: 
Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 18:00
Employer Name: 
World Of Words (WOW) Early Intervention Services
(415) 524-5798
San Francisco and/or San Mateo County
Contact Person: 
Rosa Preciado-Rodriguez
Applicable Field of Study: 
Communicative Disorders
Competitive hourly rate, depending on experience

WORLD OF WORDS (WOW) EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES is looking for bilingual (Spanish, Cantonese) speech-language pathologists to join our early intervention team. The positions can be part-time or full-time (depending on the number of referrals and the needs/wants of each therapist). WOW provides early intervention services in the counties of San Francisco and San Mateo. This position has a flexible schedule, and each therapist is able to choose the cities and/or counties where they can provide services. WOW therapists work with young children (under 3 years of age) and their parents/caregivers, providing speech/language therapy services in the child’s primary language.

The position may include running speech therapy groups (communication class) at our early learning center in San Francisco and providing individual therapy in the child's home or daycare. CF supervision is available.

Job description:
* Provide speech/language therapy services in the child’s natural environment (home, daycare, early learning center, etc.)
* Target specific communication or motor goals as outlined in the child’s Individual Family Services Plan
* Demonstrate developmentally appropriate activities for the parent/caregiver
* Demonstrate the use of developmentally appropriate materials
* Provide parent/caregiver training in the use of play as a tool for intervention
* Provide parent/caregiver training in developmentally appropriate activities
* Provide parent/caregiver training on how to target speech/language or motor development in various day-to-day activities
* Conduct assessment in the area of communication or motor development, using both informal (e.g., clinical observation) and formal (e.g., Rossetti, REEL, PLS, BDI) assessment tools
* Monitor the child’s progress on his/her IFSP goals

Job qualifications:
* Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology
* Valid license from the Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Board of California
* Experience working with young children with special needs preferred
* Experience working with families and/or daycare providers preferred
* Experience providing parent/caregiver training preferred

Other job requirements:
* Must possess or be able to obtain Department of Justice Fingerprint Clearance
* Must possess or be able to obtain CPR/First Aid Certification
* Must have valid CA Driver’s License and reliable transportation


Skills & Abilities: 
Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Cantonese language skills
Job Poster: 
Rosa Preciado-Rodriguez, MS, CCC-SLP
Job Poster's E-mail: 
Masters Degree Required: