Speech Language Pathologist Responsibilities
• Screens and evaluates children and adults with communication disorders
• Writes evaluation and treatment reports
• Develops treatment programs for children and adults with communication disorders
• Provides therapy to individuals with communication disorders
• Measures and documents outcomes of treatment programs
• Interfaces with other members of the client’s team, especially the parents/family
• Communicates treatment issues with supervisory staff
• Conducts staff and community education
• Acquires, at minimum, the continuing education units (CEU's) necessary for license renewal
• Manages support staff (aides, volunteers, parents, etc.) within a group setting
• Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
- 1-2 years experience
- Master's degree
- Pass LiveScan
- 3 weeks paid time off (PTO) which increases to 4 weeks PTO after the second year and 5 weeks PTO after the seventh year.
- 9 paid holidays.
- Company paid medical/dental/vision after 60 days of full-time employment.
- $300 continuing education allowance.
- 8 hours of paid time for educational opportunities.
- 401K with 25% employer matching after 6 months of employment.
- $1,500 sign on bonus.