We are a pediatric private practice looking for an SLP that is able to work independently. We have a great presence in the community and would love an SLP that is able to provide the highest quality services with confidence.
About our practice: About half of the caseload is 0-5 early intervention and the other half is over 5 years old. We are located inside the Arc Family Center, which is a building that serves people with disabilities. We accept most insurances and private pay.
Hours will start at about 15 contact hours and can turn into more if desired. Schedule is flexible.
Selected candidate will begin working 60-90 days after acceptance due to the time it takes to be added to insurance companies' panels.
Candidate must hold their ASHA and WA state licensures for Speech Language Pathologist. This is an independent contractor position.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, we would like to be sure it is a good fit.
PROMPT and/or Oromyofunctional Therapy experience is a plus.
Clear Talk Speech and Language Therapy, Vancouver, Washington
The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Pacific University seeks a candidate for a full-time, extended term position (10- or 11-month annually) position as a Clinical Assistant Professor in speech-language pathology, beginning in Summer 2020.
Clinical Faculty members become full participants in the success of the graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology and within the overall mission of the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Responsibilities may include: (a) coordinate and facilitate clinical placements in medical and other settings; (b) develop and sustain excellent relationships with clinical sites and supervisors; (c) provide direct supervision, mentoring, and advising of graduate students in speech-language pathology; (d) teach students and support student learning in academic and clinical coursework; (e) participate in active research such as program evaluation or other forms of scholarly activities; (f) participate in program development consistent with the strategic goals of the School of CSD; and (g) active engagement in service within the school, college, university, and to the profession.
Minimum of an earned master’s degree, clinical certification (CCC-SLP), licensure in the State of Oregon (by start date), successful completion of federal background check, demonstrated clinical and disciplinary expertise, eligibility to work in the United States, and at least five years of professional experience in the United States is required.
Preferred candidates will have experience in supervision of graduate students in speech-language pathology, clinical or administrative experience relevant to practice in medical settings, previous teaching experience, and/or expertise in areas of practice with adult or pediatric medically-related communication disorders, including dysphagia, FEES, head and neck cancer, AAC, and/or working with bilingual, multilingual, or other diverse populations. Priority will be given to candidate’s contribution to the diversity of the faculty, including linguistic diversity, in the college’s quest to promote and achieve equity.
Applicants interested in this exciting opportunity should submit the following documents; a letter of application responsive to the job description and responsibilities, curriculum vitae, transcripts, statement of teaching philosophy with a focus in clinical teaching and supervision (maximum of 2 pages), and names and contact information for three professional reference. Review of applications will begin in March 2020 with priority review of applications received by March 15 and will continue until position is filled. Salary and benefits package are competitive. For more information: continue until position is filled. Salary and benefits package are competitive. Employment is contingent upon eligibility to work in the US.
The Speech Pathology Group (SPG) is currently seeking SLPs, 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:
Clinical Supervision and Mentoring for EACH employee
Diagnostic and Therapy Tools, “SLP Kit for CFs,” “AAC Success Kit”
AAC Mentorship Program (includes AAC Internship Year)
Special Interest Group Membership – Culturally, Linguistically Different SIG, Behavior SIG, AAC SIG
Monthly Free In-House CEUs (live and remote)
Professional Dues Reimbursement, Therapy Supply Monies
Medical, Dental, Life & Liability
401 (k) with Employer Match
Immediate FT and PT Positions Available:
Speech-Language Pathologists (CFs Welcome)
Speech-Language Pathology Assistants
Clinical Fellowship & SLPA Supervisors
Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologists
San Francisco, Sacramento, Fresno, Tracy, and Walnut Creek, California
Call Mary Piermarini at (925) 945-1474 x129 or email at Mary@speechpath.com for more information.
February 28, 2020
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