PEDIATRIC SLP OPPORTUNITY (Eastside, Bellevue and Bothell)

Are you a pediatric Speech Language Pathologist who is looking to work with a variety of clients in a supportive, positive environment?  Are you interested in a position that offers the best of both worlds for clinic and school based settings?  How about working for an award winning private practice that values a positive work place culture, mentoring and work-life balance? 

Stepping Stones Therapy Network exists to help kids reach their full potential! We also believe in providing every member of our team with support, teaching, and coaching to learn new skills, build self-confidence, and to achieve professional success, their own personal “Stepping Stones” to a rewarding and successful career. Visit to learn more.

Investing in our therapy team helps us to achieve our mission to provide compassionate, creative and collaborative care to the children and families we serve. We offer paid time off, paid holidays, retirement and medical/dental/vision benefits (32+ hours), weekly training and mentoring for professional development and continuing education benefits.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume. Fax or send resumes to 425-902-1933 or  

This position currently starts in late summer or September 2018 starting at 32-40 hours. This position may include providing speech therapy at one of our clinics in Bellevue and Bothell, WA or private school community partnerships.

If you are an experienced speech language pathologist and excited about this position and joining our team, please keep reading and see if the responsibilities, duties, skills, and experience are a fit for you.

Clients: We provide Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy services for children ages 2 years and up. Caseload includes working with children with a variety of diagnoses including treatment to address language, communication, literacy, pragmatics and social communication, articulation, oral motor and stuttering challenges.

Setting: We have two custom designed therapy spaces in Bellevue and Bothell (Integrated Developmental Center) and partnerships with elementary school satellite locations on the Eastside.

Schedule: Year round program, 32-40 hours for full time Speech therapists. All therapists are paid hourly for billable and non-billable time, partial or full day schedules are an option with one Saturday off per month if desired.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from an accredited university.  Licensed in Washington State. New grads who have completed their Clinical Fellowship Year or who are looking for CFY placement are welcome to apply.

SLP position available in Idaho

Independence Rehab runs four skilled nursing facilities in the Twin Falls, ID area. We are looking for a wonderful speech-language pathologist to join our rehab team to provide patient care in each of the four facilities located in Burley, Shoshone, Kimberly, and Buhl. This is a full-time position (30-35 hours per week) and the pay & benefits package is terrific! The position is available now, and we are happy to discuss sponsoring a CFY. Please contact David Smith ( ASAP to get acquainted and discuss this great job opportunity!

Speech Language Pathologist Position – New Mexico School for the Deaf


Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) at NMSD (1) have integral roles in education and are essential members of school faculty, (2) help students meet the performance standards of NMSD and the state by assuming a range of responsibilities, (3) work in partnership with others to meet students’ needs, and (4) provide direction in defining their roles and responsibilities and in ensuring appropriate services to students. It is anticipated and expected that all functions of this position will be performed in a positive and receptive manner, while helping to advance the mission and vision of New Mexico School for the Deaf.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (Other duties may be assigned)

  • Works closely with an educational team to perform evaluations.
  • Performs on-going assessments.
  • Prepares and submit comprehensive evaluation reports and periodic reports on student’s activities and progress.
  • Perform comprehensive evaluations for deaf and hard of hearing students for various NMSD departments including Early Intervention and Involvement Department (EIID) and Center for Educational Consultation and Training (CECT).
  • Keeps current on best practices and current research in the field.
  • Cultural sensitivity and knowledge of bilingual language acquisition
  • Ability to work with students ranging in age from 18 months-22 years of age
  • Maintains up to date therapy logs and Medicaid documentation.
  • Creates and implements individual educational plans for students with the educational team.
  • Works with the educational team to create and implement plans to support and improve communicative ability including: language development (American Sign Language /English), pragmatics, speech and oral motor development, auditory skills, and reading and writing skills.
  • Provides one-on-one or small group speech, language, and/or listening therapy, when appropriate.
  • Integrates services into the classroom and other school settings, when appropriate.
  • Work closely with the Audiologist and educational team to implement and support amplification use for individual students to optimize auditory access as appropriate.
  • Adheres to NMSD’s Vision, Mission and Belief statements.

Competencies: To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Organization– Must be organized and detail-oriented.
  • Analytical– collects and aggregates data for program maintenance and improvement.
  • Continuous Learning- Seeks feedback to improve performance; pursues training and development opportunities; strives to continuously build knowledge and skills.
  • Job Knowledge– Competent in required job skills and knowledge; exhibits ability to learn and apply new skills; keeps abreast of current developments; requires minimal supervision; displays understanding of how job relates to others; uses resources effectively.
  • Use of Technology– Adapts to new technologies; troubleshoots technological problems; uses technology to increase productivity.
  • Problem Solving- Gathers and analyzes information skillfully; develops alternative solutions; works in group problem solving situations.
  • Cooperation– Establishes and maintains effective relations; exhibits tact and consideration; offers assistance and support to co-workers; works cooperatively in group situations; works actively to resolve conflicts.
  • Teamwork– Balances team and individual responsibilities; exhibits objectivity and openness to others’ views; gives and welcomes feedback; contributes to building a positive team spirit; supports everyone’s efforts to succeed.
  • Written Communication- Writes clearly and informatively; varies writing style to meet needs.
  • State and Federal IDEA Compliance- exhibits knowledge of and adherence to all legal requirements related to early intervention.
  • Diversity- Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences; educates others on the value of diversity; builds a diverse workforce.
  • Ethics– Treats people with respect; keeps commitments; inspires the trust of others; works with integrity and principles; upholds organization values.
  • Organizational Support– Follows policies and procedures; completes tasks correctly and on time; supports organization’s goals and values.
  • Adaptability- Manages competing demands.
  • Personal Appearance- Dresses appropriately for position; keeps self well groomed.
  • Attendance/Punctuality- Is consistently at work and on time; ensures work responsibilities are covered when absent.
  • Dependability- Follows instructions, responds to management direction; takes responsibility for own actions.
  • Initiative- Seeks increased responsibilities; asks for and offers help when needed.
  • Quality- Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; looks for ways to improve and promote quality.
  • Safety and Security- Observes safety and security procedures; determines appropriate action beyond guidelines; reports potentially unsafe conditions.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and/or Experience: Master’s Degree in Speech and Language Pathology with progressive and directly related experience with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. A Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) or Clinical Fellowship (CCC-CF) from ASHA is required.

Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret speech and language periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write evaluations and business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from teachers and parents.

Sign Language: American Sign Language skills at hire are favorable. The applicant must have some sign language skills and will be required to demonstrate progressive sign language acquisition and if needed participate in sign language classes offered at NMSD.

Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute standard scores, percentile ranks, and age equivalents for evaluations based on standardization charts.

Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have working knowledge of Microsoft Windows, as well as various software packages including Microsoft Office.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and play on the floor with students. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and peripheral vision.

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

NMSD conforms to all the laws, statutes, and regulations concerning equal employment opportunities and affirmative action. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply to all of our job openings. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin, age, disability status, Genetic Information & Testing, Family & Medical Leave, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Link to apply:

Free Science Writing Workshop on July 29

Want to communicate your science to the public, but are not sure where to start? Looking to gain experience in writing about your research to non-experts? The People’s Science is hosting a free workshop on science writing for scientists of all career stages, including graduate students, post-docs, faculty, and research scientists.

The event will be held on Sunday, July 29, at 1:30pm in Naked City Brewery & Taphouse. The afternoon will include a workshop on science communication as well as an opportunity to practice writing for a lay audience.

Register with a ~500 word summary of a research article you would like to communicate to a broader audience. For more details and to register, go to:

Spots are limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration closes on July 20, 11:59pm.

Open Birth to Three position at Listen and Talk

Summary: Provide specialized intervention services for families who have deaf or hard of hearing children aged three to newborn. Help families develop listening, spoken language, cognitive and social interactional skills in their natural environments.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Meet with families in their natural environment to coach parents on implementing strategies and techniques to promote the development of their infant/toddler’s listening, spoken language, cognitive and social interactional skills.
• Record progress on the appropriate developmental checklists and other documents deemed
necessary to monitor each child’s development and to guide the choice of skill targets for the focus of direct services with the families.
• Communicate with families for the purpose of identifying family priorities and needs in addition to sharing information related to strategies, techniques and the child’s progress.
• Maintain ongoing, detailed progress notes.
• Complete assessments and evaluations as appropriate for the children and families.
• Complete reports and updates for Individualized Family Service Plan, IFSP meetings and other times when needed.
• Participate in scheduled Individualized Family Service Plan, IFSP meetings.
• Participate in team meetings and regularly scheduled meetings with the Birth to Three Coordinator.
• Perform work on weekends and evenings as needed to meet applicable deadlines.
• Other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities: This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Competencies/Skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Must possess cultural awareness, empathy, and ethics. Strong organizational and communication skills. Ability to coach families: understanding of child development, understanding of speech development, and a deep understanding of the importance of equity

Education/Experience: Master’s degree (M.A.) or equivalent in related field preferred; or four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Certificates and Licenses: WA State Teaching Certificate or eligible for WA State Teaching Certificate with a Deaf Education, Special Education or Early Childhood endorsement or Certificate of Clinical Competency (ASHA). LSLS or LSLS candidate preferred.

Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as rules, instructions and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from families, coworkers, and external partners.

Listen and Talk is an equal opportunity employer.

Physical Demands and Work Environment: The physical demands and work environment described below represent the activities and surroundings of the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The work is typically performed in a home environment and to perform the job, the employee is frequently required to talk, hear, stand, walk, stoop, climb, balance, kneel, bend, crouch, crawl, and reach with hands and arms. The employee will be required to carry children and materials weighing up to 40 pounds on an occasional basis. The employee is frequently required to communicate on the telephone and in person with individuals and groups. The employee is required to read and respond to documents in hard copy and electronic form.

Travel: This position will require frequent regional travel.

For more information visit:

Diagnostic Audiologist – Eau Claire, WI

About the practice:
DeFatta ENT is proud to serve all ear, nose and throat (medical and surgical) needs of the
Chippewa Valley and surrounding communities. Our team of Board Certified, highly qualified
physicians work cohesively with staff to provide the most up to date and cutting edge care to
our patients. Come join our team!

About the position:
This is a unique opportunity to work in positive, fast-paced environment where the audiologists
contribution to the practice is acknowledged and appreciated. The audiologist is responsible for
administering a full range of services including diagnostic audiogram evaluations, ABR, OAE,
VNG, ECochG and balance testing.

Because we value our employees and the hard work they put in, we offer a comprehensive
benefits package: attractive health insurance coverage, paid time off, paid holidays, life and
disability insurance, 401k & profit sharing plan!

Qualified candidates will be a Doctorate level, or highly experienced Master’s level audiologist
appropriately licensed in Wisconsin. We encourage interested candidates to submit their
application materials to

About the area:
Derived from the French name for “clear waters,” Eau Claire is situated in northwestern
Wisconsin 85 miles east of Minneapolis-St. Paul, at the confluence of the Eau Claire and
Chippewa Rivers. With a population of 65,000, this mid-sized community boasts small town
charm and a diverse and growing economy. The city has undergone a cultural renaissance and
is viewed as an independent, entrepreneurial, creative town with a thriving music and arts
scene, drawing comparisons to Portland, Oregon and Austin, Texas. Known for its natural
beauty and network of trails, Eau Claire offers opportunities for walking, bicycling, hiking and
snowmobiling. During the summer, residents enjoy a weekly farmer’s market and a variety of
festivals, including Tuesday Blues. There’s a thriving nightlife downtown with great restaurants
and a burgeoning craft beer scene. Nearby wineries and apple orchards are the perfect respite
for summer and fall weekends, and sports enthusiasts can enjoy baseball, football, curling,
soccer, and roller derby. Eau Claire places an emphasis on education; this university town is
home to two public and two private colleges, as well as 13 elementary schools, three middle
schools and three high schools. With so many great opportunities, you’ll be happy to call Eau
Claire home!

Clinical Dispensing Audiologist – Plano, TX – Full-Time

North Dallas ENT is home to 3 physicians with 2 office locations. We are dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of both pediatric and adult ear, nose and throat conditions, and provide a full service audiology department for hearing testing and hearing aid dispensing. Our modern office is well- equipped to deliver a wide variety of procedures, and our well-educated staff works diligently to offer our patients the best care possible.

We have a position available for an audiologist with strong clinical skills. The audiologist is
responsible for:
• Performing adult and pediatric audiometric diagnostic testing
• Hearing aid dispensing and follow-up services
• VNG testing
• Patient counseling
• Maintaining documentation in electronic health records system

North Dallas ENT offers a professional and collaborative work environment, state-of-the-art
equipment, competitive base salary with bonus compensation on hearing aid sales, health, dental, vision, and life insurance, as well as paid time off, 401k, and professional membership

The most qualified candidates must possess a Doctorate or Master’s level degree in audiology and a current license to practice in the state of Texas.

Interested and qualified individuals should respond to with their cover letter and résumé, along with three professional references including email, phone number and nature of work relationship.

AUDIOLOGIST needed in Amarillo, TX – Full-time

Quail Creek Ear, Nose, & Throat Center was established in 2005 with one simple idea – to
provide the finest care for disorders of the ear, nose and throat in a comfortable, friendly
environment. In the last 12 years, we have opened a new facility and added to our staff, but our
primary goal remains the same. We like patients to feel like friends and family from the time
they first contact our staff.

We currently have an excellent opportunity for an audiologist to work in our busy office where
our providers and audiologists work cohesively to provide the best experience for our patients.
The audiologist will work in a team oriented environment, providing comprehensive diagnostic
audiologic evaluations, balance testing, and hearing aural rehabilitation to our patients. This
position will provide you with the opportunity to work with pediatric to geriatric patients in a
wide range of ear pathologies, hearing assessments, and hearing instrument dispensing.

Set amid the Texas Panhandle, Amarillo is known for its rugged plains and cowboy culture.
Amarillo has plenty of saddle shops, artsy horses scattered throughout town, and is the home
of the World Championship Ranch Rodeo. Don’t let all of this fool you, though. There are a
variety of things to do, even if you’re not a seasoned cowpoke. Do you enjoy the outdoors?
Visit the 2nd largest canyon system in the U.S. – Palo Duro Canyon, which offers many hiking
trails and breath-taking scenery. Want to do something a bit more sophisticated? Take in some
great orchestral music at the Amarillo Symphony. Feel like pigging out? Amarillo has many great
eateries to dine at. Aside from the traditional Texas fare, you will find delicious treats from
around the globe. Enjoy all of this and much more living in beautiful Amarillo, TX!

Quail Creek ENT is a very fast-paced, highly patient-focused clinic that provides our employees
with an enjoyable work environment. We offer a competitive compensation structure with
bonus opportunity and a comprehensive benefits package that includes health insurance, 401k,
and paid time off.

The most qualified candidates must hold a Master’s or Doctoral degree in Audiology from an
accredited college or university. Must have or be able to obtain appropriate TX licensure.

If you are looking for an opportunity to become part of a tight-knit team at a practice where
personal and professional growth are made possible, we encourage you to apply by sending
your CV to

Full-Time Audiologist opening!

About the position:
Coastal Ear, Nose and Throat is looking for two full-time audiologists to join our team! One will
serve patients in our Manahawkin location, the other in our Holmdel/Neptune office. The
audiologist will work closely with the ENT physician, and will perform a variety of audiological
and hearing aid services for patients of all ages.

This full-time position is eligible for our comprehensive benefits package, which includes health
insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, 401k, licensure and CME reimbursement.

• Au.D. level audiologist
• Current NJ Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing License
• At least one year experience working independently as licensed audiologist
• Experience with pediatric and adult diagnostics, hearing aid services, and VNG testing
• Familiarity with audiology billing and coding
• Candidate must be detail-oriented, have strong written and verbal communication skills,
and be able to perform multiple and diverse tasks simultaneously

About the practice:
Coastal Ear, Nose and Throat is the premier Otolaryngology practice in central NJ. Coastal
Surgery Center is our own facility that provides quality ENT surgical services to our community.
Coastal Hearing and Balance Center offers a full range of audiology services including vestibular
testing and hearing enhancement technologies. Coastal allergy services, provides in house
testing and treatment for seasonal allergies including sub lingual immune therapy. Our clinical
research department affords our physician an additional way to service patients who are
interesting in participating with cutting edge treatment options.

To apply:
Interested applicants may send cover letter and CV to

AUDIOLOGIST – Long Beach, CA – full-time

Southern California Ear, Nose and Throat is one of Southern California’s premier ENT practices.
Our well-established practice has several locations in the Los Angeles area, including Long Beach, Los Alamitos, Torrance, Newport Beach, and Huntington Beach. Our team is dedicated to working cohesively in order to provide our patients with the highest quality of care.

We are currently searching for an audiologist to perform pediatric and adult audiometric
assessments. The audiologist will be responsible for administering basic diagnostic testing and
OAE, as well as evaluating, fitting, and dispensing hearing aids. Duties will also include coordinating and interpreting test results, and organizing patient care with other providers. Due to our high patient volume, the ability to multi-task is essential.

Long Beach is located in sunny southern California, right along the Pacific Ocean. It provides the
perfect combination of laid-back coastal life with big city style. Packed with award-winning
restaurants, museums, and a diverse arts and culture scene – there is never a dull moment in
beautiful Long Beach. Enjoy over 5 miles of pristine beaches, or take a short cruise over to
Catalina Island, where clear waters and vibrant marine life invite you to snorkel, kayak, and sail. Long Beach isn’t just a place to visit; it’s a beautiful place to live.

Southern California ENT offers a benefits package that includes health insurance, paid vacation
and sick time, retirement contribution, and a competitive compensation plan.

The qualified candidate must possess an Au.D. or Masters-level degree, and either a license in the state of California, or the ability to obtain a California license within 90 days.
Interested candidates may submit their cover letter and résumé to All inquiries are treated confidentially.