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Job Title Organization Location Date Posted
Speech Language Pathologist Therapeutic Beginnings Olympia, WA 12/12/2018
Independent Contractor - Speech Language Pathologist Link Audiology Silverdale, WA 11/19/2018
Speech Pathologist Gersh Academy at Cougar Mountain Issaquah, WA 11/07/2018
Speech-Language Pathologist HSDC Seattle, WA 11/06/2018
Speech Therapist Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital Montana, MT 11/01/2018
Director of Clinical Services PROVAIL Seattle, WA 10/29/2018
Speech and Language Pathologist Lynnwood Speech & Language Services Lynnwood, WA 10/19/2018
Speech Language Pathologist Boyer Children's Clinic Seattle, WA 10/16/2018
Speech Language Pathologist Childstrive Everett/Lynnwood, WA 10/16/2018
Speech Language Pathologist - Part Time Ro Health Tumwater, WA 10/4/2018
Speech Language Pathologist Lake Washington School District Redmond, WA 10/1/2018
Speech Therapist, SLP - Part-Time Harvard Partners Health Seattle, WA 9/24/2018
Speech/Language Pathologist Kitsap Speech Therapy Silverdale, WA 09/20/2018


Job Title: Speech Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Theraputic Beginnings
City & State: Greater Olympia/Lacey Area

Full Description: We are a dynamic and well established Pediatric Speech and Occupational Therapy clinic is looking for a qualified therapist to immediately fill an SLP opening; our practice strives to reach a quality work-life balance in offering 4 day work weeks and/or flexible scheduling to all of our employees. We are located in the greater Olympia area and provides intervention to a diverse pediatric population ranging from 6 months to 18 years of age. We specialize in a holistic therapeutic model, stressing the importance of family involvement and cross discipline intervention. We offer a competitive compensation package which includes medical benefits. For more information regarding this position interested parties may contact Christopher at 360-786-1753 (W), 360-556-8092 (C) or you may respond directly to this ad.

Qualifications: Qualified applicants would need to have current Certificate of Clinical Competence (SLP-CCC) and a license from the Washington State Department of Health or an application in process. CFY's are encouraged to apply. 

To Apply: For more information regarding this position interested parties may contact Christopher at 360-786-1753 (W), 360-556-8092 (C) or email [email protected].

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Job Title: Independent Contractor - Speech Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Link Audiology
City & State: Silverdale, WA

Full Description: Space and admin services available for independent contractor SLP in busy audiology clinic. Pediatric and adult. AR/APD/CI focus preferred.

To Apply: Please email resumes to be considered for the position.

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Job Title: Speech Pathologist
Organization Name: Gersh Academy at Cougar Mountain
City & State: Issaquah, WA

Full Description: Gersh Academy at Cougar Mountain provides an environment where programs and services are customized around our student’s individual needs both inside and outside the classroom. Expanding our program to the Pacific North West and at Cougar Mountain allows for limitless opportunities to use our curriculum and vocational philosophies to create new and exciting experiences that benefit our students, their families and the community. Gersh Academy at Cougar Mountain is seeking a smart and energetic Speech and Language Pathologist to provide speech therapy support to children ages 4-21. The Speech Pathologist will regularly collaborate with other disciplines and services at departmental and system levels. Speech Pathologist is expected to independently review outcomes and modify intervention programs. Clinical reasoning and professional judgment are essential and the ideal candidate will have experience with screening, evaluation, educational program and transition planning, and therapeutic intervention for students with disabilities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Speech and Language pathologists will promote optimal function and engagement in meaningful activities.
  • They will provide support to families, and collaborate with other disciplines, as needed in order to address goals and objectives as indicated in each student's IFSP or IEP.
  • Provide speech and language therapy/evaluations for language, auditory processing disorder, articulation, and voice fluency
  • Work with children who have autism
  • Utilize behavior management techniques
  • Write evaluations and progress reports
  • Consult and collaborate with parents, school teachers, and fellow colleagues
  • In compliance with state and local requirements, each therapist will be responsible for maintaining appropriate documentation regarding student services and subsequent needs.


  • Master's Degree in Speech and Language Pathology or Communicative Disorders
  • Washington State licensure in Speech and Language Pathology Working Conditions
  • Occasional before and after school work hours at the discretion of the Administrative staff
  • School / Classroom setting Physical requirements
  • Must be able to keep students safe from themselves and others and in some cases may need to implement behavior magement strategies
  • Must be able to remove oneself from potentially harmful situations and in some cases be able to lift a child

To Apply: Please email resumes to be considered for the position.

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Job Title: Speech-Language Pathologist
Organization Name: HSDC
City & State: Seattle, WA

Full Description: This is a full-time (40 hrs/week) speech-language pathologist position involving the provision of diagnostic and therapeutic communication services for individuals of all ages. Clinical fellows and part-time applicants (20 hrs./week) will be considered. HSDC is a nonprofit agency that has served the Puget Sound area for over 80 years with services in audiology, speech and language, education, ASL interpreting, and Deaf and hard of hearing services. HSDC’s Speech & Language clinic serves community members of all ages who experience a variety of communication challenges. We are a close-knit team that prides itself on providing holistic and effective evidence-based services. We work primarily with preschool and school-age children, with opportunities to work with adult clients. As a non-profit, we serve clients from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Our SLPs support clients across the home, school, and therapy environments, while collaborating with family and other professionals to maximize positive outcomes. Regular continuing education opportunities, often hosted at HSDC, allow us to implement the most effective and current techniques and strategies with our clients. Additionally, HSDC allows team members to explore their individual career interests and provides support for professional endeavors outside of regular clinical duties. These may include organization and development of conferences, outreach programs, and support groups. We are looking for an SLP that is driven and self-motivated. They must be flexible, open to feedback, and take pride in being part of a great team.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (including but not limited to):

  • Provide communication evaluations and therapy for clients of all ages including, but not limited to, speech/language, literacy, feeding, voice, AAC, and motor speech
  • Provide hearing and speech-language screenings in the community
  • Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team including physicians, psychologists, therapists, school staff, and parents to provide holistic services
  • Write evaluation reports, treatment plans, progress reports, correspondence, and other paperwork needed to provide high quality services and maintain records
  • Participate in parent, community, and professional training efforts
  • Participate in activities aimed at developing and marketing the program
  • Potentially supervise graduate students or clinical fellows
  • Perform other clinical or administrative duties as assigned by Director of Speech Services Supervisory Responsibilities: This position may have the opportunity to supervise graduate students or clinical fellows. 

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.


  • At least 2 years of clinical experience is preferred
  • Must be familiar with a wide array of diagnostic protocols and therapy approaches for children and adults
  • Experience or interest in working with and providing training/support to families
  • Aural (Re)habilitation experience preferred, but not required
  • Must have basic computer skills, including word processing
  • Prefer experience with third party reimbursement documentation and procedures
  • Must have excellent and professional written and verbal forms of expression, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills
  • ASL proficiency is preferred, but not required

Certificates and Licensures:

  • Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology or Communication Disorders from an accredited university
  • Washington State speech-language pathologist license
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in speech-language pathology
  • Current First Aid and CPR certification
  • Pass state and federal background checks Physical Demands and Work Environment:
  • Able to move freely about varied work environments, including stairs, ramps and small spaces
  • Position may require some travel
  • Read and use English clearly in both written and verbal forms
  • Use a standard telephone and use computer/keyboard plus other office equipment.
  • Must be able to cope with the demands/needs of small children.

To Apply: Please email cover letter and resume to Athina Maganzini, Director of Speech & Language Services.

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Job Title: Speech Therapist
Organization Name: Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital
City & State: Hamilton, MT

Full Description: Responsible for evaluation of client function as well as the planning, directing and administering of speech therapy treatments as prescribed by a physician in an effort to restore function following injury, disease or physical disability. To assists patients to reach their maximum level of independence while learning to function within the limits of their abilities. Participates in all operational aspects of the department and refers to the hospital mission and vision statements when making decisions. 



• College degree in Speech-Language Pathology


• Current MT state licensure as MS, CCC/SLP
• Current BCLS (CPR) certification Experience:
• New graduates welcome

Job Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

• Intermediate computer knowledge
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work without direct supervision
• Excellent time management skills

Physical Demands:
• For physical demands of position, including vision, hearing, repetitive motion and environment, see following description. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position without compromising client care.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Provides evidenced based and skilled ST services within their scope of practice to both outpatient and inpatient clients. (quality/service) Effectively communicates and documents client progress and interventions to referral and payer sources and team members. (quality/financial) Demonstrates fiscal responsibility by effectively managing schedule, billing accurately and documenting thoroughly. Provides excellent customer service at all times.

NONESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: All other duties as assigned.

To Apply: Apply online today! 

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Job Title: Director of Clinical Services
Organization Name: PROVAIL
City & State: Seattle, WA

Full Description: PROVAIL seeks an experienced Director of Clinical Services with a background in Speech, PT or OT to manage our outpatient rehabilitation clinic. About PROVAIL PROVAIL recently celebrated its 75th anniversary having been founded in 1942 by parents of children with cerebral palsy. They created some of the first community services for individuals with cerebral palsy and other severe disabilities in the area. Our mission is supporting people with disabilities to fulfill their life choices. We help people decide how they want to live their life in the community and then provide the support services they need to act on those choices. We are a lifelong resource to individuals with disabilities and their families. Our services include: • Community-based residential services for adults with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injury; • Competitive supported employment helping adults and high school students with disabilities find jobs in the community; • Clinical services including occupational/speech therapy and innovative assistive technology solutions for communication and mobility challenges; and, We employ approximately 390 staff and have a budget of about $17.5 million. Job Summary The Director will lead a Clinic team that is widely recognized for its skill and experience supporting children and adults with disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy and Down Syndrome. In Speech Therapy, we specialize in meeting challenging communication needs using Augmentative Communication and other forms of assistive technology. In Occupational Therapy, we specialize in bringing customized power wheelchairs and other devices to individuals with complex mobility challenges. We also operate an Assistive Technology lab with the latest adaptive hardware and software to help individuals use technology to communicate, access the internet and interact with their home environment. PROVAIL is also a provider for the state Telephone Equipment Distribution program, which brings adapted telecommunication technology to people with speech disabilities. The Director of Clinical Services is responsible for the oversight and management of our rehab clinic program and its staff. The team of clinicians currently includes 3 Speech Therapists, 1 Occupational Therapist, 1 COTA and 1 Assistive Technology Specialist. In addition, there are 2 Clinic Service Coordinators who handle intake, authorization, and scheduling for the Clinic. We have plans to add at least one more Speech Therapist in the coming year to meet growing demand for our services. Typically there are 1-3 interns/volunteers active in the Clinic at any time. Specific responsibilities include: The Director will manage the daily operations of the Clinic and lead the rehab team in planning for strategic growth. Heavy emphasis on effective client care, customer satisfaction, compliance and financial sustainability. The Director is responsible for financial management of the Clinic. This includes budget preparation and monitoring, ensuring effective billing & collections practices are in place and supporting the front office team to maintain effective intake, scheduling and authorization practices. Another important area of responsibility includes the management and supervision of the clinical staff and volunteers. They will also ensure compliance with relevant internal policies, industry accepted standards of practice and applicable regulatory requirements. Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 years progressively responsible management-level experience, with responsibility for rehabilitation therapy service lines. The ideal candidate will have worked as a Speech, Occupational or Physical Therapist. Must have demonstrated experience in quality improvement, healthcare administration, healthcare standards and regulations, healthcare systems, strategic planning, budgeting, financial administration, continuum of care integration and client care delivery systems. Experience with contract negotiations with vendors and institutional payors like school districts and insurance carriers. Knowledge of healthcare terminology and Medicare regulations. Experience with healthcare billing and including reimbursement process, ICD-10, and CPT coding systems. Experience with practice management software and electronic billing processes. Knowledge/experience in JCAHO, CARF, DOH or similar certification surveys. We also require a Bachelors or Masters Degree from an accredited college in a relevant field of study or 5+ years of equivalent experience. Salary & Benefits: Salary dependent on qualifications. PROVAIL offers an excellent benefits package including health care, 403(b) retirement plan and generous paid time off allowances. PROVAIL is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

To Apply: Applicants are requested to e-mail a cover letter and resume with “Director of Clinical Services” in the subject line.

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Job Title: Speech and Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Lynnwood Speech & Language Services
City & State: Lynnwood, WA

Full Description: Lynnwood Speech & Language Services is a small pediatric private practice that is growing. My practice looks to transfer the latest research into productive therapy using developmental theory and methodology. I am looking for a dynamic, hardworking, and curious 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. Training in Hanen, SCERTS, and DIR a plus. Please let me know if you have a specialty interest not listed. 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. Strong CF Candidates are encouraged to apply. Salary: Competitive salary, medical benefits, paid vacation/sick/holiday, and continuing education, Clinic closed between 12/25 and 01/01. 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.

To Apply: Please submit your resume via email.

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Job Title: Speech Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Boyer Children'ts Clinic
City & State: Seattle, WA

Full Description: Since 1942, Boyer Children's Clinic has provided Puget Sound-area children with special needs with early intervention services designed to help them reach their maximum potential and improve their quality of life. In addition to helping children, we also provide valuable support services to parents that teach them to be the best advocates possible. Boyer is currently seeking a full-time Speech-Language Pathologist to provide evaluative, therapeutic, and consultative services for children with neuromuscular disorders and/or developmental delays who are delayed in speech, language, pre-speech (feeding), pre-linguistic (cognitive), and/or hearing abilities.

Major Duties: Major Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide assessment and speech and language treatment for agency children in client homes, at other community sites, and in the center.
  • Assess, evaluate, and provide direct/indirect consultative services to assigned children.
  • Provide initial behavioral hearing assessment for new children and refer for formal audio logical evaluation as appropriate.
  • Establish and carry out therapy programs according to each child's needs.
  • Coordinate program with parent, provide parent training, and collaborate with child's other therapy and with teachers for individual and/or group programs.
  • Perform case management and other administrative requirements.
  • Act as case manager for specific children.
  • Document assessment, program, and progress of each child including periodic written reports, Individual Education Plan or Individual Family Service Plan, and videotape recordings as appropriate.
  • Make and/or order equipment, assessment, or therapy materials.
  • Provide training, care coordination, assistance with access, program planning, interagency coordination, and administrative functions to support Medicaid programs.
  • Perform training-related duties.
  • Arrange for and provide observations and practicum experiences for speech therapy students.
  • Attend in-service programs and share information from recently attended professional meetings with staff.


  • Masters of Science degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology. Background in neurogenic speech disorders and language disorders is preferred.
  • 2 years of experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist working with children who have disabilities is desired.
  • N.D.T. training and experience in the handling of children with cerebral palsy and the treatment of neuromuscular and developmental problems is desired.
  • Current First Aid and CPR certification.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with children, parents, staff, co-workers, and physicians.
  • Ability to instruct parents and other persons involved in the handling and management of the impaired child.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must possess valid Washington State Driver’s License and automobile insurance.

Boyer Children’s Clinic is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Benefits: In addition to our supportive workplace environment you’ll enjoy excellent benefits that may include:
• Competitive wages
• Matching 403(b) contributions
• Healthcare package
• Self Care (paid time off)
• Paid Family Leave
• Professional Development 
• Continuing Education
• Flexible schedule

To Apply: Please submit your cover letter and resume in a single MS Word document online.

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Job Title: Speech Language Pathologist - Early Intervention
Organization Name: ChildStrive
City & State: Everett/Lynnwood, WA
Schedule: 0.625 – 1.0 FTE

ChildStrive began as a dream shared by a small group of parents who wanted a better future for their children with special needs. Every day, ChildStrive team members continue to grow that dream through dynamic, research-based programs that improve the lives of children and families in our community.
At ChildStrive, we believe that hiring staff that reflects our multi-ethnic and multi-racial clients increases resiliency, equity, and capacity in our community. We are committed to creating a welcoming workplace for all individuals and to offer opportunities for mentorship. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups, veterans, multi-lingual individuals to apply for our open positions. We invite highly skilled, dedicated professionals to join our team of therapists, educators, nurses, and counselors.
We have a current opportunity for a Speech Language Pathologist in our Early Intervention program.

Position Summary:  Responsible for providing individual therapy and consultation services to young children who special needs in their natural environment. This includes delays in the areas of speech and language and feeding disorders, as well as other areas of development. Emphasis on building parent capacity to provide support to their child’s area of concern during daily routines, using parent coaching strategies.

Required Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology or Communication Disorders
• Must be licensed to practice in Washington State
• Must possess a valid WA State Driver’s License, have automobile insurance, and be able to use own vehicle on the job with a mileage reimbursement.

Benefits: In addition to our supportive workplace environment you’ll enjoy excellent benefits that may include:
• Competitive wages
• Matching 403(b) contributions
• Healthcare package
• Self Care (paid time off)
• Paid Family Leave
• Professional Development 
• Continuing Education
• Flexible schedule

To Apply: To be considered for this position email your resume and cover letter to: [email protected]
ChildStrive participates in the E-Verify program and is an equal opportunity employer EEOC/AA - All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion or natural origin, creed, marital status, age, Vietnam era or other veterans’ status, or mental or physical handicap. Learn more by visiting

About our Organization: Founded in 1963, ChildStrive is a growing non-profit agency serving children and families in Snohomish and north King Counties. We are pioneers and respected leaders in providing family-centered parenting support and early intervention services to pregnant women and young children birth through 3 years old.
ChildStrive partners with families to support young children’s success in daily life and in the community. Our vision is that all children will succeed in school and in life.

We serve our community through four programs:
Early Intervention serves families with children birth to three years of age who have a developmental delay or identified disability;
Nurse Family Partnership serves first time pregnant women who are 25 years of age or younger through pregnancy and until their child turns two years of age;
Parents as Teachers serves families who pregnant or have a young child who are living with trauma or chronic hardships, including housing instability or poverty.
Outreach serves families with preschoolers who are homeless and living in shelters or who are isolated and lack support. The Outreach program also partners with the Tulalip Tribes and provides consultation services to childcare providers serving families in transitional housing.
At ChildStrive our workplace is a direct reflection of our work with the families we serve. We ask our families about their hopes and dreams and we recognize that the hope of dreams of our staff extend beyond their work life. We build family capacity through strength based coaching, reflection, and information sharing.
Whether you are a seasoned professional or a recent graduate, we systematically support our staff to reach their full potential. You’ll work alongside talented professionals and have built-in opportunities for continuing education, reflective supervision, pursuing your passions and sharing your knowledge. We collaborate with families and our community partners in meaningful, effective ways; relationships are at the core of our work. You’ll find a trusted “home” on your transdisciplinary work team and experience the results of deep, authentic collaboration across the agency. We continually adapt and improve to best meet our families’ needs, and maintain accountability in the process. Whether working with a challenging family or improving agency wide effectiveness, you’ll roll up your sleeves to solve problems and have the freedom to implement solutions. Our “intent based leadership” philosophy means that every employee takes responsibility for ChildStrive’s success and how we accomplish our mission.

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Job Title: Speech Language Pathologist - Part-Time
Organization Name: Ro Health
City & State: Tumwater, WA
Specialty: Schools/Pediatrics 
Positions Available: Very Part-Time with Expectation of added hours upcoming.
Compensation: $60.00/hour 
Start: As soon as possible

Position Summary:
Ro Health is seeking Speech Language Pathologist candidates for a part-time opportunity with an organization whose mission is committed to fostering the social, emotional, psychological, physical, and intellectual well-being of each child to help students achieve. This position will be best filled by an SLP experienced with children with special or extraordinary needs whose beliefs align with the organizations. You will be working collaboratively with parents/guardians, school districts, and other involved professionals to support the needs of each student.

Ro Health offers:

  • Compensation Packages tailored to your needs 
  • Industry best Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance 
  • Vanguard 401(k) with 4% annual match 
  • CEU Reimbursement up to $750 annually 
  • Paid Time Off Options 
  • Direct Deposit 
  • Guaranteed hours 
  • Concierge Customer Service 
  • Referral Bonuses


  • Current Relevant experience 
  • Current state professional license in good standing 
  • Current CPR/BLS Certification 
  • State and Contract specific compliance requirements

We think it’s pretty simple. Take GREAT care of therapists, and in turn, they will take GREAT care of their patients. Taking great care of YOU means compensation packages tailored to your needs, offering exceptional benefits, outstanding support, and anything else you can think of – we’re here for you! Ro Health is committed to finding, placing, and retaining the BEST local, PRN, travel and contract healthcare providers of any and all specialties in the TOP settings up and down the West Coast! We’re a small company focused on serving you, so you can focus on treating your patients.

How to Apply: Call today and speak with the friendliest, most honest, most personable recruiters in the industry!  Please call/email/text us at 253-777-4882 or [email protected].

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Job Title: Speech Language Pathologist (leave replacement position)
Organization Name: Lake Washington School District
City & State: Redmond, WA

Full Description: Lake Washington School District is looking for qualified candidates for a Speech Language Pathologist leave replacement position. This position is full-time (1.0 FTE) and begins on or about 10/19/2018 and continues through the rest of this 2018-2019 school year. Full benefit package available.
Qualifications: Washington State ESA certificate (issued by OSPI) with Speech Language Pathology endorsement.
Salary: Paid per teacher salary schedule with Base contract plus additional contracts for LEAP days, and Responsibility. Technology stipend and Professional Fund as well. See LWEA salary schedule posted on website. Full benefit package available for employees working .5 FTE and over.

Position Summary:

  • Provides speech and language services in the areas of student assessment, direct therapy, training and consultation for staff, parents, and equipment fabrication or adaptation to enable students to function to their highest possible level within the educational system. 
  • Participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team in the assessment and program evaluation for students. 
  • Acts as a liaison with medical and community service providers on behalf of handicapped children and their families. 
  • Able to demonstrate proficiency in using current methods and modalities in student intervention. 
  • Able to evaluate student independently and plan appropriate interventions. 
  • Able to work independently in cooperation with others. 
  • Demonstrate professional behavior and judgment. Courteous and respectful toward co-workers and students. 
  • Able to observe and interpret human behavior accurately. 
  • Able to establish constructive relationships with students and modify interventions. 
  • Able to organize and carry out responsibilities efficiently. 
  • Demonstrate interest and follow-through in improving professional skills. Able to accept and respond appropriately to constructive criticism.

How to Apply: Please apply on-line at:


Questions? Please contact Nancy Teteak at [email protected]

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Job Title: Speech Therapist, SLP - Part-Time
City & State: Seattle, Washington

Full Description: We are seeking a Speech Therapist SLP to join our team! You will evaluate and treat patients with speech, language, voice, and fluency disorders. You will be working in the Greater Seattle Area.

  • Develop therapy and treatment plans for speech disorders 
  • Implement standardized tests for accurate diagnosis of communication disorders 
  • Establish treatment goals and milestones with patients 
  • Document and store treatment plans and progress reports 
  • Update patient progress to relevant parties 
  • Research related speech and language problems 


  • Previous experience in speech pathology or other related fields 
  • Familiarity with communication disorders 
  • Ability to build rapport with patients 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Positive and patient demeanor 

Unit Rate: $75+ (DOE)

How to Apply: Please send resume to [email protected]

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Job Title: Speech/Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Kitsap Speech Therapy
City & State: Silverdale, Washington

Full Description: We are looking for an experienced speech/language pathologist to join our team. We are a small well-established private practice in Silverdale, serving children from 2-16 years of age. Our staff consists of four part to full-time SLPs and an office manager. 
This position offers the following advantages:

  • Flexible scheduling in terms of desired FTE, days, and hours of work 
  • Close work with families to support their children's therapy goals 
  • 45 minute therapy sessions 
  • Autonomy to make professional decisions about treatment efficacy, therapy goals, and discharge 
  • Competitive hourly wage, with paid vacation and continuing education benefits after one year 
  • Profit-sharing bonuses after one year 
  • Supportive and collaborative work environment with weekly team meetings and shared decision making about clinic goals, materials purchases, and caseload assignments

We are a close-knit staff, passionate about our work, and about maintaining a supportive and caring professional environment for each other.

How to Apply: Please contact Sara Campbell, owner, at 360-692-2404 or at [email protected] if you are interested in finding out more.

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