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Speech and Language Pathologist Qualifications

 

Responsibilities –

  • Evaluation, treatment planning and implementation of therapies for patients with speech and language disorders.

  • Regularly re-evaluate patients and document their progress and revise the treatment plan as necessary

  • Maintain documentation including daily treatment notes and reports

  • Work closely with families regarding their child’s speech and language disorder

  • Provide exceptional customer service to families and maintain positive attitude towards patients

  • Provide consultation to families regarding their child’s speech and language disorder

  • Maintain communication with patient support teams and providers (physicians, occupational therapists, school personnel, etc.)

  • Must maintain a high-level of professionalism and confidentiality

  • Maintain open communication with the office and fellow therapists

  • Work independently without supervision and use good judgement in challenging situations

  • Willingness to stay informed about current trends in speech and language pathology and continued development of professional skills

  • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned

  • Maintain cleanliness and sanitation practices in the treatment rooms

  • Must be able to get down on the floor with patients

 

Qualifications –

  • Advanced degree in Speech-Language Pathology

  • Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC)

  • One year of Clinical experience as an SLP

  • Currently hold an active license to practice as an SLP in Washington State or be eligible

  • Current CPR Certification. CPR certification must stay current during employment

  • Basic technology skills – email, Microsoft Word/Excel

  • Possess required organizational, communication and interpersonal relationship skills

 

Employment Type –

Part-time with growth potential - Flexible Hours

About us –

Pathways to Communication was founded in 1996. We a group of passionate speech and language pathologists who offer individualized and person-centered therapies that are evidence based and supported by current research. We value forming relationships with our patients and families in order to foster self-esteem and confidence.

Please send a resume and cover letter to info@pathwaystocommunication.net