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Wenatchee School District is hiring

Come Discover the “Apple Capital of the World!”

The Wenatchee School District is hiring! Currently looking for a 1.0 FTE Speech Language
Pathologist for the 2022-2023 school year. Outdoor activities in this beautiful Columbia River
Valley at the foothills of the beautiful Cascade Mountains are calling your name!

● ESA certificate in speech language pathology required (CFY encouraged to apply).
● Bilingual (English/ Spanish) preferred, but not required.
● Experience within a school system working with communication disorders and special education for students ages three through twenty-one preferred.
● Maintain professional competence through continuing education activities; maintain speech and language therapy ESA certification.
● May require prolonged sitting or standing. Attendance and punctuality are important functions of this position. Roles and Responsibilities
● Fulfill all obligations for a certificated SLP including but not limited to assessment, therapy,
Medicaid, mandated reports, consulting with teachers, parents and working as a member of
several teams.
● Must be able to meet multiple timelines, communicate well with parents, teachers and
● Maintain up-to-date cumulative speech and language therapy records for all assigned students; maintain other records as required by the district, state and federal law; follow all relevant state and federal regulations for special education; maintain confidentiality.
● Participate in professional development activities as needed or assigned.

● Competitive pay salary (MA step 0= $59,450)
● 5 per diem days for IEP, 6 per diem days for professional development
● Excellent dental, vision, and health benefits
● Retirement plans
● Compensation for caseload over 50 students

How to Apply
● Email craig.t@wenatcheeschools.org or call 509-663-7117

Immigration Reform and Control Act Requirement: The recommended applicant, if not a current regular employee, will be required to complete an INS I-9 form and must provide proof of employment eligibility prior to working.

Disclosure Statement and Record Check: Pursuant to Chapter 486, Washington Laws of 1987, the recommended applicant, if not a current regular employee, will be required to complete a disclosure form indicating whether he or she has been convicted of crimes against persons listed in the law. In addition, a background check, based on fingerprints, will be requested from the Washington State Patrol & FBI. Employment is conditional based upon completion of the record check. The Wenatchee School District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, marital status, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability, in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. This holds true for all staff and for students who are interested in participating in educational programs and/or extracurricular school activities. Inquiries may be directed to RCW Officer/ADA Coordinator and Executive Director of Human Resources, Kelly Lopez. Issues related to 504 and Title IX should be directed to Mike Lane, Executive Director of Learning & Teaching.


CFY at Puget Sound VA

Positions begin: Summer or Early Fall 2022
Deadline for Applications: January 31, 2022

The VA Puget Sound Health Care System Clinical Fellowships provide experience medical speech pathology.  Outcomes and evidence based practice is emphasized.  The Clinical Fellow may have opportunity for specialized training in endoscopy, post laryngectomy voice restoration, and assistive technology.

The Clinical Fellow may work closely with a variety of specialty services and teams, including Rehabilitation Medicine, Nutrition, Otolaryngology, Neurology, Neuropsychology, Primary Care, Multiple Sclerosis and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Care Teams, Spinal Cord Injury and
Disease Unit, and the Traumatic Brain Injury/Polytrauma Program. The Clinical Fellowship is divided into 3-4 separate rotations, located at both the Seattle and American Lake Divisions.
The Seattle division offers training in acute care, inpatient rehabilitation and spinal cord injury units, a community living center, and specialty outpatient clinics. The American Lake division (in Lakewood, Washington) offers training in outpatient clinics, the community living center, and specialty teams (e.g. ALS, Polytrauma, Stroke). Our staff Speech Pathologist are devoted to our training/mentoring program and clinical fellows can expect to work closely with their
clinical supervisors as they develop advanced clinical skills. We are seeking applicants with a strong interest in medical speech pathology, an ability to learn in a fast paced environment, have a strong academic background, and some clinical experience in a medical setting.


* CF positions are temporary appointments, full time for twelve months; tentatively scheduled to begin between July
2022 through August 2022.
* CF positions are 40 hours per week (Monday-Friday) with a compensation package that includes salary, health
benefits, and sick and annual leave.
*Only US citizens are eligible to apply.
*Graduation from a fully accredited Speech-Language Pathology graduate program (M.A. or M.S.) is required.
*Candidate should demonstrate an enthusiasm for Medical Speech Pathology with interest in neuroscience,
neurogenic cognitive/communication disorders, voice, and dysphagia, as evidenced by academic transcripts.
*Interviews will be scheduled with the selection team for top candidates, in person or via videoconference.


Submit the following items as a single PDF document by close of business (5 pm PST) on January 31 , 2022.
Please label PDF as follows: “LASTNAME.VAPUGETSOUND.CFY2022”
1)  Resume/CV
2)  Letter of interest including your background, professional interest and objective
3)  2 Letters of Recommendation signed by faculty or clinical supervisors (include these in your single PDF file,
do not send separately)

4)  Undergraduate and graduate transcripts (these can be official or unofficial)
5)  A brief (1/2 – 1 page) summary of a memorable assessment and/or course of intervention with a patient: provide a
brief overview of your history with the patient, and why this experience was memorable.
Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications that do not conform with these instructions
will not be considered.

Please email completed application packet to:
Junette Hope McGougin, MCD, CCC-SLP

CFY at West Palm Beach VA



West Palm Beach Veterans Affairs Healthcare System


Position begins: Summer 2022

Deadline for Applications: Friday, February 4, 2022

The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center  is a dynamic hospital offering a comprehensive Clinical Fellowship experience serving patients throughout the continuum of care, including inpatients, outpatients, and residents in the Community Living Center (CLC) and Hospice units. In addition, we provide comprehensive telemedicine and homecare services and group treatment programs to veterans in the community.


The Clinical Fellow will engage in a professionally challenging year gaining experience in evaluation and evidence based treatment of adults with dysphagia, aphasia, cognitive-communication impairments, motor-speech disorders, and voice disorders. The candidate will develop skills in performing swallowing evaluations (including fluoroscopic and endoscopic swallow evaluations), endoscopic voice evaluations, assistive technology (AAC) and post-laryngectomy voice restoration. Our hospital also serves as a Polytrauma Clinic Support Team (Level III). In addition, the Speech-Language Pathologists coordinate the Comprehensive ALS Interdisciplinary Team at our facility.


We are seeking applicants with a strong interest in adult medical speech-language pathology and internship experience in the acute care medical setting.


The CF position is twelve months to begin Summer/Fall 2022.

40 hours per week (Monday-Friday) with a compensation package that includes a stipend  of $41,993.00 plus medical and leave benefits.

This is a temporary appointment without potential to become a permanent position.

Only US citizens are eligible to apply.



Please submit the following in a single scanned PDF File via e-mail to:  Ann.Wick@va.gov

  1. Resume.
  2. Letter of interest.
  3. 2 Letters of recommendation signed by clinical supervisors & their contact information.
  4. Graduate program transcript (may be unofficial).
  5. CFY Candidacy Experience Document.

Application e-mail must be received by COB 2/4/2022.

Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. 

Virtual interviews will be scheduled in early March 2022.

Mountain Home (TN) CF





Tentative start: July 2022

Deadline for applications: March 1, 2022


We are currently accepting applications for a clinical fellow at Mountain Home, Tennessee.  The setting includes experiences in acute and critical care, outpatient clinic, and the CLC, which provides short-term rehab, respite, hospice/palliative care,  and long-term care.  Outcomes/Evidence based practice for treatment across communicative, cognitive, and swallowing disorders is emphasized.


The Mountain Home VAMC clinical fellowship provides experience in the evaluation and treatment of adults with cognitive communication impairments, aphasia, motor speech disorders, dysphagia, and voice disorders.  The clinical fellow can expect training in performing fluoroscopic swallow evaluations, stroboscopic voice evaluations, post laryngectomy voice restoration,  and assistive technology for augmenting communication and cognition.   The clinical fellow works closely with a variety of specialty services and teams including gastroenterology, radiology, neuropsychology, rehabilitation medicine, nutrition, pulmonology, primary care, and the traumatic brain Injury/polytrauma program.



 * CF positions are  twelve months. Tentatively scheduled to begin July 2022.

* CF positions are 40 hours per week (Monday-Friday) with a compensation package that includes

salary, health benefits, and sick and annual leave.

* These are temporary appointments without potential to become permanent positions.

* Applicants with strong academic backgrounds and clinical experience in medical speech pathology

including  neuroscience, neurogenic cognitive/communication disorders, voice, and dysphagia are


* Only US citizens are eligible to apply.





Please send the following items all together in the SAME e-mail or packet**:

1)   Letter of interest with a brief overview of clinical experiences and interests

2)   Resume/CV

3)   Two letters of recommendation from faculty or clinical supervisors –letters should be emailed or

       mailed with the complete application packetIf those writing your letter(s) of recommendation

       prefer that you not read them, you should send your packet by mail with sealed letters enclosed.

4)   Undergraduate and graduate transcripts (these can be unofficial)


**Incomplete or late packets will not be considered


All application packets must be received by COB March 1, 2022. Any interviews will be held in March (by phone or video).


For submissions, further information, or questions, interested candidates may contact  Patrick Henley, MS, CCC-SLP, at Patrick.henley1@va.gov.


Mailing Address:

James H. Quillen VAMC

P.O. Box 4000

Speech-Language Pathology Clinic (126)

Attention: Patrick Henley, SLP

Mountain Home, TN 37684

CF Opportunities

Boothby Therapy Services (www.boothbytherapy.com) is New Hampshire’s largest provider of speech, occupational therapy, psychology and vision services to schools and we are currently hiring clinical fellows for the 2022 – 2023 school year, as well as mid-year graduates ready to begin their placements in the current 2021 – 2022 school year.

At Boothby Therapy Services we take the CF experience very seriously and believe in supporting each one of our service providers through hands-on clinical and personal supports. This type of individualized support allows our providers to focus on delivering the very best quality of therapy to their students and becoming outstanding clinicians. Our company was named one of New Hampshire’s best companies to work for in 2020 and 2021 by Business NH Magazine.

I welcome any potential candidates to reach out to me directly via email or by phone at (603) 524-9090.

Gabrielle Owens (she / her), Director of Marketing & Recruitment


OHSU LEND Fellowship

About the program
The Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental & Related Disabilities (LEND) post
graduate degree fellowship in speech-language pathology is a full-time position that lasts
for 12 months, and is primarily clinical in nature. This experience includes all clinical
hours and requirements for completion of the American Speech-Language-Hearing
Association fellowship experience. Primary clinical training occurs at the Child
Development & Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) Clinics at Doernbecher Children’s
Hospital/Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon, with training and
mentorship provided by our faculty of speech-language pathologists. Clinical fellows
engage in multidisciplinary team assessments in rotations through our Craniofacial,
Feeding, Autism, Down Syndrome, Child Development, and Neurodevelopment Clinics.
The fellowship also includes intervention and treatment opportunities for children with
communication disorders through community placements and in the CDRC clinics.

In addition to clinical experience, the clinical fellow will also participate in:

• Interdisciplinary training in the LEND program
• Weekly interdisciplinary seminars with topics related to community outreach, family
issues that affect children with developmental disabilities, leadership, and policy
• Engagement in a family mentoring experience
• Engagement in a leadership/community engagement project
• A research project and presentation under the guidance of a mentor
• Leadership and teaching opportunities
• Opportunities for continuing education

The Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities program at
the CDRC aims to provide training leadership in clinical care and coordination, family
systems, education, public policy, community resources, and advocacy for children with
neurodevelopmental disabilities, utilizing an interdisciplinary model. Our annual LEND
program includes faculty and a cohort of approximately 16 long term trainees from 12
disciplines, including speech-language pathology.
This fellowship is co-sponsored by the Division of Speech-Language Pathology and the
Institute on Development & Disability at Oregon Health & Science University in
Portland, Oregon.

How to apply
Applicants must be a US Citizen or have a permanent residency Visa, have the minimum
of a master’s degree in speech-language pathology, a conditional license to practice in
the state of Oregon (can be arranged after acceptance into the program), and meet all
the requirements for clinical certification except the Clinical Fellowship. Oregon Health
& Science University is committed to building a culturally diverse educational
environment, and successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse
community populations. Applicants must be able to pass a background check and a drug

Applicants must submit:
1. A letter of intent, not to exceed two pages, including;

• Interest and goals related to this fellowship position
• Background as it relates to the position description and activities outlined
above, including experience working with pediatric populations and diverse
populations as well as experience with leadership, advocacy, community
engagement and/or research

2. A resume, not to exceed two pages; and

3. Two letters of recommendation.

We request that the letter of intent and resume be submitted by the candidate via email
to Hannah Sanford-Keller at sanfordh@ohsu.edu.

We request that all letters of recommendation be submitted by the recommender via
email to Hannah Sanford-Keller at sanfordh@ohsu.edu. Please include the first and last
name of the candidate in the heading of the email.

Complete Applications must be received by February 1, 2022, 12 pm PST to be

Modest stipends will be available for the 2022-23 academic year. Stipends are
contingent upon continued grant funding, and fellowships are funded by a grant through
the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau.
Compensation inquiries can be sent to Hannah Sanford-Keller at sanfordh@ohsu.edu.
The beginning date for the fellowship is the first week of September.

Once selected, trainees will be required to demonstrate that they have health insurance
and that they have received all required vaccinations, to include COVID-19 vaccination.
Fellows are required to provide proof of up-to-date vaccinations, and if the full panel
required by OHSU is not current, then they will need to update vaccinations at their expense.

Current required vaccinations include: Diphtheria+Tetanus (within the last 10
years), Polio, Rubella, and Rubeola, or proof of prior disease. COVID-19 vaccination is
also required. Additionally, Hepatitis B vaccination is encouraged, but not required. For
more information about required vaccinations, please contact Nicole Valdivia Nava

Fellows are required to provide proof of personal medical insurance coverage prior to
starting training, and must maintain that coverage over the course of the training period.
Additional financial support is added to the stipend to assist with obtaining insurance
(see Stipend/Benefits).

Inquiries should be addressed to
Hannah Sanford-Keller, M.S., C.C.C.-S.L.P.
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
LEND Training Coordinator, Speech-Language Pathology
Institute on Development and Disability
LEND Program
707 S.W. Gaines Street
Portland, OR 97239-3098
Fax: 503-494-6868

Cincinnati VA CFY

Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Positions begin: Summer or Early Fall 2022
Deadline for applications: 2/14/2022


The Speech-Language Pathology Service at Cincinnati VA Medical Center offers one-year Clinical Fellowship opportunities in Speech-Language Pathology. Clinical fellows are full-time, funded employees who have the opportunity to achieve their clinical learning goals, including development of advanced practice skills, while being mentored by experienced clinicians. Fellows work and learn in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings within the Medical Center, and engage in interprofessional practice with specialty services including Neurology, Otolaryngology, Medicine, Oncology, TBI/Polytrauma, Nutrition, Nursing, and other rehabilitation therapies. Hands-on clinical teaching and supervision allow Fellows to develop the skills and abilities needed to manage a full-time, complex patient caseload. Fellows also engage in a variety of didactic and academic learning opportunities, including participation in interdisciplinary and community SLP journal clubs, attendance at College of Medicine Grand Rounds, surgical observations, onsite training in flexible endoscopy, and opportunities for postgraduate learning through in-person and virtual trainings and conferences. In
addition, Fellows have the opportunity to participate in clinical research and/or quality improvement programs that can train skills necessary for a future career incorporating clinical research. The Speech Pathology Section serves acute and critical care inpatients, outpatients, and residents of a Community Living Center. Fellows will gain experience and provide services in all general areas of medical speech pathology, including evaluation and treatment of individuals with dysphagia, speech and language disorders, cognitive disorders, voice disorders, and tracheostomy. They will also gain experience in subspecialty areas of speech language pathology, which may vary according to the specific professional goals
and interests of the selected Fellows. Overall, we are seeking candidates with a strong interest in medical speech pathology and a desire to grow and develop professionally in a fast-paced, learning-oriented medical setting.

Application and Employment Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • English language proficiency
  • Commitment to 12 months of federal employment at Cincinnati VA Medical Center
  • Graduation from a fully accredited Speech-Language Pathology graduate program (M.A. or   M.S.)
  • Eligibility for licensure in speech-language pathology and application for conditional licensure
  • Strong academic performance and interest in neuroscience, neurogenic cognitive/communication disorders, voice, and dysphagia, as evidenced by academic transcripts
  • Interviews will be scheduled with the selection team for top candidates, in person or via


Instructions for Applying:
Items listed below must be incorporated into a single PDF file, in the order listed, and sent via email. All application packets must be received by midnight of the specified date. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Application packets that do not conform with these instructions will not be considered.

  • Resume or CV
  • Letter of interest describing your background, professional interests, and goals
  • Graduate program transcripts (can be unofficial or copies)
  • 2 letters of recommendation from faculty or clinical supervisors (include these in your single PDF file, do not send separately)

Please contact Dr. Kathy Welden, Speech Pathology Health Professions Trainee Coordinator, with any questions as you move through the application process.

All application packets must be emailed by Monday, 2/14/2022. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications that do not conform with these instructions will not be considered.

For more information about the positions, please visit:


Please email applications to: (both)
Kathy Welden, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S kathy.welden@va.gov
Laura Klug, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS laura.klug@va.gov

CFY North Bend


Opportunities Include:
 Training in all aspects of medical Speech-Language Pathology

Responsibilities Include:
 Evaluation of patients from the age of 0 to 99+ in all patient care settings
 Design and implementation of a care plan
 Accurate and timely documentation at all facilities served
 Collaboration with physicians, nursing, respiratory, dietary, and other treatment disciplines in order to meet our unique patient needs

Participation in team conferences, rounds, and meetings
SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION is a privately owned, medically based, treatment facility which offers diagnostics and treatment in:
 Hospitals
 Clinic
 Skilled nursing facilities
 Transitional homes
 Home health
 Hospice
 Outpatient facilities
SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION has been in business in North Bend, Oregon since 1989 and is owned and operated by a Speech-Language Pathologist with over 30 years of experience.
SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION partners with local physicians and surgeons to provide coordinated care for patients with:
 Ventilator dependency
 Tracheostomy
 Total laryngectomy
 Dysphagia
 Acute stroke
 Neurologic impairments
 Autism
 Auditory processing
 Feeding issues
…and many more etiologies for both the adult and pediatric populations.

SOUTHWEST REHABILITATION is located at 2085 Suite A, Inland Drive in North Bend, Oregon and services the communities of Coos Bay, North Bend,  Bandon, Coquille, and Myrtle Point. We recently moved into a new facility with multiple treatment rooms, including a pediatric treatment room with a parent viewing area, a communication disorders preschool, and a medical tx room for stroboscopy, TEP changes and more.

Visit our website at www.southwestrehabilitation.com for more information about our facility or call Melody Sheldon, MA., CCC-SLP at 541/252-1290.

Lifestyle: We are located on the Southern Oregon Coast with the Coastal Mountains and the ocean right at your fingertips! A perfect location for someone who loves the outdoors. There is no sales tax in Oregon.

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
 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
 Prepare written reports and chart notes as required by Wonderland Child & Family Services.
 Provide in-service trainings of staff and volunteers as needed.
 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.