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Lake Chelan School District has an opening beginning the 2021-2022 school year for a 1.0 FTE Speech Language Pathologist.
● WA State certification with a minimum of initial ESA SLP certification (MA required)
● Certification of Clinical Competency
● Experience with assessment procedures
● Experience working as a positive team member
● Excellent written and verbal communication
● Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred
● Provide direct therapy services to eligible children including articulation, voice, fluency, possible feeding therapy and
language therapy which emphasizes improved educational performance.
● Evaluate children who have been referred and determined to require a CD or birth-to-three assessments, including
selecting appropriate instruments, administering tests, observations, and writing reports which state the evaluation
findings, and provide for program recommendations.
● Participate as a member of the multidisciplinary team and/or Individual Family Service Plan Team and the
individualized education committee contributing evaluation findings and collaborating on the child’s program plan.
● Consult with parents, teachers, and other staff involved with the student regarding the child’s program and any
adaptations needed to facilitate improved performance in the classroom or at home.
● Maintain appropriate data on students to document current levels of performance and other pertinent information.
Re-evaluate, as appropriate, and determine extent of progress and effectiveness of therapy.
● Facilitate and implement the use of augmentative communication devices
● Adhere to the ethical standards and codes of the profession and to the established rules, regulations and laws
governing communication disorders programs. Participate in activities that assist with professional development and
evidence-based practices to enhance CDE and/or early intervention services.
● Act as MDT team leader for all referrals for students whose primary disability is speech or language
● Act as case manager to students whose primary disability is speech and language
● Develop instruct, monitor, and evaluate speech and language improvement programs, utilizing a variety of service
models, including technology applications
● Assist staff members in understanding individual needs of students and developing appropriate programming
● Obtain necessary signatures on completed reports and related paperwork
● Check hearing aids for proper functioning as needed
● Participate in Child Find activities
● Participate in special services staff meetings
● Keep informed regarding current rules and regulations
● Implement local, state, and federal guidelines
● Travel (less than 2 miles) to provide district contracted SLP services between the district buildings
● Other duties as assigned.
Position is open until filled
Current LCSD employees need to apply through Employee Access. To log into Employee Access use the SKYWARD link located
on the main page of our district website
Interested applicants are asked to complete a Fast Track online application located on the district website at:
For questions, please contact Sarah Clarke, Special Programs Director, at 509-682-7744 or email@example.com; or
Human Resources at 509-682-3515 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Stepping Stones Group is currently interviewing Speech Language Pathologists for a school based position near Quilcene, WA for the 21/22 school year!
*August 2021 – June 2022
*Approx Caseload 50, Ages PreK-21
*3 school sites
If you are interested in this opportunity please send your updated resume along with your availability to connect.
Seattle Children’s Hospital is looking for a speech-language pathologist to join their outpatient speech-language pathology team. Job role includes performing outpatient (general) speech-language evaluations across a broad range of ages and concerns. Referral source for these speech-language concerns include internal providers and community physicians. We are looking for a clinician who demonstrates a commitment to cultural and linguistic diversity as many of these assessments include families where the child is bilingual or monolingual with a language other than English. The other component of work includes speech-language treatment to support patients through the inpatient-outpatient hem-onc pathway who are staying locally and may receive PT/OT/ST for both medical and developmental needs.
POSTION: LICENSED SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
TalkPath Live is seeking a speech-language pathologist licensed in the state of Washington. We
have just secured a contract within the state and are looking to immediately fill a small caseload.
Because TalkPath Live brings our providers on as independent contractors, you can accept as
many or as few students as you would like. The only caveat is that because it is school-based
services, treatment does have to occur during daytime (standard school-day) hours. No
telehealth experience is required!
If you would like to set up a time to meet online to learn more about this opportunity, please feel
free to immediately reach out directly to:
Todd Leslie, Recruitment Manager
Start Date: ASAP
Caseload: 5 – 10 hours per week with possibility of expansion
Position: 1099 (Independent Contractor)
Rate of compensation: Between $43.00 and $45.00 per hour, based on experience
Thank you for your kind consideration!
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Infant Toddler Program has an exciting opportunity in Sandpoint (Ponderay) for an Early Intervention Therapist (Speech Language Pathologist) who would like to work with infants and toddlers, their families, and as part of a collaborative team. We are seeking unique individuals who celebrate the chance to positively impact caregiver capacity and development of birth to three-year-olds who may have developmental delays or disabilities using key evidence-based practices. This position is full-time, Monday – Friday.
The person selected to fill this position will be a member of our Sandpoint-based team. This team provides services to the children and families of Boundary and Bonner County. Travel is required to provide in-person evaluations and services in the child’s natural environments, such as in homes, childcare, etc.
Evaluations and therapeutic services are provided in the child’s natural environments applying coaching interaction methods. Services to families may be conducted using virtual early intervention presence as well as in-person visits. Services are focused on routine-based interventions through consultation, coaching, and education to families and caregivers using evidence-based practices. This position is part of a multidisciplinary team that collaborates frequently to assure comprehensive services to families.
We offer a competitive benefits package which includes excellent medical, dental, and vision insurance; generous vacation (ability to accrue 3 weeks/year to start) and sick leave accrual beginning as soon as you start; ten paid holidays a year; participation in one of the Nation’s best state retirement systems; multiple savings plans and optional 401K; life insurance; wellness programs; ongoing training opportunities; and more.
The Idaho Department of Health & Welfare is a drug-free workplace. Any applicant offered employment in this position at the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare will be required to pass a pre-employment drug test. In addition, successful candidates will be required to complete a criminal history background investigation. Employment is dependent upon satisfactory results of the investigation.