Company Expectations of the Employee:
- Adhere to all Company policies and procedures.
- Demonstrate flexible and efficient time management techniques.
- Prioritize workload so as to meet productivity standards and applicable deadlines.
- Communicate with Company owners on a regular basis about project status and issues.
- Communicate with subordinates on a regular basis about project status and issues.
- Establish and maintain positive interpersonal relations with internal and external customers.
- Maintain a positive and respectful attitude and demeanor.
- Report to work on time and prepared to perform duties of position.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- The Speech Language Pathologist gathers background data, reviews referrals, selects and modifies evaluation tools, and evaluates patients determining the level of patient’s physical and psychosocial functioning.
- The Speech Language Pathologist reevaluate patient’s progress during treatment at appropriate intervals recommend, acquire, and modify necessary adaptive equipment to augment patient’s independent
- Provide periodic progress records and report to assigned patient accounting to current policies and procedures.
- Supervising therapy assistants as appropriate.
- Evaluating outcomes. Planning Discharge.
- Educate patients and/or families about proper safe use and recommend methods for installation of adaptive equipment.
- Responsibilities may also include the training of students from university or community colleges assigned.
Education: Education: Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited program.
Licensure/Certification/Registration: Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association; Licensed to practice in the State of Tennessee.
Experience: Minimum of one year in an acute care setting.
Two years experience in Home Health preferred
- Able to maintain strict confidentiality with regard to protected and sensitive information.
- Able to establish and maintain confidence of owners and employees.
- Must be able to solve problems independently and confidently by applying analytical and logical thinking.
- Able to use standard office equipment and software proficiently.
- Able to read, analyze, and interpret reports, general business directives, policy and procedure statements, and governmental regulations.
- Able to write reports and correspondence at a professional level.
- Able to immediately respond to common inquiries and complaints from employees and regulatory agencies.
- Able to effectively communicate with individuals from diverse backgrounds and varying educational levels.
- Able to effectively organize and present information and respond to questions from employees and external groups of varying sizes.