Assistant Clinical Professor

Position Number: D92772

Job Title: Assistant Clinical Professor

Department: Speech & Hearing Sciences

FTE: 1.0 FTE, benefits eligible

Job Type: Non Tenure Track

Posted Date: 8/16/2019


Brief Description of PSU/School/Department:

Portland State University, with an enrollment of approximately 30,000 students, serves the Portland metropolitan area, which is a vibrant and growing community with a culturally diverse population of 1.5 million people. Portland State University’s motto is “Let knowledge serve the city,” which highlights the campus as a national leader in university–community partnerships.


The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences is a vibrant department, serving over 80 graduate students and 220 undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students a year. The department offers a graduate program educating future speech-language pathologists, as well as an undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences and a post-baccalaureate program preparing students to enter graduate level work in a variety of fields, especially speech-language pathology and audiology. SPHR faculty include 8 tenure-line research faculty and 8 clinical faculty, and adjunct faculty. With strong connections to the surrounding community, the department strives to provide a strong educational curriculum preparing students to enter careers and graduate level work in a variety of fields.


Position Summary

The Speech and Hearing Sciences Department at Portland State University invites applications for a non tenure-track position at the Assistant Clinical Professor level, beginning December 16, 2019. This core SPHR faculty member will provide academic and clinical instruction in the area of speech-language pathology and will coordinate pediatric medical externships. This is a 1.0 FTE 9 month position with full benefits.


Responsibilities include contributing to pediatric and medical academic and clinical instruction in the following areas:

-          Undergraduate and/or graduate academic teaching.  Instruction includes five to six courses per year (one to two courses per term) related to pediatric topics, including specialty medical and speech sound disorder topics.

-          Clinic coordination and supervision, including related seminars for speech-language pathology graduate students related to pediatric clinical populations. Clinically related activities will be conducted at PSU’s Speech and Language Clinic and could be conducted in the community in the future, as appropriate.

-          Clinical externship coordination for graduate students, including maintenance and development of on-going relationships and contracts with off-campus externship sites.

-          Perform regular university and departmental administrative and service duties, including committee work, graduate selection, comprehensive exam review, advising, curriculum/program development, and graduation and orientation events.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

●        Active involvement in enhancement and development of SPHR program.

●        Create an environment that acknowledges, encourages, and celebrates differences.

●        Function and communicate effectively and respectfully within the context of varying beliefs, behaviors, orientations, identities, and cultural backgrounds.

●        Seek opportunities to gain experience working and collaborating in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive setting with a willingness to change for continual improvement.

●        Adhere to all of PSU’s policies including the policies on Prohibited Discrimination & Harassment and the Professional Standards of Conduct.


Required Qualifications  

●        Have and maintain a current speech-language pathology license from the state of Oregon, or eligible for such license.  Must obtain license prior to hire date (as required by the state of Oregon).

●        Earned master’s degree in speech-language pathology.

●        Minimum of 3 years, broad-scope clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist required.


Preferred Qualifications

Priority will be given to those candidates who have

-          at least 4 years of post-certification clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist.

-          post-certification clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist in a pediatric medical setting.

-          clinical and/or teaching experience at the higher education level in one or more of the following areas: Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Cleft Palate and/or Craniofacial Disorders, Speech Sound Disorders, Anatomy and Physiology, Voice Disorders, Pediatric Swallowing Disorders, and related coursework.

-          demonstrated use of evidence-based practice methodologies in assessment and treatment.

-          Previous supervisory experience with university students.


Clinical certification from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensure in the state of Oregon in speech-language pathology are required.



The starting annual salary rate for this position will be competitive with an excellent benefits package including 95% premium paid healthcare; a generous retirement and vacation package; and reduced tuition rates for employee, spouse or dependent at any of the Oregon Public Universities.


To Apply

Review of applications will begin immediately; the position will be open until filled.  Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a statement describing academic and clinical teaching experience, interests, and approach, and the names and contact information for three professional references to


Required Documents

●        Cover letter

●        Curriculum Vitae

●        Statement of academic and clinical teaching interest, experience, framework and methodology

●        Contact information for 3 professional references


Questions about this position may be directed to:

Deanna Britton

Search Committee Chair

Portland State University, SPHR

PO Box 751

Portland, OR 97207-0751


Portland State University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Institution and welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity.


Speech Language Pathologist

Job Posting for a Speech Language Pathologist:

A growing pediatric private practice is looking to hire a dedicated and enthusiastic Speech Therapist to join our team. We are a well-established pediatric occupational and speech therapy clinic serving families of the Greater Olympia/Lacey areas which boasts a lower cost of living than the neighboring metropolitan suburbs of Seattle, Tacoma and Portland. Our team specializes in delivering intervention based on a holistic therapy model, stressing the importance of family involvement and cross discipline collaboration. 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. We offer competitive compensation with flexible therapy scheduling. For more information regarding this position interested parties may contact Christopher at 360-786-1753 (W), 360-556-8092 (C) or via email at

SLP/SLP-CFs for School Based Positions WA

Description: Speech Connections is seeking SLPs/SLP-CFs for school based positions in Washington State for the 2019/2020 school year. We are a small, local company that contracts Speech-Language Pathologists to school districts in Washington State exclusively. Our goal is to create a positive work environment, where our team members feel supported and valued. We take pride in offering school districts highly qualified therapists who provide effective services with integrity. We are excited about our company and proud of the work we do. Speech Connections is owned and operated by two ASHA certified SLPs with over 18 years experience in Washington State schools. CF candidates welcome! We provide the right amount of supervision and mentoring for new graduates, and we welcome those who have been in practice for many years. We strive to maintain a collaborative, supportive culture. Throughout the year we offer opportunities for our employees to get together to interact professionally and socially. Our company does not employ a non-compete clause: we want you to want to work with us. Let us know what you are looking for! We match your skills and job requirements (location, population, full-time/part-time employment) to available positions in school districts.

Please visit our website: to learn more about who we are and what we offer. Salary: We offer competitive pay and multiple benefits including medical/dental, retirement, CFY supervision, continuing education benefits Qualifications: Master's degree in Speech Language Pathology CF candidates welcome.

Speech Pediatric Therapist

Job Summary:  

To plan and carry out a communication/language program to meet the developmental needs of program participants.


Essential Job Responsibilities:

Pediatric Speech Therapy Activities

·         Provide direct speech therapy services to clients as recommended and prescribed.

·         Provide speech, language, hearing, and feeding therapy in classroom setting when indicated and available.

·         Provide speech, language, hearing, and feeding therapy services through home therapy session

·         Coordinate physician's recommendations with parent activities, classroom activities, and individual speech/language programs.

·         Fulfill responsibilities of (case manager) including parent contact, clinic visits, implement IEP as developed by team members and advise physician of goals.

·         Provide means for parent to monitor child's performance.

·         Appraise parent's participation and instruct and train parents in oral motor/speech/language development and in programs individualized to their child.

·         Provide information on childhood hearing problems to parents, assist parents to obtain audiological and/or otological check ups when appropriate.


Evaluation, Planning, Coordinating Therapy Activities

  • Develop individual speech, language, hearing and feeding program plans

·         Provide communication evaluations as indicated for program participants

·         Provide written documentation of evaluation results

·         Maintain physician contact through clinic visits, telephone calls, etc.

·         Provide information on oral motor, feeding, and communication development to parent groups.

·         Consult with various VCTC programs on request.

·         Attend staff meetings

·         Provide input to IFSPs for each child served.

·         Participate in community education as requested.

·         Evaluate child and give recommendations to team for program implementation.

·         Attend continuing education/workshops to enhance professional skills and maintain licensure and certification.


Reporting, Documentation & Misc.

·         Maintain progress sheets on all speech/language training programs performed under direct supervision, and those assigned to others for implementation.

·         Maintain records of all client/family contact

·         Apply enhanced professional skills through program development.

·         Visit other developmental programs as appropriate.

·         Share information gained at workshops with staff members



Skills and Experience:

·         Experience with children with physical handicaps or developmental delay

·         ASHA Certification in Speech-Language Pathology

·         Basic NDT Course preferred

·         Washington State Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology

·         Practicum and/or experience which children with physical or developmental delays

·         Knowledge of community resources for families

·         Microsoft Office Skills

·         Current First Aid and CPR, including infants and young children

·         Current Washington State Driver’s License with proof of current auto insurance or state of residency

·         Vehicle in excellent running condition with all safety restraints in working order

·         Proficient in the English language

·         Proficient verbal and written skills


Non Essential Skills and Experience:

2nd Language


Reporting to this position:  No Direct Reports


Work Flexibility: This organization believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success.  That contribution should not be limited by the assigned responsibilities.  Therefore, this job (or position) description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications and job scope, but not limit the incumbent nor the organization to just the work identified.  Job duties may change from time to time based on our business needs.  It is our expectation that each employee will offer his/her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of our endeavors.   Home and community environments will vary.  Employees may flex their therapy session times between VCTC facility location, participant’s home and/or community environments.


Physical demands and work environment:  The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Physical demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee will frequently be required to stand; walk; bend, sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. During therapy sessions, the employee will frequently need to perform therapy on floor mats so will often be on their knees or in a floor sitting position. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include, close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.


  • Work environment: The noise level is moderate. Employees may be required to drive their vehicles for home and community therapy sessions with clients.



·         Work-life balance & Fun Events

·         Paid sick time/Vacation time

·         Health/Medical/Dental/Vision/401k

·         Employee Assistance Program


To apply: Please email your resume to with the heading “Speech Therapist”

Pediatric Speech/Language Pathologist


Pediatric Speech/Language Pathologist

Are you looking to
make a Difference for children and families?

CHILD /Developmental Therapy Services has a full time opening for a CCC-SLP in a unique school + clinic environment.   We seek a candidate with excellent clinical, communication and relationship skills to work in a setting with a collaborative team approach where children progress!  CHILD offers a unique relationship-based approach through all school programs for children designed to foster skills for regulation, relating and resilience.  Join our multidisciplinary team of educators, therapists and parents in the critical role of Speech and Language Therapist. Children present with a variety of challenges associated with autism, learning disability, developmental delays, and other conditions impacting language and communication.
This is a full time position beginning late July/early August 2019, offering a competitive salary and a full benefit package.  This position requires current Washington State SLP license and CCC credential. 

Responsibilities include speech /language/communication evaluations; create, monitor and carry out IEP/therapy plans; mentor/supervise SLP intern; and extensive consult/support with staff and families. The preferred candidate will have demonstrated pediatric experience and passion to work with children, families and other professionals.

Contact Cathy DeLeon with the following:
Letter of interest, resume/CV, and professional writing sample (i.e.: IEP/Tx plan/Eval report), professional references
Fax: 425-277-7726
2640 Benson Rd. South
Renton, WA 98055
Phone: 425-336-4023

Assistive Technology Specialist



Assistive Technology Specialist

REPORTS: Assistant Director Inclusive Education

WORK YEAR: 183 Days (plus additional days)


The Assistive Technology (AT) works directly with students within the Kent School District to assess, develop, implement, train, and monitor AT needs.  The AT Specialist provides evaluation, modeling and training to staff on the full continuum of communication and academic technology supports. The AT Specialist functions as a diagnostic team member and provides ongoing technical assistance to students, staff, and parents.



 Education and Experience

Ø   Master’s degree in speech and hearing sciences, occupational therapy, instructional technology, special education or related field.

Licensing and Certification

Ø  Washington State educational staff associate certification or teaching certificate.



Ø  Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) Certification

Ø  Proven successful experience as an Assistive Technology Specialist.

Ø  Proven successful experience providing student services in urban public education.

Ø  Proven successful experience in an ethnically diverse public-school district.



Must demonstrate a successful level of the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below:

Assistive Technology specific skills related to proficient use of technology systems, computers and electronic communication devices and the ability to develop, implement, and monitor speech, language, communication programming, and academic supports for individuals and groups.

Ø  Knowledge of the rules, regulations, and procedures governing special education.

Ø  Ability to produce accurate records and reports.

Ø  Ability to make independent decisions.

Ø  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, parents, other

employees, and others as needed.

Ø  Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

Ø  Skill in computer operation and ability to learn and operate a variety of software programs.

Ø  Skill in organizing and coordinating workload.

Ø  Skill in organizing and inventorying technology.


KSD Job Listing Link:


SLP: Federal Way Public Schools

Looking to join a supportive SLP Team?

…where you can grow professionally,

have fun, and provide world-class SLP services?


Federal Way Public Schools, located along the I-5 corridor, a short ride from Seattle and Tacoma, Washington, is seeking 1 more SLP (CCC or CFY) to join our team of 45 SLPs!  Join our team, and you will find a dynamic group of positive and energetic life-long learners who support one another in providing the highest quality speech-language services for our scholars! 


Specifically, we are looking for an SLP with experience and/or interest in working with students with deafness or hearing impairments. We host a pre-K to 12th grade DHH program, and are looking for an SLP to provide services and supports to preschool, elementary, and middle school students. You’ll be working with a collaborative team, including our DHH special education teachers, signing paras, sign interpreters, and our audiologist. Signing is not required – only interest in working with this unique population.


We also offer:

·      Mentoring for new employees and CFYs!

·      Monthly professional development!

·      Support from our Articulation /r/ Specialist!

·      Support from our Dysphagia Team!

·      Support from our AT/AAC Team, including

Assistive Technology/AAC lending library!

·      Support from our district Audiologist!

·   Access to the latest testing materials!

·   Therapy materials provided, including iPad!

·   District provided wireless lap-top computer  with office docking station!

·   Training and support in student information system used for evaluation reports and IEPs!


Compensation includes:

·   Competitive salary!

·   Additional 10 paid days attached to base salary to support professional activities!

·   Additional 5 paid days attached to base salary for professional development!

·   CEUs and clinical work experience, including your CF year (up to 16 years) applied to salary schedule advancement!


·      $1000 annual stipend for CCCs!

·      Front-loaded Wellness Leave (like sick-leave, but better: time-off to support your wellness)!

·      Medical benefits and retirement contributions on top of your salary!

·      Possible forgiveness of some federal student loans!

·      Percentage of SLP-billed Medicaid reimbursement used for SLP needs!

Want to learn more?

Please contact Michael Self-Bence, Supervisor Speech-Language Services

EMAIL:      CELL/TEXT: 253-457-2822

Rock Therapeutic Services: Speech Language Pathologist


Rock Therapeutic Services is looking for a Speech Language Pathologist to join our energetic and collaborative team!  RTS provides a casual and supportive atmosphere consisting of interns, CF's and veterans.  We provide services for a wide variety of diagnoses: artic, language, ASD, feeding/swallowing, socials skills, pragmatics, voice, fluency, etc.  RTS has an administrative staff which allows our therapists to focus on their caseload.


Bring your collaborative and strong organizational skills to our positive team-based work environment!


Salary: RTS offers competitive salary, medical/dental/vision, paid time off, and continuing education opportunities.



Candidates should possess a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology and WA State License (or ability to get one as soon as possible).  CF's are encouraged to apply.


You must be self-motivated, organized and a team player.

ESD 113-Speech Language Pathologist (Lewis County Special Education Cooperative- Adna, WA)


Depends on Qualifications


Lewis County Special Education 179 Dieckman Road Chehalis, WA

Job Type

Regular Full-time


Lewis County Special Education - Administration Building

Job Number





Required Attachments:
Cover Letter
3 Certificated Reference Forms and/or Letters
Valid Washington State Certificate

Position is located with the Lewis  County Special Education Cooperative (LCSEC) in Adna, WA.

LCSEC provides the highest quality special education services to rural districts in beautiful Western Washington.  Benefits of working with the LCSEC include:

  • Competitive Salary

  • Maintain work/life balance with our optional full-time, 4 day work weeks

  • Travel time and mileage reimbursement

  • Exceptional support staff

  • High retention rate

  • Family-like and supportive work environment

1.0 FTE Contract- 8.75 hours per day for 148 days per school year, but willing to be flexible with decreased hours per day and/or days per school year resulting in a less than 1.0 contract.

Eligible benefits for 8.75 hours per day, 148 days per school year include:  medical/dental insurance, retirement and sick leave.  Eligible benefits for a reduced schedule will be determined by the hours per day, days per year.

The job of Speech Language Pathologist is done for the purpose/s of identifying students with communication disabilities; planning and implementing appropriate treatment to minimize adverse impact on student success; recommending treatment plans; and providing direction to Communication Therapy Aides.

Examples of Duties

  • Administers standardized and/or supplemental assessments (e.g. hearing screenings, etc.) for the purpose of identifying students with communication disorders.

  • Assesses students' communication skills (e.g. articulation, fluency, voice, expressive and receptive language, etc.) for the purpose of identifying communication disorders, determining program eligibility and developing recommendations for treatment.

  • Collaborates with a variety of groups and/or individuals (e.g. parents, teachers, physicians, administration, maintenance personnel, team members, other professionals, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information, resolving issues and providing services in conformance with established guidelines.

  • Consults with teachers, parents, other personnel and/or outside professionals for the purpose of providing requested information, developing plans for services, making recommendations and/or coordinating speech/language therapy services with those of other disciplines.

  • Coordinates meetings and processes for eligible students (e.g. testing/screening, IEPs, parent conferences, pre-referral staffing, GQP meetings, etc.) for the purpose of presenting evaluation results, developing treatment plans, and/or providing training to parents/students/staff.

  • Designs therapeutic strategies for the purpose of modifying communicative behavior and/or identifying appropriate assistive devices.

  • Develops treatment plans, interventions and/or educational materials for the purpose of minimizing the adverse impact of communication disorders in conformance with state and federal regulations.

  • Directs the work of assigned Communication Therapy Aides for the purpose of providing guidance and ensuring that program objectives are achieved.

  • Instructs Communication Therapy Aides and other staff for the purpose of providing information on communicative disorders, use of assistive devices and feeding techniques and/or implementing prescribed treatment plans.

  • Instructs eligible students in the use of appropriate communication technologies (e.g. hearing aids, FM systems, augmentative communication devices, etc.) for the purpose of minimizing the adverse educational impact of communication disorders as per state and federal regulations.

  • Interprets medical reports within the scope of Speech/Language Pathologist's experience and goals for the purpose of providing information and/or ensuring that treatment/intervention plans are appropriate.

  • Maintains files and/or records (e.g. progress reports, activity logs, billing information, treatment plans, required documentation, quarterly reports, screening results, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the availability of information as required for reference and/or compliance.

  • Participates in meetings, workshops, and seminars (e.g. training, IEPs, team meetings, etc.) for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information.

  • Performs site visits at multiple work sites including home visits for the purpose of providing therapy and assistance as required.

  • Prepares a wide variety of written materials (e.g. activity logs, correspondence, memos, treatment plans, Medicaid billings, reports, required documentation, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference and/or conveying information.

  • Provides speech and language therapy to students for the purpose of minimizing the adverse impact of speech and language disorders on student success.

  • Researches resources and methods (e.g. intervention and treatment techniques, assessment tools and methods, community resources, etc.) for the purpose of determining the appropriate approach for addressing students' needs.

  • Responds to inquiries (e.g. parents, teachers, staff, students, etc.) for the purpose of providing information and/or referral as appropriate.

  • Transports supplies and equipment to a variety of sites for the purpose of ensuring the availability of items as needed.

  • Pursues professional development opportunities for the purpose of continued professional growth.

  • Integrates specialized field within the K-12 learning environment for the purpose of assisting students in achieving their learning goals set forth in the Individual Education Plans (IEP).

  • Designs and conducts specialized programs (e.g. prevention, instruction, remediation and evaluation, etc.) for the purpose of providing an effective program(s) that addresses individual student requirements.

  • Manages and organizes special materials, equipment and learning environment essential for specialized program(s) for the purpose of providing materials and/or equipment conducive for student achievement and ensuring a safe and healthy learning environment.

  • Offers specialized assistance to students, parents/guardians and other educational personnel for the purpose of identifying students needing a specialized program(s).

Typical Qualifications

  • Masters degree in job-related area.

  • Eligibility for state certification of ESA Communication Disorders Specialist

Supplemental Information

  • Valid driver's license & insurance coverage as required by law

  • Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance

  • WA State Sexual Misconduct Disclosure Release

Agency Public Schools Personnel Co-op

Address 6005 Tyee Drive SW

Tumwater, Washington, 98512

Phone 360-464-6855 




Statement of Benefits

Eligibility for benefits is based upon the number of hours worked or the percentage of the full-time contract. Benefits offered may include retirement, medical, dental, life, vision, and long-term disability, as applicable.

Upon hire, new employees are provided with a comprehensive orientation at which time the benefits are reviewed.

Agency Public Schools Personnel Co-op

Address 6005 Tyee Drive SW

Tumwater, Washington, 98512

Phone 360-464-6855 


Speech Language Pathologist

SALARY: $40,760.00 - $73,517.00 Annually

DIVISION: Student Learning and Support Services

DEPARTMENT: Center for Special Education Services

OPENING DATE: 05/30/19


The job of Speech Language Pathologist is done for the purpose of identifying students with

communication disabilities; assessing and diagnosing communication disorders; planning and

implementing appropriate treatment to minimize adverse impact on student success; recommending

treatment plans; and providing guidance and oversight to Communication Assistants.

There are multiple positions available, full and part-time, ranging from 2.5 - 5.0 days per

week for the 2019/2020 school year.


Assesses students' communication skills (e.g. articulation, fluency, voice, expressive and

receptive language, etc.) for the purpose of identifying communication disorders, determining

program eligibility, and developing recommendations for treatment.

Provides direct and indirect consultative therapy services to eligible children (e.g. treatment

plans, interventions, educational materials, etc.) for the purpose of minimizing the adverse

impact of communication disorders in compliance with established guidelines.

Administers standardized and/or supplemental assessments for the purpose of identifying

students with communication disorders.

Screens and evaluates referred children (e.g. administering tests, observations, reports, etc.) for

the purpose of providing for educational program recommendations.

Analyzes assessment data for the purpose of determining eligibility and designing intervention

strategies to minimize adverse impact on student success.

Participates as a member of the multi-disciplinary team and individualized education program

committee for the purpose of presenting evaluation results, developing treatment plans, and/or

providing training to parents, students, and staff.

Collaborates with a variety of groups and/or individuals (e.g. parents, teachers, administration,

team members, other professionals, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information,

resolving issues, and providing services in conformance with established guidelines.

Consults with teacher, parents, other personnel, and/or outside professionals for the purpose of

providing requested information, developing plans for services, making recommendations,

and/or facilitating improved performance in the classroom or at home.

Maintains manual and electronic files and/or records (e.g. progress reports, activity logs, billing

information, treatment plans, required documents, quarterly reports, screening results, etc.) for

the purpose of ensuring the availability of information as required for reference and/or


Participates in meetings, workshops, and seminars (e.g. training, IEPs, team meeting, etc.) for

the purpose of conveying and/or receiving information.

Prepares a wide variety of written materials (e.g. assessment data, correspondence, memos,

treatment plans, Medicaid billings, reports, required documentation, etc.) for the purpose of

documenting activities, providing written reference, and/or conveying information.

Presents at in-services and workshops for the purpose of providing information and/or training

to staff, parents, and other professionals.

Researches resources and methods (e.g. intervention and treatment techniques, assessment

tools and methods, community resources, communication disorders, etc.) for the purpose of

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determining the appropriate approach for addressing students' needs.

Responds to inquiries from parents, teachers, staff, students, etc. for the purpose of providing

information, recommendations, and/or referrals as appropriate.

Transports supplies and equipment to a variety of sites for the purpose of ensuring the

availability of items as needed.

Assists other personnel as may be required for the purpose of ensuring an efficient and effective

work environment.


SKILLS are required to perform multiple, technical tasks with a need to occasionally upgrade skills in

order to meet changing job conditions. Specific skills required to satisfactorily perform the

functions of the job include: applying assessment instruments, operating specialized equipment

used in the treatment of communication disorders, operating standard office equipment using pertinent

software applications, and preparing and maintaining accurate records.

KNOWLEDGE is required to perform basic math, including calculations using fractions, percentages,

and/or ratios, review and interpret highly technical information, write technical materials, speak

persuasively to implement desired actions, and analyze situations to define issues and draw

conclusions. Specific knowledge required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job

includes: anatomy and physiology of speech mechanisms and disorders, principles and practices of

speech and language therapy, and pertinent codes, policies, regulations, and/or laws.

ABILITY is required to schedule a number of activities, meetings, and/or events, gather, collate, and/or

classify data, and use job-related equipment. Flexibility is required to work with others in a wide

variety of circumstances, analyze data utilizing defined but different processes, and operate equipment

using a variety of standardized methods. Ability is also required to work with a diversity of individuals

and/or groups and work with a variety of data. In working with others, problem solving is required to

analyze issues and create action plans. Problem solving with data frequently requires independent

interpretation of guidelines. Specific abilities required to satisfactorily perform the functions of

the job include: adhering to the ethical standards and codes of the profession and to the established

rules, regulations, and laws governing communication disorders programs, adapting to changing work

priorities, communicating with diverse groups, utilizing specialized equipment in communication

disorders, maintaining confidentiality, meeting deadlines and schedules, working as part of a team,

working with detailed information/data, maintaining effective working relationships, translating therapy

data into meaningful educational activities, and willingness to travel to remote work locations.


Responsibilities include: working independently under broad organizational guidelines to achieve unit

objectives; leading, guiding, and/or coordinating others; and operating within a defined budget.

Utilization of some resources from other work units is often required to perform the job's functions.

There is some opportunity to significantly impact the organization's services.

Working Environment

The usual and customary methods of performing the job's functions require the following physical

demands: significant lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; some stooping, kneeling, crouching,

and/or crawling; and significant fine finger dexterity. Generally the job requires 40% sitting, 40%

walking, and 20% standing. The job is performed under minimal temperature variations and some

hazardous conditions.


Job related experience within specialized field is required.


Bachelor's/ master's degree in job related area.

Certificates & Licenses

Valid Washington State ES A credential w/ appropriate endorsement(s).

Valid driver's license, required auto insurance, and reliable personal transportation.


WSP/FBI criminal history background clearance (at employee's expense).

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4202 South Regal Street

Spokane, WA 99223



Position #1900010



Speech Language Pathologist Supplemental Questionnaire

* 1. Please indicate how many days per week/FTE you would like to work.

* Required Question

Pediatric THERAPIST – Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center Redmond

About Us

Founded in 1976, Little Bit is a non-profit organization leading the way in the field of equine assisted activities and therapies. Ours is one of the largest programs of its kind in the United States. We serve 230 riders and patients each week with 22 horses and the help of more than 350 volunteers. Our mission is to improve the lives, bodies, and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted activities and therapies, and to be an inspiration and educational resource to the therapeutic riding profession both regionally and nationally.

Our Facilities

In 2013, Little Bit relocated to Dunmire Stables, a 17-acre site in Redmond, including two treatment rooms, six buildings, two covered arenas, one outdoor arena, 40 paddocks, a ¼ mile racetrack, wetlands, rain garden, detention pond and two creeks.

About the position

The therapist is responsible for direct treatment of patients, with a wide range of diagnoses. This person will be responsible for the evaluation of the patient and the implementation of the therapy treatment plan utilizing equine movement as a treatment tool. The therapist will also be responsible for appropriate communication (verbal & written) with family members, volunteers and staff members. The therapist will operate under minimal supervision with considerable latitude for independent judgment and actions in assigned therapy treatment and patient matters. May make suggestions and recommendations to other staff and clients within the scope of this position.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

·         Evaluate potential therapy patients as needed.

·         Determine treatment plan including long and short-term goals for all patients on caseload.

·         Work in collaboration with family.

·         Use appropriate communication (verbal & written) with family members and other service providers.

·         Maintain up to date charts for all patients.  Each patients chart must contain the following signed and dated documents:

o   Initial evaluation report and appropriate re-evaluation reports

o   Daily treatment progress notes

o   Authorization to arrange medical care and release of medical records

o   General liability and photo release

o   Discharge summary

·         Implement treatment plan.

·         Re-evaluate patients every 12 months, or on an as-needed basis to review treatment plan and goals.

·         Write progress reports for patients as required by physicians, insurance companies, parents, etc.

·         Collaborate with Adaptive Riding Instructors, or other recreational staff to establish a transition plan for any patients participating in these recreational programs upon discharge from the therapy program.

·         Respond to problems, complaints, and suggestions of volunteers and/or horse handlers.

·         Communicate scheduling needs to the Therapy Services Director (horses, horse handlers, equipment and/or patient, volunteers).

·         Fulfill the role of clinical instructor when students attend for clinical affiliation, if appropriate.

·         Participate in fundraisers, demonstrations and special events.

·         Ensure that Little Bit is provided with documentation to support current legal status as a practicing Therapist in this state.

·         Other duties as assigned.


Basic Qualifications

1.      Education/License:  Current license in Washington State as a Speech Language Pathologist.

2.      Experience:

·         Completed or planned continuing education of two approved American Hippotherapy Association courses.

·         Knowledgeable of the standards and requirements of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship, Int.  accredited program.

3.      Ability to demonstrate:

·         Competency in the provisions of therapist’s discipline's services in accordance with specific standards of practice.

·         A thorough understanding of the principles and practice of hippotherapy.

·         Advocacy for hippotherapy and Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center.

4.      Must foster teamwork with professional behavior at all times.

 ·         US citizen or valid resident/ work permit.

Essential Functions

• Lift and carry 50 lbs

• Assist patients weighing up to 190 lbs. with mounts and dismounts

•Walk 5-8 miles per day over uneven surfaces

• Work with arms at shoulder level for up to 30 min 6x/day

• Kneel on floor up to 30 min 6x/day

• Must be physically fit with quick reflexes and high level of alertness at all times during treatments involving horses.

• Perform office work at computer sitting for up to three hours

Job Description

This is a part time position 2-4 days a week.  No benefits offered at this time.

To Apply

Please submit your resume’ and a cover letter as a single email to:

Speech-Language Pathologist INSPIRE THE FUTURE

K12 is a dynamic company on a mission to provide the most compelling, comprehensive, and effective K-12 education available. Our employees are a critical part of an organization that is providing powerful, new options for the way children can be educated. They have a passion for education and a drive to make a difference.

The mission of WAVA is to provide an exemplary individualized and engaging educational experience for students by incorporating school and community/family partnerships coupled with a rigorous curriculum along with a data-driven and student-centered instructional model. Student success will be measured by valid and reliable assessment data, parent and student satisfaction, and continued institutional growth within the academic community. Join us!

The Speech-Language Pathologist assesses, diagnoses, treats and helps to prevent communication and swallowing disorder in children experiencing communication problems that affect classroom activities, social interaction, literacy and learning.

Essential Functions:   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

·         Screens, evaluates, and provides speech-language therapy for students with identified speech-language impairments; Documents student performance;

·         Provide support to student support team (SST)/response to intervention (RTI) processes;

·         Provides case management of speech-only caseload;

·         Monitors compliance for speech-only case managers;

·         Monitors compliance with regulations;

·         Instructs students/families in the use of appropriate communication technologies (specifically alternative augmentative communication devices) for the purpose of minimizing the adverse educational impact of communication disorders and improving student success in the classroom;


 This position has no formal supervisory responsibilities.

OTHER Duties & Responsibilities:  The below statements are intended to describe the general nature and scope of work being performed by this position.  This is not a complete listing of all responsibilities and/or duties required; other duties may be assigned. 

·         Maintains files and/or records, e.g. progress reports, activity logs, treatment plans, reports, etc. for the purpose of ensuring the availability of information as required for reference and/or compliance;

·         Participates in meetings, workshops, and seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information.


Minimum Required Qualifications: 

·         Master's degree in speech language pathology AND

·         Three (3) years of speech/language work experience OR

·         Equivalent combination of education and experience


Certificates and Licenses: Speech-Language Pathology license


·         Highly knowledgeable about Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) due process requirements

·         Thorough knowledge and skill in conducting/interpreting comprehensive speech-language evaluations

·         Thorough knowledge and skill in providing speech-language therapy services

·         Ability to work collaboratively with other staff members to plan and deliver speech-language services to children

·         Ability to create and deliver staff development

·         Exceptionally strong verbal and written communication skills

·         Strong organizational and time management skills

·         Computer Software:  Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Web proficiency.

·         Ability to travel 20of time for meetings, professional development, etc.

·         Ability  to pass background check requirements


dESIRED Qualifications: 

·         Knowledge/experience with virtual classrooms


Work Environment:  The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

·         This is a home-based position


K12 is a Federal Contractor, an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.



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Contact: Jill Arnzen, Sr. Recruiter



Pediatric Speech Therapist or Clinical Fellow

Program: Children’s Developmental Services

Locations: Tacoma (TCC Campus)

Reporting Relationship: SLP Lead

Director Reports: N/A

FSLA: Professional Exempt

FTE: 1.0

Salary: $60,000 - $74,800 DOE

Position Summary

HopeSparks culture creates a healthy work environment that fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and a supportive and professional atmosphere for all team members.  This is an excellent opportunity to be an effective change agent in the healing process of children and families and be a part of a unique team of compassionate individuals.

Our ideal candidate will truly care about helping children and their parents overcome challenges. We seek someone who will provide quality physical therapy for infants and toddlers with special needs as well as training and support for their families and caregivers. It is important that this candidate applies knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate care to the age-related needs of our clients. This outpatient position requires flexibility and transportation.


Essential Duties & Responsibilities

• Provide services in families’ homes

• Provide services in childcare facilities

• Provide services in a variety of community settings throughout Pierce County

• Meet regularly with parents and caregivers

• Provide developmentally appropriate educational and therapeutic intervention

• Work directly with the child’s Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)

• Coordinate closely with the child’s Family Resources Coordinator

• Coordinate with Early Intervention team

• Coordinate with any additional community medical and therapeutic professionals


Team Culture & Branding

• Contribute to support a positive agency and team culture

• Support positive interactions with colleagues

• Attend agency trainings and all Team meetings



Minimum Qualifications

• Master's in Speech Therapy with Washington State license required

• Excellent organizational and time management skills

• Ability to work independently

• Imagination and creativity

• Bi-lingual Spanish speaking a plus

• Must possess a positive attitude and friendly manner with strong verbal and written communication


• Ability to work collaboratively with parents, caregivers, and professionals.

• Intermediate level of computer skills: application knowledge in Word, Excel, and Google Calendar,

  docs, and email  

• First Aid, CPR, and BBP certification


Work Schedule 

To be determined; we have flexible work hours with the ability to set your own schedule if desired.  A candidate must be somewhat flexible to accommodate the client’s schedule. 

Background Clearance

Any position offer will be contingent upon the results of a background investigation conducted by DSHS. A negative finding may disqualify an applicant from employment consideration.



HopeSparks offers full benefits to all team members working 30 or more hours per week.  Benefits include: medical, dental, vision, HSA, Life, Long Term Disability, 403b retirement. 9 paid holidays and generous PTO accrual.  Soft Benefits: Mentorship, interdisciplinary collaboration, professional development opportunities, closure weeks (additional time off), flexible hours/schedule, continuing educations funds available.


Application Process:  Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to Juanita Kean, HR Director New graduates are encouraged to apply! 


HopeSparks is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any persons on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or status as a veteran. 




Salary: $48,430.00 - $76,611.00

Location: Goldendale School District/Centerville School District/Roosevelt School District

Job Type: Full Time, School Year Schedule




General Responsibilities

Reporting directly to a Special Education Administrator the Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) provides speech and language services in the areas of student assessment, augmentative alternative communication devices, direct therapy, training and consultation to staff and families to support students to function to their highest possible level within the educational system. The Speech Language Pathologist participates as a member of an education team in the assessment and program evaluation for students.  The SLP serves as a liaison with medical and community service providers on behalf of children with disabilities and their families.
We are recruiting for a Speech Language Pathologist to serve the Goldendale, Centerville and Roosevelt school districts for the 2019-2020 school year. This position is full time, 184 day contract, school year schedule. 


Essential Functions/Other Functions

Essential Functions:

1.    Inform principals, teachers and other school personnel of speech, language and/or hearing services.

2.    Organize and conduct an identification program for communication disorders by utilizing screening criteria, materials, procedures and record-keeping strategies.

3.    Select and employ diagnostic procedures and develop guidelines for a comprehensive remediation program.

4.    Establish criteria for caseload selection and dismissal.

5.    Select and implement therapy strategies for modifying communicative behavior of each student with a speech, language and/or hearing disorder.

6.    Maintain a system to record all identification and evaluative data and continuous student performance information.

7.    Identify and define factors which determine the effectiveness of therapy. Redefine goals and modify therapy strategies consistent with the individual education plan (IEP) or the individual family service plan (IFSP).

8.    Consult with parents, educators and other professionals regarding needs of children/students to assure appropriate learning experiences.

9.    Complete all required reports and records for compliance within statutory guidelines.

10. Provide technical assistance to communication technicians and assistants.

Other Functions:

1.    Other duties as assigned.

Minimum/Preferred Qualifications & Skills

Minimum Qualifications:

1.    Hold or eligible to hold a Washington ESA speech language pathologist certificate.

2.    Completed all requirements for a master's degree with a major in speech pathology  (except  special project or thesis).

3.    Experience working with children with articulation and language disabilities.

4.    Experience in the identification, assessment, programming and evaluation of children with language disabilities.

Preferred Qualifications:

1.    Master's degree in speech or speech pathology.

2.    Experience in P-12 education.

3.    Experience working with Washington state and federal laws relating to children with disabilities.

Working Conditions/Employment Requirements

Working Conditions:

1.     Travel within ESD 112 Special Education ESA service region.

2.     May be assigned to more than one school building/district.

Employment Requirements:

1.    Successful completion of a criminal history fingerprint check through Washington State Patrol and FBI.

Educational Service District 112 is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Speech / Language Pathologist - Pierce County


A Step Ahead is recruiting a fun-loving Speech and Language Pathologist to join our growing team of early intervention providers. Work with infants and toddlers and their caregivers in the home environment to improve speech, language, and feeding skills. Service the Bethel, Franklin Pierce, Puyallup, Orting Eatonville & Tacoma School Districts, we offer a flexible and positive working environment, where you'll be part of a dynamic, committed multidisciplinary staff. Duties include: Assessment and evaluation, development of treatment plans and home programs, assisting in the development of Individual Family Service Plans, participation in multidisciplinary planning and teams.

Minimum Requirements

  • Prefer ASHA certification, but will consider a Clinical Fellow for the right candidate

  • Experience with children under the age of 5 and a wide range of diagnoses including: Autism, genetic disorders, medically fragile, and motor-speech disorders, strongly preferred

Personal Attributes Needed Include:

  • Flexibility

  • Good Time Management & Organizational Skills

  • Fun-Loving

  • Enjoys working with parents and children

Details & Benefits: This is a full-time, salaried position that includes: Paid holiday, vacation & personal leave. Medical, Dental & Life Insurance. Cell Phone Allowance. Mileage Reimbursement. Part-Time position would be considered for the right candidate.

To learn more about A Step Ahead browse our website or call 253.471.2727. To apply, please send your resume & cover letter to

Pediatric Speech & Language Pathologist, SLP Bellevue, WA

Full Description: Looking for flexible hours, a friendly professional work environment, and competitive pay? Come join SmallTalk's team of SLPs! We are looking for a qualified speech-language pathologist for part-time employment. At our pediatric speech therapy practice located in Bellevue, Washington, we see preschool and school-aged children with a variety of diagnoses including: articulation/phonological disorders, language-based learning disorders, motor speech disorders, auditory processing disorder (APD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), literacy and pre-literacy issues, and general developmental delays. Your job responsibilities would include treatment and assessment of speech-language delays/disorders, detailed report writing, multi-cultural competence, and an ability to communicate effectively with parents and associated professionals. Required credentials include: a master’s degree, certificate of clinical competence, and a valid WA state license. One year of experience is preferred. Come help us make a difference in the lives of the children and families we see
Position Skills/Qualifications Required: 
How to Apply: Please email resume to

Speech Language Pathologist Buckley, WA

Job Title: Speech Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
City & State: Buckley, Washington

Full Description: The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services is seeking a Speech Language Pathologist to join our team at Rainier Residential Habilitation Center in Buckley, Washington. You'll enjoy work where you can make an impact in providing care to individuals with intellectual disabilities. Through collaboration with other team members and development of communication-based services, you'll support our client's communication modalities and needs.

Some of what you'll do:
•Develop and implement Speech Pathology services •Develop formal communication programs/interventions to address identified communication needs
•Provide written evaluations for an intellectually disabled population with multiple disabilities as they pertain to speech-language and hearing
•Work within an interdisciplinary team and develop programs that support identified priorities
•Provide in-service training to staff
•Design and construct adaptive equipment for communication
•Create communication displays using graphic software, such as Boardmaker

We are looking for someone with:
•A Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology or Communicative Disorders or documentation of American Speech-Language Hearing Association approved equivalent to the Master's degree consisting of approved curriculum and student practicum hours
•A Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association
•A current Washington State Speech Pathologist License Desired:
•Expertise in utilizing adaptive communication devices and applications for clients with intellectual disabilities
•Ability to teach and train staff
•Ability to provide dysphagia services
•Ability to deal with clients who have combative behaviors 

Position Skills/Qualifications Required: 
How to Apply: Send your resume with contact information to Anthony Distefano by email to: If you have questions regarding the application process contact Anthony Distefano or call 360-725-5825.


Contact Information:
Contact Name: Anthony Distefano

Speech-Language Pathologist Maple Valley, WA

Job Title: Speech-Language Pathologist
Organization Name: Rock Therapeutic Services
City & State: Maple Valley, WA


Full Description: Rock Therapeutic Services is looking for a Speech Language Pathologist to join our energetic team! RTS provides a casual, collaborative, and supportive atmosphere. RTS is a primarily pediatric clinic with a family/client-oriented approach. We provide services for a wide variety of diagnoses: artic, language, ASD, feeding/swallowing, socials skills, pragmatics, voice, fluency, etc. Our office has an administrative staff to handle billing and scheduling which enables our therapists to focus on helping their clients. We offer competitive salary, medical/dental/vision, paid time off, and continuing education opportunities.

How to Apply: Email CV and Resume to:

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist Bellevue, WA

Job Title: Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist
Organization Name: MOSAIC Children’s Therapy Clinic 
City & State: Bellevue, WA

Full Description: Come join our team…. Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist wanted to join a dynamic, energetic multi-disciplinary staff. MOSAIC Children’s Therapy Clinic is a family-oriented outpatient pediatric clinic in Bellevue. We provide speech, occupational and physical therapy, social skills and play skills groups for children, birth to adolescence.

MOSAIC is a therapist owned and operated clinic and focused on creating a difference in the lives of those we serve. Our diverse caseload offers an excellent opportunity for a variety of treatment approaches. Our friendly, dedicated and supportive staff creates a positive, flexible and team-based work environment.

We offer a highly competitive benefit package including competitive salaries, excellent benefits, 401K retirement plan, paid time off and professional development opportunities. 

Position Skills/Qualifications Required: Current active Washington state professional license and at least 1 year pediatric experience. Strong CF will be considered. We have full and part-time positions available at Bellevue including a part-time SLPA position. Position may require a Saturday schedule.
How to Apply:

Licensed Speech Language Pathologist Yelm, WA

Job Title: Licensed Speech Language Pathologist 
Organization Name: Ardor Health Solutions
City & State: Yelm, Washington

Full Description: Ardor Health Solutions has partnered with a local school district in the Yelm, WA area to facilitate immediate interviews for Licensed Speech Language Pathologist (SLP). This is a full-time assignment and the hired SLP will be working a Monday-Friday schedule with 37.5 hours guaranteed per week. There will be a quick interview and offer process. This school is a long-time client of Ardor Health Solutions. SLP would be working with primarily high school students and some Elementary Special Program Students. The SLP will have a full caseload of 59 students. This is for a ASAP start through 6/21/19 (22 weeks).There are 37.5 hours guaranteed per week.The SLP will not be the primary case manager on most of the students.There will we some direct therapy and some consultation only. 

How to Apply: Please send your resume and information to and include the Job ID 216905.