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Lake Highland Employment Opportunities

Thank you for visiting this LHPS job site. We invite you to send us your resume, even if you do not see a job listing especially for you. We accept resumes for all positions at any time, even if we do not have a current opening. We will keep your resume on file for one year. 

Lake Highland is a drug-free workplace. (Drug testing required.) 

Email us at jobs@lhps.org

We are seeking qualified applicants for the following positions:

This position requires trash removal, pressure washing, and minor painting. Must complete work orders for events- set up assistance, monitoring and assistance- as well as follow safety standards while wearing protective gear. This position conducts inspections and locates tools needed to complete tasks successfully. Additional requirements include working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, ability to write and speak clearly and work well with others in a service- oriented environment with occasionally assisting other areas.

This is a fully benefitted position, Wednesday - Friday 3-11pm and Saturday and Sundays 10am to 6pm. A background check and drug testing is required. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. To apply, send resume to: jobs@lhps.org

This position requires set-up and break down of equipment for school events in a safe and timely manner (e.g. tables, chairs, staging, pipe, drape, etc.) and is responsible for the night shift, working closely with the office manager/scheduler and also with internal/external groups and vendors. Additional requirements include working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, ability to write and speak clearly and work well with others in a service-oriented environment. This is a fully benefitted position, Monday – Friday, 2-10pm but may entail working weekends and holidays. A background check and drug testing is required. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. To apply, send resume to: jobs@lhps.org

Job Summary

Provide screenings, evaluations, educational programs and therapeutic intervention for students identified with or suspected of having disabilities that interfere with their ability to perform daily life activities or participate in activities in the educational environment. These skills include sensory processing, self-regulation, visual perception, coordination, self-care and fine motor skills such as handwriting, cutting with scissors, dressing, shoe-tying and utensil use.  Provide training and education to family, caregivers, and other professionals.  Provide consultative and collaborative services to teachers, parents, administrators and allied agencies in order to integrate occupational therapy goals into the classroom, other educational programs, the home environment, and the community. Evaluate and report student progress for continuation or termination of services. Refer student to other professionals, agencies and/or administrators when appropriate. 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Strong knowledge and understanding of developmental norms for the pediatric population
  • Excellent verbal communication 
  • Excellent written communication
  • Organize and prioritize work, act independently
  • Utilize critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Work collaboratively with others in a complex setting

Qualifications 

Minimum:

  • 3 years pediatric work experience with all or partial experience in a school setting/environment
  • Bachelor’s Degree in occupational therapy
  • Licensed in the state of Florida as an Occupational Therapist 

Preferred: 

  • Bi-Lingual skills

Physical Abilities

Standing, repetitive movements, lifting weights of various amounts (not to exceed 50 lbs.), sitting on floor, bending/squatting, walking, etc.

Please email your resume and salary requirements to: jobs@lhps.org

Job Summary

Evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, communication, and swallowing disorders. Provide training and education to family, caregivers, and other professionals.  Provide consultative and collaborative services to teachers, parents, administrators and allied agencies in order to integrate speech and language goals into the classroom, other educational programs, the home environment, and the community. Evaluate and report student progress for continuation or termination of services. Refer student to other professionals, agencies and/or administrators when appropriate. 

Qualifications 

Minimum:

  • 3 years pediatric work experience with all or partial experience in a school setting/environment
  • Masters Degree in speech language pathology
  • Licensed in the state of Florida as a Speech Language Pathologist
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in accordance with the requirements of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. 

Preferred: 

  • Bi-Lingual skills

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Strong knowledge and understanding of developmental norms for the pediatric population
  • Excellent verbal communication 
  • Excellent written communication
  • Organize and prioritize work, act independently
  • Utilize critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Work collaboratively with others in a complex setting

Physical Abilities

The following figures convey the relevant and relative physical abilities an applicant or employee must possess in order to fulfill the job functions and duties: STANDING/WALKING- 65%, SITTING- 20% , STOOPING/SQUATING- 10%, REACHING- 5%, LIFTING- 50 LBS

Please email your resume and salary requirements to: jobs@lhps.org

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