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Category Speech-Language Pathologist
Job Title School Speech Language Pathologist
Description Supplemental Health Care is Partnering with local School districts to provide School and Early Intervention Speech Language Pathologists in Oregon. 

We have several Full-Time openings available starting now thru Mid June 2018 with option of possible extension into the 2018-2019 school year. 

3 Full-Time openings available: 

1 SLP K-12 population in Woodburn,
1 SLP Early Intervention age 3-5 in Salem
1 SLP Early Intervention age 3-5 in McMinnville. 

Position details: 
- 8 hour shift
- Target Start Date: ASAP thru 6/14/18
- Assignment Length: 13 weeks
- Shift: Days
- Paid weekly - Get customized pay packages
- Possible extension for SLPs for the 2018-2019 school year

Call us for immediate consideration at 503-443-1019.
Location: Salem, OR
Organization Website: http://www.supplementalhealthcare.com/location/portland
Location Salem, Oregon
Contact Call us for immediate consideration at 503-443-1019.
Organization Website: http://www.supplementalhealthcare.com/location/portland
Category Speech-Language Pathologist
Job Title Feeding and Disability Specialist
Description SPOON is seeking an experienced SLP or OT to serve as our Feeding and Disability Specialist. As a key member of the program team, s/he designs, develops, and implements SPOON’s feeding training, assessments, and interventions, primarily through Count Me In, SPOON’s digital assessment and intervention app. S/he performs feeding assessments internationally in orphanages and other low-resource settings and trains caregivers, internationally and domestically, on best feeding practices for typically-developing children and children with disabilities. S/he collaborates extensively with SPOON’s technical team to improve and expand Count Me In and the program around its delivery and support. S/he also represents SPOON through participation in working groups, collaborations, and joint projects with organizations that support SPOON’s mission.

This full-time, exempt position is based in Portland, OR, and requires international travel throughout the year. Please view the full job description on SPOON's website at http://spoonfoundation.com/about/careers/

• SLP or OTR/L (master’s or doctoral level only).
• At least 5+ years’ experience with feeding, with a focus on feeding infants and children with developmental disabilities.
• Experience in developing curriculum and providing feeding training in situ and in a classroom setting.
• Exceptional trainer, highly skilled at transferring knowledge to diverse adult audiences.
• Thorough practical understanding of best practices in feeding typically-developing infants and children with disabilities, including those with cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, cleft lip/palate, autism, and related disabilities.
• Comfortable with technology.
• Works well within a team and also independently. 
• Ability to communicate effectively with diverse stakeholders, including funders, policy makers, professionals from various fields, and project beneficiaries.
• Ability to travel up to 15% of the time across the United States and internationally. International trips are typically 1-3 weeks long.
• Ability to work in sometimes uncomfortable low-resource settings. Willingness to work potentially long days in the field, a flexible attitude, and the ability to handle the unexpected.
• Strong written communication skills. Grant and proposal writing skills a plus.
Entrepreneurial attitude, results-driven, and organized.
Location  Portland, OR
Contact  HOW TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter, résumé/CV, and completed application to hiring@spoonfoundation.org. Please address the characteristics of a successful candidate, as well as your qualifications, in your cover letter.
Location: Portland, OR
Organization Website: http://spoonfoundation.com/
Category  Faculty
Job Title  Clinical Assistant Professor, Speech Language Pathology

9 Month, Part-Time

Faculty Non-Tenure Track
Division of Health Sciences

Idaho State University

Primary Purpose

Serve as half-time clinical faculty in the Speech-Language Pathology program.

Key Responsibilities

Clinical teaching in the Speech and Language Clinic on the Pocatello campus; Student advising; Supervision at community health fairs and other screening venues; Serving on committees at all levels; Recruiting clients to our clinics; Involvement in creative scholarship as appropriate to clinical faculty position; Based on experience and interest, the individual may also teach undergraduate classes in the future.

Minimum Qualifications

Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology, eligibility for Idaho license in Speech-Language Pathology, ASHA CCC-SLP, potential for excellence in mentoring students; demonstrated success in team situations.

Preferred Qualifications

Three to five years experience after earning CCC; Expertise with one of the more of the following: autism, AAC, hearing loss, voice; Expertise with pediatrics across a variety of communication disorders; Experience in university teaching (on campus or online) and clinical research; Demonstrated professional leadership.

Please submit the following documents with your application:

Letter of interest, Resume, Unofficial transcripts (Official transcripts and credentials will be required for the successful candidate.). Additionally, please arrange for three (3) letters of recommendation to be submitted to hanswen2@isu.edu.

Priority consideration will be given to applications received by February 19, 2018. However, the position will remain open until filled. Salary will be commensurate with education and experience. Includes a competitive benefits package. Offers of employment may be conditional pending successful completion of a background investigation.

Location Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho

Apply online at https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=596


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