Speech Language Pathologist (CCC/CFY)
Why choose a career with Connections SLP?
Connections SLP, LLC, the largest private speech-language pathology practice in Whatcom county, provides speech and language services to children and young adults to treat a range of disabilities including speech/language impairment, developmental disabilities, autism, genetic syndromes, hearing loss, sensory integration and feeding problems.
Combining a great team of knowledgeable and caring Speech Language Pathologists and support staff with collaborative relationships with other area service providers, Connections SLP offers a fun environment that fosters success.
Connections SLP is located in Bellingham, WA, halfway between Seattle and Vancouver, BC. With a wide variety of natural scenery, skiing and snowboarding, hiking, waterfront activities, and cultural arts, the Bellingham area offers a variety of attractions and activities while maintaining a small-city atmosphere. Find out more about the Bellingham area at www.bellingham.org and whatcom.kulshan.com.
Please e-mail or fax your resume to:
Missy Bartel, Director
fax: (360) 756-8868
Connections SLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Speech Language Pathologist -
The Speech-Language Pathologist will provide comprehensive evaluations and on-going therapy in a client-centered and friendly manner to help every client develop communication skills during a time of fun, play-based therapy.
- Work closely with clients, families, physicians, care providers, and other community members in a collaborative approach
- Development, organization and implementation of assessment and treatment programs
- Comprehensive case management while interfacing with the Director and other members of the team
- Comply with all federal and state regulations, professional guidelines and code of ethics for speech-language pathology
- Assist in training and orientation of new employees as needed
- Additional duties as directed
Minimum Job Requirements:
- Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from ASHA accredited SLP program with CCC or strong CFY
- Must hold current Washington State SLP license or obtain license within guidelines and time frame set by Washington state
- Experience working with children and adolescents with a range of disabilities preferred
- Love of children a must
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of techniques and procedures required for assessment and treatment
- Ability to effectively and efficiently provide comprehensive speech-language pathology case management
- Proficient in written communication and reporting
- Ability to effectively communicate with clients, families, physicians, and other professionals in the community
- Self-starter with excellent problem solving skills
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements
- Ability to interact on a physical level with children and to perform repetitive motion tasks
- Ability to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds
- Some local travel may be required
- This position is subject to a criminal background check