The qualified individual must be a graduate of an accredited, approved Speech and Language Pathologist program and be a licensed Speech Language Pathologist or eligible for licensure in the state of Utah. This person must possess strong clinical rehab skills/knowledge and the ability to perform in all aspects of complex treatment. The selected individual should be a team player, possess strong independent problem solving skills and demonstrate an attitude of cooperation and positive rapport with management, office staff, patients, physicians, other health care professionals, and community members.
The qualified individual should be a team player, have a strong professional demeanor and possess effective interpersonal skills. The individual must also be able to perform the physical demands of the position.
● Conduct evaluations, and administer treatments to patients using various speech language pathology modalities and procedures based upon physician orders and within the practices of Delta Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, PC.
● Prepare engaging exercises and activities to use during speech sessions with patients
● Create goals and objectives for patients to work toward and identify areas of progress and challenges
● Oversee speech-language pathologist assistants and support their full-scope understanding of how to manage an office
● Prepare speech pathology equipment and exam room ensuring proper sterilization and safety procedures are followed
● Review the patient’s file prior to their appointment and have a clear understanding of the challenge to be addressed
● Attend continuing education courses and work to advance personal knowledge and experience within the field
● Request and organize written authorization from patients involving specific follow up instructions and goals for improvement
Education, Experience and Skills Required:
● Master’s degree in speech-language pathology from an accredited educational institution
● Licensed in the State of Utah
● Proficiency in computer software commonly used for documentation and report preparation
● Demonstrated knowledge and adherence to HIPAA legislation and other patient privacy laws
● Experience working with sensitive and personal patient records and information
● Proficient in troubleshooting common software and hardware challenges in relation to the regular use of speech pathology tools
● Physical endurance and the ability to work primarily in a standing position