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Speech-Language Pathologist – Independence Rehab – Renton, WA

Independence Rehab is actively searching for a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist to float between our facilities Talbot Rehabilitation Center and Renton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Renton, WA! Although you would be floating between the two facilities, they are located within 10 minutes of each other so the commute would be a breeze!

1 year of Skilled Nursing experience is preferred but not required. New grads, as well as those who are coming into their CFY, are welcome to apply!

Please only apply if you possess an active Washington State SLP license. Thanks!

Job Type: Full-time


  • Skilled Nursing Facility: 1 year (Preferred)


  • SLP License (Required)

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Soliant Job Announcements

Soliant places SLP CCC & CF’s in school districts nationwide. Listed below are a few positions we have open in Washington.

SLP CCC/CF Position near Everett, WA:

  • Full time hours for the full school year
  • Secondary caseload
  • District is ready to interview and offer!

SLC CCC/CF Position near Lakewood, WA:

  • Full time hours for the full school year
  • Near Tacoma, WA
  • Very supportive director and department

SLP CCC/CF Position near Enumclaw, WA:

  • Full time or part time hours for the full school year
  • Openings in PreK-Highschool
  • Director is ready to interview!

SLP CCC/CF Position 1 hour North of Seattle, WA:

  • Full time opening for the full school year
  • PreK-Elementary caseload
  • Very supportive department
  • Director is ready to receive resumes and begin interviews!

I would love to assist any recent or past graduates that are seeking employment for the 2019-2020 school year. Not interested in WA? Call Morgan Burel at 678-459-1129 to hear more about other opportunities that we have nationwide!

Resumes can be sent to!

Pipeline Project Graduate Staff Assistant (GSA)

The Pipeline Project Graduate Staff Assistant (GSA) will support efforts that focus on organizing credit-bearing “Inner Pipeline” seminars, implementing racial equity concepts throughout our programming, and helping with other Pipeline Project educational initiatives. Our ideal candidate has an interest in continuing the GSA commitment for two academic years. Please click on the link above for the position description and application instructions. Applications are now due by Sunday 11:59pm, April 21st, 2019.

For the position description, please click on the link above.

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Applications & How to Apply:

The position is open until April 21, 2019 at 11:59 PM. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be scheduled as soon as possible.  To apply, please submit the following documents:

  • A current resume (one page)
  • A cover letter describing why you believe you are an excellent candidate for the position
  • A diversity statement describing your experience engaging and working with diverse communities, particularly in the context of your professional, volunteer, or civic work. Please also address efforts you have made or been involved with to teach others to foster cultural responsiveness and racial equity.
  • Contact information for three professional references

Please send application materials to

For questions, please email

Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

The Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for new graduates to develop the specialized skills to provide the highest quality speech therapy to children from birth to 21 years old. Upon completion, our fellows are well-prepared with a strong foundation of concepts and knowledge to provide evidence based care, act as strong patient and family advocates, and be a vital contributor to the advancement of the profession.

Program benefits:
• Paid full-time position with full benefits
• One-on-one mentoring by licensed SLPs
• Participation in the California Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (CA-LEND) program

• 13-month fellowship beginning in September
• Clinical evaluation and treatment experience in motor speech, language, cognition, swallowing, cleft palate and craniofacial related disorders.
• Hands-on training and experience in three specialty clinical tracks throughout the year, including:
o Boone Fetter Clinic (specialized interdisciplinary autism clinic)
o Craniofacial and Cleft Care Clinic
o The USC Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, and                  Service (UCEDD) Clinic
• The CA-LEND training program is 32-week training program with a curriculum consisting of seven modules that cover multiple diagnostic and therapeutic experiences. For more information on the CA-LEND program please visit


• Newly graduated SLPs undergoing their clinical fellowship year
• Graduate of an accredited SLP Master’s program
• Must be eligible for the state of California RPE and ASHA’s clinical fellowship

• Cover letter
• Resume / CV
• Transcripts (unofficial is acceptable) to Karen Fadul, Staff Development Coordinator at

Applications due by:
APRIL 30, 2019

Lakeshore Professional Voice Center Clinical Fellowship

Lakeshore Professional Voice Center (LPVC), Lakeshore Ear, Nose & Throat Center is accepting applications for clinical fellowship positions in voice pathology beginning in the fall of 2019. LPVC is located in St. Clair Shores, MI outside of Detroit.  LPVC provides outstanding training for evaluation and treatment of all voice disorders, including the speaking and singing voice, as well as swallowing and airway disorders. Clinical fellows train under the tutelage of Juliana Codino, MS, CCC-SLP, PhDC and laryngologist, Adam Rubin, M.D. and experience an interdisciplinary team approach to care of the patient. Clinical fellows become proficient in voice therapy, acoustic and aerodynamic assessment, respiratory retraining, videostroboscopy and flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing. Opportunities to participate in research and teaching of speech pathology students are provided as well.

This is a 1-year fellowship.  The requirements for applicants are as follows:

  1. 2 year master’s degree in speech pathology from an ASHA accredited program
  2. Particular interest in voice
  3. Singing experience preferred, but not required
  4. All materials should be merged into a single PDF file and should include:
  5. Letter of intent
  6. Curriculum vitae
  7. Official graduate transcript
  8. 2 letters of recommendation with at least one from a clinical supervisor

Applications requested by February 15, 2019.  For further inquiries, please contact

Juliana Codino, MS, CCC-SLP, PhDC

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.

Speech-Language Pathology Training Program – VA Portland Health Care System

Speech-Language Pathology Training Program
1 Year Clinical Fellowships 2019-2020
VA Portland Health Care System
Portland, Oregon

The training program is funded by VHA Office of Academic Affiliations. These fellowships are available only for US citizens.

Students are provided with required readings on advanced topics and attend various colloquia, symposiums and seminars.

We provide training in a) fluoroscopic evaluation of swallowing and FEES, b) evaluation of voice with the use the Kay voice analysis system, direct and fiberoptic laryngoscopy, and stroboscopy, c) evaluation and treatment for the use of trachea-esophageal speaking valves, d) evaluation for use of speaking valves, including in ventilated patients, e) evaluation of speech, language, and cognition, and f) evaluation and implementation of AAC devices and cognitive prosthetics.

Training occurs in the following locations:
• ENT-including Head & Neck Surgery (SICU); General Medicine Teams 1-5; Medical/Surgical
Intensive Care Unit; Community Living Center, Vancouver Campus: Rehabilitation Unit,
Skilled Nursing Care Unit, Long-term care, Hospice and Palliative care; Polytrauma Clinic; ALS
Multidisciplinary Clinic; Dysphagia Outpatient Clinics; General SLP Outpatient Clinics

We require each CFY to develop and present a presentation on a topic of their choice, either to our internal staff, or to one of the interdisciplinary teams. Observation, didactic teaching, and supervision are provided throughout each rotation with the goal of progressively weaning the student toward independence. In addition to daily ongoing feedback, each student meets with their mentor weekly to discuss the student’s progress along with any other issues of concern.

The application deadline is November 16, 2018, and the start date is typically at the beginning of October of the following year.

If you would like clarification or further information, please contact Dr. Craig Larson, Trainee Coordinator, by email,, or phone 503-220-8262, Ext. 55723.

Any student interested in applying should send a brief email to Dr. Craig Larson,, stating his or her intent to apply.

Applicants should submit a cover letter stating interest and career goals, curriculum vitae, unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. Please use the VA Letter of Recommendation SLP Form that is available on our website. At least one recommendation should be from an academic professor and one from a clinical instructor. An academic and clinical professor can speak to both areas, if applicable. Letters of recommendation can be emailed to Dr. Larson directly by the professor or can
be included in the student’s application. If emailed, “Letter of Recommendation for Name of Applicant” should be included in the subject line.

Certified Speech Therapist / CCC-SLP / Speech-Language Pathologist Inpatient Rehab Setting

Permanent Hire, Full-Time / Pacific States location; couple hours of the west coast

If you have completed your Fellowship and are seeking a challenging and
rewarding setting, please consider this opportunity!

Wide range of Neurological and Orthopedic impairments:
 There may be CVA, Parkinson’s, TBI, SCI, Multiple Trauma, COPD,
ACL, and post orthopedic surgeries and orthopedic injuries

COMPENSATION: Salary Range $83,000 – $100,000
 $10,000 Sign-On Bonus, plus $3,000 Relocation
 Full Benefits with Paid Time Off, 401K
 Onsite Interview paid, flight, car, hotel
 Student Loan Reimbursement for your previous school loans

 Rehab Team: 35-40 Therapists (PTs, OTs, SLPs)
 Speech-Language Pathology Team: 3 full-time and 1 part-time
 Patient Stay averages 12-15 days
 Inpatient Beds: ~150
 Newly Remodeled/Renovated; progressive setting with high tech
 Electronic documentation
 Participation on Multidisciplinary Teams; team approach with about 9
other healthcare professionals that also work with the patient

Location amenities: Pacific States location which is more about the
outdoor recreation available. This is not a large metro; it’s more rural.
Kayaking, hundreds of miles of hiking/cycling trails, farmers markets, local
Universities, college sports teams, a lot of culture with restaurants from
casual to fine dining, wine tasting rooms. It’s a great place to really grow in
your career and make a lot of money with their reasonable cost of living.

For inquire for full details, or send a resume to:
Patty Wyatt / direct 469.626.5161

Caregiving for Man with Brain Tumor

Caregiving for Man with Brain Tumor – if interested, please email Kara Sheridan, MS, CCC-SLP at 

50-yr old male undergoing treatment for brain tumor.  He is a physician.  He needs help for 2-3 hours a day (preferably in the a.m.) to get his routine going and follow through with his planner.  Impairments are pretty significant in memory.  If there was a grad student interested in providing “care giving” they would be able to also come and observe therapy to carryover strategies in the home.  The family would prefer to hire a grad student (like a nanny or babysitter) that has knowledge of cognitive impairments vs a hired caregiver that likely has no knowledge of cognitive impairments and integrating compensatory strategies in the home.

AuD Externship at University of Oklahoma

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center/Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery is offering a fourth year externship for Au.D. students. We currently have five audiologists. We are active participants in the Cochlear Implant and Cleft Palate Teams on this campus. In addition, we provide ototoxicity monitoring for patients from our department’s head and neck surgeons and other oncology physicians. We also work closely with our neurotologist treating balance, hearing loss and surgical patients.

The extern participating in this placement will gain experience in diagnostic hearing evaluations, evoked potential, VNG, Rotary Chair, Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP), Cochlear Implant evaluation and mapping, hearing aid evaluations and fittings. In addition to the wide variety of experiences available, we work closely with the Otolaryngology Department and many physicians within the community.

This placement offers the motivated Au.D. extern the opportunity to become proficient in the many areas of Audiology and gain confidence in making treatment decisions. Additionally, the skills and professionalism learned while participating in and communicating with multispecialty teams will be invaluable to a future career in Audiology.

Interested applicants for this externship should send their CV, 3 letters of recommendation and proof of academic readiness by 12/1/2018 via email to or mailed to the following address:

OUHSC/Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery

Attention: Angela Gathers, Au.D.

800 Stanton L. Young Blvd., AAT1400

Oklahoma City, OK 73104