Speech Language Pathologist – Moving Mountains Therapy Center

Moving Mountains Therapy Center is looking for a highly-motivated, creative, and energetic pediatric speech-language pathologist to add to our team! If you’ve been looking for an inclusive, supportive, and fun work environment with opportunities to help children overcome communication challenges then Moving Mountains Therapy Center is the place! Join our team of talented professionals who are eager to collaborate with you and support you with your professional goals. Our mission is to provide high-quality, family-centered and effective therapy to help individuals reach their developmental potential while fostering the ability to play, find pleasure, fulfillment, and merit in all aspects of life.

Job Summary: Provides diagnostic and therapeutic services and make appropriate referrals as necessary to clients of all ages who are exhibiting a speech, language, hearing, voice, fluency, or swallowing disorder(s).

Job Responsibilities

  • Uphold our mission to offer family-centered care.
  • Cultivate a culture of inclusion and growth for the clients you serve and the team you work with.
  • Evaluate patients to determine their specific speech, language, voice, fluency, swallowing delays and/or disorders. Then develop and implement treatment plans to address these issues.
  • Maintain accurate documentation and write reports detailing initial evaluation, progress, treatment and discharge information in a timely manner
  • When applicable, in collaboration with the multi-disciplinary team, plan and evaluate team goals for each patient as well as advise, consult, and instruct the team in specific speech therapy modalities and interventions.
  • Monitor patients’ progress continually and make treatment plan adjustments when needed
  • Educate patients and their family members on speech-related topics, including coping strategies for communication problems, techniques for improved communication, and provide a home-care program for optimal generalization into patients’ daily lives.
  • Perform administrative duties, including case management activity scheduling, lesson plan creation, paperwork filing, etc.
  • Participate in continuing education courses, additional training, conferences and other activities designed to further develop your clinical skills

Job Skills & Qualifications


  • Ability to work well with diverse populations
  • Enjoyment of collaboration with families, teammates, and community partners
  • Master’s degree in speech-language pathology from a program that meets ASHA certification requirements or is accredited by the Educational Standards Board
  • Current Montana Speech-Language Pathology License or ability to obtain licensure prior to hire date
  • Ability to pass a background check
  • Current driver’s license, insurance, and reliable vehicle
  • Current CPR/ First Aid certification preferred or completed within 90 days of hire


  • One year of pediatric experience

Salary: Negotiable

Benefits: Flexible Schedule, PTO and retirement matching after 1 year of FT employment

Reimbursement: ASHA and MT State Licensure Dues

Hours: Flexible, Full-time (34-40 hours/week)

Call Shanna Stack today at 406-546-1103 with questions!


700 SW Higgins Ave Ste 103

Missoula, MT 59803


Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000.00 to $56,000.00 /year


  • MT state licensure as SLP (Required)

Click here to apply.

Student Assistants (Othello-UW Commons)

Job Location: Othello UW Commons-4200 S Othello Street, Seattle, WA 98118

The Othello-UW Commons is a new initiative of the University of Washington and is a whole-University effort involving the leadership of the Executive Office as well as that of nearly half of the UW’s schools and colleges.

The Othello-UW Commons is an approximately 2,200 square foot teaching, learning, and event/gathering space under lease by the UW in a new multi-use complex located in Southeast Seattle adjacent to the Othello light rail station. Collaborators in the Othello-UW Commons will seek to build upon and extend enduring community partnerships and catalyze new, mutually reinforcing partnerships in Southeast Seattle for years to come. Undergraduate Academic Affairs, a unit which shapes, advances and stewards a world-class undergraduate academic experience for students at the UW, will serve as the administrative home for this work and position. The space will open January 16th and programs will start the week of January 14th. All of the student jobs will take place at the Othello UW Commons in Southeast Seattle.

At the University of Washington, diversity is integral to excellence. We value and honor diverse experiences and perspectives, strive to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and promote access, opportunity and justice for all.


Othello-UW Commons seeks two hourly student assistants (undergraduate or graduate). Each student will report directly to the manager and maintain, clean and organize meeting and classroom spaces in a brand new learning, teaching and meeting venue. The students will also collaborate with other student workers and full time staff to provide customer service and be the point of contact for users of the space. The students must be willing to work evenings (5-9pm M-Thursday) and occasionally on the weekends. Each student may be asked to staff the space alone.


The primary responsibilities of this position will be to support the day to day operations of the Othello UW Commons including but not limited to:

  • Oversee the day-to-day operation of the facility, taking lead from the Manager of the Othello-UW Commons as well the Administrative Assistant
  • Open and close the classrooms and offices
  • Communicate with the property management to ensure the security of the facility
  • Maintain security incident log
  • Setup/reset the rooms before and after classes and programs
  • Ensure that guests adhere to policies and procedures for using wifi and audiovisual equipment
  • Notify Manager and/or Administrative Assistant of any maintenance needs
  • Work directly with Manager and Administrative Assistant to resolve general building, custodial and common area issues
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Meet minimum enrollment requirements for UW undergraduate or graduate students
  • Excellent customer service skills manifested in an ability to interact politely and respectfully with space users and visitors including UW staff, students and faculty as well as community members
  • Reliability, timeliness, and ability to work independently
  • Ability to balance shifting priorities and communicate well with supervisor
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Comfort with, and aptitude in working AV equipment
  • Excellent attention to detail and ability to check work for accuracy
  • Familiarity with SE Seattle communities is desired
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
  • Comfortable working with a diverse population in groups and individually
  • Ability to commit to approximately 12-14 hours/week during the academic year, with a possibility of similar hours extending through summer
  • Willingness to work evening hours (5-9pm) and occasional weekend hours
  • Ability to lift/move 20 pounds regularly and up to 40 pounds occasionally for classroom/event setup and tear down


Undergraduate Academic Affairs hopes to provide student employees with a meaningful work experience. Some intended learning competencies that will be developed in this position include:

  • Customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Experience working in a professional environment interacting with a variety of clientele
  • Resourcefulness and the ability to synthesize information
  • Time management and the ability to plan, organize and prioritize work
  • Building and fostering collaborative relationships in a diverse workplace
  • Familiarity with AV equipment and ability to problem solve technical issues independently


This position will report to the Manager of the Othello UW Commons.


  • 12-14 hours/week M-Th, $16/hour
  • Occasionally work up to 5-7 hours Friday through Sunday

Regular work hours will be scheduled during the hours of 5-9pm Monday through Thursday. There will be opportunities to occasionally work Friday-Sunday based upon needs of the space. Candidates should be willing and able to take on occasional weekend hours. Ideal candidates will be able to work through current academic year, with the possibility of the position continuing through summer and longer. During academic breaks, hours can increase or decrease based on need. Job location is at Othello-UW Commons in SE Seattle. Work study students are encouraged to apply.


Please email your cover letter and resume to othellocommons@uw.edu byWednesday, December 19th.

Speech Pathology CF, Cincinnati VA Medical Center

Positions begin: Summer or Early Fall 2019

Deadline for applications: 1/18/2019

CF positions in speech-language pathology are available at Cincinnati VA Medical Center.  The Speech Pathology Section serves inpatients, outpatients, and residents of a Community Living Center.  CFs will interact professionally with specialty services including Neurology, ENT, Medicine, Nutrition, Nursing, and other rehabilitation therapies.  All CFs 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.  They may also gain specialized experience in cognitive rehabilitation for veterans with TBI/polytrauma, neurogenic communication disorders, endoscopic procedures (FEES and videostroboscopy), and laryngectomy care.  We are seeking candidates with a strong interest in medical speech pathology and a desire to grow professionally in a fast-paced, learning-oriented medical setting.


  • CF positions are for one year.
  • These are temporary appointments without potential to become permanent positions.
  • Applicants with a strong academic background and/or clinical experience in neuroscience, neurogenic cognitive/ communication disorders, voice, and dysphagia are preferred.
  • Only US citizens are eligible to apply.
  • Interviews for top candidates will be scheduled 3/11/19-3/14/19 (in person or videoconference).



  • Resume
  • Letter of interest describing your background, professional interests, and why you would like to be part of our team
  • Graduate program transcripts (can be unofficial)
  • 2 letters of recommendation from faculty or clinical supervisors (include these in your scanned email attachment, do not send separately)

All application packets must be emailed by Friday, 1/18/2019.  Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.

Please email applications to:

kathy.groves@va.gov and laura.klug@va.gov

Please contact us with questions:

Kathy Groves, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S                          Laura Klug, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS

                kathy.groves@va.gov                                                    laura.klug@va.gov

          513-861-3100, ext. 5226                                            513-861-3100, ext. 5293

2 CF Positions, Minneapolis VA System

Desired start in Summer 2019.

Clinical Fellows participate in a truly interdisciplinary team approach to evaluation and treatment of veterans and service members served within the medical center.  Veterans served cross the age span from young adult through older adult populations. CFs evaluate and treat communication, cognitive and swallowing disorders related to stroke, head and neck cancer, TBI & Polytrauma and a wide variety of other medical diagnoses. They may provide aural rehabilitation and Transgender communication services as well.  CFs receive training in instrumental assessment and treatment procedures including modified barium swallows, FEES, and stroboscopy. Many therapies may be delivered via a range of Clinical Video Telehealth options. CFs 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, community outings and local and national outcomes data collection (e.g. FIM, NOMS and other outcome measures). There may be opportunities to participate in research as well. CFs are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the many continuing education experiences offered within the hospital and community.  The Minneapolis VA Health Care System is a specialty site for Assistive Technology, a TBI Center of Excellence, and is one of five recognized Polytrauma Centers in the VA. MVAHCS offers CARF-accredited programs in inpatient rehabilitation for amputation, brain Injury, stroke, and spinal cord injury; residential transitional rehabilitation for brain Injury, outpatient brain injury and spinal cord injury, assistive technology, and chronic pain.

Minneapolis is known for its lakes and parks and offers a wide variety of educational opportunities, recreational activities, music, arts, outstanding restaurants, and professional sports.  It is consistently ranked as one of the most literate cities in the country and is 2nd on the National Fitness Index.  The Wall Street Journal rated Minneapolis 4th in the top 10 culinary destinations in the world.  It has the largest outdoor sculpture garden in the country, the 2nd most theater seats per capita next to New York City, and is rated the number one bike-friendly city in the US by Bicycling Magazine.

Further information on the Minneapolis VA Medical Center may be found on the Minneapolis VA Health Care System website at http://www.va.gov/minneapolis/ .   Applicants may apply for consideration by submitting a cover letter, résumé, unofficial undergraduate and graduate school transcripts, and three letters of reference.   References sent by post is preferred.  Applicants may submit these materials via post or email by January 18 to:

Don MacLennan, M.A., CCC-SLP

Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Health Care System

One Veterans Drive  (127A)

Minneapolis, MN  55417


For additional information, please contact Don MacLennan at (612) 467-1530, or email donald.maclennan@va.gov

Audiologist, Texas Children’s Hospital (Houston, TX)

We are looking for Audiologists to join our team!

We have multiple openings – Audiologist I (Audiology, Clinical Generalist), and Audiologist II (Audiology, Clinical Specialist). In these positions, you’ll get the opportunity to identify, diagnose, and manage auditory disorders for a pediatric population up to 21 years of age, with additional responsibilities for clinic operations, research, and teaching.

Job Duties & Responsibilities

  • Amplification evaluations/dispensing, verification, validation, programming and training
  • Age appropriate diagnostic assessments and interpretation
  • Counsels/educates parents regarding test results/recommendations/financial resources
  • Assist Advanced Clinical Specialist in training, off-orientation, and skills validation activities
  • Clinical special projects such as calibration or research projects in conjunction with
  • Advanced Clinical Specialist

Skills & Requirements

  • Doctorate in Audiology (Au. D.) or Linguistics
  • TXAUDLIC – Texas Audiology License Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
  • BLS – Cert-Basic Life Support American Heart Association
  • CCC-A – Cert-Audiology American Speech-Language-Hearing Association OR ABA- CERT -Cert-Audiology American Board of Audiology

For more information, please contact Allison Han (sxhan@texaschildrens.org) To apply, please visit: http://texaschildrenspeople.org/

School SLP, 0.3 FTE (Chimacum School District – WA)

.3 FTE may be increased to .5 FTE

2018-2019 School Year

Assigned School(s): District Wide

Position Specifics:

Responsible for the evaluation and provision of speech language therapy to students of all grade levels who qualify for speech services per state requirements.

Position Summary:

The employee is primarily responsible for evaluation and provision of speech language and communication therapy. Employee may provide services in a variety of pre-school, elementary and/or secondary educational, individual or team settings.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate students with communication disorders including receptive- expressive language, articulation, voice, and fluency to determine eligibility and need for speech/language services at a variety of age levels.
  • Document communication skill deficits and their impact on the student’s educational performance.
  • Develop and implement an efficient service delivery schedule including individual, small group, and large group instruction.
  • Maintain data base of relevant information and frequent progress monitoring of student skill levels.
  • Complete all required paperwork (evaluation reports, IEP’s, progress reports, etc.) on time and consistent with district, state and federal requirements for compliance.
  • Schedule and conduct IEP meetings, and participate as an IEP team member in a timely professional manner.
  • Work cooperatively with building teams, district teams and outside agency teams to develop, plan and implement instruction.
  • Submit billing to Medicaid when needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Therapist must have successful experience in working with families and communities, or have otherwise demonstrated a commitment to strengthening engagement of a community and skill in communicating with a diverse population.
  • Successful completion of a Speech Pathology certification program at an accredited college or university, and valid Washington state certification(s) and/or endorsement(s).
  • Experience as a Speech Language Pathologist in a public school setting preferred.
  • Demonstration of organization and management skills.
  • Ability to work with a variety of people in a wide range of settings.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with parents, students, and staff verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to work, relate and communicate positively and effectively with staff, students and parents as part of a collaborative team at both the building as well as the district level.
  • Ability to use IEP computerized systems to write assessment reports and IEPs.
  • Knowledge of and experience with using augmentative communication systems and devices. Including administering and interpreting a wide variety of diagnostic tools.
  • Knowledge of and experience with feeding and oral motor therapy skills.
  • Experience with emerging language and the preschool population.
  • Physical stamina and ability to assist physically disabled students if needed to support program instruction.
  • Skill and ability to utilize technology to aid instruction, assessment and learning.
  • Evidence of continuous professional learning and a commitment to participate in professional growth opportunities and self-reflection on professional practice.
  • Ability to be flexible in terms of service delivery and schedule.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.


Master’s degree Speech Language Pathology
Current Washington State ESA
Current Washington State Speech Pathologist License
Current Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA


Complete Online applications include: letter of interest, completed district certificated application, resume, and three (3) letters of recommendation.




Full-time Pediatric SLP or CF (Fairbanks, AK)

Compensation Package Includes:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Relocation Allowance/Sign-On Bonus
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package
    • Includes Medical, Dental, Vision, and AFLAC
  •  Retirement Plan
    • Building Blocks matches up to 3%
  • $1,000.00 Yearly Continuing Education Allowance

Other Benefits Include:

  • Mentorship program available
  • Paid Documentation time
  • Clinic Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, no weekends!
  • Clinic Closed for all major holidays – you get them as paid holidays
  • Short Term Disability policy paid by clinic for all full time employees
  • 15 days of paid sick leave
  • 15 days of paid personal leave
  • Caseload of up to 7-8 clients per day maximum
  • 10,000 square foot, fully supplied clinic
  • Be a part of a collaborative team:
    • Weekly Department Meetings
    • Weekly Staff Meetings
    • Work closely with OTs, COTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, and SLPAs

Come join our Dynamic clinic where a team approach is encouraged

We’re distinguished in our field because we put people first – our patients and our employees

Please contact Traci Roon (Owner) for more information! (907) 374-4911 or buildingblockspt@gci.net

Full-time School SLP (Issaquah, WA)

Job Purpose:

The Gersh Organization is dedicated to changing the lives of children on the autism spectrum.  Our team of professionals is committed to providing opportunities, inspiration, and guidance for every child to reach their full potential, regardless of the challenges they face. With our family of programs in various locations on Long Island and in Puerto Rico, Gersh is the leading provider of educational and support services for children on the autism spectrum and their families.

Gersh Academy at Cougar Mountain provides an environment where programs and services are customized around our student’s individual needs both inside and outside the classroom.  Expanding our program to the Pacific North West and at Cougar Mountain allows for limitless opportunities to use our curriculum and vocational philosophies to create new and exciting experiences that benefit our students, their families and the community.  

Gersh Academy at Cougar Mountain is seeking a smart and energetic Speech and Language Pathologist to provide speech therapy support to children ages 4-21. The Speech Pathologist will regularly collaborate with other disciplines and services at departmental and system levels. Speech Pathologist is expected to independently review outcomes and modify intervention programs. Clinical reasoning and professional judgment are essential and the ideal candidate will have experience with screening, evaluation, educational program and transition planning, and therapeutic intervention for students with disabilities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Speech and Language pathologists will promote optimal function and engagement in meaningful activities.
  • They will provide support to families, and collaborate with other disciplines, as needed in order to address goals and objectives as indicated in each student’s IFSP or IEP.
  • Provide speech and language therapy/evaluations for language, auditory processing disorder, articulation, and voice fluency
  • Work with children who have autism
  • Utilize behavior management techniques
  • Write evaluations and progress reports
  • Consult and collaborate with parents, school teachers, and fellow colleagues
  • In compliance with state and local requirements, each therapist will be responsible for maintaining appropriate documentation regarding student services and subsequent needs


  • Master’s Degree in Speech and Language Pathology or Communicative Disorders
  • Washington State licensure in Speech and Language Pathology
  • TSSLD certification preferred

Working Conditions

  • Occasional before and after school work hours at the discretion of the Administrative staff
  • School / Classroom setting

Physical requirements

  • Must be able to keep students safe from themselves and others and in some cases may need to implement CPI procedures
  • Must be able to remove oneself from potentially harmful situations and in some cases be able to lift a child


Charese McNeill-Owhe, Human Resources Manager

Gersh Academy West Hempstead

Email: cmcneill@gershacademy.org

Phone: 516-778-6113

Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor of CSD, non-tenure track Audiology/Hearing Science (Ohio University)

Ohio University, Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders, seeks applications and nominations for a non-tenure track Clinical Faculty position at the level of Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor depending on qualifications. It is a 9 month full time academic year appointment starting August 15, 2019. Job duties include teaching, clinical supervision, direct clinical service, mentoring AuD students, conducting collaborative research, and service to the department and university.

The ideal candidate will have experience gained at any time and/or interest in one or more of the following areas: Hearing Aids, Diagnostic Audiology, Hearing Science, and Aural Rehabilitation. We seek a candidate with a commitment to:
working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds; and active learning and use of technology in the learning process.

Minimum Qualifications:
• AuD or PhD-AuD in Communication Sciences and Disorders (PhD may be in a closely related field; ABD acceptable at time of hire). Foreign equivalent degrees also acceptable.
• Consideration given to candidates who hold or are eligible for (a) the Certificate of Clinical Competence in audiology (CCC-A) awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and (b) Ohio State Licensure in audiology.

Established in 1804, Ohio University is a doctoral/research extensive university and the oldest public institution of higher learning in the state of Ohio. It is located in Athens, in the scenic Appalachian foothills. As a comprehensive institution, Ohio offers distinctive and high quality undergraduate and focused graduate education. The Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders has a distinguished history beginning in 1937. We began by offering the baccalaureate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 1937 and the MA-SLP in 1950. We have had an audiology program since 1973 and an AuD program since 2003. The PhD program was established in 1957. We are seeking candidates with (a) leadership potential, (b) strong organizational and interpersonal skills to relate to diverse faculty, staff, students and community members, and (c) strong communication skills to collaborate with diverse constituencies, locally, nationally, and internationally.

Competitive salary plus excellent benefits including educational benefits for employee & eligible dependents. Rank, salary, and teaching expertise are negotiable as we are seeking the best and most qualified person for the position. Successful and collaborative faculty are available to mentor in teaching and scholarship.

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Please complete the online application and attach required documents, which include cover letter, resume/CV, statement of research interests, statement of teaching philosophy, and any course syllabi, minimum list of 3 professional references (with address, telephone number(s), and email).

Applicant may contact Rebecca Meier, AuD, Search Chair; meierr@ohio.edu; 740.593.0448 with questions about the position.

Review of application materials will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. For full consideration, please apply by January 7, 2019 at: http://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/29105

Latinx Scholars Graduate School Fellowship

Application Deadline:  December 7, 2018

In 2013, a group of engaged, committed UW faculty, civic and business leaders joined together to establish the Latinx Scholars Graduate School Fellowship to provide financial assistance to UW graduate students who have a demonstrated commitment to Latinx communities. For this application cycle, the Latinx Scholars Graduate School Fellowship is a one-time award of $1,500.


  • Student must be enrolled full-time in a master’s or doctoral degree program at the University of Washington;
  • Student’s research, work, and/or service must demonstrate their commitment to Latinx communities.

For complete information about this opportunity, including how to apply, click here.