Hello University Washington
Speech Improvement Center is looking to hire spirited, dedicated, and proficient speech therapist to grow with our company! We are actively hiring in several locations throughout the Los Angeles County and beyond!
We are also very thrilled to inform you about our referral program where you can earn up to $800 per person that you refer!! This is only valid until the end of March.
Below, please find further details on the amazing opportunities with Speech Improvement Center and how our referral program works!
Speech Improvement Center is seeking a spirited, dedicated and proficient Speech Therapist to grow with our company!
Have you just graduated and are looking to gain some experience?
Are you committed to improving the lives of children and their families?
Are you looking to blaze your own career path where you can unleash your management skills and hone your therapy abilities?
If you answered yes to these questions, we want you to join our team of speech therapists who you can collaborate with and who are caring and fun loving.
Speech Improvement Center provides speech and language therapy for young children in a clinic setting. We have several locations throughout the Los Angeles County and beyond!
Speech Therapists Daily Activities:
• Research fun games and activities parents can do to practice therapy with their children
• Provide one-on-one therapy for patients and consult family members on therapy sessions • Write out SOAP Notes and Professional evaluations
• Participate in weekly meetings to review new cases and progress of current cases
• Ongoing speech screenings
What You Need to Qualify for the Position:
A desire to work with kids and see them grow and succeed
Great work ethic to enable completion of reports and notes on time
Benefits we offer:
- Full Time Positions
- Career Growth Opportunities
- Ongoing Trainings
- Paid Educational Units
• Relocation Assistance • Medical Coverage
• Vacation Pay
• Holiday Pay
Position Type: Speech and Language Pathologist (Early Kindergarten-8th Grade)
Location: Carbonado School
Date Posted: 2-8-21
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Job Title: Speech and Language Pathologist
Job Summary: To ensure all students reach the highest levels of learning
Qualifications: Valid and appropriate professional education certificate for the state of Washington with an endorsement in Speech Language Pathology
Hours: 8-16 hrs a week September through June
Carbonado Historical School District No. 19
Essential Abilities Or Characteristics:
• Must have a passion for communication and a steadfast belief that all students can learn
• Must be willing to be a contributing, collaborative, positive member of grade level and District
teams; work well with adults in all settings; be flexible in an evolving educational environment; be willing to take collective responsibility for the learning of all students
• Knowledge of and ability to comply with State and Federal regulations and local school district
policies regarding special education and student and family information
• Knowledge of theory and content in the speech and language field and in the area of assistive
• Demonstrate knowledge of learning and behavioral needs of students
• Demonstrate successful experience developing programs of prevention, instruction, remediation and/or evaluation in implementing in-class service delivery, and providing direct educationally related services in areas of speech and language
• Positively contribute to building special services or multi-disciplinary teams which includes general and special education staff, parents, students and community agencies that work together to make appropriate student assessment and placement decisions, develop successful programs and interventions such as behavior intervention plans
• Design and implement in-class interventions (small groups, large groups and/or individual).
• Must be able to manage and organize all elements of evaluation and IEP timelines. In addition,
must comply with all written components and deadlines for paperwork which include file reviews, evaluations, IEPs and progress reports.
• Must conduct yourself as a professional at all times including honoring confidentiality, teaming with all staff and families, supporting team morale and being solution focused
• Must be willing to build relationships with parents to assist student growth
• Must be able to efficiently learn and incorporate emerging technologies into teaching, learning, and assessment
• Must have the ability to maintain effective classroom management
• Attend workshops, classes, conferences, meetings and/or other training as directed by supervisor and self-directed for the purpose of meeting requirements, enhancing knowledge, safety and security, collaborating with colleagues as an integral member of school staff etc.
Work Environment/Physical Demands: Daily work is generally performed in an indoor school
classroom. Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with students, other faculty, staff, and parents as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear, handle, or feel objects and controls. The position also entails significant walking, bending, standing, stooping, and possible physical interventions in order to maintain a safe learning environment.
Required Knowledge Skills And Abilities:
Knowledge is demonstrated in the subject matter for which he/she is expected to teach; understands the legislated, moral and ethical framework within which they work; uses the programs of study to inform and direct planning, instruction, and assessment.
Skills needed for: identifying and responding to learner differences; plan for instruction, translating curriculum and outcomes into meaningful learning activities; create and maintain environments that are conducive to student learning and understand needs for physical, social, cultural and psychological security; teamwork skills to collaborate with the administration, colleagues, support staff and parent-teacher organization; strong organizational skills necessary to plan lessons, follow timelines for evaluations and IEPs; keep students on task and maintaining a well-ordered classroom; to organize papers, files and their own workload so they can coordinate with teachers and families in a timely manner; attention to details which is necessary to maintain accurate and up-to-date records.
Ability is required to: establish relationships with students built on respect and an unwavering belief in the ability to learn at high levels; use a broad range of instructional strategies; create an enhanced partnerships with parents that are purposeful and meaningful; identify and use relevant learning resources; to understand the importance of contributing, independently and collegially to the quality of the school; engage in reflecting on the quality of their teaching and career-long learning; understand their students’ needs, abilities and learning styles and the various ways of teaching the subject matter.
Work Relationships: Reports to building principal/superintendent. Collaborates with other district staff. Regular interactions with students and parents.
Rural Community Health Clinic seeking a Speech Language Pathologist to
provide related interventions in evaluating and treating speech, language,
cognitive-communication, swallowing, and other related disorders in
individuals of all age levels (infancy to elderly).
This role is a great opportunity to collaborate and provide feedback in a
care team approach that includes a diverse team of PT, OT, family resources, primary care and family members.
PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE
Possesses knowledge and training in the field of Speech-Language Pathology, frequently acquired through completion of a master’s degree program from an accredited university and direct qualifying experience working in the field.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATION
Possesses Washington State licensure as a Speech-Language
Possesses a valid Washington State driver’s
Ability to use Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Ability to enter and manage data into a centralized electronic health records
Duties require the employee to effectively communicate their opinions and extrapolations of information they collect and synthesize/analyze.
Employees are expected to exercise tact and diplomacy in the resolution of mild conflict or
disagreements. Duties require the compilation and analysis of information prepared in effective written form, including correspondence, reports, articles, or other documentation
Duties involve convincing others to take actions, or to behave in a specific way desired by the employee.
Duties require preparation and execution of presentations to large groups
Proficiency in speaking, reading, writing English and Spanish (preferred).
Lorena Belmontes: LorenaB@cbha.org
Abigail Potts, MS, CCC-SLP
Section Chief, Speech Pathology
VA Puget Sound Healthcare System
1660 S. Columbian Way
Mail Stop S-126-AUD
Seattle, WA 98108
Telephone: (206) 277-3430
Vocera ext 68304
Fax: (206) 764-2672
The USC Voice Center at the USC Caruso Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery is offering a one-year speech-language pathology clinical fellowship with specialization in the assessment and treatment of voice and upper airway disorders. The fellowship is scheduled for September 2021-August 2022.
The USC Voice Center consists of an interprofessional team of 2 voice-specialized speech-language pathologists and 2 fellowship-trained laryngologists, as well as an annual laryngology fellow. The clinicians of the USC Voice Center provide exceptional care that reflects a commitment to our patients and a passion for our work. The speech pathology team utilizes the breadth of instrumental voice assessment, including laryngeal videostroboscopy and acoustic and aerodynamic assessment. They provide the highest quality treatment for the entire spectrum of voice and upper airway disorders, with particular expertise in care of the performing and singing voice. Our laryngologists provide exceptional patient care and offer the most advanced surgical options and innovative treatments.
The clinical fellow will work closely with all clinicians of the USC Voice Center. The fellow will provide care in the interprofessional clinic performing behavioral voice assessments, laryngeal videostroboscopy, FEES, and engaging in clinical decision making with the laryngologist and other speech pathologists. They will provide behavioral voice and upper airway therapy across the entire spectrum of disorders. Fellows will participate in monthly dysphonia, dysphagia, and research rounds. They will participate in clinical research with the USC Voice Center team. There will be opportunities to engage with speech-language pathologists with specialization in dysphagia and management of communication and swallowing disorders secondary to head and neck cancer.
Successful candidates will: possess a strong academic background and understanding of voice disorders with exposure to the assessment and treatment of voice disorders in a graduate clinical placement; complete a master’s degree in speech-language pathology prior to start date; be eligible for SLP licensure in the state of California. A background in performing voice is of benefit to the applicant but is not a requirement.
Fellowship Goals and Objectives
Following completion of the speech pathology clinical fellowship year at the USC Voice Center, the fellow will be able to:
1. Independently conduct a comprehensive evaluation of all voice and upper airway disorders and develop an appropriate, evidence-based plan of care.
2. Skillfully provide the breadth of behavioral therapies available for the treatment of voice and upper airway disorders.
3. Independently perform flexible and rigid laryngeal videostroboscopy examinations, interpret the functional parameters of vocal fold vibration, and write comprehensive reports.
4. Independently perform and interpret acoustic and aerodynamic assessments of voice.
5. Provide culturally responsive services with the understanding that growth in cultural competence is a lifelong journey.
6. Confidently collaborate with referring physicians in the development of treatment recommendations.
7. Present research or clinical education at the state or national level.
8. Meet all requirements to complete the ASHA Clinical Fellowship Year and apply for the Certificate of Clinical Competence
Please send inquiries to Lauren Timmons Sund at Lauren.TimmonsSund@med.usc.edu. Applications will be accepted until 4/30/21.
To apply, send the following in PDF format to Lauren.TimmonsSund@med.usc.edu AND complete the application at the link below.
1. Letter of intent
3. Two letters of recommendation (at least one from a clinical supervisor)