Autism Therapy Assistant/School Aide for 2017-2018 School Year in a private Christian school located in Bothell, WA.

Position: Autism Therapy Assistant/School Aide for 2017-2018 School Year in a private Christian school located in Bothell, WA.

This position is supervised by a Board Certified Applied Behavioral Analyst (BCBA).

This position is especially suitable for individuals who are considering careers in behavioral analysis, speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, special education, or other careers in working with children on the autism spectrum as there are opportunities for observations and collaboration with SLP, OT, and BCBA.

Approximate Hours: Monday through Friday 11:30am-3:00 pm or 9 am-noon. This position is for 2017-2018 school year. Position will start in the summer with training sessions if the successful candidate is available.

Position Description: We are looking for a team-player to join our therapy team. The school aide/Autism Therapy Assistant will work under the direction of Board Certified Behavioral Analyst [BCBA] and work collaboratively with teachers, occupational therapist, speech-language pathologist, and parents to ensure academic and social growth in the student. The school aide will provide both academic and social support in a mainstream classroom and lunch room setting to ensure positive experience for the student. Academic support includes worksheet modification, some one-on-one teaching, etc. Social support includes engaging in games and facilitating peer conversations, etc. The therapy assistant will also work with the student to improve life skills in the community.

Requirements:
Must meet school religious requirement (Christian or Catholic)
Must have experience working with children or teens
Must be a team player and an excellent communicator
Must be willing to learn and attend training sessions when asked
Must attend team meetings
Must have reliable transportation.
Must commit to work the 2017-2018 school year

Preferred Candidate Experiences:
Preferred candidate would have experience working with children/teens ages 8-15 on the autism spectrum.
Preferred candidate would have a Bachelor Degree or currently enrolled in one of the following subjects: Education, Special Education, Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Speech Language Pathology, or Communication Disorders.
Pay: DOE Submit Resume to: ainquiry@yahoo.com

SLP Positions Available with Pediatric Private Practice, ID

Now Hiring in Boise/Nampa Locations: Speech & Language Pathologist

If you LOVE changing the lives of children and young adults in a multi-faceted, private clinic, this may be the place for you. Our practice houses speech-language, occupational and learning therapy all under one roof.

With two locations in the Boise and Nampa, ID area we’re experiencing very rapid growth. Boise area has been voted top 10 places to live in several categories! We’re looking for a dynamic, high-energy therapists to come grow with us. We’ve built an excellent reputation and are looking for the right candidates that will continue to build that strong reputation.

If you’re good at what you do, like people, and love delivering an amazing client experience, contact us.

What We Offer:

*Competitive Pay

*Flexible Schedule

*Options available for school, private practice or combination of both

*Monthly staff dinner meetings and collaboration

*Quarter team building

*Annual team retreat and opportunity to earn CEU credits

*Paid continuing education and certifications

*Fun work environment

*Owned by S & L therapist

 

Email resumes to mswander@boisechatterbox.com or call 208.466.1077, ask for Melissa Swander

Employment Opportunities with Lindamood-Bell

Lindamood-Bell has over 60 permanent locations and many more seasonal locations across the United States, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

To learn more about employment opportunities at Lindamood-Bell, please visit our Career Site at lindamoodbellcareers.silkroad.com

We are looking for energetic, positive individuals to work as Instructors (Tutors) in our Lindamood-Bell® Learning Centers. Instructors are members of our Instructional Quality Team. They work one-to-one with students, utilizing our research-validated programs for reading, spelling, and comprehension. You Can Make a Difference!

 

More info:

LindamoodBell.com

SLP-CCC or CFY Positions Available with Preschools in WY and UT

Lincoln Uinta Child Development Association has two open positions for Speech Language
Pathologists (CF or the CFY to the right applicant)

We are a preschool that works with children ages 0-5.  Our Speech Language Pathologists perform screenings, assessments IFSP’s, IEP developments,
direct treatment, and have a low caseload. Join our dynamic, trans-disciplinary team in providing inclusive special education preschool and home-based intervention.

We have an opening in Evanston, Wyoming which is very close to Park City, UT. Park City is famous for it’s skiing and winter sports.  Our other opening is in Afton, WY, which is very close to Jackson, WY, which is also famous for its skiing and many other fun activiites.

 

Applicant must have a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology and hold a Wyoming State Board for the Speech Language Pathology.

Employer will assist with relocation costs.

Additional Salary Information:  Salary negotiable based on experience.  200 day school calendar.  Health insurance, retirement benefits accrue on second year of employment. Any travel is reimbursed.

 

Send resume to:

LUCDA

Attn:  Stephanie Michel

PO Box 570
Mountain View, WY 82939

lucda.org

 

Full time SLP-CCC or CFY Position Available with Sequim School District, WA

Posted – February 9, 2017

Job Title: 1.0 FTE Speech & Language Pathologist

Close Date: Open until filled

Wage: Salary and benefits according to adopted salary schedule.

Nature of Position: Provides speech, language and communication intervention to eligible students. The Speech Language Pathologist will implement special education teaching strategies, special education law, special education assessment and evaluation.

Reports To: Executive Director Learning Support Services

To Apply: Anyone interested in this position may apply by submitting an online application at the Sequim School District website at www.sequim.k12.wa.us. Request for consideration needs to include relevant qualifications. Applicants with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations in the application process by contacting the District Office at (360) 582-3260.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Attend all weekly department meetings.
  2. Attend all special education department trainings.
  3. Participate in grade-to grade and building-to-building transitions.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work with parents and to clearly articulate school programs and State of Washington Essential Academic Learning Requirements and their relationship to special education programs.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  1. Valid Washington State Educational Staff Associate (ESA) Speech Language Pathologist certificate.
  2. Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with course(s) of study in appropriate area(s).
  3. Master’s degree in speech pathology.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Knowledge of and ability to assess, design, and modify instruction for students with a wide range of disabilities in the special education and general education setting.
  2. Demonstrates understanding and knowledge about common school education and educational settings for grades K-12, and demonstrates the ability to integrate the speech and language pathology specialty into the school setting.
  3. Demonstrates in his/her performance a competent level of skill and knowledge in designing and conducting specialized programs of prevention, instruction, remediate, and evaluation.
  4. Two years teaching experience with students with disabilities preferred.
  5. Knowledge and experience using technology in the delivery of speech and language services for students.

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Pre-employment requirements include a Washington State Patrol, FBI and sexual misconduct clearance.
  2. Washington State Driver’s License.
  3. A current First Aid/CPR Certificate; or successful completion of the District’s First Aid/CPR class.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

1. Demonstrated ability to plan and implement effective programs for students with a wide range of disabilities. Understands the connection between assessment, evaluation, planning and instruction to deliver quality programs for all students.

 

 

It is the mission of the District to develop the mind, body, and character of its students to become contributing members of society. The success of our students will be considered in all decisions. Sequim School District No. 323 503 North Sequim Avenue, Sequim, WA 98382, (360) 582-3260 www.sequim.k12.wa.us

Integrated Movement Therapy Training with UW SPHSC Alumnus

This an an opportunity to particpate in a training workshop with Molly Lannon Kenny, MS-CCC, SLP who graduated from the UW Speech and Hearing Sciences Department. She formerly worked as a clinician and autism specialist at Group Health Speech, Language and Learning Services. She later founded The Samarya Center in Seattle in 2001 – a holistic center for yoga and wellness, specializing in working with people of all ages with serious life challenges.

The Integrated Movement Therapy training will be hosted by Bainbridge Yoga House,  Bainbridge Island, WA

  • Are you a yoga teacher working with special needs kids or teens?
  • Are you a parent- yogi who would like to learn about a yoga based therapy for children on the autism spectrum and kids of all ages with developmental or behavioral challenges?
  • Are you a therapist who would like to incorporate more movement and fun into your sessions and improve outcomes?
  • Are you a child educator interested in learning some new techniques, activities and games and how they build skills (and brain power!) in your kids?

Click here to read an article in Yoga Journal about IMT and autism, and here to read a scholarly article on IMT and autism

In this workshop, participants use experiential activities and exercises to learn how to address the six core areas when working with children with a variety of challenges, including autism spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome, and behavioral and social challenges.  This workshop is practical, heart centered, playful and leads to excellent results in working with kids of any age. This workshop is perfect for therapists, yoga students,  educators, parents. All of the activities are excellent for typically developing kids, and lend themselves to not just fun but real measurable progress.  Completion of IMT Basics is a prerequisite.

Friday, April 21 , 8 – 4

Saturday, April 22 , 8 – 4

Sunday, April 23 , 8 – 4

Cost is $525 for the weekend or $475 if paid in full by April 7. 20% discount extended to all clinicians currently working with kids with special needs, and for parents of kids with special needs. Some scholarships also available.

Please note: IMT Basics is an eight hour pre-requisite to the weekend trainings. These workshops are available as on-line courses, the next one is offered March 13, 15, 20 & 27. These are great because you participate from home and if you miss any of the classes, you can watch it anytime at your convenience. Above discounts and scholarships also available for IMT Basics. 

Please contact Bainbridge Yoga House for detailed information and payment. Please email Molly directly for scholarship applications.

For more information contact:

Molly Lannon Kenny, MS-CCC, SLP

mollylannonkenny.org
Facebook: Molly Lannon Kenny, Teacher
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SLP-CCC or CFY Postions available with CA Private Practice

SLP JOB OPENING

Language Essentials, Inc. , a rapidly-growing speech pathology practice in the San Francisco East Bay Area, is looking for speech-language pathologists to join its team. We offer the opportunity to grow with the business, train in many areas of speech pathology and work with a wide variety of clients (toddler through geriatric) in our clinic and the private schools we serve. We are a very collaborative, close-knit team and would love to add your skills and experience to our group.

Full time and part time positions available. Clinical Fellows will be considered.

Successful candidates will have:

– A Masters Degree in Communication Sciences/Speech Language Pathology or related area

– Hold required California license or has applied.

We will provide a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including paid holidays and vacation, medical and vision coverage, life insurance and 401k (retirement savings plan). Relocation assistance may be available.

Check us out at www.languageessentials.net

To apply, contact info@languageessentials.net or call 925-743-3322

SLP-CCC Position Available with White River School District, WA

Job Title: Speech/Language Pathologist

Job Summary: Conduct evaluations and reevaluations to determine initial/continuing eligibility for special education services. Participate as a member of IEP teams and develop IEPs for students receiving SLP services. Provide specially designed instruction and/or related services for eligible students. Participate in building-based teams and work cooperatively with school staff in planning appropriate interventions for eligible students. Work collaboratively with other district SLPs regarding service delivery models, program/building assignments, staff development, and other related issues. Other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Responsible to: Director of Student Support Services

Qualifications: Master’s degree in speech pathology required; experience and training in the following areas: speech and language management and diagnosis, stuttering, and voice management; Educational Staff Associate (ESA) Certificate at the initial level. Prefer previous experience as an SLP. Requires ability to work successfully with classroom teachers and as a contributing member of building based and district teams. Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC SLP) preferred.

Essential Responsibilities:

1. Conduct evaluations and reevaluations to determine initial/continuing eligibility for special education services.

2. Participate as a member of IEP teams and develop IEPs for students receiving SLP services.

3. Provide specially designed instruction and/or related services for eligible students.

4. Participate in building based teams and work cooperatively with school staff in planning appropriate interventions for eligible students.

5. Work collaboratively with other district SLPs regarding service delivery models, program/building assignments, staff development, and other related issues.

6. Other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

 

Job Number: 2016-2459

Speech and Language Pathologist District Wide

Job Status: Provisional Certificated Position

0.500 FTE

3.75 Hours Per Day – ( – )

180 Days per Year

Approximate Start Date – 8/15/2016

Work Days:Monday- Friday

Salary: $20,641.00 – $38,906.00 (Salary placement is dependent upon education and experience.)

Closing or Screening Date: Open Until Filled (To be considered for this position, please submit a completed online application and required documents on or before this date.)

 

Contact:

Phone 360-829-3823

Fax 360-829-3843

P O Box 2050

Buckley, WA 98321

wrjobs@whiteriver.wednet.edu

TDD Relay Service 1-800-833-6388

 

The White River School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee(s) has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX Coordinator, Chris Gibson, cgibson@whiteriver.wednet.edu, (360) 829-5507, Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Hugh Flint, hflint@whiteriver.wednet.edu ,(360) 829-3957, and Civil Right Compliance Coordinator Scott Harrison, sharrison@whiteriver.wednet.edu , (360) 829-3823. White River School District, P.O. Box 2050, Buckley, WA 98321.

AuD Position Available in Salem, OR

River Road Surgery Center is seeking professionals with integrity and commitment to provide our patients with a compassionate and respectful healthcare experience.

River Road Surgery Center

Employment Benefits include)

We offer an excellent benefit package which includes:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance (Full-time employees 30+ hours)
  • $10,000 Life Insurance
  • Employer Paid Long Term Disability
  • Flexible Spending Plan
  • 401K Retirement Plan
  • Voluntary Short Term Disability
  • Paid Holidays
  • Combined Sick and Vacation Bank
  • Automatic Paycheck Deposit

We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions for all applicants and employees will be made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, age, national origin, martial status, veteran’s status, disability or other characteristics protected under local, state or federal law. Any application with a disability who believes he or she needs reasonable accommodation in the application process may request it by contacting the Human Resources office.

Contact Us

Contact our Human Resources Department by phone or email.

Phone: 503-485-2574
Fax: 503-584-7991
Email: kimr@entsalem.com
Mail: 3099 River Rd. South, Suite 200
Salem, OR 97302

CFY Positions Available with Hines VA in Chicago, IL

Hines VA Hospital, Chicago IL

 

The Hines VA Speech Pathology Department  is pleased to announce that we are offering TWO Clinical Fellowship Positions for the 2017/2018 fiscal year.

 

The position will include evaluation and treatment of both inpatients and outpatients of various disorders within a variety of settings. You will interact professionally with specialty services including Neurology, ENT, SCI, Medicine, Nutrition, Nursing, and other rehabilitation therapies.  You will gain experience and provide services in all areas of medical speech pathology, including evaluation/treatment of individuals with dysphagia, speech and language disorders, cognitive disorders, voice disorders, and tracheostomy. You may also gain specialized experience in cognitive rehabilitation for veterans with TBI/polytrauma, and laryngectomy care. The appointments would begin in August of 2017 and are temporary without potential to become permanent positions. Approximate salary is $42,000 plus benefits.

 

Procedure for Application:

If interested, please send, via email, one PDF document that includes the following:

 

-Resume/clinical vitae to include contact information for two references who are familiar with your academic and/or clinical skills (Please NO letters from your references)

 

– Letter of interest describing why you would like to work at Hines VA Hospital.

 

Incomplete applications or failure to adhere to the above requirements will remove your packet from consideration.

 

Deadline for Submission is midnight of 3/26/17

 

All Submissions should be sent to :

Laura Chalcraft @ laura.chalcraft@va.gov

 

If you have any questions, please contact Laura Chalcraft at the above email or via phone at 708-202-8387 X21012