Ability to travel as part of the SIS assessor team. 4-year college degree; work in the field of human services. Experience working directly with individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities (“ID”) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (“ASD”)
An online human services provider is seeking a Telecommuting School Speech Language Pathologist in Elyria. Must be able to: Work with a range of mild to moderate caseloads (K-12th) Work with IEPs. Qualifications for this position include: At least 2 years' experience in school.
Connecting students and families with available community resources. Implementing programs for students and families related to interpersonal adjustment issues. Participating in the development of crisis prevention and management plans for the school. Required Skills:
Bachelors degree in a social work, psychology, human services, counseling, nursing, special education or a closely related field (or four years of commensurate experience if no degree. One year of direct experience related to the delivery of social services to the target groups.
An education company is filling a position for a Telecommute Family Resource Coordinator in North Bend. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Fielding “family issue” calls from teachers and administration.
A human services provider is filling a position for a Telecommuting Speech Language Pathologist in Boise. Must be able to: Perform assessments. Provide teletherapy in both individual and group settings. Qualifications for this position include: Attend onsite visits once a month.
A human services provider has a current position open for a Telecommute School Speech Language Pathologist in Winston Salem. Individual must be able to fulfill the following responsibilities: Provide direct speech therapy to students. Work with a variety of health disparities.
A human services provider is seeking a Telecommute School Speech Language Pathologist in Topeka. Core Responsibilities of this position include: Providing speech-language services to school-age children. Working with a variety of health disparities.
Assisting in guiding patient to community and health plan directed resources. Qualifications Include: High-speed internet access and a quiet room where you can work undisturbed for hours at a time. Computer skills.
Provide peer recovery support based on an established treatment plan via telephone/video conference. Assist in guiding the patient to community and health plan directed resources. Position Requirements Include: Certified or eligible for certification as a Peer Recovery Support Specialist.