Therapist

Avacend, Inc.

Therapist

Atlanta, GA
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Under close supervision, performs duties at a beginning working level in the analysis of the highway transportation system for existing and future needs. Make recommendations and communicate problem solving solutions to management.

    Local candidates only Excellent presentation skills required

    GDOT DIV of Planning - Planner 1 State Transportation Planning is a rewarding career that can provide a person an opportunity to make positive impacts to the public on issues that touches all lives each and every day. Interested applicants would need to meet the criteria below:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in one of the following fields: transportation planning, rural/urban planning, regional planning, urban studies, policy studies, geography, statistics, economics or closely related field • OR a Bachelor’s degree from an ABET accredited college or university in Civil Engineering with course work experience (or a minor) in any of the aforementioned planning fields. (If selected for the position, the candidate is required to provide an original college transcript showing the required coursework --minor).

    Works well with others to achieve team/organizational goals Committed to providing quality customer service Displays high standards of ethical conduct Possess ability to analyze, solve and if needed, apply innovative solutions to problems Possess ability to effectively apply new knowledge and skills in work to adapt quickly to change Possess ability to effectively manage set priorities Possess ability to foster collaborative relationships Possess ability to coordinate and communicate with teams to accomplish goals and deadlines Possess excellent internal and external customer service

    Required Skills Required Experience

  • Qualifications
    • Written and verbal communications, interpersonal skills.
    • Basic organizational skills.
    • Basic computer skills.
    • Demonstrated leadership abilities.
    • Patient assessment.
    • Clinical education related to specialty.
    • Principles of patient/family teaching.