SLP Position Available with Progress Center, WA

Progress Center has an opening for a pediatric (Ages 0-3) Speech-Language Pathologist. We are searching for a smart, forward-thinking, solution-seeking, flexible, confident individual to join our amazing team. We are a growing neuro-developmental clinic that values a team approach to early intervention. We offer physical, occupational and speech therapy services in addition to education and resource coordination.

Progress Center is a nonprofit organization that has been providing developmental services in the community since 1963.  We pride ourselves
on our ability to change and develop to meet the needs of our clients.  We are committed to a team approach to early intervention and our
staff is fun and creative.

Benefits: Medical/Dental insurance, Life Insurance, Earned Time, Simple IRA and flexible scheduling

Salary: $42-$45/hour

For more information visit:
http://theprogresscenter.org/

Please send resumes to: kharris@theprogresscenter.org

Kara Harris

Executive Director

Progress Center

1600 3rd Avenue, Longview, WA 98632

(360) 425-9810

SLP-CCC or CFY Positions Available in WA

Open to clinical fellows and those without school experience.

Mentorship is available on staff! Please let me know if you

Locations Include:

  • Bothell, WA: SLP needed for a School. Open to CCC and CFY candidates. School experience preferred but not a must. Start ASAP until 6/23/17.
  • Hoquiam, WA- 2 SLP’s. Full time. 37.5 hrs/week. Start May 21, 2017 through the 2017/2018 School Year. Option of ESY. Broad age range.
  • Lakewood, WA: SLPA needed to work full-time at two elementary schools to alleviate current SLP caseloads.
  • Snohomish, WA: Part-time SLP needed. Start/End Dates: ASAP – June, 2017. 4 days per week or 6 hours per day, 5 days per week. Caseload: Elementary autism program.
  • Tacoma, WA: School. Full Time SLP-CCC needed for covering speech needs for Preschool-5 th grade students. Start ASAP!
  • Yakima, WA: 2 Full-Time SLP positions for schools. 35 hours/Week. Caseload about 45 children – mild/moderate.

For more information contact:
Lindsay Joseph (Formerly Palmer)

Staff Rehab

“Better Therapy Staffing”

888.835.0894 Ext. 112

Fax:  949-258-5296

http://staffrehab.com

Register for “Going Public: Sharing Research Beyond the Academy” (4/29, 9-3, Allen Library)

Register for Going Public: Sharing Research Beyond the Academy

President Cauce has encouraged us to share our expertise for the public good but what role can academics play in solving today’s pressing problems?  How can we break out of the cloistered world of academic journals and conferences and share our research with a broad audience? How can we bring facts to the forefront of today’s urgent issues?

 

Join us on Saturday, April 29th from 9am-3pm in the Allen Library South, Research Commons to learn more. This interdisciplinary program will provide faculty and students practical guidance on engaging the public and policy-makers via the press (print & radio), social media, and other venues.  An unconference style lunch is included with registration.

 

Space is limited so register today!

For more information or to register: http://www.washington.edu/calendar/?trumbaEmbed=date%3D20170429#/?i=1

This program is co-sponsored by the UW Libraries, eScience Institute, and the College of the Environment.

SLP-CCC or CFY Position Available with Hermiston School District, OR

HERMISTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

8R Job Posting Title: SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

The Hermiston School District is seeking a full-time Speech Language Pathologist. The successful candidate will provide or assist with identification, diagnostic, therapeutic, and follow-up services for speech, language and/or hearing impaired children. This includes direct instruction, parent and teacher counseling and training, IEP’s, utilization of support aides, and related professional disciplines and the reporting of all services performed. Position begins with the 2017-2018 school year.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders/Sciences. Consideration may be given for Clinical Fellowship (CFY).
  • Possess and maintain valid Speech-Language Pathology licensure through Teacher Standards and Practices and/or Oregon Board of Examiners.
  • American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) Certification, desired.
  • Previous experience with Speech-Language therapy in an educational setting desired.
  • Excellent command of oral and written English language and the ability to communicate and work effectively with others.
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation for on-the-job travel.
  • Ability to effectively work and communicate with students, parents, and school personnel from diverse cultures or backgrounds.
  • Maintain knowledge of current special education procedures, rules, and laws in additional to Oregon statutes regarding Speech-Language Therapy practice.
  • Maintain integrity of confidential information relating to students, staff, or district patrons.
  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the District may find appropriate and acceptable

Application Procedures: The applicant must digitally supply the following items online through Recruit & Hire:

  • On-line application form
  • Cover Letter
  • Professional Resume
  • Letters of Recommendation (3 required) It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure his/her application is complete.

About the District:

The Hermiston School District is the largest district in eastern Oregon, exceeding 5,600 students, and continues to experience steady enrollment growth. It serves students in grades kindergarten through 12 with a broad range of programs from foundational learning skills to comprehensive vocational programs to an exhaustive array of postsecondary college credit bearing opportunities. The school district includes a 9-12 senior high school, two 6-8 middle schools, five K-5 elementary schools, an alternative school, and a robust online learning program option for students and families.

Support for the school district has been strong from the community. In 2001 voters approved a $39 million building program which included the remodel of the high school, an additional elementary school, and various district-wide renovations. The voters also approved a $69.9 million bond in 2008 which served to replace Armand Larive Middle School, West Park Elementary, and Sunset Elementary. The District employs over 530 full time staff that includes approximately 315 teachers and over 220 classified, support, and supervisory personnel, making it one of the largest employers in the city of Hermiston. A nationally-recognized community that embraces its diversity, the district serves some 28,000 residents, where one-third of the population is Hispanic.

The school district prides itself on the academic achievement of its students, successful athletic programs, nationallyrecognized club and activity organizations, and its exhaustive list of academic and elective opportunities available to students. The District’s partnership with community organizations has been central to its continued success, highlighted by support groups who have provided nearly a half a million dollars to assist students and programs through such venues as the Hermiston Sports Booster Club, Hermiston Education Foundation, Band Boosters, FFA Alumni, and the community sponsorship of the student homebuilding program, to name a few.

Hermiston School District has a comprehensive and vibrant Vision 2025 plan, which outlines the direction for the District. HSD provides quality professional development for staff in a variety of areas, including constructing meaning, common formative assessments, research-based literacy strategies and Professional Learning Communities (PLC’s). These components, along with an emphasis on small class sizes, cutting edge technology, and comprehensive curriculum support, make Hermiston school District a great place to work.

About the Community:

The city of Hermiston is a vibrant and growing community of over 18,000 residents located at the crossroads of the Pacific Northwest, situated near the intersection of I-84 and I-82, just minutes from a Columbia River port and 30 minutes from the Tri-Cities in Washington. Hermiston and the entire Umatilla County area have excellent potential for growth in commercial, industrial, agricultural, as well as residential development. Hermiston boasts over 100 acres for community use, volleyball courts, soccer fields, baseball diamonds, children’s play areas, barbeque and picnic areas and more. Located within 10 minutes of downtown Hermiston, both Umatilla and Echo have challenging golf courses. The Columbia River offers tournament level fishing, as well as many water sports including swimming, wind surfing, and boating. Other fishing waters include the Umatilla River, Cold Springs Reservoir and many ponds. Nearby is Hat Rock State Park, and the Blue Mountains are within an hour drive, affording a wide variety of fishing, hunting and camping activities. In the winter, the mountains are home to excellent snow skiing, tubing, snowmobiling and sledding.

Contract Specifics:

The Hermiston School District offers an extremely competitive salary and benefits package which includes PERS retirement employer-paid pick-up, tuition reimbursement, and a comprehensive health and benefits package. The contract year for this position is 198 days, including 3 paid holidays. Position begins August, 2017.

Salary Range 2016-17: $43,136- $86,101 (198 contract days) depending upon education level and previous experience.

Benefits include:

  • Generous monthly insurance allowance
  • District-paid employee life insurance
  • District-paid PERS pick up
  • Comprehensive tuition reimbursement program The Hermiston School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

If anyone is interested, they can access our on-line application here:  http s://hermiston.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=440

They will find additional information about our dist rict here:  http://hermiston.k12.or.us/

Clinical Audiologist Position Available in Modesto, CA

Position Open with Sutter Gould Medical Foundation
Job Number 1703463
Description

POSITION SUMMARY

The Clinical Audiologist evaluates and conducts medically prescribed audiology services. Clinically supervises aides, assistants, students and clinical fellowship year staff.

 

Principal Accountabilities

Assures efficient management of work processes, by completing tasks and assignments by time standards.

Clinically supervises aides, assistants, students and clinical fellowship year staff.

Completes post-intervention activities: session closure, documentation, communication, charge capture.

Dispenses hearing aids considering age, hearing loss, activities of daily living environment, and caregiver support.

Prepares for therapeutic intervention.

Provides audiology diagnostic/assessment and interventions applicable to care setting.

Provides initial assessment evaluation of patient’s abilities and designs appropriate intervention plans.

Qualifications

MINIMUM POSITION REQUIREMENTS

 Education including Licensure/ Certification/ Registration

Completion of ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC). Current state licensure as an Audiologist, Hearing Aid Dispensing license if applicable. Will consider clinical fellowship year applicant. BLS provider.

Graduate of an accredited audiology program: master’s or doctorate degree in audiology.

 

Experience:

A minimum of intermediate skills in sign language. Previous experience with 2-channel audiometer, immittance aduiometer, probe microphone, and evoked potential unit.

 

Skills

Requires critical thinking, complex problem solving, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimalsupervision. Must be able to work in a demanding environment, balance multiple priorities and take appropriateactions. Computer proficiency in word processing/typing, basic application and hardware functions required forapplicable care setting.

Primary Location

Modesto, CA

Organization

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation Clinical Audiologist

For more information contact:

Clark Graham

Recruitment Team

Phone: (209) 530-3468

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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, registered domestic partner status, sex, gender, gender identity, or expression, ancestry, national origin, age, medical condition, physical or mental disability, military or protected veteran status, political affiliation, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition, genetic information or any other characteristic made unlawful by local, state, or federal law, ordinance or regulation. External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state, and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.  

Study Abroad Opportunity Available in India

The program is titled “Disability in Limited Resource Settings” and will be located in Hyderabad, Kalaburagi, and Bangalore, India.

 

The program addresses disability within low and middle income countries. Using India as a cultural, political and socioeconomic context, students will explore a wide range of issues related to disability including prevalence and demographics, measurement, access and barriers to health care and rehabilitation, availability of assistance and support, accessibility of built environments and information technologies, and access and barriers to education and employment. We will address these diverse issues using the twin themes of international human rights and international development.

 

This course will connect students with scholars in India who work on issues related to disability. It will give them an introduction to the unique context of India and connect that setting to a broader global context. And, it will allow students from the US to meet students from India who have similar interests.

 

The program will run for approximately the first 3 weeks of September. Students can take this course for Disability Studies or Rehab Med credits. You can find more information here: https://studyabroad.washington.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=11628.

 

If you have any questions, contact:

Mark Harniss, Ph.D. | Clinical Associate Professor | Rehabilitation Medicine | 

Box 357920 | University of Washington | Seattle, WA  98195 | 206-685-0289 |

 

Summer Employment Opportunities with Camp SAY

Camp SAY is a 2-week sleep-away summer camp for kids who stutter and their young family members and friends (ages 8-18) from all around the country, and even the world. For an even better idea of what camp is all about check out these two videos:

·  Camp SAY Information video: https://vimeo.com/100811304

·  Camp SAY Champions video: https://vimeo.com/122664968

Camp SAY 2017 will take place August 1st – 15th, 2017 at Blue Star Camps in Hendersonville, North Carolina. This year we are expecting around 135 campers, and we are looking for dedicated, passionate, patient, hard-working people to join our staff. New staff applicants must have experience working with children to be considered for the counselor position.

 

Because stuttering affects more boys than girls (about 4:1), we are especially looking for MALE COUNSELORS to join our staff. We are also still looking for the following positions: AV/DJ, NURSES, and DRIVERS. All staff positions are PAID positions.

 

We ask all staff members to join us for Staff Training starting July 25th and be able to stay until August 16th.

 

Positions we are hiring for Camp SAY 2017:

Male Counselor – Live with and be responsible for a group of 6-12 campers with a co-counselor (create a positive, unified, safe space in the bunk, help to wake up and get ready, help go to bed, help stay organized, eat all meals together in the dining hall, etc.). Lead/support various camp activities throughout the day, including sports, performing/creative arts, adventure/outdoor activities, group-bonding activities, and more.

 

Driver – Drive campers and staff members around the campsite, deliver supplies/materials to different activities, drive campers and staff members to and from the hospital and other non-emergency medical locations, drop off and pick up campers and staff members at the airport, and make other off-site trips as needed by the Travel Coordinator or Directors.

 

Nurse – Provide all necessary health care and promote good health; ensure that the clinic is kept clean and stocked with appropriate supplies and medications; keep clear, accurate, and concise records on all campers and staff; conduct initial and final health checks; keep a daily medical log and maintain and document the camper/staff chart; dispense and keep a record of daily medications administered; keep track of patients requiring follow-up visits for medical care; observe at all times all areas of camp to ensure optimum levels of health and safety for campers and staff; determine if and when a camper/staff member should be taken to the hospital or other medical location; work closely with the rest of the Health Care Team (2nd Nurse, Health Associate) and under the direction of the Health Coordinator and Directors.

 

AV/DJ – Help to infuse more music throughout the camp experience; set up equipment, such as microphones, speakers, video screens, projectors, recording equipment, connecting wires and cables, sound and mixing boards, stage lights, etc.; test equipment before an event or activity; monitor sound feeds to ensure quality; diagnose and correct media system problems; work with staff to ensure proper handling and installation of all equipment; help to set the mood and elevate the fun at camp at meals, during transitions, and throughout activities and special events; work under the direction of the Programming Director and Camp Directors.

 

All staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically (help with conflict resolution, self-confidence, strong communication; be a positive role model/mentor/great listener; show patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, generosity, etc.).

 

To apply, simply fill out an application.

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Melissa Castillo

Camp SAY Associate

SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young (formerly Our Time)

say.org

campsay.org

phone: 828-393-4244

office: 212-414-9696

fax: 888-414-3166

SLP-CCC or CFY Position Available with Evergreen Clinic

Speech-Language Pathologists (CF’s welcome) (Redmond and Kirkland, WA)

Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic, Inc., is looking for a full-time Speech Language Pathologist to be part of an established and highly qualified team. Candidates should be willing to use evidence-based treatment, self-motivated, organized, and be able to work both alone and in a team setting.

Evergreen is looking for practitioners who believe that the patient’s outcome and progress are paramount. It is important that the applicants show a willingness to learn and help develop the clinic’s programs to bring it to the next level.

Those who apply should possess a Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology (CF’s are also encouraged to apply). Basic computer skills, a commitment to learning and excellence and program development are all essential tools.

How to apply
All interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to the reply email address listed. You can also call Ruth at 425-882-4347 with any questions or further inquiries regarding the clinic or position. We look forward to hearing from you!

About the clinic:
Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic is a full service private practice in Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond, Washington. The clinic, established in 1979 is dedicated to the assessment and non-medical rehabilitation of those with communication needs.

The Speech program at Evergreen consists of a team of highly motivated and dedicated SLP’s with a collaborative approach to therapy. Treatment for children and adults is intensive and family centered. The clinic specializes in program areas that include: Accent Modification, Articulation, Auditory Processing, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Language, Literacy, Phonology, Stuttering, and Voice. To learn more about the team, therapies, locations, and approaches please visit www.everhear.com.

SLP-CCC or CFY Position Available with Fortuna School District, CA

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Certificated Position

POSITION: Speech/Language Pathologist, 1.0 FTE, Permanent Position (position available at the commencement of the 2017-2018 school year)

CREDENTIAL: Valid CA credential authorizing service in Language, Speech & Hearing

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

  1. Placement on the Certificated Salary Schedule according to experience and educational units.
  2. Medical, dental, and vision insurance for employee and family.
  3. STRS retirement.
  4. District paid expenses for attendance at annual CSHA conference.
  5. District provided personnel to supervise Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) licensing of first-year SLPs.
  6. Potential student loan forgiveness following five years of consecutive service.

APPLICATION: All applicants must submit the following:

1. Letter of application

2. District or Humboldt County Office of Education certificated application form

3. Professional resume

4. Three current letters of recommendation

DEADLINE FOR FILING: Open until filled

 

Great Reasons to Work in Fortuna

This is a Preschool through 8th grade SLP position serving Norman G. Ambrosini Elementary School (TK-4) and Toddy Thomas Middle School (5-8) with 3 Special Day Classrooms: 2 mild/moderate and 1 moderate/severe

*A Positive work environment!

*Established caseload with organized special education files

*Supportive administration and staff-with a very collaborative team approach to students and to problem solving

*Another Speech Pathologist in the district to work with and to go to for questions and support

*A part-time speech assistant (not a SLPA) who has experience with how our schools operate, who is familiar with the paperwork, and who has knowledge of our students and their families. She also speaks Spanish

*A Special education staff who are easy to work with and who are helpful and have many years of experience in the district

*A Knowledgeable and experienced school psychologist

*Previous SLP is living in the area and is available and willing to help with the transition and to answer questions, if you want

*A Therapy and testing materials library in the district, as well as an ample budget to purchase supplies that we don’t have that you might like to use

*Good technology –iPad and Apple laptop with money to purchase programs and apps

*District sends SLP’s to CSHA conference each year with all costs covered!

*Local SLP professional organization –which meets 4 times a year. This organization also sponsors webinars for professional development and CEU’s

*Dedicated therapy rooms at both school sites

 

Questions regarding the position can be directed to:

Nina Crowe, Speech/Language Program Coordinator

707-725-4688

 

All applications should be submitted to Jeffry Northern, Superintendent Fortuna Elementary School District 500 9th Street, Fortuna, CA 95540

SLP-CCC or CFY Position Available with Pediatric Clinic in Woodinville

Children’s Therapy of Woodinville is looking for a speech-language pathologist to join our experienced staff of physical, occupational and speech therapists.  Ours is a high-energy clinic and we are looking for a dynamic, playful therapist to join our team.  We have a state of the art facility with three large therapy gyms as well as small rooms for individual treatment space.  Located northeast of Seattle, we have been serving Northeast King County since 1989 and have developed a strong reputation for quality therapy services.  

 

We are looking for a therapist who has strong skills in working with children with articulation delays, phonological processes, childhood apraxia of speech, expressive and receptive language delays, and/or delays in the social use of language. We are also interested in a therapist who has experience working with children with neurodevelopmental and genetic disorders, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down syndrome, etc.   The therapist should be skillful yet open to learning new ideas, and willing to collaborate with a team to assure the highest quality of care for each client.

 

This position is for 3-5 days per week, available immediately.  We offer flexible scheduling, competitive salaries and medical benefits.  Compensation DOE.

 

Minimum Qualifications:  We prefer three years experience working with children but will consider those with less experience.  The therapist must be accredited by ASHA and be licensed as a speech-language pathologist in the State of Washington. 

We will consider an outstanding candidate who is working on their CFY.

 

Please visit our website at childrenstherapyofwoodinville.com for more information about our clinic and our staff.

 

We are really looking for someone who has some good pediatric experience in their internships.  They also need to work fairly independently, though we can provide the supervision needed for the CFY.  We have enjoyed working with Beth Rollinger in the past, as she has sent some great interns and Fieldwork students our way.  Give me a call if you have questions about the job position or our clinic.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

 

Linda Meredith, Clinic Manager

Children’s Therapy of Woodinville

425-486-7710