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Category  Speech-Language Pathology
Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist - Tualatin Early Childhood Center
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 Appropriate Oregon Licensure for Speech Language Pathologist.
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.

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

1. Works collaboratively with parents and staff in support of the child’s total educational program.
2. Case Management duties: Evaluation Reports; progress reports; transition reports; maintain ongoing contact records and therapy notes from the time the student enters the program until the student is dismissed from speech/language therapy or leaves the program; attend staff meetings; determine schedule for service delivery; drive between locations as required.
3. Screen and identify communication disorders in children with special needs. Evaluate articulation, voice, fluency, and language impairments. Act as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in evaluating children.
4. Interprets evaluation data to design an individualized plan for Speech/Language treatment. Re-evaluates plan according to IEP or IFSP timelines. Re-evaluates eligibility every 3 years or as needed.
5. Implements treatment plan for individuals or groups. Provides training and supervision to instructional assistants, Speech Language Pathology Assistants, and others within the educational plan.
6. Documents appropriate information as required (i.e., written evaluations, test results, progress reports, notes, and other child records). Maintains confidentiality.
7. Collaborates with other professional and general staff members to coordinate, schedule and implement Speech/Language therapy goals and objectives within the educational plan.
8. Serves as resource for Speech/Language related information for parents, school staff and teachers.
9. Maintains communication with other professionals, general staff members, parents and other public and
private agencies related to child's needs, progress and safety.
10. Keeps current in standards of practice to provide best service to the child. Maintains professional growth and development.

Location  Tualatin Early Childhood Center, Tualatin, Oregon
Contact Organization Website: https://www.nwresd.org/about-us/careers
Posted  January 11, 2021
   
Category  Speech-Language Pathology
Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist - Scappoose School District
Description 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.

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, communicating evaluation results with families, developing IFSPs, and connecting parents with resources to support their children's development.

QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Required:

1. Holds Appropriate Oregon Licensure for Speech-Language Pathologist
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.

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

1. Works collaboratively with parents and staff in support of the child’s total educational program.
2. Case Management duties: Evaluation Reports; progress reports; transition reports; maintain ongoing contact records and therapy notes from the time the student enters the program until the student is dismissed from speech/language therapy or leaves the program; attend staff meetings; determine schedule for service delivery; drive between locations as required.
3. Screen and identify communication disorders in children with special needs. Evaluate articulation, voice, fluency, and language impairments. Act as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in evaluating children.
4. Interprets evaluation data to design an individualized plan for Speech/Language treatment. Re-evaluates plan according to IEP or IFSP timelines. Re-evaluates eligibility every 3 years or as needed.
5. Implements treatment plan for individuals or groups. Provides training and supervision to instructional assistants, Speech Language Pathology Assistants, and others within the educational plan.
6. Documents appropriate information as required (i.e., written evaluations, test results, progress reports, notes, and other child records). Maintains confidentiality.
7. Collaborates with other professional and general staff members to coordinate, schedule and implement Speech/Language therapy goals and objectives within the educational plan.
8. Serves as resource for Speech/Language related information for parents, school staff and teachers.
9. Maintains communication with other professionals, general
Location  Scappoose School District, Scappoose, Oregon
Contact Organization Website: https://www.nwresd.org/about-us/careers
Posted  January 11, 2021
   
Category  Speech-Language Pathology
Job Title  Speech-Language Pathologist - Columbia Service Center
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 Appropriate Oregon Licensure for Speech Language Pathologist
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.

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

1. Works collaboratively with parents and staff in support of the child’s total educational program.
2. Case Management duties: Evaluation Reports; progress reports; transition reports; maintain ongoing contact records and therapy notes from the time the student enters the program until the student is dismissed from speech/language therapy or leaves the program; attend staff meetings; determine schedule for service delivery; drive between locations as required.
3. Screen and identify communication disorders in children with special needs. Evaluate articulation, voice, fluency, and language impairments. Act as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in evaluating children.
4. Interprets evaluation data to design an individualized plan for Speech/Language treatment. Re-evaluates plan according to IEP or IFSP timelines. Re-evaluates eligibility every 3 years or as needed.
5. Implements treatment plan for individuals or groups. Provides training and supervision to instructional assistants, Speech Language Pathology Assistants, and others within the educational plan.
6. Documents appropriate information as required (i.e., written evaluations, test results, progress reports, notes, and other child records). Maintains confidentiality.
7. Collaborates with other professional and general staff members to coordinate, schedule and implement Speech/Language therapy goals and objectives within the educational plan.
8. Serves as resource for Speech/Language related information for parents, school staff and teachers.
9. Maintains communication with other professionals, general staff members, parents and other public and
private agencies related to child's needs, progress and safety.
10. Keeps current in standards of practice to provide best service to the child. Maintains professional growth and development.
11. Maintain regular and consistent attendance and punctuality
12. Work collaboratively and communicate effectively with staff and customers at all organizational levels
Location  Columbia County Service Center, St. Helens, Oregon
 Contact Organization Website: https://www.nwresd.org/about-us/careers
 Posted  January 11, 2021
   
 Category  Speech-Language Pathology
 Job Title  Speech/Language Pathologist (Early Childhood)
 Description Willamette Education Service District is accepting applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) Speech/Language Specialist position. Successful candidate will work as a member of the Special Education Department's Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Program and will follow a 215-day calendar. This position will be based at the Willamette ESD Marion Center in Salem, OR and will begin as soon as possible upon conclusion of the selection process.

View job description HERE: https://www.wesd.org/cms/lib/OR01915639/Centricity/domain/20/formsanddocuments/job%20descriptions%20-%20licensed/Speech%20Language%20Specialist.pdf

 Location  Salem, Oregon
 Contact To be considered for employment, applicant must apply online directly through Willamette ESD's website; submitting an application and/or resume through Facebook 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  January 6, 2021
   
Category  Clinical Fellowship
Job Title  LEND Speech Pathology 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. Clinical training occurs at the Child Development & Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) Clinics at Doernbecher Children's Hospital/Oregon Health & Science University. Training experiences include interdisciplinary team assessments in the Craniofacial, Feeding, Autism, Down Syndrome, Child Development, and Neurodevelopment Clinics. The fellowship also includes treatment of children with communication disorders at community placements or at the CDRC clinics. Our annual LEND program includes a cohort of approximately 16 long term trainees from 12 disciplines, including speech-language pathology.

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


How to apply
Applicants must be a US Citizen or have a permanent residency Visa, have the minimum of a master's degree in speech-language pathology, a conditional license to practice in the state of Oregon (can be arranged after acceptance into the program), and meet all the requirements for clinical certification except the Clinical Fellowship. Oregon Health & Science University is committed to building a culturally diverse educational environment, and successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse community populations. Applicants must be able to pass a background check and a drug screen.
Applicants must submit:

  1. A letter of intent including background and areas of interest;
  2. A resume; 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 January 31, 2021 to be considered.

Location  Portland, Oregon
Contact Please see https://www.ohsu.edu/lend/lend-speech-language-pathology-fellowship for a full description and terms.
Posted  December 29, 2020
   



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