Reporting to the Rehab Services Director, the Speech Pathologist Supervisor organizes and supervises Inpatient Speech Pathology services. Ensures that all budgetary, productivity, customer service and quality standards and measures are met. Develops and implements all aspects of new and existing Speech Therapy programs. Duties also include the supervision of staff, and providing clinical leadership and expertise to the department. Works in collaboration with all members of the rehab services team including assisting with administrative, teaching and research functions of the department. Participates in special projects and Performance Improvement programs as assigned. In addition, assists in developing and implementation of all aspects of new services and existing programs, attend case conferences and discharge rounds as directed. Delivers direct patient care on a limited basis as required. If assigned to work with infants and children aged 0 to 21, CCS paneling/approval will be required within one year of hire if qualify for CCS paneling requirement. Attends discharge planning meeting for children with discharge needs applicable to the discipline. Assures that the non CCS paneled therapists will be supervised by a CCS paneled therapist for the care provided to children aged 0-21. Participates in care coordination activities when children are being discharge with therapy and coordinates the transfer of care to the CCS Medical Therapy Units in the school system as appropriate.
Rate Minimum $73,000.00 Maximum $131,500.00
Ability to maintain a work pace appropriate to the workload
CA Speech Pathology license (or license eligibility)
Current BLS certification
Demonstrated experience providing speech therapy to a diverse group of patients
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
Minimum 5 years as a Speech Pathologist or combination of education and experience
Must demonstrate customer service skills appropriate to the job
Must possess the skill, knowledge and ability essential to the successful performance of assigned duties
Previous management/supervisory experience
Physical, Mental & Environmental Demands:
To comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the essential physical, mental and environmental requirements for this job are listed below. These are requirements normally expected to perform regular job duties. Incumbent must be able to successfully perform all of the functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.