Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist and Feeding/Swallowing Specialist
The Institute on Development & Disability (IDD)/Child Development & Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) is seeking a full time Speech-Language Pathologist with experience serving children with complex conditions, with a specific interest and focus on children with feeding/swallowing disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, and/or cleft palate and craniofacial disorders. The SLP will hold a minimum of a master’s degree in SLP. Doctoral degree and a minimum of 10+ years pediatric clinical experience preferred. Preference for an SLP with experience working on interdisciplinary teams, utilizing a family-centered model of care. Must hold current CCC/SLP and hold or be eligible for Oregon SLP license.
The SLP in this position will provide diagnostic evaluation, treatment and consultative services for patients of the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center at Doernbecher Children's Hospital, participating in many of CDRC’s interdisciplinary clinics. The SLP will be responsible for evaluation, team collaboration, and family feedback. The SLP will participate in follow-up treatment of CDRC clinic patients. The SLP will also participate in clinical education of practicum students, interns, and fellows completing training in the CDRC programs.
NW Speech Therapy, a well established pediatric private practice located in Vancouver, WA, is currently seeking qualified Speech-Language Pathologists to join our current team of pediatric therapists. This is an exciting opportunity to join a stable and growing team in a work environment that provides job satisfaction working with a rewarding caseload of young children and their families. We provide intervention to a diverse pediatric population ranging from 18 months to 18 years. We have part-time and full-time employment opportunities available including weekends (although weekends are not required for the position).
Hourly pay rate: Based on years of experience. Includes Benefits.
Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology
Washington State Speech Language Pathologist License
American Speech Hearing Language Association Certificate of Clinical Competence
At least 1 year Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology experience working with a variety of disorders
A playful therapy approach with a passion to work with children
Good documentation and writing skills
Strong organizational skills, self-initiative and desire for ongoing learning
A family-centered approach to intervention and strong collaborative skills
Knowledge of the principles, practices, methods and techniques of speech-language therapy
NW Speech Therapy, LLC is fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing, and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender identity, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.
Interested candidates are encouraged to email a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
October 7, 2019
The Speech Pathology Group (SPG) is currently seeking SLPs, CF/ SLPA Supervisors, ATs and AAC specialists to join our professional team. Rooted in California, SPG offers unlimited opportunities to jump start your career or, if looking for a change, to take your career to new heights! SPG’s widespread recognition for providing quality diagnostic and intervention services is a direct result of its dedication to providing all employees with a unique mentoring program, offering frequent and relevant professional growth opportunities and maintaining strong, collaborative client relationships. SPG is small enough to provide 1:1 collegial support, but also large enough to provide comprehensive compensation packages and opportunities for career advancement.
With varied positions throughout California, why not expand your horizons and take advantage of ALL that SPG can offer:
• Student Loan Pay-Down Program
• Local Clinical Supervision and Mentoring for EACH employee
• Diagnostic and Therapy Tools, “SLP Kit for CFs,” “AAC Success Kit”
• Orientation Trainings for New SLPs and Clinical Supervisors
• AAC Mentorship Program (includes AAC Internship Year)
• Special Interest Group Membership – Culturally, Linguistically Diverse SIG, Behavior SIG, AAC SIG
• Monthly Free In-House CEUs (live and remote)
• Professional Dues Reimbursement, Therapy Supply Monies
• Medical, Dental, Vision
• 401 (k) with Employer Match
• Life Insurance
• Professional Liability Insurance
• Employee Assistance Counseling Program
Immediate FT and PT Positions Available:
• Speech-Language Pathologists (CFs Welcome)
• Speech-Language Pathology Assistants
• Clinical Fellowship & SLPA Supervisors
• Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologists
• AAC Specialists
• AT Specialists
San Francisco, Sacramento, Fresno, Tracy, Walnut Creek, California
The Speech and Hearing Sciences Department at Portland State University invites applications for a non tenure-track position at the Assistant Clinical Professor level, beginning December 16, 2019. This core SPHR faculty member will provide academic and clinical instruction in the area of speech-language pathology and will coordinate pediatric medical externships. This is a 1.0 FTE 9 month position with full benefits.
Responsibilities include contributing to pediatric and medical academic and clinical instruction in the following areas:
Undergraduate and/or graduate academic teaching. Instruction includes five to six courses per year (one to two courses per term) related to pediatric topics, including specialty medical and speech sound disorder topics.
Clinic coordination and supervision, including related seminars for speech-language pathology graduate students related to pediatric clinical populations. Clinically related activities will be conducted at PSU’s Speech and Language Clinic and could be conducted in the community in the future, as appropriate.
Clinical externship coordination for graduate students, including maintenance and development of on-going relationships and contracts with off-campus externship sites.
Perform regular university and departmental administrative and service duties, including committee work, graduate selection, comprehensive exam review, advising, curriculum/program development, and graduation and orientation events.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
● Active involvement in enhancement and development of SPHR program.
● Create an environment that acknowledges, encourages, and celebrates differences.
● Function and communicate effectively and respectfully within the context of varying beliefs, behaviors, orientations, identities, and cultural backgrounds.
● Seek opportunities to gain experience working and collaborating in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive setting with a willingness to change for continual improvement.
● Adhere to all of PSU’s policies including the policies on Prohibited Discrimination & Harassment and the Professional Standards of Conduct.
● Have and maintain a current speech-language pathology license from the state of Oregon, or eligible for such license. Must obtain license prior to hire date (as required by the state of Oregon).
● Earned master’s degree in speech-language pathology.
● Minimum of 3 years, broad-scope clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist required.
Priority will be given to those candidates who have
- at least 4 years of post-certification clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist.
- post-certification clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist in a pediatric medical setting.
- clinical and/or teaching experience at the higher education level in one or more of the following areas: Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Cleft Palate and/or Craniofacial Disorders, Speech Sound Disorders, Anatomy and Physiology, Voice Disorders, Pediatric Swallowing Disorders, and related coursework.
- demonstrated use of evidence-based practice methodologies in assessment and treatment.
- Previous supervisory experience with university students.
Clinical certification from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensure in the state of Oregon in speech-language pathology are required.
The starting annual salary rate for this position will be competitive with an excellent benefits package including 95% premium paid healthcare; a generous retirement and vacation package; and reduced tuition rates for employee, spouse or dependent at any of the Oregon Public Universities.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a statement describing academic and clinical teaching experience, interests, and approach, and the names and contact information for three professional references to https://jobs.hrc.pdx.edu/postings/30779. Questions about this position may be directed to Deanna Britton, Seach Committee Chair, email@example.com.
The nonprofit Tucker Maxon School is seeking a full time (or close to full time) Pediatric Audiologist to start on Sept 5. We are looking for a skilled and professional individual to be part of our team. The Audiologist will work with approximately 40 children who are deaf or hard of hearing daily for about 10 months per year and have most of the summer off! The Audiologist will also work with alumni, and the sometimes the public with clients up to age 26. This position is Exempt and reports to the Principal.
Tucker Maxon has been on the list of the Top 100 Nonprofits to work for three years in a row. This is your opportunity to become part of an amazing and dedicated team of individuals. Our independent school currently has 105 students and 32 dedicated 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.
· AuD in Audiology, with emphasis in Pediatric Audiology
· Audiologist License, State of Oregon
· Experience programming cochlear implants with the pediatric population
· Experience working in an educational setting preferred
· Credentialed to bill most major health insurance companies (or will be within first year)
· High standards of professional competence (continuing education, code of ethics)
Roles and Responsibilities
· Provide a high standard of audiological service that includes the following: audiological assessment on a regular basis, daily listening checks, and daily check of amplification and cochlear implant devices
· Work with outsourced billing service to bill health insurance companies for clinical services
· Collaborate with team to write annual IFSP/IEP goals and document progress toward goals for each student 3-4 times per year
· Attend IFSP/IEP meetings and discuss results of assessment, progress, and future goals with families
· Evaluate a student’s need for and benefit from technology at least one time per year
· Provide training opportunities on new technology for staff, students, and families as part of the school’s commitment to best practices
· Provide access to appropriate equipment to troubleshoot and maintain various amplification/cochlear implant devices used by the students to ensure access to the full curriculum at all times
· Communicate effectively with related professionals, families and school staff (cochlear implant team, child’s managing audiologist, mainstream school placement) to ensure best outcomes for children
· Co-manage data entry and analysis related to the national Listening and Spoken Language Data Repository (LSL-DR)
· Report screening, evaluation, and Early Intervention (EI) enrollment information to the Oregon EHDI program
· Demonstrate unconditional respect for children and their well-being without regard to race, religion, socioeconomic, gender and physical limitations in policies, actions and interactions
· Honor every family’s right to privacy and confidentiality in all communications and record keeping, and respect authorized parents/family’s right to access their child’s records
· Participate in all required staff meetings, in-service sessions, conferences, and special events
· Assist and guide public school agencies and medical specialists in planning, evaluation, and treatment
· Screen hearing of all students annually
· Submit a brief monthly report to the Executive Director to include in a summary report to the Board
· Positive, can do attitude
· Demonstrate warmth, interest, and respect for all students
· Professional, confidential, and discrete
· Sense of humor
Stand, walk, sit, talk/listen, reach with hands and arms
Lift up to 40 pounds
Drive to Portland area meetings/events
Compensation: $50-60K, DOE, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the subject line "Pediatric Audiologist." Candidates are encouraged to apply sooner as interviews will begin before the deadline. Tucker Maxon School is an equal opportunity employer.
August 13, 2019
The nonprofit Tucker Maxon School is seeking a full time Speech-Language Pathologist to start September 5. We are looking for a skilled and professional individual to be part of our team. The SLP will work with approximately 30 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 three years in a row. This is your opportunity to become part of an amazing and dedicated team of individuals. Our independent school currently has 105 students and 32 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.
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
Roles and Responsibilities
Evaluate, diagnose, and treat the speech skills of preschool and elementary students with hearing loss
Monitor children’s progress and ensure the efficacy of the program in meeting goals
Work with outsourced billing service to bill health insurance companies for clinical services
Collect, analyze, and document assessment data quarterly and annually
Collaborate with team to write annual IFSP/IEP speech, language, listening, and advocacy goals
Document progress on IFSP/IEP goals for each student 3-4 times per year
Attend IFSP/IEP meetings and discuss results of assessment, progress, and future goals
Document each speech therapy session’s activities and progress
Communicate regularly with each child’s parents to help them achieve goals at home
Co-manage and enter assessment data into the national LSL-DR database
Supervise observations, graduate student practicums, and Fellows as appropriate
Conduct daily listening checks with the staff audiologist and resolve basic equipment issues
Help organize and conduct parent education events (e.g., Transitioning to a New School)
Demonstrate respect and positive relationships with parents, educators, and administration
Manage a budget to keep assessments and protocols up to date and purchase educational materials for use in treatment
Coordinates preschool LENA (Language ENvironment Analysis) recordings both at school and home
Educate program staff members about each child’s speech and language skills, and how they can support speech and language development
Provide students a balance between practice activities and “testing” to see if a child understands and/or produces the targeted response
Participate in all required staff meetings, in-service sessions, conferences, and IFSP/IEP meetings
Assist with student recess and lunch supervision duties
Assist and guide public school agencies and medical specialists in planning evaluation and treatment.
Screen speech and language of all preschoolers and kindergartners annually
Submit a monthly report to the Executive Director to include in a monthly report to the Board
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
Standing, walking, sitting, talking/listening, reaching with hands and arms
Lifting up to 40 pounds
Drive to Portland area meetings/events
Compensation: $50-55K, DOE, 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 email@example.com. Please use the subject line "Speech-Language Pathologist." Candidates are encouraged to apply sooner as interviews will begin before the deadline. Tucker Maxon School is an equal opportunity employer. Please see our diversity, equity, and inclusion statement on our website.
August 13, 2019
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