Responsible for organizing performing in a professional capacity appropriate diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services to meet the needs of language and hearing-impaired students. The Speech and Language Pathologist works under the supervision of the Director of Special Education.
• Valid Connecticut Certification: License as a Speech and Language Pathologist issued by the Connecticut Department of Public Health in accordance with the applicable Connecticut General Statutes.
• Experience with students who have behavioral challenges and social emotional needs.
• Knowledge of diagnostic methods and their applicability to the difficult to test population; basic knowledge of pathology of auditory system and assessment of those disorders.
• Considerable interpersonal skills; oral and written communications skills; skill in individual and group instruction; evaluation skills of speech and language status and basis of disorders.
• Ability to interpret medical and psychological data focused on speech pathology; ability to prepare concise reports, records and instructional material; ability to lead and instruct teaching staff; ability to utilize computer software.
• Knowledge of Special Education procedures (IEP development, PPT process, federal and state regulations) preferred.
• Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience. Master’s in Speech and Language Pathology from accredited college or university.
• Certificate of Clinical Competence (CC/FLP) .
Required: This position requires a minimum formal education of Master Degree and minimum of three years job-related experience. Experience working with children who have Autism Spectrum disorders is required.
Registration, Certification Requirements: Connecticut Speech/Language Therapist License. ASHA certificate of clinical competence. Neuro-developmental training is preferred. Functional Independent Measurement (FIM) certification and CPR certification preferred. Therapist must have experience in depth using a range of pediatric assessments. Must be comfortable working with children ages: newborn to adolescents. Previous work experience with children who have neuro-developmental disorders and developmental delays is required. Must have experience working with patients with neurological conditions. Speech Therapist will provide services that identify, prevent, remediate and rehabilitate speech, language, cognition, voice, fluency and swallowing disorders in children. Evaluates and analyzes patients, treatment and instructions to patient/family to maximize functional independence.
Hours: Per Diem.
Speech Therapist – Per Diem – Job ID 444
We are inviting applications for an Instructor/Assistant Professor in Residence in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences.
The Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) Department is a CAA-accredited program in both audiology and speech-language pathology. The department has 20 faculty members, 300 undergraduate and 125 graduate students.
The SLHS Department is a key component of the UConn Cognitive Sciences Program and a participating department in the interdisciplinary training program funded by a National Science Foundation IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training) grant (https://nbl.cogsci.uconn.edu/).
The Storrs campus is located in eastern Connecticut, 30 minutes from Hartford and 45 minutes from Providence, RI, between Boston (90 minutes away) and New York City (2½ hours away).
For more information please visit the department’s website at www.slhs.uconn.edu.
The successful candidate will be expected to share a deep commitment to effective instruction at the undergraduate and graduate levels and to the mentoring of students in their professional development. Successful candidates will be expected to broaden participation among members of under-represented groups; demonstrate through their activities the richness of diversity in the learning experience; integrate multicultural experiences into instructional methods and research tools; contribute to the development of pedagogical techniques designed to meet the needs of diverse learning styles and intellectual interests. The teaching load will be four courses one semester and three courses the other semester. In addition, this individual will be expected to participate in outreach and service activities. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Master’s degree and Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP). Proven excellence in teaching a broad range of topics in Speech-Language Pathology. The successful candidate will be able to foster a collegial working atmosphere.
Ph.D. in Speech-Language Pathology and Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP).
This is a nine-month, non-tenure track position with annual reappointment. The anticipated start date is August 23, 2019. This appointment will be at the main campus in Storrs, CT. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Visit the following link – https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/14022 and select \”Apply\” to apply online. Please submit the following: a cover letter that addresses the criteria for the position and a curriculum vitae. Additionally, please follow the instructions in Academic Jobs Online to direct three reference writers to submit letters of reference on your behalf. Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.
For more information regarding the Department of SLHS please visit the department website at (https://slhs.uconn.edu/). Please contact Dr. Bernard Grela (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) for other inquiries. Employment of the successful candidate is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check. (Search #2019639) This position will be filled subject to budgetary approval. All employees are subject to adherence to the State Code of Ethics, which may be found at http://www.ct.gov/ethics/site/default.asp.
The Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at the University of Connecticut seeks an Assistant Professor-in-Residence for a non-tenure-track appointment at the main campus located in Storrs, Connecticut.
The Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) Department is a CAA-accredited program in both audiology and speech-language pathology. The department has 14 faculty members, 350 undergraduate and 125 graduate students. The SLHS Department is a key component of the UConn Cognitive Sciences Program and a participating department in the interdisciplinary training program funded by a National Science Foundation IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training) grant (https://nbl.cogsci.uconn.edu). SLHS is also a core department for the UConn grants for Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disorders (LEND) and pediatric audiology.
The Storrs campus is located in rural Connecticut, 30 minutes from Hartford and 60 minutes from Providence, RI, between Boston (90 minutes away) and New York City (2 ½ hours away).
The successful candidate will teach graduate and undergraduate courses in audiology. The teaching load will be four courses for one semester and three courses for the other semester. In addition, this individual will be expected to participate in outreach and service activities.
Qualifications include a completed terminal degree (e.g., Au.D., Ph.D. related field) or an equivalent foreign terminal degree at the time of appointment and a proven record of teaching excellence.
Preferred qualifications include a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology and experience teaching a broad range of topics in audiology. The successful candidate will be able to foster a collegial working atmosphere.
This position is a nine-month, non-tenure track position with reappointment annually. The anticipated start date is August 23, 2019. This position does not lead to permanent academic tenure and will be filled subject to budgetary approval. This appointment will be at the main campus in Storrs, CT. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Please visit our job posting site at Academic Jobs Online to apply for the role – https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/13634
Seeking Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) to work in our Birth to Three program at our Norwich location. Part Time position; 20hrs/wk, M-F, 9am-1pm. If interested, please email resume to Jesse Sargent at email@example.com.
Under the supervision of Birth to Three Director, provides direct coaching early intervention for families and caregivers for children with moderate to significant delays in development and support families and children by obtaining and using assistive technology equipment as appropriate for the child/family and intervention/support for all other concerns related to this discipline.
•Provides direct coaching early intervention for families and caregivers for children with moderate to significant delays in development
•Possibly support families and children by obtaining and using assistive technology equipment as appropriate for the child/family and intervention/support for all other concerns related to this discipline
•Provides support and modeling/coaching for the child’s family around identified needs and goals
•Implements developmental evaluations/assessments using a standardized tool or other approved evaluation tools. Ensures to generate a detailed narrative report in a timely manner
•Develops IFSP goals and objectives with families and caregivers for children and the families as assigned. Monitors and reviews IFSP’s as needed and as required by the State of CT.
•Ensures all documentation is completed within mandated timeline(s)
•Performs all duties required as a Service Coordinator as mandated by the CT OEC Birth to Three Program
•Perform other related duties as required.
•Displays and upholds Easterseals core values of collaboration, respect, caring, excellence and accountability. Consistently demonstrates caring for the community we serve, for one another, and for the organization they are part of, and contributes to building trust, pride and camaraderie.
JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILL REQUIREMENTS, AND DESIRED ATTRIBUTES
•This position may be authorized to have access to protected Health Information (PHI) to perform specific job duties.
•Knowledge of child development and competency in the discipline of Speech and Language Pathology required.
•Ability to implement developmental approaches and best practices of early intervention for children with special needs.
•Ability to support, coach, educate, and maintain family and caregiver involvement as part of the child’s intervention.
•Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
•Knowledge of speech and communication development, assistive technology, and other discipline related areas.
•Ability to speak Spanish or other second language preferred.
•A valid driver’s license and vehicle to drive is necessary. Travel within the State of Connecticut is required on an as needed basis.
•Master’s of Science Degree or Doctorate (depending upon the year of graduation) in Speech and Language Pathology with license/certifications as specified by the CT Department of Public Health (CT-DPH) under §20-411 C.G.S.
•At least one (1) year of field experience working with young children.
•Birth to Three experience preferred.
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
For more than 25 years, TheraCare has been dedicated to setting the standards for excellence for multi-service healthcare, developmental and educational programs. Our philosophy reflects professionals working collaboratively with families, communities and children to maximize each child’s potential.
We are seeking dynamic Clinical Fellows looking to jump start their career by starting off with a comprehensive and rewarding experience while gaining valuable skills on the journey to becoming a licensed Speech Language Pathologist. Under the supervision of an ASHA-certified and state-licensed Speech Language Pathologist, Clinical Fellows will screen, diagnose and provide treatment to children up to 3 years old with communication delays in a variety of settings. After the completion of the fellowship, you will receive your ASHA CCCs and your state licensure.
Finding the right setting to complete your Clinical Fellowship can be nerve-wracking and challenging. Picking the right environment can set the tone for your career.
– Dedicated full-time mentor (Clinical Supervisor) – Why settle for less?
– Work/life balance and Autonomy – Flexible schedules
– Caseload clustered in one geographic area
– Semi-monthly pay
– Professional development opportunities
– Competitive salary and benefits (medical/dental/401(k)/vision/retention bonus)
– Tuition reimbursement opportunities
– Initial Licensing Fees #WeGotItCovered
– Opportunity for Employee Referral Bonuses
– Availability of clinical resources to aid in professional growth
– Training opportunities for evaluations and feeding skills
– After the completion of the fellowship, you will receive your ASHA CCCs and your state licensure
Qualified candidates will possess a Master’s Degree in a speech-related field and be CF eligible. Successful candidates will have excellent attention to detail regarding session notes and report submission, possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, have the ability to liaise and collaborate with professionals in various disciplines and at different levels in order to best advocate for needs of children and be willing to travel to various settings for service provision.
TheraCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
To apply go to: https://theracare-of-new-york-inc.hiringthing.com/
Speech-Language Pathologist – Hartford, CT
This is your opportunity to make an impact in the lives of families in communities in Hartford that need the most help! South Bay Community Services is a community-based organization seeking a self-motivated professional who is committed to helping children and families throughout New England. We are looking for a Speech and Language Pathologist to join our team! Imagine the impact of helping a child say their first word. Combine that with the mentoring you\’re seeking, professional supervision you\’ll welcome and training that pushes you to excel as a Speech and Language Pathologist at South Bay Early Childhood Services. Gain valuable experience as you work with our professional and innovative clinical team to provide family-based services to at-risk infants, toddlers, and their families as part of a dedicated trans-disciplinary team for caseloads. CFY’s welcome to apply!
* We are passionate and dedicated to helping our community
* You get hands-on, invaluable experience working with our consumers in their environment
* As a South Bay employee, you have a clear growth potential/ career path.
* We continually offer training and have a successful on-boarding process.
* We offer competitive salary, mileage stipend, health benefits, paid time off, flexible schedule for clinical staff, strong team environment, in service training, electronic health records, professional liability insurance, and career advancement.
South Bay Community Services is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
CBS Therapy has an exciting opportunity for a bilingual (SP/ENG) speech-language pathologist to work out of our Waterbury clinic. The Bilingual SLP would be responsible for conducting bilingual evaluations and therapy in our clinic and for local educational agencies. Also, the Bilingual SLP would supervise CF’s and SLPA’s.
This is a one of a kind opportunity for a bilingual slp who wants the opportunity to be recognized and rewarded for their unique abilities.
We encourage qualified candidates to talk to us and find out more!
This is a salaried Bilingual Speech-language Pathologist position providing evaluations and direct speech-language therapy to eligible students. Additionally, there may be supervision of SLPA’s and CF’s. Some travel required.
- Conducts bilingual evaluations and completes report
- Provides speech-language intervention bilingually when necessary
- Supervises Clinical Fellows
- Supervises SLPA’s
- Documents speech-language services to ensure accountability of service provision and to meet standards for reimbursement of services as appropriate.
- Considerable knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and equipment of speech-language therapy
- Considerable knowledge of anatomy and physiology as they relate to speech-language therapy
- Considerable knowledge of possible hazards to patients during treatment and of necessary precautionary measures
- Ability to problem solve and find solutions
- Ability to maintain adequate work reports and to prepare periodic reports of treatments
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with speech-language therapy students, subordinates, professional employees, and patients
- Graduation from a school of Speech-language Pathology accredited by the American Speech-language Hearing Association
- Speech-language Pathologist License from the Department of Health
Job Type: Full-time
Please submit resumes to Gizelle Alexander, Recruiting Specialist, at CRS2@cbstherapy.com. She is also available by phone if there are any questions, 203.457.3711.
STAR Rubino Family Center is offering a flexible, rewarding part-time or full-time opportunity to work with infants and toddlers, ages birth to three and their families. Services are provided in the family’s home and in community settings based in Norwalk, CT and five surrounding towns.
Be a part of a dynamic Birth to Three team!
Responsibilities include: Evaluations and assessments, activity-based therapy direct and indirect, consultations, service coordination, team meetings, written reports and contact sheets.
Experience with pediatric population and current professional licensure required.
For consideration, please forward your resume to Lswift@starct.org
Advanced Placement Solutions – Academic Employment
We currently have openings for full time and part time (flexible schedules) positions for CT Certified Speech & Language Pathologists in schools all over the state for the 2019/2020 school year.
Benefits for these positions include:
- travel is paid at your regular hourly rate
- cadre of SLPs to collaborate with
- assigned Case Manager to support you with any issues, problems, or concerns
- free PD when available
- supervisor for your CFY year
Now is the best time to secure yourself a position with the school of your choice for the 2019/2020 school year.
To begin the process, please send me a copy of your current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will then arrange a telephone interview with you.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Advanced Placement Solutions
Chief Recruitment Officer
Mansfield Public Schools, Connecticut
…serving 1,150 students from PreK through 8th grade
-Available for School Year 2019-2020-
Speech Pathologist (PreK-4): Dorothy Goodwin Elementary School, 0.40 FTE
Qualified applicants must hold or be eligible for Connecticut licensing and certification as a speech and language pathologist (061).
To submit your application via Applitrack, visit http://www.mansfieldct.org/MBOEJobs
Questions or for more information, contact:
Michele Beers, Human Resources Manager
Mansfield Public Schools
4 South Eagleville Road
Storrs, CT 06268
The Mansfield Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
We are seeking Speech Therapists with homecare experience to work per diem in our New Haven County and beautiful Shoreline towns. If you enjoy working one-on-one with patients to make a personal difference in their lives, this may be the position for you!
•Stability : Founded in 1910 and never sold or acquired by another agency
•Award Winning : Proud recipient of the 2016 Patient Satisfaction Award of Distinction
•Technology : All charting is done electronically on laptops or your home computer
•Growth : Recently licensed Hospice Program
What You Will Do:
•Perform speech therapy assessment and care planning according to agency policies and procedures.
•Performs regular evaluation of client’s progress, takes prompt action when any change in client’s condition is noted or reported, and discharges client from care when goals are attained.
•Provides complete and accurate documentation of speech therapy care. Submits all documentation in time frame outlined by agency policies.
•Teaches appropriate treatment procedures and supportive activities to patients and family members. Translates all exercises into functional activities or activities of daily living.
•Administers diagnostic speech and language evaluations, as well as some basic, informal audiological assessment.
What You Will Need:
•Certified as a Speech Pathologist by American Speech and Language Association.
•Registration in the State of CT as a speech pathologist.
•Valid driver’s license and automobile.
•At least three years of experience in the speech therapy environment.
•Basic computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft (Outlook and Word) required. Experience with electronic medical record (EMR) systems highly desired.
VNA Community Healthcare is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
To apply, go to https://connecticuthomecare.org/join-our-team/
Building Bridges is an Early Intervention (Birth to Three) Agency serving central and northern CT. We are looking to add Speech and Language Pathologists to an existing team of experienced interventionists. CFY and Full Time Employment opportunities are available in addition to Part Time and Fee For Service Employment. Full Time employment includes a competitive benefit plan including a matching 401k plan, signing bonus and potential tuition reimbursement. Training and Supervision is available. Please contact Steven Hunt at email@example.com to learn more about these opportunities.