Conducting assessments and developing plans of care to improve member health outcomes. Providing clinical consultation to nonclinical staff on behavioral health related issues. Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Ability to travel some of the time for field and facility visits.
Developing and maintaining the Plan of Care and makes information related to the Plan accessible to providers. Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Valid driver's license and reliable transportation to perform face-to-face meetings.
Identifying, developing and assisting or closes new sales opportunities. Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Conduct regular status and strategic meetings with the client's senior leadership. Five to Ten years' experience with Social Services in State and Local Government.
Core Responsibilities of this position include: Leading a small team of PCOA scientists to develop, deliver and communicate the PCOA endpoint and measurement strategy. Providing oversight and leadership for the team by helping to set strategy and direction for company assets.
Developing and maintaining the Plan of Care and makes information related to the Plan accessible to providers and Members as needed and upon request. Qualifications for this position include: GED or High School Diploma required. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Core Responsibilities Include: Using teleconferencing software. Providing services to a caseload of elementary aged children with mild to moderate needs. Required Skills: Any required licenses. Any applicable experience. Any required technology.
Developing, writing and helping implement IEPs and 504 plans. Managing and providing instructional guidance, virtual teaching and general strategies for a caseload of students. Evaluating tests and assessments, completing report cards and conducting parent conferences.
Qualifications Include: Texas SLP Licensure. Develop and follow IEP goals. Deliver therapy in group and individual sessions. Collaborate with staff and parents. Have at least two years of school-based experience. Flexible can do attitude.
Assisting students via teleconferencing software. Conducting assessments and completing IEPs. Completing any other duties as assigned. Required Skills: Ability to complete any necessary clinical and technical training. Previous experience in a school setting may be required.
Motivate students to feel that their development help is assessable. Provide speech language therapy. Must meet the following requirements for consideration: Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology. ASHA Certification. Licensed in Georgia as an Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)