: Under general supervision, screens and assesses clients and develops a comprehensive plan of care for clients in speech and language. Provides follow-up treatment consistent with program guidelines. Advocates for the implementation and coordination of services within the program and other agencies/resources. Home visits and clinical evaluations required. Participates in Team meetings and the Primary Service Provider model.
Doctorate or Master's degree in speech-language pathology or audiology, or both, from an accredited college or university AND
current Georgia licensure and/or certification to practice in area of assignment.
In addition to the minimum qualifications, experience caring for children with autism and feeding disorders is preferred.
NOTE: If this position requires a degree as a qualification, a certified copy of your college transcript must be submitted. If a certified copy of your college transcript is required and not received, your application will not be considered in this recruitment process.
Not Every Applicant Will Receive an Interview and Only Those Selected for An Interview Will Be Notified
Fingerprint Criminal Records Investigation Is Required
To apply, please visit: www.dph.georgia.gov