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Speech Pathology Job, Idaho

If you are a FUN and passionate Speech Language Pathologist (or soon to be) looking to make a difference in a child’s life while enhancing your personal and professional growth, consider joining The Children’s Therapy & Learning Center team!

Highlights & Benefits of a Position with The Children’s CTLC:

– $61,440 – $76,800 a Year
– $3,000 per Year Stipend / Bonus
– Sign-On Bonus / Relocation Assistance
– Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays
– 401(k)
– 401(k) Matching
– Profit Sharing Retirement Plan
– Flexible Hours for Work / Life Balance
– Paid Continuing Education and Certification Opportunities
– Endless Mentorship
– Professional Growth Opportunities and Assistance
– Part of a Team that is Like Family

About The Children’s Therapy & Learning Center:

The Children’s TLC is an upbeat, positive, and skilled multidisciplinary team of Speech and Occupational Therapists that are committed to delivering high quality comprehensive therapeutic care that is personalized, compassionate and respectful of the children we treat.

The Children’s TLC provides therapeutic care for children from birth to 21 years of age. Our dynamic team is dedicated to what we do both in the clinic and in the community to empower and support all children to succeed and to fulfill our mission of providing a nurturing, friendly and family-centered environment where we strengthen and improve children’s abilities and foster their level of independence through innovative, therapeutic services and programs of the highest quality.

About the Speech Language Pathologist Position:

The Children’s TLC’s ideal candidate will possess a heartfelt love for children of all kind and genuinely care about their overall mental and physical well-being.

We are seeking a therapist who aligns with our Mission and Core Values; who wants to invest in their career; and improve the quality of life in the children under their care.

We are looking for a high energy and fun therapist that wants to grow with us and work in a team atmosphere that is positive and driven while always providing exceptional, and high quality care!

As a Speech Language Pathologist working at The Children’s TLC, areas of focus include but are not limited to: Expressive – Receptive Language, Voice, Fluency / Stuttering, Articulation, Dysphagia, Social Skills / Pragmatics, Developmental Play Skills, Parent Education, etc.

Our therapists receive additional training in swallowing disorders, as well as sensory integration principles. They work along-side and collaborate daily with our highly skilled occupational therapists who have advanced training in Ayres Sensory Integration Theory, and have full-time access to our state-of-the art sensory gym, individual therapy rooms, therapeutic kitchen, and outdoor play area.

About the Location:

The Children’s TLC is a 5,000+ square foot, outpatient pediatric clinic like no other located near rivers and mountains in beautiful Eagle, Idaho (a suburb of Boise, Idaho). Our clinic is a “must see” clinic for all therapists interested in pediatric Speech Language Pathology and Sensory Integration!

If you would like more information about this position or are interested in applying, please submit your resume to kari@childrenstlc.com and / or feel free to call our clinic at (208) 957-6301 to introduce yourself and inquire further.

To learn more about us, please visit our:

Website at:
www.childrenstlc.com

Facebook Page at:
https://www.facebook.com/thechildrenstlc-

Pediatric SLP Job

Position Announcement:  Experienced and Compassionate Pediatric SLP!

Eastside Therapy Services is hiring for the position of Speech Language Pathologist. Eastside Therapy Services is a Multi-Disciplinary Pediatric Therapy Practice focusing on the utilization of naturalistic and play based therapy methods. Our team takes pride in developing an individualized and holistic approach to services for each of our patients.

This position is ideal for an experienced SLP who is seeking flexibility and independence, yet still wants to participate as part of a collaborative and experienced team of providers.

SLP’s at Eastside Therapy Services serve clients via both Telehealth and traveling to schools, homes and child cares to deliver services.

Responsibilities of an SLP

· Conduct initial and ongoing assessments

· Create dynamic and comprehensive treatment plans for clients

· Provide therapy in the school, home and/or community setting

· Provide parent and family coaching and support

· Collaborate with a multidisciplinary service team to maximize the clients learning

· Provide speech therapy services in the child’s natural environment or via Telehealth

· Find creative ways to make speech therapy effective and engaging

Qualifications and Skills

· Licensed SLP in Washington State

· 4+ years experience as a pediatric SLP

· Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

· Available to work a minimum of 8 hours per week

· Must be able to lift 35 pounds and get on and off the floor easily

Benefits

· Competitive hourly compensation of $60.00 – $70.00 an hour

· A supportive and collaborative team environment

· Flexibility in caseload size and scheduling

To learn more about Eastside Therapy Services, visit http://eastsidetherapyservices.com

COVID-19 considerations: In light of COVID-19 therapists will be working with some patients in person with the use of PPE and procedures to protect the health of patients and staff, and most patients will be seen via Telehealth for the foreseeable future.

LEND Speech-Language Pathology 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. Clinical training occurs at the Child Development & Rehabilitation Center  (CDRC) Clinics at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital/Oregon Health & Science University. Training and mentorship are provided by our faculty of 8 speech-language pathologists. Training experiences include interdisciplinary team assessments in the Craniofacial, Feeding, Autism, Down Syndrome, Child Development, and Neurodevelopment Clinics. The fellowship also includes treatment of children with communication disorders at community placements or at 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 development
  • 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 is recognized as one of the premier programs in the country for 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 and 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 screen.

Applicants must submit:

  1. A letter of intent including background and areas of interest;
  2. A resume; 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 January 31, 2021 to be considered.

Terms

Modest stipends will be available for the 2021-22 academic year. Stipends are contingent upon continued grant funding. Fellowships are funded by a grant through the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau. 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.

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. 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
503-494-2737
Fax: 503-494-6868
sanfordh@ohsu.edu

Infinity Rehab Hiring

Opportunities for a SLP-CCC or a medical CF working with geriatrics in skilled nursing settings.  We have full-time and PRN opportunities available in these locations:

  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Albuquerque, NM

We are excited about the changes in healthcare and are committed to the use of standardized measures and evidence-based practice.  Our Speech Pathologists are trained in Functional Communication Measures and collecting NOMS data.

Infinity Rehab is led by therapists (our VP is an SLP!).  We are true to our mission – to enhance the lives of everyone we serve – and to our values of integrity, passion, quality, innovation, respect, teamwork, and a commitment to lifelong learning.

Email or call Cindy Lech for more information or to apply:

P: 503-783-7224

E: clech@infinityrehab.com

Employment opening in Shoreline Public Schools

Highland Terrace Elementary School is hiring an SLP!

Contract start date: December 18th, 2020

0.7 FTE SLP Position (Part Time-28 Hours per week)

 

Benefits:

Certificated employees are entitled to Sick Leave & Personal Leave.

Certificated employees working a 0.42 FTE or more*, receive Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and Long Term Disability.

*Additional eligibility requirements must be met a certain times during the year.

 

To apply & for more information, FOLLOW THIS LINK: https://www2.nwrdc.wa-k12.net/scripts/cgiip.exe/WService=wshorels71/rapplmnu03.w

 

University Jobs in Speech/Hearing Sciences, and other related areas

Communication Sci. and Disorders Non-Tenure Track …
Temple University College of Public Health
Communications Sciences and Disorders
Philadelphia, PA,    United States
Date Posted: Oct. 27, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=148315&o=1706296&t=HE201105m-6e ____________________________________________________________________

Speech Pathologist Clinical Supervisor (38969)
University of North Texas
UNT-Audiology & Speech – Lang Path-135370
Denton, TX,    United States
Date Posted: Aug. 12, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=145469&o=1706296&t=HE201105m-8e
____________________________________________________________________

Speech Pathologist Clinical Supervisor (38970)
University of North Texas (38970)
UNT-Audiology & Speech – Lang Path-135370
Denton, TX,    United States
Date Posted: Aug. 12, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=145468&o=1706296&t=HE201105m-8e ____________________________________________________________________

Adjunct Associate Professor, Speech Language Pathology Asst.
San Joaquin Delta Community College District

Stockton, CA,    United States
Date Posted: Jul. 31, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=145051&o=1706296&t=HE201105m-6e ____________________________________________________________________

Asst. Prof. of Communication Disorders (Speech Language P…
North Carolina A & T State University
College of Health and Human Sciences
Greensboro, NC,    United States
Date Posted: Jan. 9, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=135961&o=1706296&t=HE201105m-6e

SLP School Position

The Tenino School District now accepting applications for: SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

 PLEASE NOTE:  SLP Students WILL BE CONSIDERED for this role via emergency certification if they are in their final year of training.

 

Job Requirements

  1. Assess student skills in order to determine eligibility needs as well as to provide feedback to students, parents/guardians and administration regarding student progress, expectations, and goals.
  2. Implement individual educational programs for identified youth to support children with speech and language deficits.
  3. Serve as a member of building(s) I.E.P and M.D.T. teams for the purpose of providing requested information, developing plans for services and/or making recommendations.
  4. Complete all required Special Education documentation of student learning, maintain records, and meet schedules and deadlines.
  5. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, parents/guardians and other school personnel.
  6. Provide supervision and observation of any assigned paraprofessionals.
  7. Research new methods for interventions and treatment, etc. to best meet student needs.
  8. Ability to sit, stand and walk for prolonged periods as well as physical abilities including lifting, carrying or reaching, talking and hearing conversations, and near/far visual acuity/depth perception/visual accommodation.
  9. Report incidents (e.g., suspected child abuse, suspected substance abuse, etc.) to maintain personal safety of students, provide a positive learning environment and adhere to Washington State professional code of conduct, district and school policies applicable to staff.
  10. Assist with prevocational programming for students age 14-21.
  11. Respond to duties as assigned by the Assistant Superintendent or Principal.

 

Skills and Knowledge

  1. Knowledge of and professional expertise to effectively prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, and cognitive communication in children and adults.Knowledge and skill with swallowing disorders in children preferred but not required.
  2. Knowledge and skill in addressing special education requirements in public schools, including skills in student evaluation, interpreting and communication data/evaluation results, and development/implementation of I.E.P.’s aligned with evaluation results and team decisions.
  3. Knowledge and experience planning, developing, and engaging with students and families remotely for evaluations, I.E.P. development and therapy services.  Skill and knowledge in the use of necessary technology and learning platforms to support remote learning.

 

Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  1. Employees must have the ability to sit and stand for extended periods of time.
  2. Exhibit manual dexterity to dial a telephone, to enter data into a computer; to see and read a computer screen and printed material with or without vision aids, the ability to operate technology hardware and applications for remote learning, assistive devices for students, and communication with families, parents and staff.
  3. Hear and understand speech at normal classroom levels and on the telephone; speak in audible tones so that others may understand clearly in normal classrooms and on the telephone.
  4. Physical ability to lift 25 pounds to shoulder height.
  5. Ability to bend, stoop, climb stairs, and reach overhead.
  6. Ability to effectively manage student transition to a variety of locations (e.g. P.E., recess, buses and lunch) throughout the day.

 

Certification

  1. Graduate of accredited speech language therapy program with master’s degree or equivalent.
  2. Valid Washington ESA certificate in Speech Language Therapy.
  3. Prefer training and/or experience in assessment, IEP development, intervention planning.
  4. ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (preferred).
  5. Candidate should have a sound understanding of regulations governing special education.
  6. Successful Washington State Patrol and Federal Bureau of Investigation Fingerprint Clearance.

 

Application Instructions  Please complete the application at https://www.edjobsnw.org/.  Once you have set up an account, search for JOB#: 4600211442

 

For questions about the position:  Contact John Bash, Asst. Superintendent at bashj@tenino.k12.wa.us or by phone at 360-264-3409.

 

Compensation & Benefits  Salary will be determined using 2020-2021 negotiated salary schedule with Tenino Education Association (TEA).  Benefits will be provided based on negotiated package and published 2020-21 employee rates per the agreement with TEA.  This position includes participation in the Washington State Retirement System.

 

CONTINUING CONTRACT BEGINNING WITH THE 2020-21 school year

 

The District will provide equal educational opportunity for all students in all aspects of the academic and activities program without discrimination based on race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, honorably-discharged veteran or military status, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, marital status, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability.  The district will provide equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following positions have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX and Civil Right Compliance Coordinator 360-264-3400 PO Box 4024 Tenino, WA  98589.  Section 504/Special Services Coordinator 360-264-3408 PO Box 4024 Tenino, WA  98589.

 

SLP/CFY Job Opportunities in Oregon!

Reliant Rehabilitation has some great opportunities available for Speech Language Pathologist in Oregon!

We are now looking for SLPs to join our team in Roseburg and Grants Pass, OR

New grads are welcome and supervision can be provided

Also offering a sign on bonus of $5,000 or take advantage of our tuition repayment plan!

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Erika Cabrera

Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist
Reliant Rehabilitation
Office: 972-890-9104
Cell: 214-901-8557

Web: www.reliant-rehab.com

Full Time Perm-Direct Hire SLP Positions

Pediatrics – CFs considered
Florida:  OP Clinic in the Ft. Lauderdale area
Adult/Medical – CFs considered
North Dakota: SNF in NW ND near Dakota Park
Louisiana: SNF 45 minutes northeast of Alexandria
Alabama: SNF an hour northwest of Dothan
Adult/Medical – CCCs required
Kansas: SNF in the Coffeyville/Independence area
Massachusetts: SNF in the Peabody area
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Graduate Student Job Opening: Honors Program Admissions Evaluators

The University Honors Program has an exciting opportunity to hire graduate student admissions evaluators for Winter Quarter, 2021.  We would appreciate your assistance in spreading the word about this opportunity – this is an excellent chance for graduate students interested in higher education to learn more about admissions and holistic evaluation!   

A detailed position description can be found in Handshake under the requisition number #4086910.  Applications need to be submitted via this form on the UW Honors website and the deadline is 10/26/20.

The University Honors Program is an innovative and collaborative community engaged in rigorous interdisciplinary exploration. Students can pursue Honors as a general education track, as an in-depth program within their majors, or as a combination of the two. They may apply as new freshmen, at the end of their first year, or once they’ve selected a major. We prepare our students to ask and answer bold questions about the challenges facing our ever-changing world. Our students participate in small classes with faculty from across campus and work across the university, challenging themselves and each other to take intellectual risks and commit to conscious global citizenship.