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 Category  Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title  OHSU LEND Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship
 Description The Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental & Related Disabilities (LEND) post graduate degree fellowship in speech-language pathology is a full-time position that lasts for 12 months, and is primarily clinical in nature. Primary clinical training occurs at the Child Development & Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) Clinics at Doernbecher Children's Hospital/Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon, with training and mentorship provided by our faculty of speech-language pathologists. Clinical fellows engage in multidisciplinary team assessments in rotations through our Craniofacial, Feeding, Autism, Down Syndrome, Child Development, and Neurodevelopment Clinics. The fellowship also includes intervention and treatment opportunities for children with communication disorders through community placements and in the CDRC clinics.

In addition to clinical experience, the clinical fellow will also participate in:
• Interdisciplinary training in the LEND program
• Weekly interdisciplinary seminars with topics related to community outreach, family issues that affect children with developmental disabilities, leadership, and policy development
• Engagement in a family mentoring experience
• Engagement in a leadership/community engagement project
• A research project and presentation under the guidance of a mentor
• Leadership and teaching opportunities
• Opportunities for continuing education

Applicants must submit:
1. A letter of intent, not to exceed two pages, including;
• Interest and goals related to this fellowship position
• Background as it relates to the position description and activities outlined above, including experience working with pediatric populations and diverse populations as well as experience with leadership, advocacy, community engagement and/or research
2. A resume, not to exceed two pages; and
3. Two letters of recommendation

We request that the letter of intent and resume be submitted by the candidate via email to Hannah Sanford-Keller at sanfordh@ohsu.edu.
We request that all letters of recommendation be submitted by the recommender via email to Hannah Sanford-Keller at sanfordh@ohsu.edu. Please include the first and last name of the candidate in the heading of the email.

Complete Applications must be received by February 1, 2022 to be considered.

Please see position posting at OHSU LEND program web site for additional information regarding the position and application process.
 Location  Portland, OR
 Contact  Hannah Sanford-Keller CCC-SLP


Category Speech Language Pathologist
 Job Title Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist
 Description Seeking 2 Full-Time Speech Language Pathologists in Longview, WA
Kidspace Therapy, LLC is a private therapist-owned clinic that provides Speech and Occupational Therapy services to children, ages 0-17.
Come join our dynamic team of OTR’s, COTA’s, and SLP’s!
• Medical, dental, vision
• Generous PTO package (After 6 months, PTO accrues up to 4 weeks per year, based on hours worked)
• 7 paid holidays
• Pay ranges from $37-40 per hour, depending on experience
• Flexible schedule with a shorter day on Fridays
• Continuing education benefit
• Evaluate and treat clients for speech, language, and oral motor/feeding difficulties based on referral and assessment.
• Complete all documentation in a timely manner.
• Teach and train family for home carryover.
• Must have strong communication skills, initiation, organization, flexibility and teamwork.
• Treatments are scheduled for 6 to 6.5 hours of an 8-hour day.
• Current WA State SLP license
• ASHA Certification of Clinical Competency
• Current Covid vaccinations
Please submit a current resume to Leslie Wolff, leslie.wolff@kidspacetherapy.org
 Location  Longview, WA
 Contact  Leslie Wolff (email above)
 Posted  12/20/2021

 Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title Speech Language Pathologist

Play Works Children’s Therapies is a multidisciplinary pediatric therapy clinic nestled in the beautiful Pacific Northwest town of Hood River, Oregon, where we make it our mission to service the greater Columbia River Gorge region.

At Play Works, we believe in providing play-focused, evidence-based pediatric therapy services to help children and their families live more fulfilling lives.

Our multidisciplinary team provides wrap-around services that consist of; Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Feeding Therapy, Nutrition Services, and Applied Behavioral Analysis to children ages 0-18 years.

Our work culture provides a high level of job satisfaction through balanced caseloads, continuing education opportunities, and our commitment to remaining people-first in everything we do. We value our employees and all that they bring to our organization, and our community at large.

Some of the perks of being on the Play Works team are that members are treated to free professional development, are provided a continuing education stipend, enjoy fun celebrations and off-hours adventures, and are offered opportunities to give back to our awesome community. When you join Play Works, you join a team of open-minded professionals with diverse skill sets and an organization that recognizes that our people are what make us special!


The Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist will provide diagnostic, remediation, and management services for individuals referred to the department with disorders of speech, language, voice, fluency, hearing, language-based cognitive, and/or swallowing.


Knowledge of medical and neurological terminology and behavioral management techniques.

Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.

Demonstrated competency in the ability to evaluate and interpret information in terms of the patient’s needs

A knowledge of normal growth and development

An understanding of the range of treatment needed.


Signing Bonus - $2,000



A candidate who is aligned with the culture and values of Play Works would be a skilled, playful, and dynamic SLP who believes in the work and impact they have on our pediatric population.

We value our team members who inspire children and support their families. At Play Works we work closely with children, families, and related professionals to help every child reach their maximum potential. Therefore, we work together to provide a positive work environment rooted in trust and authenticity, in order to support our staff to their full potential.


Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology

 Location Hood River, Oregon
 Contact Organization Website: https://www.playworks4kids.com/careers/slp
 Posted November 11, 2021 

 Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title Full-Time Home Health Speech Language Pathologist

Now Hiring! Relocation Assistance offered or $4000.00 Sign on Bonus Offered! Full-Time Home Health Speech Language Pathologist for the beautiful Oregon Coast office!

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday

Signature Healthcare at Home

Mid-City Plaza

820 SE HWY 101, Suite F

Lincoln City, Oregon 97367

The connections that are developed and nurtured during the time care is being provided is the heartbeat of what we do and why we do it. If you want to provide quality patient care and education to patients and their caregivers during an important time in their lives, Signature Healthcare at Home will provide you with the training, mentorship, and resources to fulfill your passion.

Signature Healthcare at Home is working with patients and families for a safe discharge from the acute care setting by coordinating individualized care and keeping patients in their place of residence. Home Health is growing exponentially, and we are seeing an increase in medically complex patients. We need SLPs who think critically and want to use their full scope of practice.

We are seeking: Full-time 40 CCC SLP

Coverage area: Oregon Coast (ask about relocation assistance)

Signature Healthcare at Home is for you:

*Achieve work-life balance

*Monday-Friday schedule

*Weekends off

*6 paid Holidays per year

*4 weeks of paid time off your first year

*1-on-1 care

*Continuing education reimbursement $400 year one and up to $2,000 every year thereafter

*Competitive compensation and benefits package including 401K

 Location Lincoln City, Oregon
 Contact E: LaDawn.Fronapel@sighch.com
 Posted October 18, 2021 

 Category Audiologist
 Job Title Now Hiring: Audiologist

Oregon Ear, Nose & Throat Center is on the grow! Looking for a new challenge in audiologic care working with one of Southern Oregon’s most storied practices?

Oregon ENT is actively searching for an audiologist to work in a dynamic and patient-centric ear, nose and throat practice. This position offers an opportunity to see and treat a wide range of ear pathologies. Job duties include a full range of diagnostic hearing and vestibular testing, VNG, pediatric and adult hearing assessments, as well as dispensing premium hearing instruments.

About Oregon Ear, Nose & Throat Center:

Established in 1948, the Oregon Ear, Nose, and Throat Center is an independent physician group serving Southern Oregon and surrounding regions. Our elite collective of ENTs, surgeons and audiologists are committed to providing the highest level of otolaryngology and audiologic care, operating out of a two-floor state-of-the-art facility featuring a hearing aid center, CT scanner, and full-suite allergy and surgery departments.

If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about what it’s like to work with us, apply today!

 Location Medford, Oregon
 Contact https://oregonent.com/
 Posted October 18, 2021 

 Category Speech-Language Pathologist 
 Job Title Speech Language Pathologist- Teletherapy

Now hiring Oregon SLPs for Part-time and Full-time teletherapy openings!

Speech-Language Therapists in the PresenceLearning Network:

  • Provide school-based evaluations and IEP-directed therapy services via an interactive platform
  • Provide timely documentation of therapy sessions, create and/or update IEPs, and complete comprehensive evaluation and progress reports as required by state and district regulations and processes.
  • Provide case management services as required by the school district(s), including scheduling, preparing for, and conducting IEP meetings.

Providers in our network:

  • Work on our proprietary platform built for teletherapy.
  • Access therapy materials and assessments within the PresenceLearning platform.
  • Enjoy the benefits of a community of support including an online community, technical support, and access to professional development resources.
  • Set their own schedules.
  • Participate in a perks program with discounts to our partner organizations.
  • Benefit from the support you'll receive while adding additional state licenses to help you increase your knowledge and opportunities.
  • ASHA certification
  • 1 year of school-based experience post-CFY
 Location Oregon
 Contact https://www.presencelearning.com/
 Posted September 29, 2021 
 Category Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist 

The nonprofit Tucker Maxon School is seeking a fulltime Speech-Language Pathologist to start ASAP. We are looking for a skilled and professional individual to be part of our team. The SLP will work with approximately 20 children who are deaf or hard of hearing on a daily basis for about 10 months per year and have summers off! This position is Exempt and reports to the Principal.

Tucker Maxon has been on the list of the Top 100 Nonprofits to work for four years in a row. This is your opportunity to become part of an amazing and dedicated team of individuals. Our independent school currently has 107 students and 30 staff at this time. Our mission is to teach deaf and hearing children to listen, talk, learn, and achieve excellence together. Our highest values are conversation, confidence, creativity, and community. Our goal is to help children reach their full potential in school, and in life. Our SLP helps each child who is deaf or hard of hearing develop effective and purposeful spoken language.

See www.tuckermaxon.org for more information. Tucker Maxon: Where Every Child has a Voice.


  • Speech-Language Pathology License, State of Oregon
  • Proficiency regarding most assessment tools
  • Credentialed to bill most major health insurance companies (or will be within first year)
  • Knowledge and experience in an auditory-verbal educational setting preferred
  • Listening and Spoken Language Specialists (LSLS) Certification preferred
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence and ASHA membership preferred or we can mentor


  • Positive, can do attitude
  • Demonstrates warmth, interest, and respect for all students
  • Strong language model
  • Uses learning time efficiently and effectively
  • Professional, confidential, and discrete
  • Sense of humor

Physical Demands.

  • Standing, walking, sitting, talking/listening, reaching with hands and arms
  • Lifting up to 40 pounds
  • Drive to Portland area meetings/events

Compensation: $60-65K, DOE and CCCs, CFY possible, plus excellent benefits including health, dental, short and long-term disability, retirement and life insurance. The typical day is approximately 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with some flexibility.

Please email a cover letter (not just an email message) about yourself and a resume as a Word or PDF file attachment(s) with YOUR last name in the title of the attachment(s) to hr@tuckermaxon.org. Please use the subject line "Speech-Language Pathologist." Candidates are encouraged to apply sooner as interviews will begin before the deadline of October 13, 2021. Tucker Maxon School is an equal opportunity employer. Please see our diversity, equity, and inclusion statement on our website

 Location  Portland, Oregon
 Contact hr@tuckermaxon.org
 Posted  September 29, 2021

Category Speech-Language Pathologist
Job Title Speech-Language Pathologist

Up to $2,000 relocation reimbursement with 2 year contract when moving from 150 miles or more.

$500 signing bonus after 90 days of employment.

$1,000 signing bonus for candidates that join us by September 30 , 2021.

4-5 positions to assist with our wait list of over 300 clients: ***This is an in-clinic position. Candidate must be willing to move to the Grants Pass/ Medford area in order to apply (no teletherapy positions available). ***

Join our team as we recently moved into our 10,000 sq ft space in July 2021 complete with multiple sensory gyms and outdoor space. We have also recently opened our second location 25 minutes away in Grants Pass.

We are looking for hardworking, compassionate clinicians to join our multidisciplinary SLP/OT/PT and Feeding pediatric private practice. The right candidate loves children and working directly with families to facilitate carryover, is a team player, will collaborate and research to meet the needs of the clients, and is motivated to make a difference. Preference will be given to applicants with preschool and school age experience.

CF mentorship is offered. We have extensive experience mentoring CFs.

We are seeking applicants that are creative and share a passion to expand programs. We have a high population of bilingual Spanish, preschool, ASD, Dysphagia/Picky Eating, and High Tech AAC clients. Our clients range from birth-young adults.

We value work-life balance and feel strongly in a nourishing, family-like environment.

M-TH work week with 10 hour shifts (8am-6pm) Open to part-time positions but would prefer full time staff.

30 minute 1:1 therapy model in clinic and via teletherapy at this time (no home visits). We will be keeping a small teletherapy population after COVID 19 precautions are over to reach rural communities in our area but we are currently not hiring for teletherapy positions. Co-treats with OT/PT staff will be completed.


ASHA CCC or CF; Oregon License (ability to obtain by start date); Liability insurance; Drivers License; ability to lift 20 lbs multiple times/day and 50 lbs occasionally; Prefer experience with Spanish, preschool population or Feeding; Credentialing with insurance panels upon job acceptance.

Pay depends on experience. Paid vacation/sick leave, 6 paid holidays (48 hours paid), Clinic closure for winter break (unpaid vacation), CEU stipend, ASHA CCC reimbursed yearly. Employer pay 50% of medical/vision insurance premium, Dental available. Eligible for Simple IRA 3% match after 1 year of employment. AFLAC available

Location Medford and Grants Pass, Oregon


Denell Gallagher, Rogue Pediatric Therapy www.rptkids.com
Posted August 31, 2021

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