The Scheduling Coordinator II will schedule new and follow-up patient appointments. The incumbent will perform a wide variety of administrative and front end clinical operations activities which include, but are not limited to greeting and checking in/out patients and families; collecting patient and treatment information; estimating deposit requirements; providing cost estimates; determining patient liability; establishing payment arrangements; and will coordinate payment arrangement information for outpatient and day programs with non-par payer sources. This staff member will interact with patients, families, clinicians, and administrative staff in a courteous and professional manner.
The Senior Research Coordinator assists and collaborates with the Principal Investigator (PI) and research collaborators in reaching research goals in the department. This staff member must be adaptable in order to carry out research protocols. The position requires a considerable degree of responsibility, flexibility, and independence to perform diverse duties related to collecting, analyzing, and archiving data.
Great Opportunity to gain experience in the Speech and Langauge department in our Center for Autism and Related Disorders!
The Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLP-A) will assist a certified speech-language pathologist (SLP) in providing treatment services to a varied population of patients. Under supervision of a certified, licensed SLP, this professional will implement a treatment program developed by the SLP, document results of the services offered as outlined in the treatment plans for each patient, maintain records to comply with specified standards, and support programmatic speech-language needs for clinical or clinical research needs. In doing so, the incumbent will assist the SLP in addressing the needs of patients, their families, and any impact the patient’s speech and language disability has on his/her functional abilities. With supervision, the SLP-A will participate in intra- and interdisciplinary meetings and training.
$2500 Sign-On Bonus with Language Proficiency Differential
The Speech Language Pathologist II (Bilingual-Arabic) will provide direct patient care for assessing and treating communication (i.e. speech/language) and oral motor disorders: administering department and program functions; may supervise graduate students and Clinical Fellows; maintaining documentation relative to services offered; and participating in intra- and interdisciplinary training programs.This position requires the incumbent to be bilingual in English and Arabic with a proficiency level that meets the Institutes minimum standards.
The Therapy Assistant (Therapeutic Assistant) works with young children with autism and/or related social-language delays in small group speech therapy alongside a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP). Treatment sessions focus on communication, social, emotional, and self-regulatory development. Sessions also include push-in occupational therapy services to work on fine and gross motor skills as well as sensory integration and regulation.
Group sizes range from three to five children under the age of six and meet between 3-4 times per week for ninety minutes to two and a half hour sessions. All children have individualized treatment plans and are thoughtfully placed in groups with children working on similar skills. An ability to build relationships and work consistently with many of the same children over a period of time is emphasized. Parental involvement is encouraged and supported through guided observations and regular observation days.
Additional benefits related to this position include career growth and professional development opportunities through paid training and conferences, opportunities to meet and collaborate with interdisciplinary teams, networking opportunities throughout KKI and flexible scheduling options.