The purpose of ACRC’s Speech Pathologist’s position is to assess applicants for eligibility for ACRC services; provide evaluation, assessment, and consultation; and address Client needs in alignment with ACRC-defined ethical, clinical, practical, and professional standards. Specifically, the position will: conduct speech and language evaluations; complete written assessments; review and provide feedback regarding assessment reports by Service Providers; provide information and guidance in Interdisciplinary Team Meetings; work with staff and Service Providers to ensure appropriate and quality services; monitor services/service delivery; as well as provide support and assistance to colleagues, including collaborating to solve unique problems.
Applicants must possess: a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology; 2 years of professional experience in treatment of a wide variety of communication disorders; 1 year of Pediatrics experience; experience in the administration and interpretation of diagnostic tests; and a current California driver’s license, plus current automobile liability insurance. Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities is preferred. Other requirements and qualifications apply.
ACRC offers an excellent working environment and a benefits package to include 90% employer-paid health insurance plus low-cost dependent coverage including domestic partners; 100% employer-paid dental and vision insurance for employees plus dependents; 100% employer-paid employee life insurance coverage; 100% employer-paid long term disability coverage; flexible benefits pre-tax spending program; CalPERS employee pension plan; and 457 and 403-B voluntary tax shelter annuities. Other benefits include 17-22 annual vacation days, 12 annual sick days, 14 paid holidays, longevity leave, Employee Assistance Program, and many other generous benefits. This is intended to represent a general summary of benefit plans and coverages only.