Category Archives: SLP Clinical Fellowships / New Graduates

SLP for Inpatient Rehab in Yuma, AZ

SLP for Inpatient Rehab in Yuma, AZ – with mentorship program

Inpatient 51 bed acute inpatient rehab hospital that provides a higher level of comprehensive rehabilitation services with all the most innovative equipment and the latest technology with an experienced staff to mentor a new grad.

We are accredited by The Joint Commission. In addition to caring for general rehabilitation diagnoses such as orthopedic, amputation, pulmonary rehab, brain injury, multi-trauma, neurological disorders, cardiac rehab, dysphagia, rheumatoid disorders, myopathy, and industrial rehab, we offer a specialized inpatient program for stroke.

Our friendly therapists have a wide range of experience and are teamwork oriented. The majority of our population is adult/geriatric with a variety of neurological and orthopedic diagnoses.

We offer a competitive salary

Relocation Assistance

$10,000 sign on bonus

CEU Reimbursement

Full benefits start the first day of work:

Yuma is located 2.5 hours from Phoenix and 2.5 hours from San Diego.  Surrounded by small mountains, we are close enough to ski slopes for a weekend trip.  We have sand dunes for recreational sports (they are the dunes in Star Wars and Space Balls).  We are minutes from Mexico.  Yuma is the 3rd fastest growing city in the US and recently rated the 3rd most desirable place to live in the country.

We hold the record for the most recorded hours of sunshine in a year, in the world!  Summers are definitely warm, but with the low humidity and close proximity to water sports at the Colorado River, we stay nice and cool.  The winter here is beautiful.  No coats required and outdoor activities are a must.

Email resume: pam@murdockrecruiting.com

SLP CFY Opening

Full-Time CF Speech Language Pathologist: Early Support Program

Wonderland Child & Family Services

Wonderland is hiring a speech language pathologist to serve children birth to three years of age and their families residing primarily in North King and south Snohomish Counties. This position is responsible for providing evaluation and educational support services for children who are delayed or disabled in a manner impacting their development, thereby reducing the impact of the child’s diagnosis or delay on their skills and abilities. The speech language pathologist also provides coaching, consultation and training services for caregivers of enrolled children, and is an active participant in our transdisciplinary team of therapists, educators, and family resource coordinators. This position reports to a team therapy supervisor.

Chief responsibilities:
 Assess and evaluate each child’s performance in all areas of development using instruments
and a timetable approved by the agency.
 Participate in the development of each child’s Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
 Provide direct and indirect services to children with developmental delays or disabilities in their natural learning environments.
 Provide coaching and consultation for staff, parents and care providers.
 Attend or conduct conferences/consultations with caregivers.
 Participate as a member of the transdisciplinary team including caregivers and professional
staff.
 Serve as a liaison with the medical and educational community on behalf of enrolled children
and their parents/caregivers.
 Demonstrate a caring, nonjudgmental attitude with every family.
 Attend scheduled clinical and staff meetings and be an active participant in staff related
activities.
 Prepare written reports and chart notes as required by Wonderland Child & Family Services.
 Provide in-service trainings of staff and volunteers as needed.
Requirements/Qualifications:
 MA or MS degree with a valid license in the state of Washington.
 CFY student preferrable.
 Valid driver’s license, current insurance and reliable automobile required.
 At least one year of working with young children (0-3) and families preferred.
 Bilingual preferred.
 Able to work at a center, in a family’s home, and in a variety of community settings.
 Physical requirements: able to participate in active floor time including sitting, standing,
walking and lifting up to 50 pounds.
 Current criminal background check maintained for all employees.
 Effective verbal and written communication skills.
 Strong organizational skills.
 Valid driver’s license, current insurance and reliable automobile required.
 Wonderland employees are mandated reporters of any suspected abuse or neglect of a child to either DSHS or law enforcement.
 Commitment to building and strengthening equity practices.

About Wonderland Child & Family Services
Wonderland Child & Family Services is a multi-program agency serving children from birth through age 12 with developmental delays, disabilities, and prenatal substance exposure. Founded 50 years ago, Wonderland’s mission is to provide a strong and equitable foundation for children and their families with diverse needs and abilities to flourish through therapy, education, advocacy, and resources. We reach hundreds of families every month through Early Childhood Programs & Services and Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure. Our direct service providers are uniquely trained to provide trauma- and FASD-informed care.

Benefits Include:
– Competitive wages (DOE)
– Health, Vision & Dental Insurance
– PTO and generous paid holidays (including the last week of the year from December 25 th
through January 1 st )
– Flexible Schedules
– 401(k) retirement plan
– Life and AD&D Insurance
– Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
– Training and Continuing Education
– Mileage Reimbursement
*Note: Benefits available to each employee dependent on FTE.
Office location: Shoreline, Washington. Initial training to take place in surrounding areas.
Hours: full-time
To apply: Submit cover letter and resume to jbuzzard@wonderlandkids.org. No phone calls, please.

Wonderland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

SLP Position

Looking for a unique career opportunity as an SLP?
FT/PT, CF or Contractor Speech-language Pathologist, The Swain Center
Santa Rosa
The Swain Center, an innovative private practice located in the beautiful Sonoma County
Wine Country, is offering a full-time, part-time or contractor position for a speech-
language pathologist or CF. The Swain Center is a cutting-edge clinic that provides a
variety of services which include:

 One on one speech therapy for adults and children
 Early intervention speech-language based preschool classes
 Social skill groups
 Parent education programs
 Academic support services
 Parent-family training and technological interventions
 Feeding programs

Owned and operated by Dr. Deborah Swain, former CSHA president and current Editor
of ASHA SIG 17 Perspectives Journal, The Swain Center is recognized for its quality
wide-ranged offerings for speech-language and learning services. The Swain Center
works collaboratively with educators, medical professionals as well as other service-
related professionals in order to provide comprehensive services to the populations that
are served. In addition, The Swain Center provides comprehensive services to a large
Spanish speaking population, so Spanish-English bilingual skills would be appreciated.

This clinical setting offers a fun, lively and optimal work environment, maximal collegial
support, mentoring opportunities, leading and current diagnostic and treatment tools and
supplies, diverse caseload, research and publication opportunities, flexible hours and
caseload, continuing education support, private therapy offices with current technology
and receptionist/ office support.
The Swain Center offers the following benefits:
Competitive Salary
Varied and stimulating caseload
CEU support
Community interaction
Medical, Dental and Liability Insurance
401k Retirement
Contact:
Dr. Deborah Ross-Swain, CCC-SLP
dswain@theswaincenter.com
(707) 575-1468
www.theswaincenter.com

CF Job Opening

Full-Time CF Speech Language Pathologist: Early Support Program Wonderland Child & Family Services

Wonderland is hiring a speech language pathologist to serve children birth to three years of age and their families residing primarily in North King and south Snohomish Counties. This position is responsible for providing evaluation and educational support services for children who are delayed or disabled in a manner impacting their development, thereby reducing the impact of the child’s diagnosis or delay on their skills and abilities. The speech language pathologist also provides coaching, consultation and training services for caregivers of enrolled children, and is an active participant in our transdisciplinary team of therapists, educators, and family resource coordinators. This position reports
to a team therapy supervisor.

Chief responsibilities:

  • Assess and evaluate each child’s performance in all areas of development using instruments
    and a timetable approved by the agency.
  • Participate in the development of each child’s Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
  • Provide direct and indirect services to children with developmental delays or disabilities in their natural learning environments.
  • Provide coaching and consultation for staff, parents and care providers.
  • Attend or conduct conferences/consultations with caregivers.
  • Participate as a member of the transdisciplinary team including caregivers and professional
    staff.
  • Serve as a liaison with the medical and educational community on behalf of enrolled children and their parents/caregivers.
  • Demonstrate a caring, nonjudgmental attitude with every family.
  • Attend scheduled clinical and staff meetings and be an active participant in staff related
    activities.
  • Prepare written reports and chart notes as required by Wonderland Child & Family Services.
  • Provide in-service trainings of staff and volunteers as needed.

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • MA or MS degree with a valid license in the state of Washington.
  • CFY student preferrable.
  •  Valid driver’s license, current insurance and reliable automobile required.
  • At least one year of working with young children (0-3) and families preferred.
  • Bilingual preferred.
  • Able to work at a center, in a family’s home, and in a variety of community settings.
  • Physical requirements: able to participate in active floor time including sitting, standing,
    walking and lifting up to 50 pounds.
  • Current criminal background check maintained for all employees.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Valid driver’s license, current insurance and reliable automobile required.
  • Wonderland employees are mandated reporters of any suspected abuse or neglect of a child to either DSHS or law enforcement.
  • Commitment to building and strengthening equity practices.

About Wonderland Child & Family Services
Wonderland Child & Family Services is a multi-program agency serving children from birth through age 12 with developmental delays, disabilities, and prenatal substance exposure. Founded 50 years ago, Wonderland’s mission is to provide a strong and equitable foundation for children and their families with diverse needs and abilities to flourish through therapy, education, advocacy, and resources. We reach hundreds of families every month through Early Childhood Programs & Services and Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure. Our direct service providers are uniquely trained to provide trauma- and FASD-informed care.

Benefits Include:
– Competitive wages (DOE)
– Health, Vision & Dental Insurance
– PTO and generous paid holidays (including the last week of the year from December 25 th
through January 1 st )
– Flexible Schedules
– 401(k) retirement plan
– Life and AD&D Insurance
– Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
– Training and Continuing Education
– Mileage Reimbursement
*Note: Benefits available to each employee dependent on FTE.

Office location: Shoreline, Washington. Initial training to take place in surrounding areas.

Hours: full-time

To apply: Submit cover letter and resume to jbuzzard@wonderlandkids.org. No phone calls, please.

Job Opportunity for Graduates/Alumni

Sonos Neurotherapies is on the hunt for two experienced speech language pathologists to help provide services to the Central Oregon community! One position is open for a pediatric focused speech-language pathologist and another position is open for a speech-language pathologist to work with both pediatrics and adults.
If you meet the following requirements and are interested, please email us your resume, a cover letter and three references.
Minimum Requirements for the full time pediatric position:
-Currently acquiring or holding your State of Oregon license in speech-language pathology
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills
-Competency working with articulation and language disorders
-Spanish language proficiency a plus
Minimum Requirements for the full time pediatric and adult mixed position:
-Currently acquiring or holding your State of Oregon license in speech-language pathology
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills
-Competency working with speech, language, swallowing, voice, and cognitive disorders
-Spanish language proficiency a plus
If you would like to know more about our clinic, you can contact us or visit our website: www.sonosbend.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
SONOS NEUROTHERAPIES

contact@sonosbend.com

Hiring SLP

We are currently hiring a speech-language pathologist at All Children’s Speech Therapy in BC, Canada. For current graduate students who are looking to relocate to Vancouver for an opportunity in working in early intervention and with the school-age population. 

Maya Callender Ph.D., CCC-SLP, RSLP

allchildrensspeechtherapy@gmail.com

All Children’s Speech Therapy, Inc.
(604) 367-7924

Multidisciplinary CF Positions

I am currently looking to hire a CF SLP for a unique multidisciplinary SLP position that focuses on assessment and treatment of language disorders, pragmatic language and autism related areas in school-age students, in southern CA. This position offers a unique opportunity to be part of a multidisciplinary group of specialists, including special education attorneys. We offer a starting salary of $92.000, a relocation assistance of $2000. We’ll also cover a preliminary licensing and meet/greet trip to CA upon acceptance of the position.

Dr. Jim Davis, DPT

Clinical Director

Aspire Special Education Law and Services

www.aspirespecialed.com

Tel: 909-297-4057

Fax: 949-269-6458

CHILD Seeking Candidates for 21/22 SLP CF!

CHILD is seeking candidates for its 2021-2022 Speech Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship!
Are you looking to make a Difference for children and families?
CHILD is seeking candidates for its 2021-2022 Speech Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship!
This fellowship provides an opportunity to work in a pediatric setting committed to a collaborative relationship-based approach to learning where children progress! Supervision will be provided by a neurodiversity-informed SLP on-site.
Join our fantastic team of educators, therapists, parents, and other professionals in the critical role of Speech and Language Therapist (SLP) in a unique school + clinic environment. Children present with a variety of challenges associated with autism, learning disabilities, developmental delays, and other conditions impacting language and communication.
Responsibilities include:
  • Speech/Language/Communication Evaluation process;
  • Create, monitor, and carry out all aspects of the Communication IEP/Therapy plan;
  • Provide extensive consult/support with staff and families.
There will also be opportunities to participate in and develop on-site trainings and professional development.
Benefits include:
  • Health Care (including Vision and Dental)
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Professional License Fee + Liability Insurance Reimbursement
  • Continuing Ed
  • Paid time off
Position Requires: Completed Master’s Degree
Salary: $65,000 annually
Interested Candidates: Apply online:
  • Letter of interest
  • Resume/CV
  • Professional SLP writing sample(s) [Evaluation Report/Tx Plan/IEP Goals]
  • Professional References/Letters of Recommendation