Pediatric SLP Position with Kindering Bellevue

Bellevue, Washington

The city in a park! Home to fine dining, entertainment and shopping, expansive green spaces and cozy neighborhoods, Bellevue is wonderment for the senses. Take in a world class meal, hit the water on Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish, or enjoy impressive seasonal and year-round outlets for fine and performing arts. And when it’s time to get away, you’re only a short drive to renowned Woodinville wine country, U-Pick pumpkin patches and holiday tree farms! Enjoy the best of cosmopolitan city living, on the doorstep of the Puget Sound’s natural beauty, right here in Bellevue!


Life-changing therapies and interventions at Kindering

Since 1962, Kindering has been providing life-changing interventions and therapies for infants and young children with disabilities and their families. Located in the Crossroads neighborhood of Bellevue, Washington, Kindering is at the heart of the rapidly growing Greater Eastside of Seattle. The depth and scope of services provided at Kindering is unmatched. Our core – Early Intervention – helps 2,000 children with disabilities reach critical developmental milestones each year. Additionally, we offer specialized therapies for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, children in foster care, consultation for local childcare centers and other wrap-around programs support families, siblings and caregivers of disabled children. But undoubtedly, according to team members past and present, the best part about a career at Kindering is the people. Our leadership is committed to helping you build your skills through experience and professional development, and we work to foster an environment of growth and collaboration. You will not only gain firsthand experience serving diverse populations, but work closely with Kindering therapists and educators – who bring decades of experience and knowledge to their respective fields. Best of all, you will see the impact of your work: 99% of Kindering children make progress in two or more skill areas; 76% narrow the gap with typically developing peers; and 46% no longer qualify for special education upon graduation from Kindering. Crossroads is situated near downtown Bellevue and three major thoroughfares (I-90, I-405 and SR-520), with quick access to Seattle as well as all points North, South, and East. We are also nearby many major bus routes, and the future East Link Light Rail.


Founded by those we serve

Kindering was founded by five mothers of children with disabilities, and has grown alongside the community we serve. In addition to many longstanding partnerships with other community stewards such as Eastside Pathways, Kindering benefits from a solid reputation in the community. This is the result of decades of proven methods, and undeniable results for these fragile young children.


Why do our Team Members love Kindering?

  • Robust Mentorship and Training Programs
  • Evidence-based, Clinically Intensive Programs
  • Comprehensive Benefit Package
  • Leadership Training
  • Excellent Support and Resources for Your Success!


Where can I learn more or apply?

  • Email your Resume/Cover letter to
  • Go to our website:

CFY Position Available with Variety School, HI

CFY Position Available with Variety School in Honolulu, Hawaii on the island of Oahu
Position begins in late August

Variety is small special needs school with a wide age range of students ages 3 to 22. This school is very unique in that the range of diagnoses, needs, and severity levels are quite diverse.  The Clinical Fellows will have the opportunity to work with special education teachers, counselors as well as an Occupational and gross motor specialist for a true team approach to learning.

This opportunity is open to anybody who would like to live and work in sunny Hawaii!

For more information visit the school’s website:


Ken Koseki, Jr., M.S., CCC-SLP, LLC
Speech and Language Pathologist
7192 Kalanianaole Hwy. Suite A143A #142
Honolulu, HI 96825-1832
Phone: (808) 375-0615
Fax: (808) 396-1495

CFY Position available with Richmond VA

Position Available for CFY 2018 at Richmond VAMC

One (1) Clinical Fellowship Position

Application Deadline March 17, 2017

The Speech-Language Pathology Section at the Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) is pleased to announce one (1) Clinical Fellowship position available for Fiscal Year 2018, with desired start in Summer/Fall 2017.


Clinical Fellows participate in a truly interdisciplinary team approach to evaluate and treat patients served within the medical center.  Patients served cross the age span from young adult through older adult populations.   Primarily, clinical fellows may evaluate and treat communication, cognitive and swallowing disorders related to stroke, a wide variety of medical diagnoses and degenerative diseases, and exposure to patients with traumatic brain injury and polytrauma.  Fellows are active participants in the care of patients in medical and surgical wards, rehabilitation units (acute, subacute), outpatient clinics, and intensive care units.  They participate in interdisciplinary conferences and rounds, family conferences, co-treatments with other service providers, group therapy sessions, and local and national data collection (e.g. FIM and other outcomes measures).  The Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center is a specialty site for Assistive Technology, a TBI Center of Excellence and is one of five recognized Polytrauma Centers in the national VA system.  McGuire VAMC offers CARF-accredited programs in inpatient rehabilitation for amputation, brain Injury, and spinal cord injury, residential transitional rehabilitation for brain Injury, and outpatient brain injury.


Richmond, VA is a diverse city with big city appeal but a small-town feel.  Richmond is well known for its historical sites and excellent art and science museums.   Additionally, Richmond is situated a 2-hour drive from either the beach, the mountains or Washington, DC.


Ranked as one of the “Best Places to Live in the USA”  by U.S News and World Report in 2016, and #3 in Travel and Leisure’s best places to travel in 2015, Richmond offers abundant outdoor life and excellent recreational river access.  Known as “The River City,” the James River park system provides easy access to kayaking on our Class IV rapids, paddle boarding, hiking and much more. Richmond hosted the International Cycling Union’s World Road Cycling Championship in 2015.  Additionally, Richmond boasts world-class dining, numerous festivals, concerts, weekly farmers markets, local craft breweries, and sports such as AA baseball team The Flying Squirrels.


Further information on the Richmond VA Medical Center may be found on the Richmond VA Health Care System website at


This one-year position will be full-time (40hrs/week) and includes full benefits.  Applicants may apply for consideration by submitting a cover letter, resume/vitae, unofficial undergraduate and graduate school transcripts, and three letters of reference.   Applicants may submit these materials via post or email by March 17th to the address below:

McGuire VA Medical Center/ PM&R #117

Attn: Monique Jones, SLP

1201 Broad Rock Blvd

Richmond. VA 23249


For further questions, please contact Monique Jones at

Dr. Yeatman’s Lab is hosting a Tour and Open House on 3/1/17

Wednesday, March 1 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences

Dyslexia is the most prevalent learning disability affecting roughly 10% of the population. The goal of the University of Washington Reading & Dyslexia Research Program is to understand the factors that contribute to reading difficulties and use this knowledge to design innovative, personalized intervention programs. We will be hosting an open house to share our research with anyone who is interested in learning what science has taught us about reading, brain development and dyslexia.

Event Schedule

  • Tour of the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS)
  • Public lecture on reading, the brain and dyslexia by Jason D. Yeatman, Assistant Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Director of the UW Reading & Dyslexia Research Program
  • Introduction to new I-LABS training module: Foundations of Literacy
  • Question and Answer



For registration information

Temporary Part-time Audiologist Position in Portland, OR

Temporary Part-time Audiologist needed for Family Leave coverage

Audiology Center Northwest, LLC.  located in North East Portland, OR has an exciting opportunity for a licensed audiologist with at least 2 years of clinical experience. The ideal candidate would have experience with all major hearing aid brands, be familiar with VES, QTC, and Triwest protocols and already contracted with major insurance companies. For the right candidate contracting and credentialing could be facilitated.


This is an opportunity to showcase your talents and interact with a fantastic group of colleagues and serve a varied and pleasant patient population. Be a part of a mission driven, results orientated team that has fun in supportive and friendly environment.

Clinical Hours would be Monday-Thursday from 8:30am-5pm

Please send resume and salary requirements to:


Stefanie Hines
Office Manager
Audiology Center NW
919 NE 19th Ave #170N
Portland, OR 97232
503-232-1845 Phone
503-719-8209 -Fax

UW SACNAS Meeting – Wed, Feb 15th 5-6 pm in HUB 334

The UW Chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) is hosting its February meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15th from 5 – 6pm in HUB room #334. Come meet other students, faculty, and staff who are dedicated to increasing the representation of underrepresented groups in STEM fields!

Our meetings are open to everyone and feature a different topic each month. This month we are continuing our discussion on the importance of representation and diversity in research with the viewing of a TED talk. Come join us for food, conversation, and hear about exciting outreach opportunities coming up!

UW SACNAS February Meeting:  Wednesday, February 15th from 5 – 6pm  in HUB 334


You can follow us on Facebook, including the meeting’s event page.

Hope you will join us!

Jessica Soto-Rodríguez – President

Aundrey Ragsac – Vice President

Erica Escajeda – Secretary

Karina Diaz – Treasurer

Jeffrey Buenaflor – Historian

Macarena Aloi – National Liaison

CFY Position available with Emory University Department of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery, GA

Head and Neck Cancer and Swallowing Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship at Emory University Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery

The Emory University Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery of the Emory University School of Medicine is offering the opportunity for one highly qualified graduate of an accredited speechlanguage pathology program to complete a 12-month fellowship, beginning September 1, 2017, dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of patients with head and neck cancer and swallowing disorders.

The multidisciplinary Head and Neck Surgery team is staffed by highly skilled specialists in head and neck surgery, microvascular reconstruction, radiation oncology, hematology oncology, speech-language pathology, social work, advanced practitioners, nursing, and many more professionals. The CFY candidate will participate in multidisciplinary tumor boards, radiation oncology chart rounds, inpatient and outpatient care of the head and neck patient, pre-operative counseling, grand rounds and resident rounds, as well as participate in research activities.

Experience and training offered in:

• Clinical swallow evaluations

• Flexible Endoscopic Evaluations of Swallowing at the bedside and in the outpatient clinic

• Modified barium swallow studies

• Tracheostomy management

• Post Laryngectomy Voice Restoration

• Pre operative counseling for Laryngectomy and Free Flap patients

• Prophylactic care for the organ preservation population

• Advanced dysphagia evaluation and therapy in collaboration with a dysphagia specialist

• Multidisciplinary care of the head and neck patient in the inpatient and outpatient settings



The appropriate candidate must have acquired experience in the evaluation and treatment of head and neck cancer patients during their enrollment in a master’s level accredited speech-language pathology program. They must have graduated from this program prior to August of the year they are applying for. The candidate must have a strong academic background as well as reputable recommendations of their clinical skill, initiative, and potential for successfully completing this fellowship. Experience working with head and neck cancer patients and prior clinical exposure to tracheostomy, laryngectomy, and TEP is preferred. Experience in dysphagia evaluation and treatment including modified barium swallows and FEES is advantageous.

Interested candidates should mail the following by February 24, 2017:

• Curriculum vitae

• Three letters of recommendation, including at least one containing informed comments on clinical skill

• Official transcript with documentation of graduation date. Letters from administrators or department chairs will not be accepted.

• Cover letter documenting the applicant’s background and interest in head and neck cancer and swallowing disorders and their goals for a CFY experience

Mail all required materials to:

Meryl Kaufman, M.Ed, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery

Medical Office Tower, 9th floor Suite 4400 550 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA 30308


If you have additional questions, please email

Pediatric SLP-CCC or CFY Positions Available in Idaho

Speech Language Pathologist – Full-time, permanent hire

PEDIATRICS – elementary caseloads; school settings

During summer months, cover outpatient adults and pediatrics

Several school districts in Idaho have contracted with our client and are seeking pediatric SLP candidates to fill their jobs for the school year.  Most caseloads are elementary, but may include students from preK-12.

Some of these will provide supervision for new grads, so we encourage CF’s to apply!

Not for profit employer – patient centered care!

These are full-time permanent hire jobs.  During the summer months, the SLP will work at our client’s outpatient clinic treating pediatrics and adults.

Our client services the surrounding area with school based pediatric speech therapy.  It’s a great opportunity to work with the children during the school year and then at the outpatient clinic during the summer months!

Schedules are flexible: 5 8s per week or 4 10s per week

Total SLP team: 8 SLPs


Salary Range is ~$30 – $46/hour

Plus, Sign-On Bonus and Relocation Package

Fully Benefited (medical, dental, vision) with Paid Time Off and Holidays. Low premiums.


Beautiful Idaho:  a ton to offer all year long!  Unlimited outdoor recreation. Hiking, miles of mountain biking, skiing, hunting, fishing, white water rafting, jet boarding, canoeing, kayaking, ATV, backpacking. Businesses are flourishing in Idaho; so many well-known companies have relocated to Idaho because of its business-friendly environment and low tax rates. It’s a thriving neighborhood with more offerings and amenities than ever before. With more than 100 golf courses amongst the gorgeous Idaho landscape, it’s easy to find a course with the scenery and challenge you’re looking for. Once you come to the area, you never want to leave this affordable cost of living and great quality of life. Live, work and have fun all in the same area.


Please reach out for further details.

Resumes for consideration should be sent to


Patty Wyatt / direct 469.626.5161





Miami VA CFY Posting

The Miami VA Healthcare System, Audiology and Speech Pathology Service is announcing the availability of a full time (40 hours per week) Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) opportunity. This is a temporary appointment for one year. The starting date will be between August and September 2017. The appointment is for 12 months, 2080 hours. The stipend has a base pay of approximately $41,157 plus medical and leave benefits.


Recruitment will begin immediately. Applications will be accepted through April 14, 2017. Interested applicants should submit the following package:

  1. a letter of interest
  2. a resume
  3. graduate transcript (official or unofficial)
  4. Three letters of reference.

Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Selected applicants will be scheduled for interviews.


We are a Level III Polytrauma Clinic Support Team, we provide Telehealth services to the home, our Speech Pathology section interacts closely with a variety of teams including Otolaryngology, Radiology, Nutrition, Geriatrics, Spinal Cord, to name a few. We are part of the CARF accredited acute rehab unit, and work closely with the surgical intensive care and medical intensive care units as well as our Community Living Center.  The Clinical Fellow will have the opportunity to gain experience with instrumental exams (fluoroscopy, FEES, videostroboscopy) as well as various special populations (Head & Neck Cancer, Transgender, alaryngeal speech/tracheoesophageal puncture, cognitive communication impairments, aphasia, dysarthria, ALS/alternative/augmentative communication systems).


We view the CFY as a year of advanced clinical learning.  Anyone interested in working and learning in a fast-paced speech language pathology program with a strong emphasis on evidence based practice who has strong academic credentials and internship experience in a medical setting should contact us.


If you have any questions or would like any additional information about the program, please feel free to email

or call me at 305.575.3148.


Application packets are to be addressed/sent to:



Shara Pegelow, M.S. CCC-SLP

Audiology & Speech Pathology Service (126)

Miami VA Healthcare System

Bruce W. Carter Medical Center

1201 NW 16th Street

Miami, FL 33125


Office:(305) 575-3148

Fax: (305) 575-3360