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 Category  Speech-Language Pathologist
 Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist, Part-time
 Description

Small private practice seeking part-time Speech Language Pathologist 2+ days a week. We are a clinic located in Canby, OR specializing in Pediatrics with a few adult patients as well. This position's hours may increase as client base grows. Come grow with us!

Check out our mission: www.speechwithsarah.com

Job Requirements: Provide direct therapy services and evaluations, Communicate/collaborate with medical professionals and parents, Provide timely documentation of therapy sessions, evaluation reports and progress reports

Education: Masters Degree.

Licensure/Certification: Current applicable state license as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) required. Certificate of Clinical Competence from American Speech and Hearing Association. CPR certification recommended.

Skill Requirements: Exceptional verbal and written skills.Demonstrates competency to set own schedule, work independently. Excellent organizational skills. Strong computer skills. Ability to perform bilingual services is a plus (may include an increased contract rate)

 Location  Canby, OR
 Contact www.speechwithsarah.com
 2.12.2019  
 Category  Speech-Language Pathology
 Job Title  School Speech-Language Pathologist
 Description Supplemental Health Care is partnering with school-based groups in Salem and Portland to provide SLP-CCCs.  We currently have four openings for school-based programs in Oregon.  The SLP positions start immediately and end mid-June 2019.  There is also possible extension into the 2019-2020 school year. 


Have you had a desire to work in the schools?  This is your chance.  Our clients will consider SLPs who have worked in acute or outpatient with pediatric clients.  We will consider new graduate SLPs with their CCCs that have had school or pediatric internships.

Portland area: 32 hours per week K-12 to start asap through mid-June

Portland area: 24 hours per week middle school to start asap through mid-June

Salem area: 40 hours per week Early Intervention age 3 - 5 to start asap through mid-June

McMinnville area: 40 hours per week Early Intervention age 3-5 to start asap through mid-June

We are offering an outstanding referral bonus as well.  $1,000.00 for SLP-CCC referral after the referred SLP works 450 hours.  That is just three months' full-time and then you get a great referral bonus.

 Location  Portland, Salem, and McMinnville
 Contact  The positions go quickly so call Valerie today at 503-443-1019
 1.15.2019  
 Category  Speech-Language Pathology
 Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist for Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education (EI/ESCE)
 Description  Minimum requirements:

1. A Master’s degree or higher.

2. One of the following:• Speech Language Pathology License as issued by the Oregon Board of Examiners in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology or if licensed before 2015.• Oregon Teaching License with Communication Disorders endorsement and American Speech and Hearing Association, Certificate of Clinical Competency in Speech Language Pathology, or actively pursuing this Certificate.

3. Demonstrated successful experience in special education, including work with high needs populations.

4. Successful experience working with children birth – 5 years old.

5. Effective oral and written communication skills.

6. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the LBL Board of Directors/Superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable.

For a complete job description and to apply, please visit our website at http://www.lblesd.k12.or.us/employment

 Location  Linn and Benton Counties
 Contact

For a complete job description and to apply, please visit our website at http://www.lblesd.k12.or.us/employment

 1.16.2019  
Category  Speech-Language Pathology
 Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist, part-time (4 - 7 hours/week)
Description

We are looking for an independent, well-rounded, and motivated therapist to join our team; there is the potential to grow into a full-time position.  As a member of this growing practice, the SLP will have the opportunity to continue developing our community programs and partner relationships and to have flexibility and creativity.

We have initiated SPEAK OUT! and the new SLP can become certified in this approach. The SLP will have the opportunity to work with a broad array of interesting diagnoses and clients who are motivated to improve. Scheduling and billing is taken care of by other team members. CEU reimbursement applies for this position. 

The SLP will be expected to learn and maintain best coding and documentation practices that improve reimbursement. They will adhere to ASHA’s code of ethics and scope of practice, as well as use evidence-based treatments in order to provide relevant and high-quality services. 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Two years' experience working with the adult population in an outpatient or private practice setting
  • Areas of specialty (e.g., AAC, cognition, TBI, aphasia, etc.) 
  • Experience with diverse client populations. 
  • Second language competency
  • Willingness to participate in community and marketing events
  • Professional communication style and organizational skills
  • Reliable
  • Willingness to evolve skills and pursue professional growth

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree from an accredited Speech-Language Pathology program
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • Oregon License in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Six months experience working with the adult population
  • Two professional references.

Salary dependent upon experience.

Eugene Speech Therapy LLC is committed to providing compassionate and evidence-based care in the Southern Willamette Valley. Our private practice serves adults and aims to improve the lives of our clients with the latest therapeutic techniques, and by offering community outreach programs.  We provide treatment for voice, language, articulation, cognition, and swallowing disorders. We also see clients for accent modification, transgender voice, NMES, an online aphasia group, high-tech AAC, and SPEAK OUT!®

 Location  Eugene, Oregon
 Contact  www.eugenespeechtherapy.com
 1.24.2019  
 Category  Speech-Language Pathology
 Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN
 Description

We are looking for independent, well-rounded, and motivated therapists to join our private practice.

We have initiated SPEAK OUT! and the new SLPs can become certified in this approach.  The SLP will have the opportunity to work with a broad array of interesting diagnoses and clients who are motivated to improve.  Scheduling and billing is taken care of by other team members.

The SLP will be expected to learn and maintain best coding and documentation practices that improve reimbursement. They will adhere to ASHA’s code of ethics and scope of practice, as well as use evidence-based treatments in order to provide relevant and high-quality services.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Two years' experience working with the adult population in an outpatient or private practice setting
  • Areas of specialty (e.g., AAC, cognition, TBI, aphasia, etc.) 
  • Experience with diverse client populations
  • Second language competency-Willingness to participate in community and marketing events
  • Professional communication style and organizational skills
  • Reliable
  • Willingness to evolve skills and pursue professional growth

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree from an accredited Speech-Language Pathology program
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • Oregon License in Speech-Language Pathology
  • One year experience working with the adult population
  • Two professional references

Salary dependent upon experience.

Eugene Speech Therapy LLC is committed to providing compassionate and evidence-based care in the Southern Willamette Valley. Our private practice serves adults and aims to improve the lives of our clients with the latest therapeutic techniques, and by offering community outreach programs. We provide treatment for voice, language, articulation, cognition, and swallowing disorders. We also see clients for accent modification, transgender voice, NMES, an online aphasia group, high-tech AAC, and SPEAK OUT!®.

 Location  Eugene, Oregon
 Contact  www.eugenespeechtherapy.com
 1.24.2019  
 Category  Speech-Language Pathologist (school-based)
 Job Title  Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist
 Description

As a member of an educational team, the SLP’s goal is to facilitate a child’s/student’s communication competence, which is critical for positive educational outcomes. A core role of the SLP is to participate on a variety of teams, which involves team decision making in the area of general education intervention, evaluation, eligibility, and services. SLP’s plan and implement on-going speech and language programs / services in conjunction with other educational services provided by the school districts. SLP’s work with students who exhibit the full range of communication disorders, including those involving language, articulation (speech sound disorders), fluency, voice/resonance, and swallowing.

QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Required:

  1. Requires Oregon Teaching License with Speech Impaired endorsement or State of Oregon Licensing Board’s Speech Pathology License.
  2. Master’s degree in Speech/Language Pathology.
  3. Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-Speech) or Oregon Licensure in Speech Pathology.
  4. Experience with children with a variety of disabilities and needs.
  5. Oregon driver’s license with accompanying automobile insurance.
  6. Personal vehicle for travel throughout the geographic area of assignment.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS include the following. Performs some or all of the following tasks, other duties may be assigned:

  1. Ensure that all students receive high quality, culturally, and linguistically sensitive competent services.
  2. Demonstrate awareness, knowledge, and sensitivity in the area of language acquisition with linguistically and/or culturally diverse populations.
  3. Provide intervention that is appropriate to the age and learning needs of individual students and is selected through an evidence-based decision-making process in accordance with the IEP/IFSP documentation.
  4. Design school-wide speech-language services that employ a continuum of service delivery models in the least restrictive environment for students with disabilities and implements a variety of service delivery models, including pull-out, in-class, and consultation.
  5. Address social, academic, and vocational needs that have an impact on attainment of educational goals.
  6. Consult and collaborate with teachers and parents to increase access to language in curriculum in order to support development in the area of literacy across the language processes of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
  7. Identify appropriate instructional strategies, modifications, and/or accommodations in collaboration with educational team. 
  8. Identify, implement, and support students with the use of augmentative communication devices.
  9. Maintain appropriate records and reports (if applicable, including Medicaid billing)
  10. Screen and identify communication disorders in children with special needs. 
  11. Act as a member of multi-disciplinary team during the assessment process and evaluate students/children in the area of articulation, voice, fluency, and language impairments. 
  12. Develop and maintain accurate information regarding IEP / IFSP records in accordance to special education and district guidelines, timeline, and processes in order to meet individual student needs.
  13. Prepare and complete documentation in a timely manner: speech and language evaluations, progress reports, transition reports, and student data collection system.
  14. Attend and participate in team, school, and district meetings as necessary
  15. Access and attend professional development to increase knowledge and provide high quality services.
  16. May be involved with mentoring and/or supervision of graduate SLP students, clinical fellows, and/or new SLPs on the team (per licensure guidelines).
  17. May supervise SLP-Assistants and/or paraprofessionals (per licensure guidelines)
  18. Conduct hearing screenings, as necessary 
  19. Drive between locations as required.
  20. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


WORKPLACE EXPECTATIONS

  • Demonstrate support for NWRESD Mission and Values and Strategic Plan Goals
  • Establish and maintain a positive and respectful learning environment and working relationships with students, staff, administration, parents/guardians and community members
  • Work effectively with and respond to people from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • Participate in various meetings for the purpose of receiving information or sharing information and expertise with students, colleagues and parents/guardians
  • Hold expectations for high performance of self
  • Demonstrate computer literacy and operate software programs as related to job responsibilities
  • Maintain accurate, complete and confidential records as required by law and District policy and regulations
  • Maintain the integrity of confidential information relating to a student, family, colleague or NWRESD patron, and use or relay confidential information only in the course of performing assigned responsibilities
  • Follow all laws, District policies, rules, regulations, memos, announcements and reasonable requests by proper authority
  • Maintain regular attendance at work and work activities and punctuality regarding deadlines, meeting attendance and following schedules
  • Work collaboratively with other departments
 Location  NW Regional ESD - Multiple Counties
 Contact  To Apply: https://www.applitrack.com/nwresd/onlineapp/_application.aspx?posJobCodes=1370&posFirstChoice=Licensed&posSpecialty=Speech%20Language%20Pathologist

Visit the www.nwresd.org Careers tab for a complete list of our current job openings.

 1.30.2019  


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