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Category  Educator of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Job Title  Deaf/Hard of Hearing Specialist
Description Willamette Education Service District is accepting applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Specialist position for the 2021-2022 school year. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) required. Successful candidate will work as a member of the Special Education Department and will follow a 190-day calendar. This position will be based at the Willamette ESD Marion Center in Salem, OR and will begin August 27, 2021
Location  Salem, Oregon
Contact To be considered for employment, applicant must apply online directly through Willamette ESD's website; submitting an application through OSHA is not sufficient. To apply or review further position details/qualifications, please visit the WESD website at: https://willamette.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
Posted  October 23, 2020
   
Category  Speech-Language Pathology
Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist
Description

Position open in the Rehabilitation Department of  the St. Charles Health System

OUR VISION: Creating America’s healthiest community, together

OUR MISSION: In the spirit of love and compassion, better health, better care, better value

OUR VALUES: Accountability, Caring and Teamwork

DEPARTMENTAL SUMMARY: The Rehabilitation Department provides therapy and nursing services to patients, families and patient’s caregivers including: Rehabilitation Nursing Care, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Pathology. Our department operates as a system department and provides services to Acute Care, Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility and Outpatient settings across four campuses. Our Rehabilitation departments offer a variety of specialty services across the various services delivery areas.

POSITION OVERVIEW: The Speech Language Pathologist provides Speech-Language services to patients in accordance with a written care plan and written physician’s order.
This position does not directly manage any other caregivers.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:

  • Adheres to Oregon State Speech-Language Licensing Board Standards.
  • Performs evaluation and treatment of patients with speech, hearing, language, cognitive or swallowing disorders.
  • Provides community resource and referral services.
  • Staff consultation and training.
  • May be required to drive Rehabilitation van. If requested, must meet all requirements in Work Instruction.
  • Functions as a member of the Interdisciplinary Care Team to assure care is accomplished effectively and efficiently in a cost effective manner. Participates in clinical care conferencing.
  • Gathers data and accurately documents information in a timely manner demonstrating compliance with department standards.
  • Participates with team members in facilitating patient’s and family’s learning throughout the course of care. Reinforces patient’s continued health care through teaching and/or referral to community agency follow-up.
  • Supports the vision, mission and values of the organization in all respects.
  • Supports Value Improvement Practice (VIP- Lean) principles of continuous improvement with energy and enthusiasm, functioning as a champion of change.
  • Provides and maintains a safe environment for caregivers, patients and guests.
  • Conducts all activities with the highest standards of professionalism and confidentiality. Complies with all applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures, supporting the organization’s corporate integrity efforts by acting in an ethical and appropriate manner, reporting known or suspected violation of applicable rules, and cooperating fully with all organizational investigations and proceedings.
  • Delivers customer service and/or patient care in a manner that promotes goodwill, is time
Location  Prineville, Oregon
Contact  For additional information, visit https://www.stcharleshealthcare.org/professionals/careers
Posted  October 10, 2020
   
Category  Speech-Language Pathology
Job Title EI/ECSE Speech Language Pathologist
Description GENERAL DUTIES:
This position evaluates and provides Speech/Language therapy services to children who have mental and/or physical disabilities and who are on a current Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or an Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP). The main responsibilities for this position are evaluation of children birth-5, determining eligibility, writing evaluation reports, communications evaluation results with families, developing IFSPs, and connecting parents with resources to support their children's development.

QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Required:
  1. Holds current license with Oregon Teachers Standards and Practices Commission with Speech Impaired endorsement or Oregon Board of Examiners for Speech Pathology and Audiology.
  2. Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology
  3. Proficient with database software, e-mail, internet software and word processing software.
  4. Holds a current driver’s license.
Compensation: Per negotiated contract, Licensed Salary Schedule
Bargaining Unit: NWEA
FTE: 1.0

NW REGIONAL ESD’S MISSION STATEMENT: In partnership with the communities we serve, Northwest Regional ESD improves student learning by providing equitable access to high quality services and support.
Location Northwest Regional Education Service Center - Columbia Service Center in St. Helens, Oregon
Contact TO SEE THE FULL DESCRIPTION AND APPLY ONLINE PLEASE GO TO:
https://www.applitrack.com/nwresd/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?FromAdmin=true&AppliTrackJobId=1885

Posted  October 5, 2020
   
Category  Speech-Language Pathology
Job Title  School SLP - Virtual Therapy
Description Enable My Child is looking for a committed, school-based therapist licensed in Oregon to develop, recover or maintain the functional skills of children with physical, neurological, behavioral, emotional and/or developmental conditions. You will offer effective and client-centered services using a strengths-based approach that will enable children to confidently and independently engage in everyday tasks or routines. The successful candidate will have a holistic perspective and will be able to adapt the environment and tools to fit the person.

This is a remote position and services will occur in a teletherapy environment. Your caseload will depend on your availability. Willingness to license in other states will facilitate achieving your ideal number of hours. As an independent contractor, you will be given preference for full-time employment w/ benefits. We are a growing company and we are looking for professionals who wish to grow with us.

Responsibilities:
  • Conduct online assessments and develop treatment plans based on child's strengths, and including recommendations for promoting success.
  • Improve clients' health, well-being, and life quality.
  • Advise family members, teachers, and caregivers about techniques, adaptations, and strategies to promote success and ongoing development.
  • Apply interventions to maximize safety and performance.
  • Teach techniques to clients and families.
  • Assess client’s home and other environments and advice on alterations consistent with their needs and capabilities.
  • Recommend equipment and train in its use.
  • Guide and educate family members and caregivers.
  • Observe, note, and report on progress of long- and short-term goals.
  • Collect data and document actions and progress.

Skills:
  • 2 years experience as a therapist in a school setting
  • Love of diversity in pediatrics
  • Attentive and compassionate
  • Excellent knowledge of principles and evidence-based practices
  • Proficiency with computers and online documentation skills
  • Familiarity with evaluation tools
  • Enthusiasm for coordinating with other professionals, parents, and clients
  • Drive to continually learn and grow in the profession
  • Creativity and desire to run programs to include groups, intensive programs, and camps
  • Professional and ethical behavior
  • Excellent and timely written and verbal English communication skills
  • Valid license to practice in the state
  • MS degree or greater
  • Experience in providing therapy services remotely preferred but not essential

Enable My Child's mission is to care for children and the people who care for them.

Location Oregon
Contact To apply, please submit your resume, professional license, Oregon DOE certificate and background check to Shayna KokEnnen at shayna.kokennen@enablemychild.com
Posted  September 3, 2020
   
   
Category  Speech-Language Pathology
Job Title  EI/ECSE Speech-Language Pathologist
Description The Speech/Language Pathologist (SLP) provides direct, monitoring and consultation services for young children with disabilities birth to entry into kindergarten and their families which address receptive and expressive language, oral motor, feeding, early language development and augmentative communication, to achieve developmentally appropriate communication skills and preschool skills. The SLP works as a member of Transdisciplinary Services Team to complete eligibility evaluations, determine the developmental needs of children, develop Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP) and deliver services integrated with those of other professionals into the learning environments of young children. The SLP provides direct instructional services to children and their families, consultation and support to community based early childhood service programs and service coordination with other community service providers when serving as the Case Manager. The SLP is responsible for supervision of assigned Licensed Speech/Language Services Paraprofessionals.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Provides Speech/Language Services and related services across developmental domains of typical child development, to minimize the characteristics of delayed development and the patterns of atypical development associated with disabilities
  • Completes standardized evaluations in all developmental areas affected by the suspected disability to determine eligibility for Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education under Oregon Administrative Rules as a member of a Transdisciplinary team
  • Integrates assessment results into required documents and formal reports related to the evaluation results and explains the results of the evaluation to families in a meaningful and usable way
  • Supports and teaches parents positive ways of facilitating skill development in receptive and expressive language, oral motor, feeding, early language development and augmentative communication at home and family settings
  • Solicits input from parents to determine needs and desires for the child to participate in developmental activities that are meaningful in their lives by considering: a) the child’s communication abilities and limitations in the context of their developmental functioning in cognitive, social and motor domains; b) the communication features of the tasks the child and family wish to perform; and c) the characteristics of the environment in which communication occurs

Application Deadline: Open recruitment
Commences: July/Aug 2020
Starting Salary: Salary based on education and experience. See salary schedule here: https://www.clackesd.org/userfiles/LicensedSalarySchedule.pdf. (Scroll to 2020-2021 schedule.)
Location  Clackamas, Oregon
Contact Organization Website: https://www.clackesd.org/employment/?category=Licensed
Posted  August 27, 2020
   
Category  Speech-Language Pathology
Job Title  SLP AAC Specialist
Description

SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST – AUGMENTATIVE ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION (AAC) - Do you want to make a difference in the world? Do you want to help individuals with disabilities communicate using cutting edge technology? PROVAIL is the leader of assistive technology in the PNW and we are looking for a new team member to join our dynamic Therapeutic & Assistive Technology team! Our mission is to help people with disabilities access the right communication and mobility tools in order to have the opportunity to fulfill their life choices. You will be working with our team of skilled Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, & Assistive Technologists to become a leader in the field of assistive technology & communication. You’ll benefit from a team with a passion for independent thought, mastery of skills, and making a difference in our community.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide AAC evaluations, training, and support for individuals with complex communication needs
  • Manage a dynamic caseload
  • Maintain a daily client schedule working with clients across the lifespan
  • Provide assessment and intervention using telehealth services, in-person services, and/or consultation with school teams
  • Utilize a dynamic continuum of care model
  • Possess operational competence with all AAC equipment including alternative access methods from low tech to high tech
  • Understand and follow all compliance requirements

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:

  • Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Current Washington State license in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Must be self-motivated, detail-oriented, and independent
  • Curious, inquisitive, forward-thinking team member
  • A passion for working with individuals with severe impairments
  • Friendly, team-oriented, welcoming, personable, and caring with a professional attitude
  • Able to communicate with individuals with varying communication and mobility abilities
  • Desire to be an expert in the field of AAC/Assistive Technology
  • Ability to learn new skills, adapt to new situations, and maintain flexibility in a continuously evolving environment
  • Must have own car as some treatment is offsite in various community settings and school districts

SALARY & BENEFITS:
This is a full-time salaried position with a starting pay range from $72,000 – $76,000 depending on experience and qualifications. PROVAIL offers an excellent benefits package including health care, 403(b) retirement plan, and generous paid time off allowances. PROVAIL is committed to increasing diversity and inclusion, and continually working to build an organizational culture and climate in which every voice is valued, staff have a sense of belonging and connection with one another and to the organization, and staff feel empowered to do their best work. We encourage people of color, LGBTQ people, and individuals with disabilities to apply for this position. 

Location  Seattle, Washington
Contact To apply:  Email cover letter and resume to jobs@provail.org with SLP in subject line
Posted August 19, 2020
   
   



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