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Careers

We are a team of business professionals committed to bringing the finest therapeutic services to our clients while contributing to the ongoing success and reputation of CSLOT.  Since 1980, CSLOT has powerfully impacted the lives of 200,000 clients and their family members in our communities.  Are you ready to join us in our quest to change the lives of the next 200,000?

What Makes CSLOT A Great Place to Work?
Professional therapists and support personnel have many employment settings options.  CSLOT is a private practice, providing unique advantages not found in other settings.  We have over 20 speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) providers, and clinical assistants on staff.  We promote collaboration between departments which means that clinicians get to share professional concerns with one another, ask questions, observe treatment sessions, and offer and gain support, often working side-by-side treating clients in group or individual therapy sessions. We treat a variety of clients–children and adults, mild to severe, with a variety of presenting disorders–always providing our clinicians the opportunity to expand their knowledge base.  We work directly with families and parents, giving them hands-on training and involvement. Supervision is close at hand, especially for new clinicians in their first year of practice.

Benefits Package
CSLOT offers a competitive benefits package including:

  • 3 weeks paid time off (PTO) which increases to 4 weeks PTO after the second year and 5 weeks PTO after the seventh year.
  • 9 paid holidays.
  • Company paid medical/dental/vision after 60 days of full-time employment.
  • $300 continuing education allowance.
  • 8 hours of paid time for educational opportunities.
  • 401K with 25% employer matching after 6 months of employment.

Testimonial
“CSLOT is the most desirable clinic in the greater San Francisco area.  Brendan O’Connor Webster provides excellent service to her clients and their families, ongoing continuing education opportunities to her staff, and many opportunities for collaboration between speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, behavior therapists, and parents.”
Marsha Silver, M.S.,CCC-SLP
Speech and Language Pathology International

Desirable characteristics of a CSLOT employee

  • Clinical competence and judgment.
  • Respect for clients and fellow staff.
  • Strong work ethic.
  • Interest in business.
  • Durability and flexibility.
  • Interest in job and career development.
  • Good people skills; team player.
  • Independent thinking.
  • Oriented toward action.
  • Supportive of the vision of the company.

How to Apply
To apply for a position, please submit an employment application and your resume to careers@cslot.com.

Positions Now Open

Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)
The SLP is a member of the clinical staff and is responsible for providing hands-on treatment and performing evaluations for children and adults.  The individual must show that she/he has a Masters Degree in Communication Disorders or similar field; a license to practice speech pathology in the State of California; the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech and Hearing Association, or is actively working to acquire this certificate; and membership in CSHA or ASHA.

Responsibilities

  • Screening and evaluating children and adults communication disorders.
  • Writing evaluation reports.
  • Developing treatment programs for children and adults with communication disorders.
  • Providing therapy to individuals with communication disorders.
  • Measuring and documenting outcomes of treatment programs.
  • Writing treatment reports.
  • Interfacing with other members of the client’s team, especially the parents/family.
  • Communicating treatment issues with supervisory staff.
  • Conducting staff and community education.
  • Continuing Education.
  • Acquiring, at minimum, the CEU’s necessary for license renewal.
  • Managing support staff (aides, SLPA’s, COTA’s etc.).
  • Providing ongoing support to CSLOT’s marketing efforts.

Occupational Therapist (OT)
The OT is a member of the clinical staff and is responsible for providing hands-on treatment and performing evaluations for our clients.  The individual must show that she/he has a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy; a license to practice occupational therapy in the State of California, certification through the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, or is actively working to acquire this certificate; and membership in OTAC or AOTA.

Responsibilities

  • Screening and evaluating children and adults with motor and/or sensory disorders.
  • Writing evaluation reports.
  • Developing treatment programs for children and adults with motor or sensory disorders.
  • Providing therapy to individuals with motor or sensory disorders.
  • Measuring and documenting outcomes of treatment programs.
  • Writing treatment reports.
  • Interfacing with other members of the client’s team, especially the parents/family.
  • Communicating treatment issues with supervisory staff.
  • Conducting staff and community education.
  • Continuing Education.
  • Acquiring, at minimum, the CEU’s necessary for license renewal.
  • Managing support staff (aides, SLPA,s, COTA’s, etc.).
  • Providing ongoing support to CSLOT’s marketing efforts.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
The BCBA is responsible to provide professional services including evaluations and treatments, counseling of parent and family units, networking and other professionals.  The individual must show that she/he has a Masters Degree in Behavior, Child Psychology, Child Development, or Early Childhood Education, or other related field; and certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.

Responsibilities

  • Ensures ABA program effectiveness.
  • Assumes responsibility for the physical safety of the client.
  • Makes programmatic adjustments in accordance with CSLOT’s policies.
  • Oversees and monitors the intake and continuing assessment process.
  • Plans, manages, coordinates and evaluates assigned staff efforts to achieve clinical goals and objectives.
  • Provides direct services to the clients and their parents, when appropriate.
  • Implements the program curricula.
  • Maintains data regarding clients’ progress.
  • Provides training and supervision of behavior program staff.
  • Provides training on behavior to CSLOT staff.
  • Responsible for recording data and reporting client status to payer sources.

Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA)
The BCaBA is responsible to provide staff training, supervision and planning, counseling of parent and family units, networking with other professionals, behavior management under the direction of the BCBA.  The individual must show that she/he has a Masters Degree in Behavior, Child Psychology, Child Development, Early Childhood Education or other related field; and certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.

Responsibilities

  • Assists BCBA in case background information.
  • Assist with conducting assessments, as directed by BCBA.
  • Conduct client observations, as needed.
  • Assist BCBA with communication with parents.
  • Assists BCBA in data collection procedures.
  • Provide direct supervision of BTs.
  • Train BTs under the direction of BCBA.
  • Support BTs on cases in the field.
  • Assist BTs in accurately tracking data.
  • Assure that assigned client’s ABA program is executed.
  • Support with development of training materials, as needed.

Behavior Technician/Early Interventionist (BT/EI)
The BTEI provides direct therapeutic support for children primarily ages from 18 months and up with developmental delays under the direction of a speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, BCBA, and BCaBA, and works in a team environment with therapists, other aides, and parents.  The individual must show that she/he has an AA degree or two years study post-secondary degree, a valid driver’s license, and reliable transportation.

 Responsibilities

  • Delivers the treatment protocol as directed by supervisor.
  • Collects and enters data at each session.
  • Implements feedback delivered during live supervision by supervisor and from written evaluations.
  • Develops and maintains appropriate relationships with clients and their families.
  • Provides support and assistance to parents, as directed by supervisor.
  • Expresses enthusiasm during activities .
  • Insures client safety.
  • Provides direct services to clients and their families in the clinic, the client’s home and/or community.
  • Creates opportunities to address targeted goals, under the director supervision of a clinical supervisor.
  • Demonstrates understanding of development to provide services with the scope of practice for infant development specialists.