We value an equitable and inclusive workplace and seek candidates with diverse backgrounds and abilities.
Why work at Rocky Mountain Human Services?
You will have the opportunity to contribute to an organization serving children with developmental delays and disabilities, adults with cognitive and intellectual disabilities, and veterans in need of employment assistance or who are homeless.
RMHS provides great benefits such as:
- Employer paid medical, dental, and vision benefits
- Generous paid time off such as vacation, sick, personal, and holidays
- Life and disability insurance
- Tuition reimbursement (full-time employees only)
- Mileage reimbursement
- 403(B) with company match
- Employee assistance program
The Speech/Language Pathologist will provide a mix of the following: Part C eligibility evaluations, speech/language evaluations, diagnostic evaluations, categorical evaluations and direct intervention services to customers referred and enrolled in Part C Early Intervention services (birth to three years old), and for children birth to 18 who are not enrolled in Early Intervention. He/she will also provide consultation to Service Coordinators, contracted providers, and families, to assist in meeting the needs of customers. The Speech/Language Pathologist will report to the Clinical Team Lead in the Developmental and Behavioral Health Department.
- Performs intervention and evaluation activities for children birth to 3 in home, or other environment.
- Provides clinic-based evaluations for children not enrolled in Early Intervention, as needed.
- Writes timely and complete evaluation reports, IFSP goals, progress notes, correspondence and other documentation needed to provide high quality services and meet state and company requirements.
- Creates strategies based on family priorities that are measurable and meaningful.
- Effectively communicates test results, diagnosis, and proposed strategies that are functional for the child’s and family’s life and are approached in a Primary Service provider model.
- Collaborates with staff to implement IFSPs. Shares knowledge and resources that enhance children’s developmental progress.
- Provides families and service providers information about proper techniques to assist with speech/language activities at home that supports the child and family’s participation.
- Implements the Primary Service Provider Model for children enrolled in Early Intervention
- Participates in Trans disciplinary team for Early Intervention caseload as a developmental expert and resource to peers
- Uses correct CPT coding and non-coding based on billing hierarchy.
- Manages clinic/home schedule to accommodate client schedules and meet billable client service hours set by the department (50%-65% of FTE)
- Is culturally responsive and competent in working with a diverse population and range of communication delays/disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Assists team members in advocating for the needs of the individual customer both within the agency and externally.
- Potentially supervise graduate students or clinical fellows
- Performs other duties as assigned by clinical director