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Speech Path I-SRS - 4007

Job ID JR131275 Date Posted 11/18/2022
San Diego, California
  • SRS Mira Mesa
  • Day
  • Regular
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Responsibilities

Hours

Shift Start Time:

Variable

Shift End Time:

Variable

Additional Shift Information:

8-5, 9-6, 8-4:30

Weekend Requirements:

No Weekends

On-Call Required:

No


What You Will Do
To provide a complete range of speech-language-cognitive services including conducting evaluations, planning, directing and administering therapy modalities of treatment as a licensed and certified speech pathologist. Speech Pathology services are accessible to SRS members and the community at large upon appropriate medical or professional referral. The Department of Speech Pathology is a component of Rehabilitation Services and practice is conducted in an ambulatory setting.

Required Qualifications
  • Master's Degree Speech Pathology
  • Completion of Clinical Fellowship/Required Professional Experience
  • AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Professional (AHA BLS Healthcare) - American Heart Association -REQUIRED
  • California Speech-Language Pathologist - CA Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & Hearing Aid Dispensers Board -REQUIRED
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) - The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) -REQUIRED

Essential Functions
  • Clinical competency
    Maintains ASHA certification including completion of continuing education professional hours.
    Maintains the requirements of continued professional education units outlined by the SLPAB and Sharp HealthCare.
  • Collaboration and teamwork
    Defines and practices healthcare principles included in the Sharp HealthCare Mission Statement.
    Fully cooperates with all members of the healthcare team to provide customers affordable quality services that can be easily accessed.
    Supports staff and supervisor by providing complete information about cases and related issues.
    Promotes a positive work environment by accepting interpersonal differences and respecting the values and opinions of others.
    Demonstrates flexibility by accepting assignment changes and work locations to help maintain efficient departmental operation.
    Maintains departmental equipment and assists in maintaining a safe and orderly work environment.
    Attends and benefits from information gained from staff meetings.
    Demonstrates a commitment to serving other employees above self through teamwork collaboration, developing others and supporting SHC values.
    Works effectively as a part of a team to meet departmental goals and objectives.
    Is respectful and trustful of others.
    Decisions are guided by the organizational values and are made honestly and respectfully.
  • Consultation
    Consults with physicians, supervisor, colleagues and staff on a regular basis about clinical diagnoses, preferred therapeutic and progression of care when indicated.
    Formal consultations are written in a professional manner and are thorough yet concise; they may be entered into the patient's chart.
    Informal exchanges are brief and are verbal or written, but not submitted into the patient's record (e.g. e-mail or brief notes).
    Performance is ascertained by direct or indirect observation by the department supervisor.
  • Department development
    Attends or presents information at departmental meetings, professional meetings or conferences.
    Identifies need for departmental improvement in work flows or therapeutic practices and skills, and requests programs or projects to improve those areas with supervisor/lead guidance.
    Implements programs and changes when approved and assists in program monitoring.
    Takes on projects or assignments designated by department supervisor and completes those in a timely manner.
  • Documentation
    Documentation is legible, concise, accurate, and timely and follows all SHC policy and procedures for confidentiality and HIPAA guidelines. Documentation meets all third-payer (Medicare, PPO, Work Comp and HMO) and regulatory requirements.
    Clinical documentation, including evaluations, progress notes, discharge summaries and required professional correspondence directly and clearly reflect diagnostic results and therapeutic outcomes..
    All formal documentation submitted to SRS Medical Records or requested destinations within established timelines.
  • Financial accountability
    Consistently and proactively approaches each day with a commitment to timeliness, organization, and communication to help ensure the financial success of the clinic and organization as a whole.
  • Patient care
    Provides accurate information to all customers including patients, co-workers, physicians and visitors and maintains a variety of tasks.
  • Staff training and professional development
    Identifies personal need for development with theoretical and practical therapy skills, demonstrates initiative in seeking mentorship, informal and formal consultation.
    Consistently attends, actively and positively participates in in-services, staff meetings, and courses or programs related to job requirements and responsibilities.
    Demonstrates initiative in developing projects/programs/action plans, providing mentorship, providing informal and formal consultations that contribute to: 1) The professional development and education of staff members, other professionals, students, and the general public; and 2) An effective, efficient, enjoyable and safe work environment.
    Meets the CEU requirements as outlined by SHC, ASHA and the SLPAB, to maintain SLP licensure requirements.

Sharp HealthCare is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability or any other protected class


AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Professional (AHA BLS Healthcare) - American Heart Association; California Speech-Language Pathologist - CA Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & Hearing Aid Dispensers Board; Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) - The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA); Master's Degree
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