A human services agency is searching for a person to fill their position for a Telecommuting Middle and High School Speech Language Pathologist in Waltham. Core Responsibilities of this position include: Working with a variety of ability ranges.
Prefer candidates with 3 or more years of related experience. Be knowledgeable of return to work best practices, ergonomics, work place accommodations, skill building/resume development, FMLA, Transferable Skill Assessments, and related Human Resources topics required.
A human services company is seeking a Remote School Speech Language Pathologist in Olympia. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Work with children with a variety of abilities. Build individual evaluation plans. Qualifications Include: Speech Language Pathology Certification.
An online human services agency has an open position for a Telecommuting School Speech Language Pathologist in Flowery Branch. Core Responsibilities Include: Connecting with children in your specialty area. Helpping students in need that may not otherwise be able to get speech therapy services.
Administering all provider resources through the care continuum. Developing interventions and processes to assist the Health Plan member in meeting short and long term plan of care goals. Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
Providing member with resources to optimize their treatment outcomes. Supporting clinical services such as the appeals program. Skills and Requirements Include: Bachelors: Nursing (Required) License and Certifications - Required.
Working with internal resources and external agencies. Qualifications Include: Ability to attend meetings, training, and conferences, overnight travel required. Ability to report work activity on a timely basis. Ability to perform research and draw conclusions. Strong PC knowledge and skills.
Understanding of plan benefit structures, psychiatric/medical terminology, and local communication resources. Experience in a managed care environment, integrated medical and behavioral health care and/or training in chronic pain management. License and Certifications - Required.
Coordinating member visits with providers and specialists as needed. Administering all provider resources through the care continuum. Must meet the following requirements for consideration: Traveling to member homes & provider facilities. Knowledge of Federal and State assistance programs.
Provide a complete continuum of quality care through close communication with members. Support members with condition education, medication reviews and connections to resources. Qualifications Include: 25-50% travel. Current, unrestricted RN license. Access to reliable transportation.