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Job Title Organization Location Date Posted

Speech Language Pathologist

Longview School District Longview, WA 05/18/2017

School-based Speech Language Pathologist

Therapy One Seattle, WA 05/15/2017

Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist

Pediatric Speech & Language Therapy Seattle/West Seattle, WA 05/08/2017

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist

Rock Therapeutic Services Maple Valley, WA 05/02/2017

Pediatric Speech- Language Pathologist

Cascade Children's Therapy Mill Creek, WA 04/26/2017

In-home Therapy Service

Private Individual Seattle, WA 04/21/2017

Pediatric Speech and Language Pathologist

Lynnwood Speech and Language Services Lynnwood, WA 04/20/2017

Speech Pathologist 

Ridge Zeller Therapy Phoenix, AZ 3/22/2017

Speech and Language Pathologist

Magnolia Behavior Therapy DuPont, WA 3/15/2017

Clinical Assistant Professor

Idaho State University Pocatello, ID 2/27/2017

Speech and Language Pathologist

Auburn School District Auburn, WA 2/13/2017

Early Intervention Speech-Language Pathologist

HopeSparks Tacoma, WA 2/01/2017

 

Job Title: Speech Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Longview School District
Job Location: Longview, WA 

Full Description: 

The Longview School District has an opening for a Speech Language Pathologist (1.0 FTE) for the 2017-18 School Year!

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

  1. Demonstrate broad based knowledge of speech and language instruments applicable to preschool and school age students. 
  2. Assess accurately speech and language skills that meet state eligibility standards. 
  3. Develop individual education plan (IEP) goals and objectives as they relate to speech and language needs of the preschool and school age students. 
  4. Provide ongoing assistance to teachers, parents and other professionals implementing speech and language objectives and activities. 
  5. Complete assessments and eligibility documents within required timelines. 
  6. Maintain a system to record evaluative data and continuous measurement of student performance. 
  7. Participate effectively as a multidisciplinary team member with parents, professional peers and district staff to formulate educational plans for students. 
  8. Communicate effectively with parents regarding child’s performance and intervention goals. 
  9. Demonstrate knowledge of developmental language approaches. 
  10. Lead collaborative site delivery of social language development. 
  11. Show an awareness of state guidelines for eligibility and services. 
  12. Demonstrate ability in implement a variety of intervention models: pullout, small group, in-class, clinical; home, community, school.
  13. Collaborate in assessment, program design and implementation of specialized instruction in communication skills using articulation, oral language, written language and reading skill development. 
  14. Maintain integrity of confidential information relating to students, staff or district patrons. 
  15. Evidence/demonstration of use of technology to enhance student learning or willingness to learn. 
  16. Demonstrated organizational skills and commitment to follow through on tasks.

Skills/Qualifications: 

  1. Washington State educational staff associate (ESA) certification as a Speech Language Pathologist or Communications Disorder Specialist. 
  2. Master's degree or equivalent in speech pathology or audiology from a college or university program accredited by ASHA. ASHA certification is a requirement of this position. 
  3. Hold or be willing to obtain Washington State Speech Language Pathologist license. 
  4. Prior experience as a Speech Language Pathologist in a school environment is desirable, but will welcome those who have had a successful practicum experience.

How to Apply: Apply online at www.longviewschools.com.


 Job Title: School-based Speech Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Therapy One
Job Location: Seattle, WA 

Full Description: 

THERAPY ONE is in search of speech-language pathologists to fill full time and part time positions in local school districts for the 2017-2018 school year. THERAPY ONE is a well established provider of occupational, speech, physical therapy, and school psychology to children since 2004. We are now expanding into Washington with the focus of "Reaching the ONE" with friendly, helpful, and expert professionals. We always focus on the ONE. The ONE child. The ONE family. The ONE student. The ONE professional. The candidates we are seeking have the following qualifications; if you fit these criteria and would love to serve with a helpful, friendly, and expert company that values you as an individual, please apply today!

Skills/Qualifications: Applicants must be fully licensed/certified to provide their services in schools in Washington. Seeking friendly, helpful and expert (or striving to become expert) professionals in their field.

How to Apply: Contact Justin Barton at justin@therapyone.com or call him at 509-464-6604 ext 2.


Job Title: Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Pediatric Speech & Language Therapy
Job Location: Seattle/West Seattle, WA 

Full Description: 

We are a busy pediatric clinic with three office locations in the greater Seattle area. We are looking for an experienced CCC-SLP to join our enthusiastic group of dedicated, fun, and talented SLP. We are devoted to providing top-notch care to all of the children and families we serve. Our clients range in age from 0-18 and have a wide variety of communication disorders. Please see our website for more info. www.pediatricspeechtherapy.org

Skills/Qualifications: Required: CCC-SLP required, WA licensed, PROMPT training and AAC a plus. Please be comfortable working with all pediatric age ranges.

How to Apply: Email letter of interest and resume to carolray@pediatricspeechtherapy.org.


Job Title: Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Rock Therapeutic Services
Job Location: Maple Valley, WA 

Full Description: 

Rock Therapeutic Services is a private outpatient Speech Therapy Clinic with locations in Maple Valley, Mercer Island, and Enumclaw.  We are looking for a Speech Language Pathologist to join our energetic and collaborative team in Maple Valley!

We are primarily a pediatric clinic with a family/client-oriented approach. We provide services for a wide variety of diagnoses: Artic, Language, ASD, Feeding/Swallowing, Social Skills, Pragmatics, Voice, Fluency, etc. Our office has an administrative staff to handle billing and scheduling which enables our therapists to just focus on helping their clients.

RTS offers a competitive salary, medical/dental benefits, paid vacation/sick/holiday, and continuing education opportunities.
Position Skills/Qualifications Required: Candidates should possess a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology and Washington State License.

Skills/Qualifications: 

We are currently looking for an SLP with the dedication and desire to grow within the company and potentially move into a Clinic Director role.

Bring your collaboration and organizational skills to our positive, casual, team-based work environment!

This is an excellent opportunity to join an established office and grow your career! If you feel underqualified but have the desire to learn please apply.

How to Apply: 

Email resume to info@rocktherapyservices.com
Contact Name: Todd Storch


Job Title: Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Cascade Children's Therapy
Job Location: Mill Creek, WA 

Full Description: 

Cascade Children's Therapy is a multidisciplinary pediatric clinic in Mill Creek. We are looking for a speech-language pathologist to start immediately, at 30 hours per week, with the potential of increasing to 40 hours. With six highly skilled SLPs on staff, we provide therapy to children age birth to adolescence with a wide variety of communication disorders. We are fortunate to work with many OTs and PTs in a very friendly, collaborate environment. This position comes with an attractive benefit package. Please see our website to learn more about this outstanding clinic.

Skills/Qualifications: Candidates must have their CCC and state license. Experience working with children of all ages with a wide range of communication disorders is desired.

How to Apply: Submit letter of interest and resume to cct@cascadechildrenstherapy.com


Job Title: In-home Therapy Service
Organization Name: Ione Fine
Job Location: Seattle, WA 

Full Description: 

We are looking for someone to help with speech therapy with our 9 year old son two  times a week. He was delayed on 'r', and then had a year of a mouth expander. It comes out on March 1, and we’d like to do intensive speech therapy straight after it comes out. He will also do speech therapy at Group Health, but it’s such a long commute that we’d rather try to get someone to come more locally. The location would either be Blue Ridge (just N. of Golden Gardens) or the UW.

Skills/Qualifications: Masters in Speech Therapy

How to Apply: Email Ione Fine 


Job Title: Pediatric Speech and Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Lynwood Speech and Language Services 
Job Location: Lynwood, WA 

Full Description:

Lynnwood Speech & Language Services is a small private practice working with other small private practices. My practice looks to transfer the latest research into productive therapy using developmental theory and methodology. I am looking for a dynamic clinician who has strong play skills and thinks outside the box. The clinician should be well versed in Social-Communication, Language delays, Speech Sound Disorders (Phonological and Motor Planning), and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Literacy knowledge, training in Hanen, SCERTS and DIR are a plus. Positive working environment, compensation with benefits, continuing education package, opportunity for professional development, mentoring, and leadership. If you feel underqualified but have strong play skills and a desire to learn, then please apply. 

Skills/ Qualifications: Candidates should possess a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology and WA State License (or ability to get one as soon as possible). You must be self-motivated, organized, and enjoy working within a team environment. 

How to Apply: Email your resume to Susan Stewart.


Job Title: Speech Pathologist 
Organization Name: Ridge Zeller Therapy
Job Location: Phoenix, AZ

Full Description: 

Provide professional speech-language therapy diagnosis and treatment to individuals in the metro-Phoenix, Arizona area with a variety of communication impairments including but not limited to articulation, fluency, language, cognitive, or dysphagia in accordance with ASHA, state, federal, and Ridge Zeller Therapy rules, regulations and/or guidelines. SLP Position Type / Expected Hours of Work: Full-time or part-time school-based SLP position: days of work are Monday through Friday as indicated by each school site’s official calendar. School staff is required to be on campus during school hours and available for before and after school meetings. Part-time clinic or home-based SLP: hours for staff working in clinic, homes and other facilities will be set in accordance with agreed-upon appointments.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Knowledge of delays and disorders including, but not limited to, autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, intellectual impairment, attention deficit disorder, apraxia, aphasia, dysphasia, etc.; 
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of how to diagnose and treat deficit language skills including grammar and syntax, pragmatic and social skills, articulation, voice, feeding/swallowing, fluency and cognitive and executive functioning skills;
  • Diagnose speech-language therapy evaluations using standardized assessments and/or clinical observations, and interpret results; 
  • Develop treatment plans by identifying need, determining long and short-term goals, and methods to achieve success; 
  • Provide ongoing clinic, home-based or school skilled speech-language therapy services to clients based on their need Write and maintain proper documentation of initial evaluation, treatment, progress, and discharge of clients in timely fashion as required by Ridge Zeller Therapy (home-based only);
  • Write MET, IEP and PWN paperwork in compliance with state, federal, and school district requirements (school-based only); 
  • Schedule and conduct meetings to discuss evaluation results and develop/review IEPs in accordance with state and district timeline procedures;
  • Supervise Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) providing speech-language therapy services to patients, including treatment, program planning and implementation; 
  • Work in accordance with applicable principles and practices of speech-language therapy, ASHA, Ridge Zeller Therapy policies/procedures, and Arizona/federal regulations/guidelines;
  • Manage time effectively to meet treatment minutes and complete paperwork within the required timelines; 
  • Demonstrate a team-oriented approach Exhibit professional and friendly interaction with clients, families, visitors, and colleagues; 
  • Communicate with staff, families, and co-workers Conduct yourself in a professional, kind manner with clients and families; 
  • Collaborate and be flexible when working with co-workers; 
  • Represent Ridge Zeller Therapy in the highest professional manner whenever acting on behalf of Ridge Zeller Therapy Maintain client confidentiality at all times;
  • Perform other duties as assigned SLP. 


Supervisory Requirements:

  • Direct SLPA in providing speech-language therapy services
  • Submit monthly SLP/SLPA supervision logs if supervising an SLPA Work Environments: This job operates in a professional school, medical, and/or office environment 
  • This role routinely uses standard office equipment 

Physical Demands:

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. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to see, talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to sit, bend, type, walk to obtain students, lift light objects, and drive to and from schools, clinics and homes.

Position Skills/Qualifications Required: 

  • Communication proficiency; 
  • Decision making; 
  • Initiative; 
  • Personal effectiveness/credibility; 
  • Stress management/composure;
  • Time management; 
  • Critical evaluation, treatment and consultation competencies; 
  • Work independently with little supervision; 
  • Work effectively in both quiet and noisy environments; 
  • Ability to navigate school, home or clinic environments; 
  • Work within client’s home, school and/or clinic settings; 
  • Work independently utilizing problem-solving and critical-thinking skills;
  • Ability to skillfully analyze and assess work situations; 
  • Friendly, courteous, and professional attitude.

SLP Qualifications / Expertise / Requirements:

  • Master's degree in speech-language pathology;
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence or in clinical fellow year AZ Department of Health license AZ Department of Education certificate (for school positions);
  • AZ fingerprint clearance card Current CPR certification;
  • Article 9 certificate (for DDD clients) Valid AZ driver’s license (for home-based clients); 
  • Have reliable transportation for school, home and natural setting appointments; 
  • Maintain CEUs Basic computer operation for email, writing reports, scheduling; 
  • Basic software skills in MS Word, Outlook and Excel Use a shared work space with co-workers.
How to Apply: *** To learn more about our open SLP positions, and to apply, please visit - https://www.ridgezellertherapy.com/pages/slp-jobs-arizona - or email Hilary Parker, Business Manager at employment@rztherapy.com or call 480-365-9981 today! *** +++ Affirmation action plan/equal employer opportunity (AAP/EEO) statement outlining federal contractor requirements and practices and/or equal employer opportunity statement. This SLP job opportunity in Arizona is nonexempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Job Title: SLP: Speech Language Pathologist 
Organization Name: Magnolia Behavior Therapy
Job Location: DuPont, WA

Full Description: 

Magnolia Behavior Therapy is one of the leading providers of ABA Therapy to children with Autism and other developmental disabilities in the Puget Sound. We are looking for a qualified Speech Language Pathologist to join our team in DuPont, WA. Part-time or Full-time, we will create the perfect position for the right applicant. We offer a flexible schedule; Monday-Friday, and some Saturdays. Magnolia offers a comprehensive employee benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision. Vacation package, earned sick time, CEU Stipend also included. Please Google Magnolia Behavior Therapy for more information or check out our FB Page. If you are a skilled, independent, professional who is dedicated to helping people with special needs and looking for a positive work environment, please consider joining our team.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Conduct assessments to determine the patient's needs;
  • Provide speech and language services to identified students of all ages;
  • Collaborate with our existing team to provide comprehensive services;
  • Communicate progress and needs with parents;
  • Provide consultation and support to other professionals as part of our transition services.

Position Skills/Qualifications Required: 

 Qualifications Include:
  • Master's degree in Speech Pathology or related field;
  • Washington State ESA Certification; 
  • At least 3 years of pediatric experience, preferred;
  • Must hold WA state license or have ability to obtain within 30 days from hire. 
How to Apply: Send Cover Letter & Resume to Info@magnoliabehaviortherapy.com

Job Title: Clinical Assistant Professor, Speech-Language Pathology
Organization Name: Idaho State University
Job Location: Pocatello, ID

Full Description:  

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Idaho State University invites applications for a full time 9-month non-tenure track faculty position at the Clinical Assistant Professor level beginning August 2017. Primary responsibilities include clinical supervision and teaching in Speech and Language Clinic on Pocatello campus; student advising; clinical supervision at community screening venues; engaging in professional service; and recruiting clients to our clinics, primarily from the school-aged population. Involvement in creative scholarship as appropriate to clinical faculty position. Possible classroom teaching in the future.

Position Skills/Qualifications Required: 

Minimum Qualifications include:

  • Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology;
  • Eligibility for Idaho license in Speech-Language Pathology;
  • ASHA CCC-SLP;
  • Three years full-time or equivalent experience after earning CCC;
  • Potential for excellence in mentoring students;
  • Demonstrated success in team situations.

Additionally, the preferred qualifications for this position are:

  • Expertise with school-aged children across variety of communication disorders;
  • Experience supervising university students;
  • Experience in university teaching as well as clinical research and Demonstrated professional leadership.

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders currently has over 30 full-time academic and clinical faculty. We offer 5 degree programs, including a Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology and the Doctor of Audiology degree; these programs are offered on our two campuses, in Pocatello and in Meridian. ISU also provides an online option for the Master's degree and a Pre-professional non-degree prerequisite sequence. We currently enroll about 175 Graduate Students and about 225 Undergraduates. Visit the Department's website for more information at. 

How to Apply: Submit your on-line application, letter of interest, curriculum vita and unofficial academic transcripts to posting req421 at https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=421. Additionally, three (3) letters of professional reference are required and should be submitted by letter writers to hanswen2@isu.edu. Questions should also be directed to Wendy Morgan at 208-282-2219 or e-mail: hanswen2@isu.edu. This posting will remain open until the position is filled. Idaho State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. ISU offers 280 programs and has a student population of 15,000. Southeast Idaho is centrally located in the Rocky Mountains between Salt Lake City, Utah and popular vacation destinations of Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and Jackson, Wyoming, which makes for a wealth of outdoor activities. Apply Here.


Job Title: Speech and Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Auburn School District
Job Location: Auburn, WA

Full Description:  

  • Provide classroom observations; 
  • Participate in other pre-referral activities; 
  • Provide current evaluations through both formal and informal diagnostic procedures for students being considered for special education placement and/or speech, language therapy services; 
  • Plan appropriate educational programs through the development of the student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) with other members of the IEP team; 
  • Conduct IEP meetings, with team members, for students receiving speech and/or language therapy; 
  • Participate in IEP meetings for students also receiving other special education services; 
  • Comply with special education rules/regulations that pertain to referral, assessment, and IEP development in regards to speech and language services; 
  • Provide collaborative and consultative services to special education and general education staff for integration of speech and language support into the classroom environment; 
  • Assist student support services with ESY procedures and documentation requirements; 
  • Consult with physicians and community agencies regarding referrals and other student needs; 
  • Participate in the building case study teams, provide input to team members, problem solving and make recommendations regarding pre-referral and/or other referral activities; 
  • Remain current with educational developments within the profession; 
  • Attend student support services trainings as requested; 
  • Perform other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Position Skills/Qualifications Required: 

  • Knowledge of normal speech and language development; 
  • Sound knowledge of special education rules and regulations; 
  • Knowledge of techniques and practices for students with a variety of communication disabilities; 
  • Knowledge of a wide range of assessment and instructional strategies to support communication disordered students in both special and general education classrooms; 
  • Demonstrated ability to participate as an active team member of a diverse team; 
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to handle numerous paperwork demands; 
  • Ability to work collaboratively with teams and staff and to advocate on behalf of student needs; 
  • Strong oral and written communication skills; 
  • Computer knowledge and experience; 
  • High ethical work standards.
  • Educational Staff Associate (ESA) certificate required or be eligible to obtain one;
  • State license issued from the Health Care Authority;
  • Master degree in speech pathology required. Experience and training in the following areas: speech and language management and diagnosis, stuttering, and voice management.

How to Apply: Apply on Auburn's applicant website.


Job Title: Early Intervention Speech-Language Pathologist
Organization Name: HopeSparks
Job Location: Tacoma, WA

Full Description:  

HopeSparks Children’s Developmental Services, Early Intervention program is seeking a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist or Clinical Fellow (CF) to provide quality speech-language evaluation and therapy for infants and toddlers with special needs as well as training and support for their families and caregivers. Speech-language services are provided in families' homes, childcare facilities, and a variety of community settings throughout Pierce County.

The SLP-CF will receive a mentored professional experience by an ASHA certified SLP who meets the mentor requirements as defined by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. The SLP-CCC/CF will meet regularly with parents and caregivers to provide developmentally appropriate intervention as directed by the family and child's Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). This person will also coordinate closely with the child's Early Intervention team, and any additional community medical and therapeutic professionals. 

Position Skills/Qualifications Required: 

  • Completion of Master’s level academic course work and clinical practicum from a CAA-accredited graduate program in speech-language pathology.
  • Must possess a positive attitude and friendly manner with strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with parents, caregivers, and professionals.
  • Intermediate level of computer skills: application knowledge in Word, Excel, and Google Calendar, Docs, and Mail.
  • First Aid and CPR certification -- able to obtain on the job
  • Must have a valid Washington State driver's license, automobile for on the job use and proof of current automobile insurance
  • Must pass state and national background check

How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to Rachael Gray, M.S. CCC-SLP, Program Director rgray@hopesparks.org